The Traditional Mindful Version

No doubt, one should be mindful in life, in terms of being aware of events, one’s surroundings and the like. But what exactly is Mindful made of and what are the consequences?

How far do we go in Mindfulling ourselves up?

Mindfulling – What Is It?

Being Mindful on things while also being Mindlessly Aware at this newer level can go hand in hand, even though each represents a different dimension. In fact, I would say it’s the best way to go after exploring all other options.

‘Mindfulling’ is a simple way of stabilising  one or more heavier ideas,  by using force from  other opposite ideas  that produce lighter sensations by means of compensation thru an interchange. Also, coupling in is a range of soft external inputs; sight, touch, taste, sound and smell in such things as music, aromas, rainbows, herbs, etc., which is obviously effective in helping me settle down when needed.

My Mind’s Mental Health Clinic refines and replays pleasant thoughts from my memory when they are successfully called upon, and my attention shifts away from the clutter or any unpleasant thoughts trying to gain centre stage. All the while I continue to take in these outside factors which act as extra cushioning.

And, if what serves up in my mind doesn’t work out too well… then I will keep refining my imagery until I find something that does. In fact, I won’t stop until I get the job done by calling for extra positive reinforcements to establish a strong ‘artificial space’, which plays a dominant role in my life.

Mindfulness or Mindfulling is about turning my frown upside down by using either a programmed/automatic or conscious/manual effort to stabilise my state of mind. Either way, this creates a lighter space around me for when things get too much to handle. Therefore, it picks me up when I’m feeling down.

The Mindful Injection

Injecting god as belief

As my Mindful medicine kicks in, I feel relaxed. Subtle movements have now relocated my attention away from the pressure, and it is exactly what I wanted. Finally, after a massive build-up of undesirable thinking, I’m in a state  where I no longer care about time,  which was always my end goal.

Instead, my pressures get suppressed by successfully rerouting my energy into a blanketing positive sensation, and what a relief that is.


Time in mindless slang = The repetitive haunts of Yesterday and an overwhelming worry of Tomorrow that fill my mind.

Time can be a serious pain in the butt!

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