|Are we to believe what we conceive, this, our sense of reality? Created by our mind or the Gods as our temporary playground.|
|The brain is the most complicated yet the least understood organ of the body. Scientist estimate that our knowledge of the mind's ability is about 5% of the mind's total potential. The brain consists of millions of neurons yet little is know about how those neurons work to control human behavior. The brains finely tuned chemistry and intricate architecture consists of tens of thousands of brain cells connecting with one another to control our infinite human experience the brain is ultimately responsible for everything we do. From controlling seemingly simple bodily functions to everything else that helps us interact with the world around us. We have only just scratched the surface we don't yet have an understanding of the brain and its actions and the games our mind plays not only with other but also ourselves..
"Tyrants have not yet discovered any chains that can fetter the mind." ~ Charles Caleb Colton
|Purity of mind and idleness don't match.
An active mind won't exist in inactive body.
A good mind possesses a kingdom.
A need to be right ia a sign of a vulgar mind.
Conceive and believe to achieve.
Difficulties strengthens the mind.
Anxiousness about the future causes misery.
|It is within our mind that the perspective as well as our perception of reality exists; the key question is do others perceive this reality the same as we do, chances are the answer is; 'no they do not'. The mind is not only a mystery to us personally but also to science, no one has fully unlocked the full capacity and capability of the mind. Within the tundra's of the mind lies many secrets that still remain undiscovered. Many of the abilities available to us have still not been fully understood or utilized. We live our daily lives mostly without great advances spiritually or mentally. Most of us are satisfied to be slaves to commercialism, not addressing the wherefore and the why that we exists.|
|"The energy of the mind is the essence of life."Aristotle|