The initial concept as regards the relation of the body and the mind had it that the mind is rooted to the brain and that the self awareness of the individual is evolutionally accidental, a concept that has undergone transformation today.
The principle of the human awareness as well as consciousness as being not the product of the brain gaining much popularity at the current. The existence of an individual is therefore dependent on something very special. This brings about the idea of the human consciousness with categories of seven stages or bodies which are the realms of consciousness.They are layers responsible for the responsible for the awareness of the individual with regard to the physical brain of the individual.
The discussion of the realms in an extremely high context is responsible for the pseudo-spiritual fascism. This is the reason behind the subjective nature of the human worth, just like beauty which is translated by the beholders eyes. The individuals most loved to a person hold the highest value as far as the individual is concerned.
There is no hierarchy, either imagined or real that are important unless an individual perceives them to be (Minuchin, 2004). The composition of consciousness It is firs worthy to not that the derivation of consciousness is purely subjective but not objectively tested and therefore it is not a physical science that has been practically proven. The brain of the human being is composed of neurons that numbers to the tune of one hundred billion existing in connectivity through the aid of some synopsis whose numbers are in the tune of 50 billion.These are living cells that are electrified existing in the form of an ocean that art responsible for the creation of phenomena of organic holographic that represents the consciousness of an individual (Minuchin, 2004). This diverse range of the neurons is responsible for the great variation of the consciousness of the human. The structure of the brain of individuals is thus different creating the diversity in their consciousness.The individual has the potential of feeling the various layers in existence responsible of consciousness but the capability of understanding the exact nature with regard to consciousness in the most objective manner is in most of the situation factually impossible (Maslow, 2000).
Relation to the body The mind is invisible to the human eye as it cannot be felt. Its weighing on a scale as well as detection of the imagination with the use of the most sophisticated devises is likewise impossible.The brain reaction on the situation of the initiation of an imagination is the only possibility (Boss, 2003). The relationship of the brain to the mind exists in a context that is unknown as well as anunderstadable in a similar situation to the chemical reactions and events going hand in hand with imagination the relation framework of the brain to the mind is poorly understood and conceived due to the void of the detection and study by the scientists or the implementation of laboratory devices for the measurements (Maslow, 2000).There is thus some peculiarity in the field of study of mind as the study by itself is a denial of the mind. It is to the knowledge of every person of the possession of the mind, thoughts as well as emotions, although the concept of the soul and the spirit is unclear (Maslow, 2000).
The existence of self awareness is also approved but the large part of its nature potentials as well as qualities is a guess. Despite the ignorance of science, the modern psychologists as well as psychiatrist, the existence of the mind is a reality.Their tendency is the denial of the invisible as the basis of their justification.
The mind has no composition of physical thing but a composition of subtle energy forms and thus poorly understood base on the framework of matter as well as energy (Boss, 2003). The position of the human to analyze problem, think about the future occurrences as well as recall the failures of the past and day dreaming are a clear prove of the existence of the brain.There are also feelings, emotions, commentaries and judgments, the search of images, ideas and memories surrounding our awareness and are continuous as well as uncontrollable as a further prove of the existence of the brain.
The uncontrollable aspects of a persons mind include the problems associated with the mind such as depression, the compulsive disorder, anxiety, suicidal ideation as well as ‘attention deficit disorder’ (Laing, 1999). These aspects are not exactly the person as is the assertion of a group of thinkers who underrate the attention and recognition that they deserve.Their study is the basis of the understanding of the person’s inner mental activity that is invisible. This is not related in any way with the art of the communication to the dead, i. e. spiritualism or mysticism, the psychic phenomena, astral travel or the OBE (out-of-body experience), which although are in existent need not be addressed in the in the exploration of the real function of the mind (Boss, 2003). An independent mind responsible for transcending physical functions of the body through the central nervous system has never been documented to exist.
the doctrine of nerve energies that are of specific nature have been articulated with a view that is similar to the mediation function of the nervous system from the mind to the world. There is an inextricable link that binds the relations of the mind to the brain as well as the entire nervous system and in relation to the whole world (Kerr, 1988). Conclusion These aspects are existing in a way out of reach of the understanding of the psychiatrists for the purpose of offering a solution to them.they thus claim that the mind does not exist.
Diverse aspects, potentials as well as functions control the mind world which are in the range of imagination, awareness, responsibility, intention, memory, intellect, reason and will among others, all of which forms a significant componenent of the person There is the dire need for the understanding and the exploration of consciousness in order to understand the cause of war, the poverty racism among others ills that confront the human being.This is the basis of creating a change against these ills. References Boss, M. (2003). Psychoanalysis & daseinanalysis. NY: Basic Books. Kerr, M. (1988).
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