Ram Ramanthan

Should we be aiming for the Buddhist concept of ‘no mind’?

To coaches used to the concept of mindfulness, the above title may sound blasphemous. To the rational mind, mindlessness denotes an unintelligent state, perhaps that of an idiot. Mindfulness, on the other hand, represents an esoteric state of the present, of the fully aware savant, thought by many to be derived from effective Buddhist meditative practices. Placing a raisin in the mouth and savouring it as an experience,...

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