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What is mind?

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Bethany Evans on December 7, 2019

In the materialistic world, Mind is the most neglected part of our body, as it is invisible to others. Our knowledge of mind is completely distorted. The mind is a buffer and filter interposed between our sensations and movements. Therefore, the mind minimizes our movements, even when there are chaotic changes in the real world. The abstract mind: Religion, science, and lay people believe that the mind is abstract. The reason for this is that in both the religion and the science of the mind is ignored. Science recognizes only Instinctive thought, or thought without thinking, and religion recognizes only virtual, the thought or the thought of using god. This makes the mind very mysterious to us. The mind, structurally: From the dawn of civilization mind is associated with each of the structures of our body such as the heart, liver, intestine, etc, science is associated with the brain. However, there are basic differences between the two. we can feel and control our mind, but not we can feel and control our brain. The brain is the most enigmatic structure in the universe, but the thought is very simple. The only structure that has properties exactly the same as that of the mind system is the skeletal muscle. The system Skeletal Muscle: All the skeletal muscles of our body can Isometrically contract and relax (Harden and soften) as a single unit called Unified Skeletal Muscle (USM), popularly known as the mind. The body is the Isotonic component of our muscular system Skeletal and therefore, ulike the mind, brings about movements. Therefore, the mind and the body are intimately related. The USM is basically a different entity and operates independently. However, when you omit the USM becomes a part of our body. Therefore, USM is common to both the body and the mind. I, I and Attitudes: When the tone of the USM is 50%, this is referred to as 'I' When it is 0%, that is called positive attitude and when 100% as a negative attitude. The tones closer to the attitudes that constitute the self. 'I' is voluntary and Self and Attitudes are involuntary. However, in reality We cannot allow our tone to vary from 0% to 100% and the use of a small spectrum of portio around 50%. From the 'I' is found in our USM, which is common to our body and our mind, is used to refer to both our body and mind. Therefore, we say 'I believe' and 'do'. Isometric movements (movements that just give us a sense of movement, but never results in actual movements), emotions, feelings, consciousness, sense of time, god, I, I, thought, etc., are properties of the USM. Therefore, we can feel all these entities, and even the control of them. However, since then, the skeletal muscles can be involuntary all of these can work on their own also. The mind and thought: The most important function of the mind is the thought. In thiking we use the memories of the feelings and biological sensations as sensations. We use Isometric movements instead of isotonic or real world movements. Emotions act as our guide and enables us to know what emotions would be produced by the interaction between sensory changes, feelings and movements and isometric. It can also be used to know what changes in the sensations and/ or movements to produce the desired emotion. Parts of the mind: the mind is conventionally divided into the conscious mind and the subconscious mind. In reality, however, is 7+ 1 of mind. The seven minds: they are, 1. Dream 2. Illusory mind 3. Voluntary mind 4. Semi voluntary/ Natural/ Default mind 5. Involuntary mind 6. State of alteration of the mind 7. Compulsive mind Normally, the best mind for a purpose is automatically selected and therefore, we believe that there is only one mind. The eighth is the Instinctual mind of the mind over which we have no direct control. The upper three and one-half of the minds are the conscious mind and the lowe's of the three and a half, the subconscious mind. Thus, anatomically the conscious mind corresonds to the below navel part of the USM and the subconscious mind to above the navel part. The Control of the mind: the mind can work on its own. If it is not working properly we can service the mind by the separation and the restoration of the seven minds. Since the mind is made of muscular system skeletal we can do this through isometric exercises.

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