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I've been wondering about this. A lot of Buddhism is about the mind and its concepts - for example TNH's interbeing can cause a transformation in how you think about the world - but a lot of thinking seems to happen when you give thoughts you attention, that is when new thoughts arise.
But some meditations are about moving beyond the mind. When I move my attention though, I end up moving it to one of the other senses, often touch. But then I've had meditations where my sense of my body seems to vanish, kind of moving through a cool whiteness, and I end up seeing and hearing different things, vague impressions. Is this beyond the mind, or just a dream-like space? It doesn't have the crisp visuals of a dream.