To celebrate the first birthday of ‘A Lean Mind’, I’m launching an NFT collection of 5000 NFTs with 100 different items of different scarcity. Each of 100 items is a quotation from the book. I’m happy to be one of the first ever authors on NFT and pave the way for literary arts to break into blockchain.
You can now collect your own A Lean Mind NFT in OpenSea through Polygon blockchain.
Today’s episode of Mind Your Mind Podcast dives into one of the most common emotion of humans: fear.
Ozan and Henna discuss how human evolution influence how we experience fear, how we can observe and understand the meaning behind the emotion, and how we can manage the fear; along with its related feelings such as anxiety, panic, horror, doubt, and insecurity.
Today’s episode of Mind Your Mind Podcast focuses on The Present Moment.
Ozan and Henna dives into the fundamentals of time, past, future, and the present moment. They investigate what ‘being in the present’ means, how to be more present, how to improve the quality of the moment, and how to manage time.
Today’s episode of Mind Your Mind Podcast focuses on the complex processes the mind has to generate thoughts and actions, and the role of emotions and core beliefs in it.
In this episode of Mind Your Mind Podcast, Ozan discusses his journey of transformation where he discovers the key parameters behind actions and thoughts in the mind by applying engineering approach to it.
“Does the Earth know what humans and all the animals are up to? Does it feel the temperature changes? Does it feel the ice melting? Does it feel some living creatures on it are constantly digging and stealing resources from it? Does it feel the heat of all the energy wasted?
What does the Earth know about itself and about you?
The truth is; we are not that much different than the Earth.
Right now, number of microbial cells in your body is more than the human cells in your body. You have so many living creatures in you. You are the Earth for them.”
The Covid-19 Pandemic is a global problem. Whatever we do, we cannot turn it into a power struggle that hurts the underpriviledged. All of us have the responsibility to fix where it hurts the most. Right now, The situation in India is very bad, and it needs our urgent attention. Each day, more than 3,000 people are dying with lack of oxygen. That is more than 2 people per minute. There is a big lack of oxygen supply.
Although we cannot turn the situation around so quickly, we can indeed help. I am starting a fundraiser to donate money to supply masks, PPE kits, bed sheets, hand sanitizers, and funds to refill the oxygen cylinders.
I am asking all my friends to help this cause. Even with a small donation, we might just give enough oxygen to save a life. There is absolutely no small help. You might save a life by donating some amount or even by just sharing this.
I am inviting you to be the change you want to see in the world.
The reality as we perceive is nothing further than what we are able to sense in the moment. Everything else is virtual.
This includes the entire past and the projected future.
When we think about anything, we are basically reducing the ratio of aliveness in the moment, sacrificing the moment for the sake of a memory, a plan, or a thought.
This is just a gentle reminder to bring your attention to the moment. Focus on the moment. Listen to your senses. Listen the moment, look around, feel what you touch, feel the sensations, taste the air.
Breathe in the moment.
Just do this now for one minute and see how you feel. If you get distracted by a thought, then simply bring your attention back to the moment.
It might not be possible to ‘be in the moment’ at all times, and this is why I call the concept as the percentage of precence. We are humans, therefore we are supposed to feel emotions and think. We are supposed to remember memories, we are supposed to feel, we are supposed to think about the future. But sometimes, we might just forget to feel the moment.
Feel the moment.
You can read more about the percentage of presence and where the time flows in ‘A Lean Mind’ – Link in Bio.
“We live through physical means. That is how we have a human experience. Our power and inspiration, on the other hand, comes from beyond the energy and the matter.’
From the Book ‘A Lean Mind’
I am engineering nerd at heart, always has been. Since I was a kid, I was crazy about explaining the universe and everything around me in a scientific way. And I was crazy following the latest scientific discovery and exploration.
I see science, religion, and spirituality converge at one point. They are not different ends of a spectrum. They are the whole spectrum, viewed from different angles.
More I get into science, more it proves that there is more than what we see. More I get into religion, more I realize the holy books ask humans to discover and explore more. More I get into spirituality, more I realize that deep consciousness spirit needs to work with the materialistic world.
I love learning about all the religions and views. I have been reading Buddhist texts recently, and one thing that I saw reminded me of these lines from ‘A Lean Mind’. ‘The Middle Way’ is a path where we fully physically exist in the moment, and yet we still experience the deep consciousness of the spirit. Ego runs the body and the mind, but we are aware of our true self beyond ego.
We are humans. We live in a materialistic world, but we feel there is more. The power and the intention comes from something beyond and deeper. But the motion and the action is generated through the body and the mind.
“Everyone has a side you do not know, just like even you have a side that you do not know yet.”
From the Book ‘A Lean Mind’
How excited are you to find out this side of yourself?
Hint: The possibilities are unlimited.
To find out, first step is removing the identifications.
All of them.
Identifications are all the adjectives, names, and qualities we attach to ourselves. They shape our perception of ourselves, and they limit our perception of our true potential. The identity is shaped mostly by comparison to others around us and the society we live in.
The truth is, even you don’t know who you truly are. But not knowing is the beauty of it. The less you know about something, the more possibility the subject has.
The only thing that prevents you to be a different person right now is your identification about yourself that is created and stored in nothing more than your own mind.