From One Extreme to the Other, The Adaptation of the Mind

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Without adaptation life is dominated by one extreme or the other. Hot and cold, extreme weather training, night and day, wake and sleep, exhaustion and relaxation, pleasure and pain. All of these are extremes of perception which shape experience. Yet if experience goes too quickly or too often from one extreme of experience to the other, the mind perceives chaos and instability and this leads to suffering and a poor decision making process.

This relates to the voluntary or involuntary aspects of the personal psyche. When the involuntary and voluntary aspects are not kept in a general alignment the individual experiences a greater difficulty adapting. This is the nature of consciousness. When we fail to adapt to that which we are presented with in an amount of time allotted, then we suffer the consequences and this can’t be avoided no matter how slight. However, when our basic needs are taken…

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