Monday, December 18, 2017

Neuroscience And Buddhism: On Improving The Mind

"Few people would honestly argue that there is nothing worth improving about the way they live and the way they experience the world. Some people regard their own particular weaknesses and con´Čéicting emotions as a valuable and distinct part of their 'personality,' as something that contributes to the fullness of their lives. They believe that this is what makes them unique and argue that they should accept themselves as they are. But isn’t this an easy way to giving up on the idea of improving the quality of their lives, which would cost only some reasoning and effort?"



Article source here:The Arts Journal

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