Practical Mindhacking

Since I was a teenager, I’ve been interested in learning how things work.  For years, that meant learning how computers worked.  When I did my first meditation retreat, I started to take that intellectual curiosity and turn it towards my mind.  Basically the pursuit of an ever more lucid understanding of the following questions: Why do I think the things I do? Why do I feel the things I do? With computers, I have found tools that allow me to inspect the state … Continue reading Practical Mindhacking