Buddhism was founded by Saddharrha Gautama. He discovered soon after that the mind was the most important aspect of human existence. In Gautama’s believe he believed: “Our mind is like mercury. It is also like a monkey who is struggling all the time to free himself. When he is pulled back, he may stay still for a little while, but a moment later, he will try to move away again.” In his belief’s
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to achieve our higher selves. To be truly wise, a person must journey this sea and forgo all cravings. For example, when we are angry we go down to hell; when we are deluded we become animals. The Buddha could understand the fleeting nature of mind by Concentration training, and acquired Yana or visions of truth. Wisdom will follow once Yana is obtained, and there will be knowledge and understand about the principle of peace.