Category Archives: Elements of Coping

Beyond Self? (Cont’d from most recent posting).

Following the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth and according to Christian teaching, “the Christ”···, belief in the resurrection of the dead became the great proclamation and witness of the Christian Church and the principal doctrine concerning “life after … Continue reading

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Beyond self? (Cont’d from previous blog).

By now we have surely witnessed and are hopefully in agreement concerning the point that by any functional definition, brain and body are as inseparable, as (in its day) was – say – the world famous Concorde from its Rolls-Royce … Continue reading

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The Make-up of Mind: The Conscious and Unconscious mind: The “Self”. (Cont’d from previous blog).

In my writings to date on the “The Makeup of Mind”, I have revisited and reviewed behaviour and feelings emanating from well known and in some cases well-defined areas and activities within the brain e.g. the limbic system. On the … Continue reading

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The Make-up of Mind: The Conscious and Unconscious mind. (Cont’d from previous blog).

When I attempt to, let us say, play the piano/trumpet or whatever, knowledge derived initially when a child – say, about the key of D major or concerning chromatic scales etc. – is as available to me today as ever … Continue reading

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The Make-up of Mind: The Conscious and Unconscious mind. (Cont’d from previous blog).

Quite apart from what I have written in the final paragraph of my most recent posting, I have left this blog concerning the conscious and unconscious mind until now in “the makeup of mind” for reasons which should also be … Continue reading

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