Jan Cox Talk 0872

The Ordinary Mind Knows Nothing on Its Own

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#872 Sep 23, 1991 – 1:00 
Notes by TK

Kyroot to :21. Enriched simplicity is like being hip, while he who lets on he’s hip is no longer so. The continual flux and conflict of thoughts is the opposition that keeps the ordinary “I” stable and enthroned. The Neural Revolutionist uses collective maps less and personal ones more. The ordinary mind knows nothing on its own, w/o institutional formulation from somewhere within the spectrum spanning state to religion.