The human mind is one of the most important organs in our body. Scholars define mind as the set of cognitive faculties, including consciousness, perception, thinking, judgment, and memory. It is also defined as the faculty of an entity’s thought and consciousness. An average person needs to understand that it is the mind which cultivates initial input and translates into many constructive and destructive ideas. What conspires and transpires in the human mind that an individual’s life revolves around it decisively. The decision which could be profitable, or damaging is subjective. However, objective analysis will explore the parameters of its boundaries to constrain the volatility of mind and motives.
Though the subject by itself is quite exhaustive in nature, however, I am touching its expansive nature peripherally. This concise and conclusive topic, highlights not only the salient features, but also the hidden information within its meaning and concepts. It also needs to comprehend its roots and source of concept benefitting humanity. To achieve the above, we need to explore the creation reality and purpose. It will help individual and society constructively, thereby, giving birth to a maturity and humility among masses.
This is the beginning of life in this materialistic world, yet, it needs to travel spiritually within this existence. The creation is a continuous process through different realms prior to reaching a destination which could be good or bad depending on an individual’s performance. This culminating point is again limited to one particular realm. The Creator’s plans and executions of creations is a continuous process on a predetermined path.
The journey commences in a simple way, but develops desires which are tangible or tacit. It means probing within the mental agility will explore implicit happenings. However, tangibility needs physical touch and feel. Point to ponder is that tangibility leans towards perception. Hence, it is some reality, but not total reality. Here, the impact comes into play, which on its own perception can be deep-rooted or peripheral depending upon mind’s growth.
Carol S. Dweck, a psychologist on the faculty at Stanford University, proposed mindset theory to understand the effects of the beliefs that individuals hold for the nature of intelligence. It is also stated that mindset is divided in two segments; one is fixed and the other is growth. The fixed mindset relies on feedback, whereas the growth corresponds to success. Thus, the scholars evaluate the thoughts and impacts accordingly based on the what avenues it is left open to debate and discussion.
It is said that everyone is responsible to understand of their own mind through introspection. Others can only evaluate or read subjectively depending upon what is being revealed either directly or indirectly. Although the ‘thought’ that generates valuable information is subjectively inclined yet to objectively show powerful impact. Hence, these are two sides of the same coin. The impact correspondingly sways and surges within these parameters with its limitations. However, when broader values and new vistas are open then it travels into expansive territories revealing mind-boggling meanings and concepts.
The arguments revolve around thoughts prior to associating with impacts. If the thoughts are powerful then it shows profound impact and leaves a successful trail for people to reflect upon it. Otherwise, it gets relegated into some corner of memories eventually diminishes leaving no traces.