Being Human and Mind

Introducing a new understanding of human nature and Mind based on new ideas in science that have been prefigured in diverse spiritual traditions, Arts and Music including scientific explanations of One Mind, Creativity, Freedom, and Peace.


Sharing writings and writers that help humans aquire new skills related to the new understanding of holomind and self-organizing universe.

Fuzzy thinking and Fuzzy logic is found in the book by one of the leaders in the field. It is written in an way easy for all to understand and includes material from diverse cultural traditions of Greek and Buddhist cultures. 

Also Look at the Learn to read Music Book, which we hope to have play the music and read the text!

This is material from a book on assertiveness: one of the first skills of emerging self-organization. Usually in exchanges between two people anger can arise because: [Quote from book]

When I Say No, I Feel Guilty: How to Cope Using the Skills of Systematic Assertive Therapy



 The theory and verbal skills of systematic assertive therapy are a direct outgrowth of working with normal human beings, trying to teach them something about how to cope effectively with the conflicts we all have in living with each other.

 Our prime assertive human right-how other people violate it

 How we are manipulated into doing what others want.

 ASSERTIVE RIGHT I: YOU have the right to judge your own behavior, thoughts, and emotions, and to take the responsibility for their initiation and consequences upon yourself.

 How we can stop being manipulated by other people.  The manipulator's basic tool: external structure. Need there be rules to cover every situation?

 Three ways to simplify how you look at your relationship with anyone else: commercial, authority, and equal interactions.  Is being assertive immoral or illegal? 

Our everyday assertive rights - the common ways other people manipulate us

ASSERTIVE RIGHT II: You have the right to offer no reasons or excuses for justifying your behavior.

ASSERTIVE RIGHT III: You have the right to judge if you are responsible for finding solutions to other people's problems.

ASSERTIVE RIGHT IV: You have the right to change your mind.

Assertive Right V: You have the right to make mistakes--and be responsible for them.

Assertive Right VI: You have the right to say, 'I don't know."

Assertive Right VII: You have the right to be independent of the goodwill of others before coping with them.

Assertive Right VIII: You have the right to be illogical in making decisions.

Assertive Right IX: YOU have the right to say, "I don't understand."

Assertive Right X: You have the right to say, "I don't care."


Here is one example application from this book: