I can 'feel it with my spirit'. And the mind cannot stand this, it fights fiercely against this answer: I can feel it. Because the mind wants an absolute.
With the mind adjusted and placed in a proper environment, directed in right ways, we can do wonders for the greater good.
Observe how your mind, body, heart and soul naturally seek homeostasis and regroup, often giving you insight on what you are.
Not just the parts I think I like, but also the parts I tend not to like. The parts of me that seek forgiveness. The parts that are angry.
Never again will we entertain this tyranny that wears a thousand divisive masks but is always a scared and greed-scarred child-man hiding behind a curtain.
There is a concept in Zen Buddhism known as shoshin, which means “beginner’s mind.” Shoshin refers to the idea of letting go of your preconceptions and having an attitude of openness when studying a subject.