A report on ConsciousnessEmotionMeditationPresent and Truth

Representation of consciousness from the seventeenth century by Robert Fludd, an English Paracelsian physician
Man Meditating in a Garden Setting
The present is a moment in time discernible as intermediate between past and future.
An angel carrying the banner of "Truth", Roslin, Midlothian
John Locke, British Enlightenment philosopher from the 17th century
Examples of basic emotions
The āsana in which Mahavira is said to have attained omniscience
A visualisation of the present (dark blue plane) and past and future light cones in 2D space.
Walter Seymour Allward's Veritas (Truth) outside Supreme Court of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario Canada
Illustration of dualism by René Descartes. Inputs are passed by the sensory organs to the pineal gland and from there to the immaterial spirit.
The emotion wheel.
Bodhidharma practicing zazen
'"What is Truth?" by Nikolai Ge, depicting John 18:38 in which Pilate asks Christ "What is truth?"
Thomas Nagel argues that while a human might be able to imagine what it is like to be a bat by taking "the bat's point of view", it would still be impossible "to know what it is like for a bat to be a bat." (Townsend's big-eared bat pictured).
Two dimensions of emotions. Made accessible for practical use.
A statue of Patañjali practicing dhyana in the Padma-asana at Patanjali Yogpeeth.
John Searle in December 2005
Two dimensions of emotion
"Gathering the Light", Taoist meditation from The Secret of the Golden Flower
The Necker cube, an ambiguous image
Illustration from Charles Darwin's The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals (1872)
Saint Pio of Pietrelcina stated: "Through the study of books one seeks God; by meditation one finds Him."
Simplified graph of James-Lange Theory of Emotion
Whirling dervishes
A Buddhist monk meditating
Timeline of some of the most prominent brain models of emotion in affective neuroscience.
Meditation. Alexej von Jawlensky, oil on cardboard, 1918
Neon color spreading effect. The apparent bluish tinge of the white areas inside the circle is an illusion.
Meditating in Madison Square Park, New York City
Square version of the neon spread illusion
Young children practicing meditation in a Peruvian school

Time that is associated with the events perceived directly and in the first time, not as a recollection (perceived more than once) or a speculation (predicted, hypothesis, uncertain).

- Present

Property of being in accord with fact or reality.

- Truth

In psychology and philosophy, emotion typically includes a subjective, conscious experience characterized primarily by psychophysiological expressions, biological reactions, and mental states.

- Emotion

Tafakkur or tadabbur in Sufism literally means reflection upon the universe: this is considered to permit access to a form of cognitive and emotional development that can emanate only from the higher level, i.e. from God.

- Meditation

There has been some research into physiological changes in yogis and people who practise various techniques of meditation.

- Consciousness
Representation of consciousness from the seventeenth century by Robert Fludd, an English Paracelsian physician

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