Who has answers to the superficiality
Superfluous enquiry of life?
The scribbles of journal.
Reside in shadow work
Fleeting thoughts of unfamiliar.
Do I hold the answers deep within to
The statement, mind an illusion?
2020, Deeya Nambiar
Accurate mind processed.
“That’s not a very womanly thought.”
I looked up inquisitively.
“Thoughts have gender?”
If so, man and woman
Each has another side.
“Offence not meant, or taken.”
Thoughts multiplied unnervingly.
“Oh my accurate mind, please spell,”
Copyright © 2017, Deeya Nayar-Nambiar
“Your mind has always been empty. Isn’t it?”
An argument that went on to become a humorous statement saved the miseries of a fight. There was laughter around. A single comment about the state of “mind” was somehow the comic caper.
Mind can be humorous; especially when I look at the range of idioms and phrases to do with mind and brain.
“Clear your mind” and “don’t sit to pick my brains”. “Rack your brain” and “I changed my mind”. You had a “brainwave” and it was “mind-boggling”. But “don’t beat your brains out”, now “I’m in two minds”.
Indeed idioms are figurative for often when looking at their literal meaning, we may find them a matter to laugh at.
Science clearly identifies brain as “the three pounds of “convoluted mass of gray and white matter” in our heads “serving to control and coordinate mental and physical actions.”” “The mind is part of the transcendent world of wisdom and thought. Although the brain is the organ most associated with consciousness, the brain does not completely contain the mind.”
However, everything from being intuitive to creative and consciousness to awareness is the attribute of the mind. Little wonder then that mind needs clarity and emptying and it is very essential for our well-being. Mind can capture and rapture, and leave us dumbstruck in the passage of our own thoughts.
While working on clearing my mind of the thoughts boggling my mind, I’m left wondering as to why should someone be called “brainless”.