It all happens in the mind – Part 2
As the philosophy, that observes and teaches the interrelation between the unseen soul and the cosmic knowledge, Akia gives you free hands to discover and open the depth of the Universe and the mind.
The everything is interrelated slogan offers ample space to the endless, to the untouchable and unimaginable quantity of information and in its explanations an extremely dangerous way of thinking.
In this aspect the beginning, the end and the middle is vague for every end is a beginning of something and the middle of another happening. We can say the same thing about the other two.
Knowing all that I would like to start with my beginning. Since this beginning was chosen by my mind it is not at all illegal to oppose it. However, my choice sets boundaries to the train of my ideas, loosens or tightens their living space. The loosening and the tightening, as the choice of the beginning, foremost depend on the momentary state of my mind, on my relation to the subject and the goal in front of my eyes. The information I have, my knowledge, my scruples, my upbringing, my schooling, my social background, my pledges and my conscience also play a decisive role in my deed. They all and many more little ingredients send certain passwords to the brain to test and try the key into the locks of neatly filed folders and into those laying around in lazy untidiness. This action happens in support of the strongest impulse, meaning the most urgent and most important task in the mind that is waiting to be solved. If I am lucky, one of the keys would fit into a lock and I would find few refreshing and helping thoughts behind the door.
Regardless of being conscious – formed under pressure – or subconscious – finds its way without invitation – after creation the thought becomes an organic energy mass. Imagine it like the cartoons where the drawn figures’ thought are being written in a little, balloon like surface with an end pointing towards the person that masterminded the thought. This particular Earthling would be the starting point of the thought-energy.
By popping out of a brain the thought would become alive. Like all other organic energy forms the thought would start needing something to feed on. The pointed end turns around and searches for nourishment. This search is guided by the energy of the thought, meaning the words written on the balloon. The natural choice would be the person it was intended for. In the hope of reaching it on time the thought starts its feverish search for the addressee.
It has been said that the thought doesn’t count. And that the word or the deed is far more important.
The strength of both lies in the power of the thought.
Zsa Zsa Tudos at Akia