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Choiceless awareness is posited in philosophy, psychology, and spirituality to be the state of unpremeditated, complete awareness of the present without preference, effort, or compulsion. The term was popularized in the mid-20th century by Jiddu Krishnamurti, in whose philosophy it constitutes a central theme. Similar or related concepts had been developed previously in several religious or spiritual traditions. The term (or others like it) has also been used to describe traditional and contemporary meditation practices, both secular and religious. By the early 21st century, choiceless awareness as a concept or term had appeared in a variety of fields, including neuroscience, therapy, and sociology, as well as in art. However, Krishnamurti's approach to the subject was unique and differs f

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  • الوعي بلا اختيار
  • Choiceless awareness
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  • يُفترض الوعي بلا اختيار في الفلسفة وعلم النفس والروحانية ليكون حالة وعي كامل غير متعمد للحاضر دون تفضيل أو حاضر أو دراية. شاع المصطلح في منتصف القرن العشرين من قبل جدو كريشنامورتي، الذي يشكل في فلسفته موضوعًا مركزيًا. تم تطوير مفاهيم مماثلة أو ذات صلة سابقًا في العديد من التقاليد الدينية أو الروحية. تم استخدام المصطلح (أو غيره من الأمثلة) أيضًا لوصف ممارسات التأمل التقليدية والمعاصرة، العلمانية والدينية. بحلول أوائل القرن الحادي والعشرين، ظهر الوعي غير المختار كمفهوم أو مصطلح في مجموعة متنوعة من المجالات، بما في ذلك علم الأعصاب والعلاج وعلم الاجتماع، وكذلك في الفن. ومع ذلك، كان نهج كريشنامورتي للموضوع فريدًا ويختلف عن المفاهيم السابقة واللاحقة.
  • Choiceless awareness is posited in philosophy, psychology, and spirituality to be the state of unpremeditated, complete awareness of the present without preference, effort, or compulsion. The term was popularized in the mid-20th century by Jiddu Krishnamurti, in whose philosophy it constitutes a central theme. Similar or related concepts had been developed previously in several religious or spiritual traditions. The term (or others like it) has also been used to describe traditional and contemporary meditation practices, both secular and religious. By the early 21st century, choiceless awareness as a concept or term had appeared in a variety of fields, including neuroscience, therapy, and sociology, as well as in art. However, Krishnamurti's approach to the subject was unique and differs f
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