This question is very difficult to answer because we have been conditioned to answer it in a superficial manner. It is very tempting to believe that I am my identity.1 If you believe in your identity as “the answer” to the question (Who am I?) without regarding the depth of “the question” (Who am I?), then we entrap the concept of ourselves. Thus,...Read More
How does perspective relate to truth?
There are two ways to approach perspective: From the concrete and the abstract. 01The abstract can be defined as a kind of thought experiment that cannot be grasped with our direct senses (to touch, listen, smell, see and taste). One could imagine the experience as if it were felt with our senses, but there is a space between the thought and the physical...Read More
Who can teach me the truth?
The answer is: Yourself. You are the only one that can teach you the truth. This question seems quite simple to answer, but it is much more interesting to understand why? Why can I only teach myself? However, to some people this answer might seem counter-wise their own set of established beliefs. The reason is that we are traditionally taught that you...Read More
How to ask questions?
Belief goes deep into concepts. This occurs because concepts nurture belief, and belief is nurtured by concepts. This goes way into the way we process information through a possible prediction system (Hawkins, Blakeslee) or an interpreter (Gazzaniga) in the brain that creates justifications to sustain beliefs. The studies about how the brain works are in...Read More
How can I gain control over my brain?
Each language differs in structure, symbolism, interpretation, intention, sound, etc. It distinguishes one culture from another, and consequently influences the way we have been taught to process information. As a simultaneously taught bilingual child, you can use different brain pathways to understand things. When studying foreign languages, so you can...Read More