The state, at any given time, of the faculties of thinking, willing, choosing, and the like; psychical activity or state;
The element, or complex of elements, in an individual, that feels, perceives, thinks, wills and reasons; the organized conscious, subconscious and unconscious adaptive mental activity of an organism. Believed by some to be nothing more than a product of the brainâ€™s electro-chemical activity; believed by others to have viability independent of the brain. Similar to, but more closely associated with the brain than is either spirit or soul. In the text, " mind" generally refers to the " mind/spirit/soul" complex. See text, Chapter 1. See also, "brain," " consciousness," "soul" and "spirit."
mind: mental faculty given to us by God to fulfill our purpose as co-creator with God; cause of all feelings, emotions, behavior, and what one attracts or repels in their life. God has given us an aspect of His Mind in the form of our Superconscious Mind; our Superconscious Mind is the Mind of God inside of us; ideally the subconscious mind is subservient to the conscious mind, and the conscious mind is subservient to the Superconscious Mind = this is a prerequisite to achieving Self & God Realization
1. Discriminating faculty constantly evaluating, judging and reasoning. 2. Awareness whose basic nature is empty, neither pure nor impure. 3. Seat of the senses, which must be controlled and mastered to attain enlightenment.
that part of the soul where a person thinks and reasons; one becomes what he thinks he is (Proverbs 23:7).
In epistemology, the conscious knowing subject or the conscious knowing part of the subject.
In the western world mind typically equates with mental activity, the activity of the mind in the process of thought or in its power of reasoning. Traditionally, however, mind has signified not the activity of mind as such, but instead for consciousness itself, the "field" in which mental activity takes place. Interestingly, human beings can be "conscious" of the processes of thought. We can observe themselves thinking. It is this "conscious observation" which constitutes mind or the field of consciousness.
The capabilities of the organised conscious and unconscious mental processes of an organism that result in reasoning, thinking, perceiving, etc. the part of a person responsible for thought, feeling, intention, etc.
that which is responsible for one's thoughts and feelings; the seat of the faculty of reason; "his mind wandered"; "I couldn't get his words out of my head"
a conscious or thinking being
a conscious, thinking entity, i
a difficult thing to change" essay, I've been thinking about my own bitterness, sense of betrayal (particularly by the press), and attempts at finding the truth
an endless supply of space to store information, thoughts, ideas, fantasies, anything
an expression of this spirit
a term most usually utilized to describe the higher functions of the human brain, particularly those of which man come subjectively conscious, like personality , thought, reason, memory , intelligence and emotion
a term virtually all unremarkably utilized to describe the higher functions of the human brain, particularly those of which human being come subjectively conscious, like personality , thought, reason, memory , intelligence and emotion
a terrible think to waste Oops
That which knows, perceives, understands, thinks, imagines, conceives, reasons, and wills. To a materialist, mind is either synonymous with brain, or is produced by brain. To a critical realist, mind is an immaterial entity or substance with personal consciousness.
In Cartesian dualism, the conscious thinking mind is distinct from the material body; the mind is non-material. Materialists derive the mind from the physical activity of the brain. Depth psychologists point out that the conscious mind is associated with a much broader or deeper mental system, the unconscious mind. In the view of Jung, the unconscious mind is not merely individual but collective. On the hypothesis of formative causation, mental activity, conscious and unconscious, takes place within and through mental fields, which like other kinds of morphic fields contain a kind of in-built memory.
The neocortex, or primate brain. Thinks in thoughts, experiences itself in the head.
Action of the spiritual soul on the brain. We have a conscious mind, a subconscious mind and a supra conscious mind.
The intelligent faculty, the inner person; often used synonymously with "heart." There are two Greek words for mind: (1) nous, the mind which is separated from the sensible world and the passions (Rom. 8:7; 12:2); and (2) dianoia, the intellect (Matt. 22:37).
(capitalized) Consciousness; Presence; the only power or thought force; Law; the source and condition of all existence; Synonymous with Life, Truth, Love, Principle, Soul, Spirit. These synonyms for what has been termed God are essential in understanding the science of Metaphysical Science. Mind revealing itsef as form, outline, beauty, is the creation as revelation beheld in the language of the five-senses.
The Arcanum of thoughts and dreams, capable of reading thoughts and controlling thoughts and emotions.
"A part of the person that knows and thinks and feels and wishes and chooses," the World Book Dictionary says. It is a running record of a person's past, almost like a movie.
is where every act, thought and feeling begins. We meet God in mind. There is no separation between God mind and our mind, because we are one with the God mind.
Conscious bridge between Spirit and Matter, between the Higher Self and Lower Self.
The container of the contents of consciousness, what we call the results of our processes of perception, thinking, and feeling. The mind is the manifestation of consciousness.
That which thinks, reasons, perceives, wills, and feels. The mind now appears in no way separate from the brain. In neuroscience, there is no duality between the mind and body. They are one.
A focusing faculty used by human intelligence so that it may attune itself to the brain.
Def.:"That which is clear and knowing", mindstream. Non-physical phenomena which perceives, thinks, recognises, experiences and emotionally reacts to the environment. 1. Mental faculties (Tib.: thugs) 2. Ways of being conscious, conscious phenomena (Tib.: shes.pa).
knowledge: the activating agent of spirit, to which it is roughly equivalent, supplying its creative energy. perception: the agent of choice; we are free to believe that our minds can be separated or split off from the Mind of God (wrong-mindedness), or that they can be returned to it (right-mindedness); thus, the split mind can be understood as having three parts: the wrong mind, the right mind, and the part of the mind (decision maker) that chooses between them; not to be confused with the brain, which is a physical organ and thus an aspect of our bodily self. see: Mind of God
In Iain M. Banks' Culture novels most larger starships, some planets and all orbitals have their own Minds: self-conscious, hyperintelligent machines originally built by humanoid species which have evolved, redesigned themselves, and become many times smarter than their creators.
MIND (Moving In New Directions) (est. 1975) is an alternative education high school in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Its reputation stems from its community-based programs and its composition of students who feel that they are "unusual" (punk, goth, etc), could not fit into regular school environments, and are acceptant of others regardless of thinking habits, personal beliefs or physical makeup. MIND is also unique in having the only male school secretary in Montreal.