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It is NOT "to be free FROM any of them!"

"The Integrated Yawning and Stretching Technique" or "AuraPuri"

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Digging for 'The Root of Questioning'

The mind is in principle a tool to help and expand on humankind's natural curiosity.

The mind assists humans in finding out what this wondrous human experience in this physical /essential existence is all about...

The mind naturally "wonders". It is set-up to see the miraculous in things!

When for some reason, the result of this "wondering" is not accepted 'as is', it acquires a different dynamic, it becomes a follow-up faculty:
. asking questions,
. questing (e.g. searching for other 'land')
. querying and
. questioning.

As secondary follow-up tools, these are initially welcome aids to find out ways to overcome physical difficulties.
However when these secondary tools get used in an emotional and psychological environment, they can quickly cause opposite results, e.g. like a hammer, primarily made for constructive purposes, can surely destroy a lot.

The possibility of non-acceptance is a side-effect of the mind's faculties *.

In physical circumstances that is very OK. In 'the days of yore', it helped us to discover (invent) physical manipulations to produce solutions... say, purposely making fire, using pelts, or spinning wool and weaving to produce fabric when we were cold, or digging wells for water, etc.

But in non-physical circumstances - after emotional and psychological manipulation was "invented" - questioning and posing questions also became accusative, judgemental, and did not necessarily allow for any defense or response.
Hmm... If an answer or defense would come up, all too often a quasi response follows - rhetorically, "Who do you think you are?", or "Why did you do that, eh?", etc.

* Even if "non-acceptance" is fundamentally ineffective... After all, whatever is not accepted, it does not go away!

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