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There is NO original thought. Just as the fire burns, but cannot burn itself, how do you think you can change your mind?

The Mind of the Thinker
in the Act of Thinking the Thought

These interwoven webs presents some possibilities for why you experience life as you do

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This site comprises a series of Notebooks containing many possibilities for you to explore as we discuss both the meaning and purpose of the experiences of life from many different spiritual philosophies and personal perspectives.

Using a common sense approach and plain English words, this site is illustrated with the stories of many people as we share our personal insights and understandings ... offering some reasons for your experiences and some choices which many allow you to explore your potential as a Hu-man Be-ing.

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Truth, Consciousness, Personal and Spiritual Development

Everywhere I turned looking for answers, I was presented with conflicting Philosophies - until I learned that the only true answers could be found in The Book of the Human Body - written by the body itself.

We include some Self Healing suggestions and Self-Help practices ..

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Maybe our unique approach may allow that, no matter what you feel in this moment, you may be able to develop a deeper understanding of who you are and why your life has been the way you have experienced it so far.

Then, from something you recognize which you can use as a starting point you won't have to be "overwhelmed" by taking a leap in faith into the unknowable.

Perhaps too, if you have been told you are "mad" or diagnosed with some "depression" or "psychosis", you may find some alternative understanding of why you feel the way you do.

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This is the website of Christopher Wynter and Fiona Tulk who share a house in Hobart, Tasmania.

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The mind of the thinker in the act of thinking the thought
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