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    the Basics 1.2

      Ren√© Descartes had said- “Cogito ergo sum” – “I think, therefore I exist”. That lead the western man to believe that his mind resides ‘inside’ his body. He equated himself with a concept of an isolated ego, his mind that now has an additional function of controlling his body. This lead to the basis of classical physics, no doubt, and it led to the differentiation of mind and body. Cartesian Dualism created an unnecessary conflict between involuntary instincts and conscious will. Understand yourself, for a moment. You are further¬†separated into compartments, all at conflict with each other. Your feelings, beliefs, activities, experiences leading to a metaphysical frustration. Think about…

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    13 and yet no sense

    Yes sir. You read that right. And this book is one of the most interesting out there. I’ll just put up a very brief idea here. Because, sir, we live in a world of paradigms waiting to be shifted. We live in a world full of hardened beliefs waiting to be changed. Better start opening up minds now. The most exciting phrase to hear in science, the one that heralds the most discoveries, is not “Eureka!,” but “That’s funny…” -Isaac Asimov cheers