Book: On Being the Being - An analysis on the establishment of Being and the non-existent self by David Sutherlandcategories: Book, Life, Reality, Spirituality, Life, Religion, Philosophy
David Sutherlandabout this book: An analysis of Being and the non-existent self. Why do we exist, what are we and why does it matter?
As creatures of reason and logic it seems unreasonable to state that every thought, desire and event in the universe has a direct association with you. The reason this seems unfathomable is that we are attempting to understand this from an external or ego centered perspective. If we take a brief look at what is happening inside our own physical bodies, we see millions of chemical activities occurring simultaneously and effortlessly. A negative reaction to the statement that you have created everything in your world; body, mind, personality, dreams and shortcomings explains the fact that you see your conscious mind as a sole power broker. Ironically, whether you believe you have self created this individual called you or not, you would be right in both cases. You the conscious thinker or ego has not,
but the larger 'you' the intuitive mind within has.
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