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Lions Roar : March 2017
newborns have more ability to make sense of their experi- ence than James believed, even as adults we remain confused about how our minds work. Yes, we all know that we have minds and psychological experiences, but who are we really? How does mind work to shape our experience of our world, W ILLIAM JAMES, one of the founders of modern psychology, wrote in 1890 that our earliest experience of the world is of “a great blooming, buzzing confu- sion.” While modern research shows that How Your Mind Works Buddhist Psychology Breaks It Down What is this thing we call “self”? We assemble it ourselves, according to Buddhist psychology. GAYLON FERGUSON breaks down the five- step process of ego development. Skandha is the Sanskrit word for “heap” or “aggregate.” Antony Gormley’s sculptures reflect Buddhism’s view that the self is merely a collection of parts. Left: Standing Matter I, 2001, forged ball bearings, by Antony Gormley. Photograph by Ulrich Ghezzi. LION’S ROAR | MARCH 2017 51