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Turns out that earlier I was discussing with Migeru in IM that the distinction between observer and the observed is entirely artificial.

It's not artificial, it's a useful way of relating to the world.

What it isn't is the only useful way of relating to the world.

And there's a bit of a gap between thinking it as an interesting concept and living it, even a little.


Mind you, mysticism doesn't help at all,

If you know it's all lazy woo woo by definition, it wouldn't.


the observer is really outside reality, floating around in a higher state of consciousness with the other enlightened souls, man.

It's lucky you never find any of that in science, isn't it?

by ThatBritGuy (thatbritguy (at) googlemail.com) on Wed Jan 2nd, 2008 at 08:34:39 PM EST
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