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Wanderings of Mind

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Mind is mysteriously extreme and extremely huge factory of sounds of thoughts. Mind is the partner role of brain and brain is the labyrinth of various numerous and unlimited imaginative perceptives, predictive innovations and periodic assertiveness.

Mind is the huge factory of memory making, recalling the moments saved in it sometimes it make so vague images that could hardly memorize by the time be needed. And sometimes it’s so active at neurons that one may get full-fledged webbed in so many and various cores of actions.

Mind is actually a man; this mind is infact a main magnetic and gigantic drive which controls the leadings of actions and reactions. The mind product is actually the action product, the mind thought is actually the converse reality for the appearance but it is also true that’s sometimes external realities effect the inner realities the appearance may act and contrast the image with the inner life of thought and imageries.

Despite of the theories around the world regarding brain and mind mystery the mind is the house that holds so many wanderings of thoughts and memories. The wandering of mind brings the frets sometimes, sometimes the joys, sometimes inclined towards physical realities, sometimes towards innovative and mysterious realities, sometimes beyond reaching vibes; sometimes the nearest and tiniest objects and sometimes just to kill the worldly time …….

The wandering of mind is a myth sometimes the involved needed but human start taking flight to another place to another world, to another personalities to know them to scroll their fate stories ………

Theories of mind and its function are numerous. Earliest recorded speculations are from the likes of Zoroaster, the Buddha, Plato, Aristotle, and other ancient Greek, Indian and, later, Islamic and medieval European philosophers.

Pre-modern understandings of the mind, such as the neoplatonic “nous” saw it as an aspect of the soul, in the sense of being both divine and immortal, linking human thinking with the un-changing ordering principle of the cosmos itself.

Which attributes make up the mind is much debated. Some psychologists argue that only the “higher” intellectual functions constitute mind, particularly reason and memory. In this view the emotions—love, hate, fear, joy—are more primitive or subjective in nature and should be seen as different from the mind as such. Others argue that various rational and emotional states cannot be so separated, that they are of the same nature and origin, and should therefore be considered all part of what we call the mind.

In popular usage mind is frequently synonymous with thought: the private conversation with ourselves that we carry on “inside our heads.” Thus we “make up our minds,” “change our minds” or are “of two minds” about something. One of the key attributes of the mind in this sense is that it is a private sphere to which no one but the owner has access.

No one else can “know our mind.” They can only interpret what we consciously or unconsciously communicate. Broadly speaking, mental faculties are the various functions of the mind, or things the mind can “do”.
Thought is a mental activity which allows human beings to make sense of things in the world, and to represent and interpret them in ways that are significant, or which accord with their needs, attachments, goals, commitments, plans, ends, desires, etc.

Thinking involves the symbolic or semiotic mediation of ideas or data, as when we form concepts, engage in problem solving, reasoning and making decisions. Words that refer to similar concepts and processes include deliberation, cognition, ideation, discourse and imagination.

Thinking is sometimes described as a “higher” cognitive function and the analysis of thinking processes is a part of cognitive psychology. It is also deeply connected with our capacity to make and use tools; to understand cause and effect; to recognize patterns of significance; to comprehend and disclose unique contexts of experience or activity; and to respond to the world in a meaningful way.

Memory is the ability to preserve, retain, and subsequently recall, knowledge, information or experience. Although memory has traditionally been a persistent theme in philosophy, the late nineteenth and early twentieth century’s also saw the study of memory emerge as a subject of inquiry within the paradigms of cognitive psychology. In recent decades, it has become one of the pillars of a new branch of science called cognitive neuroscience, a marriage between cognitive psychology and neuroscience.

Imagination is the activity of generating or evoking novel situations, images, ideas or other qualia in the mind. It is a characteristically subjective activity, rather than a direct or passive experience. The term is technically used in psychology for the process of reviving in the mind percepts of objects formerly given in sense perception.

Since this use of the term conflicts with that of ordinary language, some psychologists have preferred to describe this process as “imaging” or “imagery” or to speak of it as “reproductive” as opposed to “productive” or “constructive” imagination. Things that are imagined are said to be seen in the “mind’s eye”.
Among the many practical functions of imagination are the ability to project possible futures (or histories), to “see” things from another’s perspective, and to change the way something is perceived, including to make decisions to respond to, or enact, what is imagined.

Consciousness in mammals (this includes humans) is an aspect of the mind generally thought to comprise qualities such as subjectivity, sentience, and the ability to perceive the relationship between oneself and one’s environment. It is a subject of much research in philosophy of mind, psychology, neuroscience, and cognitive science.

Some philosophers divide consciousness into phenomenal consciousness, which is subjective experience itself, and access consciousness, which refers to the global availability of information to processing systems in the brain.

Phenomenal consciousness has many different experienced qualities, often referred to as qualia. Phenomenal consciousness is usually consciousness of something or about something, a property known as intentionality in philosophy of mind.

Philosophy of mind describes the nature of the mind, mental events, mental functions, mental properties, consciousness and their relationship to the physical body. The mind-body problem, i.e. the relationship of the mind to the body, is commonly seen as the central issue in philosophy of mind, although there are other issues concerning the nature of the mind that do not involve its relation to the physical body.

Dualism and monism are the two major schools of thought that attempt to resolve the mind-body problem. Dualism is the position that mind and body are in some way separate from each other. It can be traced back to Plato, Aristotle and the Samkhya and Yoga schools of Hindu philosophy, but it was most precisely formulated by René Descartes in the 17th century.

Substance dualists argue that the mind is an independently existing substance, whereas Property dualists maintain that the mind is a group of independent properties that emerge from and cannot be reduced to the brain, but that it is not a distinct substance.

The 20th century philosopher Martin Heidegger suggested that subjective experience and activity (i.e. the “mind”) cannot be made sense of in terms of Cartesian “substances” that bear “properties” at all (whether the mind itself is thought of as a distinct, separate kind of substance or not).

This is because the nature of subjective, qualitative experience is incoherent in terms of – or semantically incommensurable with the concept of – substances that bear properties. This is a fundamentally ontological argument.

The wandering of mind is the approach to the unknowns, to unseen, to the miraculous attachments, to the involvement of natural resources, inclination to instinctive realities and to because of the sense’s flights ….. However the perception is there, inception is there and insidious signs are there to the sensitive souls who can tele and understand the layers and waves of the mind workings.

Positiveness, negativeness, assertiveness and perceptiveness are the web for the wandering of mind they keep on the track if the existence and existing realities stay in shape and they will be open to the hideous ways if they can’t be maneuvered well ………

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