Month: April 2010

Subjective knowledge – II

So, what accounts for those “aha” moments? Is it all mumbo-jumbo or is there a method to the madness? How does the subconscious mind reveal answers that have been plaguing the mind? Four states can be identified (1) Preparation, when mind deliberates the problem (2)Incubation, when the conscious mind is preoccupied with other things, and […]

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Subjective knowledge…..

A few months back, I was talking to a great person, who has written one of the finest treatise on economic revolution for India, about taking up the Chairmanship of a committee to further the movement for the economic rejuvenation. Very shyly, he took me aside and expressed his inability to take up the post […]

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