Minds which are not dilute, are pure. Minds are not born this way. After years of development, a mind is mislead and becomes dilute. This is due to an overload of information being fed to us from a number of different minds. It is not always clear which choice is the right choice to make. In fact it can be extremely difficult or extremely easy. I have placed a filter over my mind which helps me negate truth and lies. I find there is no such thing as right or wrong. People tend to pick up habits when they follow the minds that have set out to lead them. People who follow the paths of these minds, find themselves in many places at once. People might hate themselves, feeling that they can’t be loved. Or maybe in their mind, they know we are hated, but love themselves. Ever met somebody with a big head?
All these different feelings cause reactions instead of responses. A response affects the mind at a quantum level. To see yourself for who you truly are, requires objection. That is, the ability to see yourself from an outsiders view, the third person. To look inside, from out.
Our reactions come from our survival instinct, which is our mind sending signals all across our nervous system, triggering a domino effect of chemical reactions causing what we know as the physical feeling of physical and emotional pain. This is when we see only from our own perspective. The subjective, first person mindset. Looking out at the world, from within.
The only way to put a stop to these bad feeling chemical reactions is to trigger chemicals that feel good. Dopamine, serotonin and oxytocin, are the chemicals we should trigger to overcome the feelings associated with the chemicals. Adrenaline is the main culprit when it comes to stress and negative feelings of emotion. There are certain actions we can take which can influence these chemicals in both a good and bad way. The trick is understanding and the careful application of true thoughts. Knowledge.
When we respond, we are wiring our mind with actual knowledge. When we react, we wire our mind with emotional reactions. From personal experience, the reactions seem right in the moment, and wrong in hindsight. Afterwards, we feel regret, but during the moment we make that choice, we are only focused on passing on the anger inside of us. We focus all of our energy on the problem while overlooking the true solution. We are all the masters of our own minds. In this sense, we determine our own fate. I want to share with the world. I want to make a difference in your life. I am doing my best to lead by example. Everybody is welcome to follow my light, but remember you are the author of your own story. You can lead others to become better as well.