Re: New Ways of Thinking (was RE: Vicious Racism )

From: J. R. Molloy (
Date: Sun Aug 05 2001 - 18:07:49 MDT

From: "Lee Corbin" <>
> I'm not 100% sure that I understand. But I think that you mean
> that the habits of all the people and institutions around you
> constantly mitigate against any revolutionary change in thinking
> that you would like to attain. Is that right?

More than that, the habits of all the people and institutions around us
constantly mitigate against any ending of thought, to go beyond thinking to
direct experience.

> There is simply *no* revolutionary way of looking at it, *no*
> totally different approach, or it would have been found long
> ago.

It was forgotten long ago, and it can be remembered right now.

 All we have is a lot of people who have managed to persuade
> themselves that they have discovered this key, this "new way of
> thought" that solves the problem in a simple manner. But it's
> never happened, and I think never will until we have more direct
> control over how our brains function.

Who is it that seeks this control if not the old brain?

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