David Bohm

A Quote by David Bohm on thought, mind, body, and idea

Another problem of fragmentation is that thought divides itself from feeling and from the body.  Thought is said to be the mind; we have the notion that it is something abstract or spiritual or immaterial.  Then there is the body, which is very physical.  And we have emotions, which are perhaps somewhere in between.  The idea is that they are all different.  That is, we think of them as different.  And we experience them as different because we think of them as different.

David Bohm

Source: Thought as a System, Pages: 6

Contributed by: Chris

A Quote by David Bohm on mind, thought, and brain

We have the idea that after we have been thinking something, it just evaporates.  But thinking doesn't disappear.  It goes somehow into the brain and leaves something--a trace--which becomes thought.  And thought then acts automatically.

David Bohm

Source: Thought as a System, Pages: 8

Contributed by: Chris

A Quote by David Bohm on science, technology, and mind

Anybody can use science and technology without fundamentally altering his own frame of mind which governs how they are used.

David Bohm

Source: Thought as a System, Pages: 6

Contributed by: Chris

A Quote by David Bohm

To be confused about what is different and what is not, is to be confused about everything.

David Bohm

Source: Einstein and Buddah- The Parallel Sayings

Contributed by: Erica

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