The Breakdown

Mind | ful • Components

Mindfulling – What a word… Let’s take a moment to break down what we have learned so far:

Mind = Experiencing anything that is above optimal pressure from unwanted thoughts popping up. The word arises as thinking produces negative emotions.

ful/fulling = My Mind’s Mental Health Clinic. A supply of counter-movements stabilises my higher mental pressure by acting as a relief valve. In a session or ritual, I reverse the negative sensations with positive reinforcement and create a temporary, artificial space. ‘Ful’ implies both the programmed and conscious management of aiding thought, which is an automatic day-to-day and manual on-demand service.

I once abused my clinic and suppressed my problems all the time. But now, I only visit when things get too much.

Being Mindful is the makings of an Inhouse Pressure Management System. It is a way for me to settle down using a series of pleasantries that dislodges my attention away from the clutter. Mindful also blends-in outside forces such as touch, music, taste, aromas, along with the most common force, other people’s positive thoughts or instructions on how to interchange my state of mind and inflate my unreality with opposite sensations so that I perceive a calm and peaceful setting.

Therefore, the Mindful World locates and uses happy parts of my memory, or of our collective memory. It then refines and livens them up into more desirable projections, so that my attention jumps the border into another state with a new scene. Being Mindful itself isn’t necessarily a bad thing. It’s when you become reliant or addicted to the Mindfulling process that things go off the rails, especially for those operating with a Highly Sensitive Mind.


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Too easy, yeah? Next we’ll learn the Mindless ABCs in the Language Centre. I have listed a number of terms used throughout this site with tweaked definitions to help cater for 2.0.