Wave-Mechanics by Sommerfeld A.

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The dreaming mind creates not only the scenery and people in the dream but also a sense of personal subjectivity. There is no real person or self there, as the self is just a projection of the mind. Likewise the person you think you are in waking life is also a projection of mind and is not real, no more than Santa Claus or the Easter Bunny. Both of these fictional characters take on great life in the minds of children. But no matter how deeply and sincerely a child believes in Santa Claus, it will never make this fictional character real.

We can also notice that quality of changeless observing when regard­ ing thoughts of the future. Awareness is always in this current moment; there is no other option. ” Within our embodied existence, we have five senses. What we don’t recognize is the nature of those five senses. 22 The N a tu ra l Bliss o f Being The experience of the five senses is always free from our con­ ditioning, thoughts, and stories. Direct perceptual experience, which always precedes our thoughts and labeling regarding those perceptions, is itself pure and innocent of description.

As the Buddha pointed out correctly two thousand five hun­ dred years ago, what we are is the result of our thoughts. Some have said we are the result of our experiences, but I would add that we are the result of what we think about our experiences. So that means that how we are feeling, our current emotional state, is dictated by our thoughts. If that’s true, then we need to find this out for ourselves. The best way to do that is to examine the nature of our thoughts. So that we are able to remain “on the same page” regarding the topic of thoughts, I suggest that we engage in the brief exercises that follow.

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