beginner’s mind

Shoshin or “beginner’s mind” is a concept from Zen Buddhism and refers to an attitude of openness, enthusiasm, and lack of preconceptions, similar to that of a beginner. The practice of Shoshin serves as a counter to the hubris and closed-mindedness often associated with considering oneself an expert.
Shoshin also acts as an antidote to the “Einstellung effect”, which is a predisposition to solve a particular problem in a specific way, even if better or more appropriate methods exist. It is the negative effect of previous experience when approaching new problems.

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Bin Hu Mai Xue

Bīn Hú Mài Xué (瀕湖脈學, “Teachings on Pulse Diagnosis”) was written by the Chinese physician and naturalist Li Shizhen (1518-1593) and serve as a basic textbook to the present day.