You are probably familiar with the idea of defragmentation. In laymen terms it has to do with your computer aligning and storing info on the hard disk to free up space. This helps to put things in order so that your computer will work more efficiently. As an analogy we could say that our minds are also in need of defragmentation. That is our minds also require maintenance in order for it to work well. Besides consuming an appropriate diet of carbohydrates, fats and protein, our brains require the necessary charge to keep it healthy. The mind can be likened to the intelligence that informs the brain how to operate. So in a sense the brain is the grid by which the mind flows through it as a current of energy that informs it. However it is my intention here to focus on the mind without explaining its relationship to the organism. Therefore how can we do that? That is to say how can we focus on the mind itself? What faculty of the mind allows it to focus and concentrate in order to align itself so as to free it from mental congestion? What enables the mind to defrag itself so as to attain clarity? If you’re interested in following up with these questions then my video production above may help to fill in the blanks and may even inspire you to further explore one of the most neglected domains of earthly existence, namely the kingdom within you; the mind; the psyche; the soul.

“We must not look, but must, as it were, close our eyes and exchange our faculty of vision for another. We must awaken this faculty which everyone possesses, but few people ever use.” – Plotinus

Love & light,


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About Philosopher Muse

An explorer of volition and soul, a song under a night sky and a dream that forever yearns to be.
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