Hello, My Parent Friends of the Web!
Here is a touch of wisdom... to make a difference in the tapestry of life.
The brain is the sum of its neuronal parts and their relationships.
The brain is the thinking machine called mind - as thought.
The brain - the network of neurons - is the material framework of consciousness analogous to a computer's hardware.
The dimension of consciousness that harbors memories and emotions - the ego - is analogous to the computer's software that controls the machine called brain.
The brain exists in a body.
The body exists in a world.
The world exists as an organism.
The organism moves, acts, and reproduces itself.
It dreams and imagines to perpetuate.
The constant interactivity between the sense bases and their fields of operation - as body and environment - creates the world of phenomena.
The brain has a sort of a natural selection among neurons.
It shuts the connections that do not operate or are not in use.
The brain that manifests universe is thus a dynamic flow of incessant interactions.
Let me walk you along the path of peace and grace. Humanity cries out loud for help.
Here is an opportunity for parents to be awakened and humbled by compassion. The child waits eagerly to follow the footsteps that you fashion. Ultimately, wisdom speaks solemnly: 'Tomorrow's Humanity is about Today's Child...Following the Footsteps of the Parent.' Please find links to special presentations in aid of children's integrated learning and exploration on the 'home' page.
INTEGRATED LEARNING PRINCIPLES
- WELCOME, DEAR PARENTS AND FRIENDS OF THE WORLD WEB!
- TOMORROW'S HUMANITY IS ABOUT TODAY'S CHILD FOLLOWING THE FOOTSTEPS OF THE PARENT!
- A PEACEFUL REMINDER—OLDER POSTS ON THIS BLOG ARE GEMS OF REFLECTION
- A LIFETIME OF KNOWLEDGE, PRACTICE, AND WISDOM, ENCAPSULATED IN BOOKS
- THE VOICE OF THE UNIVERSAL CHILD
Monday, November 23, 2009
What is Brain?
Posted by Nelunika Gunawardena~Rajapakse at 8:12 PM
Labels: brain, consciousness, higher mind, thought
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