The mind loves to get attached. To belittle experiences and existence and then pack them and stuff them in the frames of the well-known.
The mind loves to put labels on reality and arrange it in predicted order of happening. Labels, which do not allow us to see in the unbounded Universe and obtain from its abundance. Labels, which draw the perimeter of our own existence. Walls, which keep us in captivity, give birth to the feeling of hopelessness and sustain the notion that what we see, exhausts what we can become. And in reality the visible, doesn’t exhaust the opportunities. The visible is just hinting about the courage of those who dared to search and discover beyond the limitations of the well-known, the secure!
The mind fixates the world in a spot and doesn’t allow it to broaden– enriched with the experience, the gathered pain and the wisdom which cured it.
The mind gets attached and fools us to put labels not only on what is around us, but also on what is inside of us.
The mind attaches our identity to the material world and convinces us, that this is who we are; that this exhausts the opportunities, the meaning and longings.
And every attachment by itself is followed by fear- the fear to (more…)