Mind Lines: Learn To Travel Your Thoughts
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Mind Lines: Learn To Travel Your Thoughts

Your mind is a maze and thoughts can be seen as either obstacles or building blocks. Let's look at how our mind is designed in lines to create our thinking.

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Thoughts carry form, and energy. They can be much more than an idea or an image floating inside your head. Our thoughts are like objects, and our mind is an interpreter for the information they are built from. In this article we will explore what we call Mind Lines, which is a model to help us bridge together mental pathways for connecting thinking, by becoming aware of the subtle attributes involved that animate our internal world.

By understanding how these mind lines work, we become equipped with tools to navigate our emotions, reactions, and further understand how these lines of thinking are created, and how to shift lines.

What Are Mind Lines?

To begin to understand what Mind Lines are, it is important that we first go over how we think about the Mind.

Your mind is similar to a computer. It can both download, store, update, and run programs. Your mind is a dynamic computing system - and thoughts are just an input layer. Thoughts are filtered through your mental interface and the result of that can be an action or more sessions of thinking.

Our minds are constantly computing data and information with the function to better understand our dynamically changing role in the world, on a minute to minute basis. It is always processing and running in the background of your experience. The mind is an invisible machine that interprets the environment of your individual self.

If thoughts are objects, than Mind Lines are a graph of how thoughts connect. You may have even heard at some point someone say "follow my line of thinking", which indicates that any singular idea or perspective is built from a line of travel, to end up at the point where an idea is located.

Those lines, are created from thoughts - and every thought has a set of next potential thoughts that branch from the original one. Similar to check points, a thought can be a resting point, with many potential new lines to travel to. Every idea has the possibility to be scaled and zoomed in more.

Mind Lines are like a spider web, connecting dots within our internal net system. The more dots that connect, the greater intensity of the area. Similar to collecting resources. If an idea has only a few resources, the idea is not that strong, yet. If an idea has many resources - simply there are points that can be made to validate it.

However, if an idea has more materials to build from, the greater the complexity potential, with more types of angles that can be made to form conclusions. This becomes especially becomes true when the amount of resources multiply, and your own selectivity can become a factor in creating predictable patterns of thinking.

This is why later on, it becomes increasingly important to learn How To Authenticate Your Thoughts so you can be aware of how your own personal value system can be a directing force that determines how you are selecting your thinking.

Thoughts Are Objects That String Together

We've already discussed how a single thought can be composed of multiple components. One thought is a package or cluster of other thoughts relating to the same topic, each adding a piece to the whole to give the illusion of one thing.

If someone put a small object inside a cardboard box, and you could only view the box from the outside - how would you be able to tell that the object is inside? Similar to Compression, a thought only appears to be one thing because of the nature of perspective and viewing things from their external surface.

The process of thinking serves the function of unboxing a single idea with the intention of creating more detail from from it. The process of scaling through a thought is another process called Magnification. To magnify is to make something appear larger than it is. Another way to think about that is to bring something closer in view, Thoughts work exactly this way. In fact, this is a natural law of perspective and geometry,

Learning To Recognize Thought Travel

Our minds work like an interconnected network, traveling along pathways and internal highway systems that lead to different  zones and landscapes where thoughts and potential is stored.

Our mind is a tool, that can be optimized and upgraded, and it's built from the inside. It has surfaces and slides that you can learn to tap into. From within your internal world, you can begin to design your mind and visualize these different zones where thoughts are ready to be unpacked and explored.

Science still does not know where thoughts exist. Whether they simply a phenomenon of brain function or not - we see it that the mind is an interface for collecting and displaying data, and processing logic, which gets interpreted and translated to create a seamless experience of our sense of self. The mind has a direct connection to animating you here on Earth.

Just as thoughts are their own objects suspended in a grid of space waiting to be unzipped by your super computer, your mind travels lines to connect thinking.

Thoughts are their own objects, suspended in a grid of space, waiting to be unzipped by your super computer. Thoughts are connected through Mind Lines.

Connecting the dots of thoughts is easier than you think - you just have to visualize the first thought you have clearly, and your mind will naturally serve another thought to branch onto.

Learning to be fully aware of this mechanism of your mind takes time, and it something you should aim to further understand.

In the same way a computer will run one program, then look for the next file to run another program - your mind works exactly the same way,

Over the years with the involvement of spirituality and philosophy, there is an idea that the mind and it's ability to think thoughts is a process that you should learn how to shut down - to quiet your mind and not become your thoughts.

This isn't necessary when you learn to use your mind as a tool.

When you use your mind as if it is a utility that can serve you in designing your life, you can turn on/off Mind Modes, which are helpers to prompt you into a state of mind required for what you need to do. Change often, and change when necessary. Learning how to Transition into a new state is an essential step in designing your reality.