Definitions

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  • n. The succession of moments of consciousness proceeding endlessly from lifetime to lifetime.

Etymologies

mind +‎ stream (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • You simply notice that your mindstream and the dharma flow together easily, surprisingly, terrifyingly, joyfully, and so on.

    Susan Piver: Are You a Buddhist? You Tell Me

  • Listen to the teachings in order to determine the condition of your own mindstream.

    Becoming Enlightened

  • And as Michie points out in the section about karma that follows, "Our mindstream, our choice ... we are the authors of our own future happiness or misery."

    Kay Goldstein: What Are You Thinking?

  • The concepts that emerged from Freud's work swiftly seeped into the mindstream of our European culture.

    The Inside Man

  • I think it would be funny to get ahold of a bunch of Barney video cassettes and record bloody Barney over the commercial Barney and then put the tapes back into the mindstream.

    Bloody Barney: Oh, the Horror!

  • Right now, it is whatever users want it to be: a way to drive people to a blog or business site, a micro-blog with short snippets of information, a news feed, a chat room for you and your closest friends, a mindstream of your thoughts, and more.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Web 2.0

  • Najib, or whatever you thought of him exists within your mindstream.

    *SUSAN LOONE's Blog*

  • a future-forward musical and political mindstream.

    Something Awful

  • I didn't mean to upset you, but if that's what you felt, than it's time to walk your talk since you said: "Najib, or whatever you thought of him exists within your mindstream.

    *SUSAN LOONE's Blog*

  • - I rehrase it here - "ZenTEa, or whatever you thought of him exists within your mindstream.

    *SUSAN LOONE's Blog*

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