Another proof for existence of mind

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Another proof for existence of mind

Postby bahman » Wed Feb 06, 2019 7:16 pm

We know that the behavior of matter can be described in term of symbolic formulas, let's call this the instruction (so called laws of nature). How matter behave according to this instruction? The instruction is either objective or subjective. We face with an infinite regress if the instruction is objective. Otherwise there should be a mind with ability to experience (experience the instruction for example).
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Re: Another proof for existence of mind

Postby Exuberant Teleportation » Fri Feb 08, 2019 6:03 pm

1 of the great existential miracles is how we can even perceive stimuli to begin with? Why did the 1st lights shine?

I've wondered if there's some kind of white space that's always moving, and if you fissure it, it could spout a whole spectrum of colors. And as deep and wide as the ocean itself, there could be chaos, just turning, pouring, releasing, and venting fumes like a muddy staircase from adventure in every corner and whole as you come back inside.

And then there's the power of black, seeking to bring everything back into the void, to eclipse it, to remove our worldly story, and take away all of our illustrious characters. Why are we battling such a super sized demon? Why are the forces beyond our control.

There must be some kind of alien overhead mind that could be contacted, healing our afflictions, and granting a higher path towards the great mystery.

The mind, in its most pure form seems to be the Force itself, what breathes life into all of the bubbles, initiates and detects greater oceans above the lower stratifications that we by default identify.
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