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Consciousness, Mind, and Intellegence: Some Research and Notes

Keywords: "Rosicrucian Order , AMORC , consciousness , mind , intelligence , hinduism , buddhism , vedanta , egypt , egyptian religion , science , medicine , esoteric , mysticism , kabbalah , qabalah , Tao , Taoism , Tarot , chakra , "

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This paper compares the use of the words consciousness, mind, and intelligence in modern Western culture, which is currently influenced by reductionism (for example, “consciousness with an object”), as opposed to their use in some ancient philosophical traditions (“consciousness without an object”). A new trend in research in the fields of quantum physics and biology is also briefly examined, in consideration of a recent shift in the orientation of Western science. A broader understanding of these important words is proposed, one that aims at asserting the essential spirituality of humans and the true transcendent goal of human life, according to experiential evidence across millennia.


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