The mind could be considered a projector from which a filmstrip of our existence is produced. We have become conditioned and believe that these brain projections are a result of the minds interaction with events in our existence.
However could it be that this mind projector is not actually responsible for the experiences that we encounter? A projector, after all, is used to display audio and video picture frames that have been place into it. We can accept this as a workable definition for mind behavior. It stores sensory perception input and this information is processed.
This being said, the mind is still just the storage device and projector of information. What we then experience is often based on conditioned patterns that offer us, at the best, a rerun of something that happened to us yesterday, last week or even years ago. The mind could be compared to a TV Guide magazine in regards to thoughts about the near or distant future. It insists that it has all the information about the future repeatedly tells you how everything should or will happen in each broadcasted show. […]