Mind Graffiti

The fears from within when I’m having fever dreams! It’s 68 in here, but I’ve got a temperature of 103 degree’s!

Without permission, thoughts become dominant that used to be submissive and are now trapped inside one of the five contextual dimensions~progressive! Up against the wall, I’ll show it all…

~!MIND GRAFFITI!~

This ink is my blood that sets the stage for my words to leap out of the sentence and up off of this page!

Sometimes, they go up into thin air, my thoughts, as I catch myself thinking, “what the fuck am I doing here”? Other times, I’m immersed from the ceiling to the floor, while I’m screaming, “PLEASE, NO FUCKING MORE”!!!

Silence is deafening! So, silently I scream as my mind sprays graffiti!

Stay up. Stay human too though!

#inthegrip #whiteknuckles #builtnotbought

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  1. I like this, ”

    Without permission, thoughts become dominant that used to be submissive and are now trapped inside one of the five contextual dimensions~progressive! Up against the wall, I’ll show it all…

    ~!MIND GRAFFITI!~”

    Could you please explain, the five contextual dimensions?
    I am unsure if you are talking about the big 5 personality traits or the 5 contextual dimensions of organization..

    In my mind, both could fit into this scenario.

    But on other sides of the spectrum..
    thought on the wall, like graffitti!!! Brilliant Expression!!!!!

    Dominance… vs… submissive!!!!
    Thoughts taking you over, begging them to stop…
    asking “please, no fucking more”

    While you are a writer and graphic designer, I wish I could see your thoughts released in color all over the wall.

    1. well, it all comes down to, which one, today, will win, personalities, structure, or organizations. If one can conceptualize the mind as an organization, than, they both will fit in. You mentioned the Big 5, and to be honest, I am pleasantly surprised you are aware of them. I tend to agree with Gordon Allport though, when he suggests that there are 4,000 different personality traits, because, on the daily, I feel each and every one of them and sometimes, more than once. This is why, at times, it is so hard to explain what it is like to be me and my mind sprays graffiti!

      1. I agree with Gordon Allport too.
        I think its interesting to look into the 3 different categories that he has created.
        Most specifically, Cardinal Traits!
        Really can make or break you in this world.
        They say, all you have is your name.
        Which, I personally disagree with…

        I think the cardinal traits go along with this post more than just, “how someone is defined or known as.”

        Relating back to, “Without permission, thoughts become dominant that used to be submissive and are now trapped inside one of the five contextual dimensions~progressive! Up against the wall, I’ll show it all…

        ~!MIND GRAFFITI!~,”
        This again!!

        Thoughts that dominate! How are these thoughts influenced by our personality?

        Is it bad that I think I know I have more than one personality, and each of them are influenced by different things?

        At the end of the day, this post really made me think about how hard it is to deal with thoughts emotions and expressions of these.

        1. Well, though I am a fan of Freud’s three level theory, the preconscious, the conscious, and the unconscious minds, I do believe there to be many more than three. I don’t beleieve everyone’s minds to be different in the fact that everyone has a different amount of layers as much as I do that everyone accesses them differently and some, not so freely. “The Power of Will”, if you will. It is sort of like the 10 percent myth, you know, where humans supposedly only use 10% of there brains? Well, the mind is a layer of the brain, a percentage of the percentage, to me anyways, and it has layers, facets, and labrynths. For me, this is where I tend to go to get lost when things are good and also, when things are bad. This place, my mind, is where I spend most of my time when I’m on a manic, you know, a high? Graffiti of my mind!

        2. I find this to be an interesting thought, access vs activated. I do believe we all have the same/similar composition of the brain. But it is how these areas or “layers” are activated by our emotion, behaviors, experience, and genetic make up. Once an area of the brain is accessed and activated a mind set can be created. We can also develop a mindsets, and that is where I see access being denied, it is out of my physical control, well so it seems. They say say, “nothing is impossible.” Am I the one holding myself back? Are habits of mind prohibiting me? Or am I resisting self-restraint & control?

          I guess that connects to the Power of Will, or “will power”. *Side not, I had no idea Nietzche believed/created this concept.

          I really appreciate your reference/analogy!! Layers, facets, labyrinths!!

          Can we add, peeks and valleys?

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