We have to work out the ratios between our thinking brain and our feeling body. The solution, of course, is our being mind. The mind/body connection is as much a mind/brain connection. Mind is nothing more than connective tissue, with "tissue" having no physical attributes at all. The good stuff is all spiritual. We call it "spiritual" because it is "of the spirit," invisible, like life itself, IS life itself. Life is a spiritual phenomenon. And it has nothing to do with theology. Theology is of the thinking brain. Religion is of the feeling body. Our being mind is at the bottom of it all. Holding it all together. Making it all one. Enabling us to articulate what cannot be said/told/explained/understood, only known/realized through enlightenment/illumination/satori/awakening... (But we cannot market satori, so we create theology and "make disciples," and churches/denominations/insanity because if a profit can be made, a profit will be made, and that quickly becomes "Profit At Any Price!", and here we are...) Leaving our being mind with waiting it out, while it works behind the scenes (The spiritual stuff is all indirect), to articulate what cannot be said/etc. And so, art in all its forms. Art is the language of religion at its best, of truth, of spirit, of spirituality... And music. Music is the language of the spirit, of religion at its best, at its truest. Until you get to hymns. A hymnbook is a book of doctrine put to music to co-opt the being mind into the thinking brain and sell religion at its worst, by saving souls, and making disciples, and money, to build churches to save souls to make disciples and money. And the being mind has to wait some more. For people to sit down, shut up, wake up. And turn the light around, by working out the ratios between our thinking brain and our feeling body.