- Jul 2018
In other words, there is no neutral observation.
Similar to the objectivism/subjectivism divide and social construction of truth/positivist scientific method.
Part of meditative practices is sometimes a focus of the mind, or an absence and an "insistent" self. Perhaps it's simply quieting part of the questioning mind in order to make room for a better side, but maybe it's about removing one's preconceived notions.
The implication (contrary to psychophysics) is that mind-to-world processes drive perception rather than world-to-mind processes.
Maybe both? Causal feedback.