The Fear Of Silence

What is existential fear and how does it control your thinking?

Isn’t the mind a crowded place? Thoughts speak so loudly sometimes… and between them there is a space of possible silence we catch very very rarely, as well we do not use it or think through it: We think through thoughts only, which makes us limited thinkers, thinking through ideas, and not observers observing without ideas through the silence.

We believe there’s nothing in there in the silent spaces, and we fear to be psychologically nothing right? Isn’t it true?

But it is from that inter-space between thoughts that the voices come… and they come to claim the whole area of the mind back…
to depurate the lot of parts of the psyche, such as imagination and visionariness, perceptiveness and intuition, from the contamination and the ramification of identity and social constructs, conditioning’s and outside pressure…

But whenever and wherever that silence activates, then we become psychologically nothing: identity is no longer there; the mind is finally private… no longer overcrowded, nor ceaselessly occupied.

The silent nothing is the fringe-border between your conditioned and identitarian “comfort/discomfort-area” and the whole area occupied by your natural psyche where all the parts of the mind can co-work, co-think and co-evolve together…

In there, if you go there, then the mind is free. Right there is the psychological natural ecosystem in intelligent evolution as like it’s supposed to be. No longer a slave of belief and a prostitute of identity…

In there your inner voices unify themselves with the whole talk and speech of the mind in equilibrium… conditioning’s are gone,
psychological serenity and radical psycho-intimate understanding takes over the whole inner space