‘…the opening of consciousness is the process so as to open the mind;was that even worded in the correct way?
Is that even a necessary component for that which I wish to express?
Is this musing finished,or is it merely just the beginning of self exploration and contemplation?
I hear you say ‘of course it is’ and you would be in right to comment thus.
I am merely scratching at the surface,there is so much more [upon closer inspection] than that which presents itself to my conscious mind.
On a different matter (which I suppose relates to my line of thought) I have said this before,but from my observation,the majority of society is so full of their own self importance. It’s as if (in their mentality) ‘no one exists apart from me.’
That which I mentioned above [if my observations are correct]is a very sad reflection of the world at large.
I may have reiterated my own words,It is not my wish to sound monotonous,but so as to highlight how pressing a matter this is.
I do not wish to sound pretentious or patronizing,I am simply stating the facts.
So as to return to the original subject,the soul (it would seem) is beyond comprehension on a personal level (an analysis of the individual level of the individual in question) from the observer’s point of view.
The attempt to peer into the individual and how their inner workings are constructed on an ontic level.
If this does not appear to be the case (although many claim that they can do so)surely more accurate examples can be attained by studying groups,or several,for that matter,then scaled down to an individual (?)
This seems to be much more complex,after all,we can never know how close we are,or we may be correct in our analysis (analyses).
That be well known information,but bear with me.From the Psycological point of veiw there have been countless studies of human behaviour,both in groups and of an individual.
I am not saying that I know more than I do,I have no wish to so.
It is merely my wish to put forth on paper how I see things and that is all.
May I make this clearer or expand on this further,if you like,
I think it should up to the individual reader to reach their own conclusions.
Has a complete idea or ideas arrived at yet?
The reason for this (I think anyway) is that new ideas are presented (in whatever subject you wish) which then uncover more.
As the majority of human kind seems to be inquisitive by nature,many people search for years (in themselves,nature,ect.)
That ‘aha’ moment seems to evade us (or so we think) ,that is until that discovery is made.
A revelatory experience,and in that moment so much is discovered about the subject of study ,and in that moment too so are many discoveries about the self brought to the forefront of awareness.
As a sidestep (as I am prone to so,or so I’m told ) ,call it a migration of thought,if you like,at times which seem an appropriate time to stop conversing on a particular subject,like a full stop I suppose.
By what I mean to communicate by that which I have just written,is an examination of how we as humans at times have compulsions and feelings of a need to act at whim.
An escapism from the ‘rules’ imposed upon us by societal norms,not acting in accordance with our true nature,as opposed to us acting on whim,which gives us that time of freedom which we all long for,as that is the moment of liberation from the ‘hum drum’ of our lives.
Am I right in thinking that this chapter should be concluded?Have we reach a correct moment to cease our thoughts? Is it the the thoughts of the reader,that this chapter should reach its natural end ,to be continued in the next chapter,this is to be continued,I guess…’
‘Here lies my very heart,I wish to present it to you.’ -He said in a sincere tone.
‘I see,my friend.’ -Was the reply.
‘I am not able to think any longer,something seems to be holding back.’
‘What,pray tell,do you think to be the reason for this fact?’
‘Well,now that I think of it ,my creativity has been waning,owing to my inability to concentrate on my waking thoughts.’
‘May I ask why this difficulty has arisen?’
‘Of course you may,the information that you ask of me to impart would be no difficulty for me to provide.
I find myself unable to do so ,as my mind is clouded at this current juncture ,I find myself unable to create characters and a story of their own,when,as much as I try,I am too concerned with my own current hardships that life presents me with.’
‘I do understand how difficult things must be for you,or I think I do so,as I can only ‘see’ how you feel,so it is my aim to sympathize,please forgive me if I fall short of this aim.’
‘I feel assured that you feel that way,it is most agreeable to me,just that you feel that way,let alone bring it to my attention by use of vocalization is more than appreciated my friend.’
‘That is very encouraging to hear,do you think that you rely too much on what is digital,as opposed to that which is traditional?’
‘True beauty in any form of art is truly brought to life by physically creating it as a reflection of your soul,whereas what is merely typed cannot have the same effect,am I right in saying that I have the correct meaning of your words?’
‘You do perceive me correctly my friend. It is very astute of you to notice that fact,I do seem to think,pardon me for saying so ,I am only making a suggestion,after all.’
‘What is it that you have share my friend,does it relates on how to improve my writing prowess?’
‘I do indeed my friend,have you ever considered looking into yourself to create main characters as seemingly real to the reader as possible? Your feelings and opinions will unwittingly be written of course,but it will seem as though the ‘speaker’ is telling the tale,as opposed to the one who wrote it.’
‘For every point you have elucidated speaks very clearly to me,my friend. I strongly agree with all you do say,I have found this conversation most enlightening and I do not doubt that I shall be forever in your debt on the strength and value of your words. I do ,and I am truly genuine when I say this,wish impart to you how grateful I am,thankyou.’
‘I feel deeply humble that my words were able to evoke such emotions in you,so the thanks are entirely mine,my friend.’