Friday, 1 December 2017

Forced Emotions

The humans have since the times, have dissected the concepts and enacted as per the emotions corresponding as the result of those dissections, which has led to their unnatural associations with events, happenings and people. The author would like its readers to carry this statement, through this write up, atleast, and try and figure out is it really the events which are mattering to all or is it just the information as comprehended or contemplated, based on the summary of those events which has been the source of the emotions, and lets also try and find out are the so called emotions real, natural, or just a artificial projections which happen, upon the dissections, done, upon the individual theorems. The author would urge its readers, to take up a thing or just look towards anything, and not speak or read or hear that thing, and if this may sound or appear to be difficult, then atleast not speak it out or in, for the mind to hear, see or interpret to what the eyes saw, or ears heard or the mouth spoke, lets try to behave in the manner of the person who is the in the drunken state, whose synchronisation between the mind and the carrier, the organs, is somehow not in that order, which is supposedly assumed to be normal, and does the reader realises or feels the essence of the word spoken, sentence/sound heard or the thing touched, is the reader, really able to feel anything, is the mind of the reader able to generate any emotions out from the actions of any of the sensory organs, the organs who were just engaged into the thing, of speech, hearing, touching? Is it really that these organs are able to generate any understanding which may be relevant to the brain, which would be enacting on its own, without being told what those actions means or correspond to?

The brain or the mind, is definitely an active organ an active constituent of ones body, and it plays a pivotal role in carrying the mannerisms of life, but the kind of emotions its subdued with by placing understanding of the event, by virtue of the sensory features of the human body, has been a kind of forced engagement for the brain. The author refraining itself, for passing any judgements of how to be manoeuvring the life and laying its artefacts for better and progressive living, as they may have worked for the author, but not necessarily behave the same, universally, but would like to promote the concept for its readers to explore and expedite. 

Lets try and find out, does the mind, really able to understand all the things, all the pains or all the joy on its own, or is it a part of that very system,  the mind, which tells the entire system to enact, and this part is dependent upon the emotions which trigger the pulse for the brain to revert in a forced emotional output. Lets take up an example, there is tears and mourning if there is a death of a person who is part of the family or a friend, and the body reacts by the flow of tears, but is it the understanding on the mind which made the release of tears, or your thoughts, of the past with that dead person, which made you cry, the remembrance of the happy times which you had, and now no scope of repeating them, has made you shed tears? If this is not the reason, of why tears have flowed, then why don’t they flow when you see the funeral parade of the person, who is either unknown or have been envious with you? The understanding or rather the forced understanding of the things, are leading to the thing called as emotions, and these emotions are somehow behaving in an uncontrolled manner, a chain reaction, and producing things as is the specimen, emotion itself. 

There have been many a teaching, lecturers of reflecting the significance of keeping quite during prayers, or even taking it to the level of self control in the field of yoga, but just keeping the mouth shut, is it really quite, as the author is quite certain, the reader wont be reading this write aloud, but isn’t the reader able to hear its own voice? Well thats the thing, which also needs to be kept quite, isn’t this thing which is always telling you about, when you look at something, what that thing means, if you hear a thing what is meaning of that thing, which results in the person to develop or associate a particular emotion with what has just been conveyed. The author would urge its readers, to try and find if there is anything which the mind would know and appreciate, without you passing it on to it?