Philosophizing the Psychology of Philosophy

In life we “think we know” what we know. But do we truly understand what we think we know?

Philosophizing the Psychology of Philosophy is another way of saying, I am exploring and discovering the aspects of  mind and brain. The mind includes the soul, spirit, feelings, emotions, and why these things we think we know when in fact we don’t. Yet we can truly understand them subjectively.

The brain on the other hand is the only physical evidence we have to know that whatever it is that unfolds in our life is because  of the brain. The question is, Is the brain a receiver?

Scientists, gurus, experts, opinion makers and what not have debated from the beginning from where the first question was asked.

Did God create the Brain or does the Brain create God?

By thinking we know, we eliminate the room for non-sense, but do we really need to understand the subjectivity of non-sense.

We’ve all heard the saying, “it makes sense” or “oh that’s just non-sense”

Can we make everything and anything into a objective knowing that satisfies our need to have “common sense” about it.

I don’t know. Yet I finally accepted and allowed that i don’t truly know. Thus, if i am left with only my ability and willingness to create and harmonize my “life’

But what is life? and what is the purpose of it?

Einstein, Darwin, Freud, and many others questioned what they thought they knew and created something  new that satisfied there own creative ways of unfolding “life”

Darwin said it’s about “survival of the fittest”

Freud said it’s buried deep in the unconscious mind.

Einstein said “imagination is more important then knowledge”

Through observation, research, and experiences, I’ve come to my own creative ways  of redefining the definition. Meaning I don’t look at anything I observe as defined as it is, because if I know  that I don’t know, then I am left to create.

Creating what is ultimately important to me and that is harmony, congruency, and a flow  of life allows me to create purpose.

Even in the  smallest of things.

Philosophizing the Psychology of Philsophy also instills a way to say that I am not my brain, But I can create my brain with habits of the mind.

The debate of brain and mind and if they are in essence the same will  always be debated. For several reasons:

Influence -  genetic, environmental, educational

It doesn’t really matter. Because matter in iteself  is  irrelevant to the subjective understanding of it all. Life, the soul, spirit, the subconscious mind.

The purpose of anything is the purpose you give it, by choice, conscious choice. Being in the flow of  life, your life.

But how can one really be in the flow if they don’t know but more importantly don’t subjectively understand what it is that they don’t know.

Some things we can find out and that’s what we are going to do here, lay out a systematic way of knowing and understanding what we don’t know.

In the end we still won’t know but we will better understand ourselves and what we can do. But ultimately what we can do is just “be” “self”

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