The Law of Non-Interference

Reference: Course on Human Nature

When contemplating deeply and meditating, one does not avoid, resist, suppress or deny any thoughts, emotions, and sensations. In short, one does not interfere with the activities of the mind.

Letting the mind unwind without interference or interruption keeps the mind safe during deep thinking, prayer and meditation. Here is a caution one must pay heed to.

Things may go dangerously awry when one anxiously digs into the mind for answers.

Note added March 29, 2022

Things may go dangerously awry when one anxiously digs into the mind for answers because one does not see the contents of the mind as they are. In short, he ceases to be mindful in perceiving the contents of his mind. Wrong interpretations then lead to wrong conclusions that can often destroy the reasoning ability of the mind.

The discipline for looking at the contents of the mind, which makes it safe, is provided at the following link along with the exercises.

The Discipline of Subject Clearing

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  • Mindful  On March 29, 2022 at 2:54 PM

    Why do things may go dangerously awry when one anxiously digs into the mind for answers?

    • vinaire  On March 29, 2022 at 5:29 PM

      Things may go dangerously awry when one anxiously digs into the mind for answers because one does not see the contents of the mind as they are. Wrong interpretations then lead to wrong conclusions that can often destroy the reasoning ability of the mind.

      The discipline for looking at the contents of the mind, which makes it safe, is provided here along with the exercises.

      The Discipline of KHTK

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