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Spiritual Nature Of The Mind
Spiritual Nature Of The Mind
Spiritual Nature Of The Mind
Spiritual Nature Of The Mind
Spiritual Nature Of The Mind
Spiritual Nature Of The Mind
Spiritual Nature Of The Mind
Spiritual Nature Of The Mind
Spiritual Nature Of The Mind
Spiritual Nature Of The Mind
Spiritual Nature Of The Mind
Spiritual Nature Of The Mind
Spiritual Nature Of The Mind
Spiritual Nature Of The Mind
Spiritual Nature Of The Mind
Spiritual Nature Of The Mind
Spiritual Nature Of The Mind
Spiritual Nature Of The Mind
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Spiritual Nature Of The Mind

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This presentation gives a spiritual perspective on the functional structure of the mind

This presentation gives a spiritual perspective on the functional structure of the mind

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  • 1. Cover The functional structure of the mind www. S piritual R esearch F oundation.org - a spiritual perspective
  • 2. The functional structure of the mind | Components of the mind
    • Conscious mind
    • Sub-conscious mind
    • Unconscious mind
  • 3. The functional structure of the mind | Components of the mind
    • C o nsc i o us mind
    • S ub-co n s cious mind
    • Unconscious mind
  • 4. The functional structure of the mind | A Diagrammatic representation Conscious mind ( 10% ) Sub-conscious mind ( 90% )
  • 5. The analogy of an iceberg Conscious mind ( 10% ) Sub-conscious mind ( 90% )
  • 6. Role of the sub-conscious mind in our happiness / unhappiness Sub-conscious mind (90%) The sub-conscious mind plays a decisive role in every action that we perform
  • 7. Role of the sub-conscious mind in our happiness / unhappiness Sub-conscious mind Millions of impressions
  • 8. What is an impression and a centre? Sub-conscious mind Strong stimulus / Repeated stimulus Creates an impression Conscious mind
  • 9. What is an impression and a centre? Sub-conscious mind Strong stimulus / Repeated stimulus A reinforced impression creates a ‘Centre’ Conscious mind
  • 10. What is an impression and a centre? | Analogy of a beaten track
  • 11. What is an impression and a centre? Sub-conscious mind A reinforced impression creates a ‘Centre’ Conscious mind
  • 12. What is an impression and a centre? Sub-conscious mind Conscious mind Similar centres group together to form bigger centres like the temperament centre
  • 13. Main centres in the mind This centre identifies and interprets the nature of an impulse Identification and interpretation centre
  • 14. Main centres in the mind This centre contains impressions of all the likes and dislikes of the person Identification and interpretation centre Like and dislike centre
  • 15. Main centres in the mind This centre is a storehouse of all the desires and instincts Identification and interpretation centre Like and dislike centre Instinct and desire centre
  • 16. Main centres in the mind This centre is a collection of the characteristics which comprise the temperament of an individual. Identification and interpretation centre Like and dislike centre Instinct and desire centre Temperamental characteristics centre
  • 17. Main centres in the mind This centre maintains accounts of all types of give-and-take with others Identification and interpretation centre Like and dislike centre Instinct and desire centre Temperamental characteristics centre Give-and-take account centre
  • 18. Main centres in the mind Next tutorial – Why we do the things we do Like and dislike centre

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