18 Nov 2010
In this session Alan gives a short explanation on the modern neurocentric view which sustains that mental events are either equal to the brain, emergent properties of the brain or mere functions of it. He encourages us to observe mental events with an empiric–centric view, a spirit of inquiry and first person experience. We then meditated on settling the mind in its natural state with a special emphasis on observing carefully the space from which mental events arise, take place and dissolve back.
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