7 Years

I launched this blog as In2Deep 7 years and 1295 articles ago this week. It went a little quiet while I got my grad degree a few years ago. And a couple of times while …

Feedburner Subscribers

Just a final note to those few still using Feedburner (part of Google) to receive these posts. I’ll be turning that off shortly. I described the migration of the feed here back in January. If …

Mental Health

I saw an outline on the Ayurvedic approach to Mental Health a. The source of mind is Atma (consciousness) b. The nature of mind is Sattva c. Specific means of balancing the mind: – pure …

On Suicide

The tragic death of Robin Williams has brought forth an outpouring of appreciation for him and how he touched so many lives. But also some confusion about suicide that I thought worth touching on. Some …

The Memory of Awakening

I was recently reminded of a useful point. Awakening is not a discovery of something new. It is the rediscovery of what you already are. Many people awakening recognize they have always been awake – …

Re-Mind

After posting the What is Mind? article, I realized I was talking about cosmic mind and not how most people would relate to it. I added an update but further points kept arising so I’ve …

The Intellect and Intuition

A useful point arose in another forum I thought worth sharing here. Partly, it’s in distinguishing between judgment (mental conditioning) and discrimination. And partly it’s in distinguishing between intellect and intuition. When we use words …

What is Space and Time?

From What is Mind? it’s also worth noting the mind’s relationship with time and space. Science suggests that time is a fourth dimension of space but this is inaccurate. Space arises in self-aware consciousness. We …

What is Mind?

I was discussing the relationship between mind and consciousness in correspondence and posted a summary of that here. I then realized I was talking about cosmic mind and not how most people would relate to …

Treating Anxiety

One of the most prevalent things to hamper quality of life for many people is anxiety. While anxiety can be a normal response to stress, chronic stress can lead to chronic anxiety, an ever present …