Everything 048 (universal mind)

  • March 16, 2016

universal mind

Universal Mind by Betsy C. Knapp

We have some pride in our personal Mind, which we believe lives in our brain, which we think of as a kind of computer that runs all our systems and keeps things on a relatively even keel, albeit with frequent veering and occasional crashes.

Yet there seems to be no evidence that what we think of as mind is a function of the individual person divorced from all other matter and so on.

This implies that all the particles and atoms organized into “life” are doing something together, driven by some sort of universal mind.