Our minds


We get scared when we imagine a robot making decisions for us. But surprisingly enough, we have no qualms about entrusting our minds with our decisions.

The true problem is that we believe that we are our mind (“I think, therefore I am”), and we believe that we are making the decisions ourselves. In reality, our minds just operate as supercomputers, and intuitions (hunches) are foreign to them, as are the information that our souls provide through our bodies, and  the advice of our guides (angels, etc).

So when we ask our minds for advice, what we are actually doing is depriving ourselves of the best information sources and entrusting our lives to a mere word processor.

Is that what we really want and deserve?