What is the difference between “why” and “reason”?

The essential difference between the terms “why” and that of “reason” is quite strange.  The term “why” is connected to the brain and thinking.  Whereas, the term “reason” subtly requests that which lies behind what the brain “thinks”?

The problem is… very few individuals “know” what lies behind what causes the brain  to think?  What lies behind the brain and its thinking is the MIND.  And the MIND is composed of two Esoteric [which means invisible]  parts, neither of which is physical.  Actually, the Lower MIND is composed of the energy of the Astral region of Creation, and the Higher MIND is composed of the energy of the Causal region of Creation.

And to comprehend the MIND, it is helpful to understand that the Whole of oneself is composed of four simultaneously existing, and yet entirely separate vibrational energy realms, each with its own unique range of resonance.

Or, put another way… Man, from inside out… consists of the Spiritual dimension, the MIND dimension, and the physical dimension.  The MIND actually consists of two aspects, and thus the Whole of Man is composed of four dimensions.

And when I use the term “reason,” I am asking about the operation of the MIND, not the brain.  And the operation of the MIND takes place in levels which are invisible to the brain and physical senses.

When I ask about the “why” of something, I am asking the brain to explain the physical attributes of something?  So, when I ask the “reason” a Homosexual is a Homosexual?   I am asking about the MIND of a person, not the brain of a person?

So, when I ask “why” a person is a Homosexual, I am asking the brain to explain that which it will never experience.  And this is the “reason” modern mental health [which is all about the brain and thinking] is unable to answer the question!

That is, those in modern mental health, or BS&bp , have no idea what the MIND is, where it is, or what to do about it?  And, to try to apply the term “why” to the illness of Homosexuality inquires of the brain things the brain will never know.

In closing… “why” asks the brain to answer.  And “reason” asks what is going on within a person’s MIND?

Peace, Brother James


What is the difference between “why” and “reason”?