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Title: The basic nature of mind is pure, limitless and pervasive, like the sun shining unobstructed in a clear sky.
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To understand healing from the Buddhist perspective, a useful starting point is to consider the Buddhist concept of mind. The mind is...


To understand healing from the Buddhist perspective, a useful starting point is to consider the Buddhist concept of mind. The mind is non-physical.






It is formless, shapeless, colourless, genderless and has the ability to cognise or know. The basic nature of mind is pure, limitless and pervasive, like the sun shining unobstructed in a clear sky.






The problems or sickness we experience are like clouds in the sky obscuring the sun.






Just as the clouds temporarily block the sun but are not of the same nature as the sun, our problems or sickness are temporary and the causes of them can be removed from the mind.






From the Buddhist perspective, the mind is the creator of sickness and health. In fact, the mind is believed to be the creator of all of our problems.






That is, the cause of disease is internal, not external.
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