The Mind With Light of Reflection


Take a look outside the window. In your room, there's little light during the morning. Open your mind with the reflection of light from within your room by giving the chance to the energy from sunlight to shower your imagination with seconds of feelings.

Mirror reflection

I saw it myself, it's this energy of reflection that makes sense and wakes up the feelings. Imagined living happily by the natural flow of the imagined ideas in moments of a true reflection of feelings.

I can feel myself in every echoing voice reflected by the walls of my room. It's a tunnel vision in some ways of imagination.  The light has to do magic works with my vision upon the things around me.

We can see things by reflection and not only our eyes, and many other objects in our natural and the real world can be seen because of the light in our minds and our environment.

Reflection is a personal cognitive process a person takes an experience from an outside world gets inside the mind synthesizes, and also soaks it up, makes a relation to other experiences, moreover filters it through personal perception.

"The cosmos is evolving toward greater self-reflection, allowing us to open the eye of Spirit and see our source." -Alex Grey

The deep perception of ourselves and the universe works best with light. If you can't see it with your eyes, you can feel it and see it with your mind as the reflection of reality.

  • We have an intuitive insight into our Existence and an internal clear perception of who we are. In every Act of Sensation, Reasoning, or Thinking, we are mindful of ourselves of our being.

  • Aristotle, for example, claims that a person must, while perceiving anything, also perceive their existence (De Sensu 7.448a), a claim suggestive of the view that consciousness encompasses self-consciousness.

  • The first-person pronoun “I”; is a term with which one might be said to refer to oneself as oneself (Sainsbury 2011).

  • Form of self-acquaintance, claiming that “everyone is presented to himself in a special and primitive way” (Frege 1918–1919: 333)

I see myself happy and sad sometimes. Emptiness has to be a refreshing sense of closed doors and windows of the very room I occupy at some points.

"One of the greatest tragedies in life is to lose your own sense of self and accept the version of you that is expected by everyone else." -K.L. Toth

Reflection as a change in direction following the transformation of things in one's life has the quality of being a life changer. Directing yourself into different phases of life requires energy.

The difference between actions and reality has to be screened with education and responsibility. The changing world is a result of changing our perception as well as changing our minds to reflect reality.

"The journey into self-love and self-acceptance must begin with self-examination… until you take the journey of self-reflection, it is almost impossible to grow or learn in life."- Iyanla Vanzant

You can't find it if you can't reflect on it with the light. Knowledge and ideas must come through Imagined possibility and the feasible nature of materialization.

The mind as a mirror has the power to reflect the core truth if only there's a chance for the light to be cast upon it.


It's the same energy we require to see the other side of our lives. The energy reflects and casts feelings and a sense of presence. It's always somebody with one's ideas perceived as the morning of reference.

Our world systems are a true reflection of the human ego and more especially of their reactive minds. The thoughts presented by the very minds are absorbed collectively to create a sense of a foundation for the consciousness of the reality we can see and feel.

More importantly, we can reflect our feelings through artistic experience in music, paintings, drawings, and dancing as well as acting. The reflective function of our minds is an exceptional one. It's a work of the human mind in instincts of imagination and self-reflection.

As the sun goes down the hill, the reflection becomes even more colorful.


That dark side of our feelings is hidden in the meaning of lost moments. Moments shape the story. The prettiest doll of every child is the one that smiles back to life.

To develop and focus needs consciousness through reflective imagination. Our life experiences as a doll draw memories in our minds that shape our imagination and thinking, therefore affecting our perspective points of reality sensibly.

Like a young mind letting your light reflect on the doll. There is your image of reflection. Reflection is the energy that keeps you company in every moment you imagine of your life simply because you got something to do to achieve, fail to learn, and stumble to become strong.

Reflection takes the mind as a medium of imaging reality and transformation.

  • The view of the mind's images reflects reality with the light of what is happening outside.
  • Reflection starts with light from within and manifests immensely in the physical world. The light of the physical world activates it with imagination.
  • The parts of reality and mind reflection can be separated and connected by the whole idea and meaning as a shape of the truth and the self.
  • A meaningful time of the image and shape emerging in the reality is not so different but somewhat the same in distance and manifestation.

Speaking of the same light is knowing there is only one light however there are two lights, daylight, and an occasional moonlight. Daylight reflects on regular ones while moonlight reflects on irregular ones.

Lostness is felt good if you are lost completely in the things that matter to life. Being lost in the energy of reflection is better than being lost without light.

Absorbing energy and reflecting it occurs with the property of the world. The nature of the world has never been able to reflect the total reality but absorb it partly.

The mind has the power to absorb and reflect the truth. The true reflection and absorption of the nature of reality are deeply rooted inside the mind. The function of the self is highly responsible for making sense of one’s background.


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