Saturday, 5 March 2016
The Hugr and Munr
Hugr can be most satisfactorily translated as “thought.” It’s the part of the self that intuits, analyzes, and plans. It takes in information and contemplates it to foster understanding. It sets goals and develops strategies to achieve them.
Munr can best be rendered as “desire” or “will.” The munr is the seat of one’s likes and dislikes, love, sorrow, fear, hatred, happiness, and other emotions. The word munr is closely related to the verb munu, which expresses intention in the same way as the English verb “will” (as in “I will go into town tomorrow”)...read more>>>...