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Balqees, since you are on my contact list I see it whenever you post a new question. I take it that you are really an ardent student of psychology and philosophy. I love your questions! I even share some of your same questions in my own mind and don’t have the answers. I believe that meditation can help with opening the mind to make it more flexible. But there are several ways to meditate. When I was trying to tell my good friend about deep breathing meditation she said she couldn’t do it because she fell asleep trying to deep breathe. I introduced her to paraliminals. You can fall asleep while they are playing and your brain will still absorb.
I have only been at this mind conditioning for about 4 years. It’s very hard for me, as my whole belief system is so deeply implanted in my subconscious mind. But I believe that the more exercises I do to free me from my subconscious mind, the more flexible I become
in buddhist tradition what you speak of is called ‘buddha mind’ so far i know. there is no easy or fast way to train one mind into that. also there are no rules on how to do that since every mind is unique, thus unique is the approach to that.
for sure i can tell that it takes years, decades most likely, damn lots of hard work and selfless deeds.
think it through well and if say in a week you don’t lose determination, first step is to find a teacher. google will help you with that.
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