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  1. It’s easier to intellectualise about them rather than doing something about them!!I feel that Mind, Body and Soul are interdependent. One needs the other two to thrive.

    Each has its strength and weakness. While the mind is powerful and has the ability to understand and coordinate it can also run like a monkey difficult to restrain.

    The body is an amazing gift. Despite advances in Science it is difficult to replicate the heart, the veins, the nerves, the stomach, pancreas, intestines, et al. But it easily gives in to negative thoughts. Mind overpowers matter easily.

    The soul is all powerful. But as is said in the Tao, that which speaks doesn’t know and what knows doen’t speak. So the mind and the body take advantage of Soul’s silence to have their own playground.

    Together they can be powerful. Alone they can win some battles but not the war.

    I don’t know how to bring the three musketeers together??

  2. @ Shreyasi: ‘Respect the unknown’ is a good thought. Unfortunately most of us fear the unknown. But then again, a lot of people haven’t learnt to distinguish fear from respect.

    @ ABC: Those are some interesting thoughts, though I don’t agree with all of them.

    I don’t think intuition gives you the answer…at least I’ve never had those ‘bolt-out-of-the-blue’ things just appear magically. But my intuition has given me some sense of direction, a sort of light in a dark cave when I’m groping for answers.

    I’d agree with your definition of mind.

    Not so with emotions though…they sort of happen in parallel with intuition, before, during and after the process.

    Touch (and all our senses) are the source of our impressions so I guess we’re together on that one. I’d actually count people in with this too. So many of my revelations and milestones have happened directly or indirectly due to the people in my life.

    @ Itchingtowrite: I’m unsure on my stand on dreams. Someone I know described dreams as ‘your mind flushing out’. I can believe that at the moment. But I guess there are also some clues to intution in there…after all you tend to dream about your deepest fears, joys, dreams and such. None of my sleep-dreams have really come true so far…but I’ve had several deja vu moments and also that feeling that something is just GOING TO happen and it does!

  3. i too belive in the power of intuition or even dreams. they say a dream is seen thru the mind and eyes cannot see them. therefore very often u will find that u dreamt something and that became true in the morning

  4. Intiution is something like knowing the result of a problem without the logic to lead to it.

    Mind is something which tries to give us the logic leading to a result (maybe not the correct result since we do not know all the postulates and axioms – we are not God).

    Emotion is something which makes us feel the result to the problem.

    Touch feeds our mind and emotion.

    People don’t mean a thing.

    Feedback to the questionnaire, a very insightful one.

  5. In response to typical discounting that we do of so-called ‘mumbo-jumbo’, a wise man whom I met and learnt a lot from said ‘Respect the Unknown’ and that is what I do.
    This morning I was speaking to a colleague on Intuition and we discovered together how our intuition has guided us many times and we have chosen to ignore it, I try not to do it any longer.