Just Ghost Reflections Off the Mirrors of Our Mind!

What you see …

What you experience …

What you feel, touch, taste, sense, hear …

in so-called reality …

is just our mind’s

best guess

of what really exists.

We see holograms …

We see hallucinations …

We see our conscious

interpretations of what

may or

may not

really exist!

What I See

may be experienced

and projected differently

in my mind

than in your mind.

Maybe

slightly different colors …

shades …

shapes …

images …

A different World!

We see not from the ‘outside-in!’

No!

We see from the ‘inside-out!’

Yes!

Without these holograms …

Without our controlled hallucinations …

Without our consciousness …

There is No Real World!

And as

I’ve posted before…

maybe,

we just see

Ghost Reflections

off

the Mirrors

in

Our Mind!

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Monica Timbal agrees:

We look from inside out until we see from outside in!

Yes. Inside out; outside in; and upside down…

54 Comments Add yours

  1. judybarbera says:

    Very deep!

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    1. Yes! Like Korean Kimchi!

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  2. Ennle Madresan says:

    LOVE this one!! I definitely see from “inside, out”…and I’m convinced that without any help from “substances” I’ve hallucinated most of my relationships… 🙂

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    1. Yes! Definitely! As you are hallucinating this post!🤓

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      1. Ennle Madresan says:

        Oh no, don’t say that…I’ll add paranoia to the mix, haha! 🙂

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      2. 👻Just Ghost reflections!

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      3. Ennle Madresan says:

        🙂

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  3. Amy Barbera says:

    Dad I love this so much!!! I love the picture so much too!! I see our little family picture in your picture too! So Creative!!!!! 🙂

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  4. da-AL says:

    deep & true 🙂

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    1. Yes. Deep Kimchi! An expression from my Korean days.

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      1. da-AL says:

        a great one! 🙂

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  5. Carlo Espiritu says:

    Everything in your blog is so… abstract. So, this is how you see the world? Anyway, thanks for letting me know you exist. 🙂

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    1. A lot of my art and writing has an ancient and spiritual look and feel. Why? See my post, Angels in the Shade!

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  6. we look from inside out until we see from outside in 🙂

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      1. hahah! something along those lines

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      2. Yes. Inside out; outside in; and upside down…

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  7. Rocky Shores says:

    Oh my gad! I luv it!

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    1. I appreciate that, indeed!

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    1. Halbarbera says:

      Thanks! Sometimes “I’m Far From the Shallow Now!”

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  8. gemstrong63 says:

    I love these patterns you make with words, they are like scattered thoughts running across paper. This one is currently my favourite. Until the next one comes along of course, I’m fickle like that.

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  9. Moises Ramos says:

    As within, as without, beautiful poem!

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  10. Plato looked through s glass darkly in his cave and saw backwards shadows.

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    1. Halbarbera says:

      As did Leonardo Di Vinci…

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  11. Salvador Dali
    painted my reality.
    I think I’m now
    in some surreal trouble 🤔

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    1. Halbarbera says:

      Freudian theory underpins Dalí’s attempts at forging a visual language capable of rendering his dreams and hallucinations. These account for some of the iconic and now ubiquitous images through which Dalí achieved tremendous fame during his lifetime and beyond.

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  12. pooja rani says:

    speechless 👏👏

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  13. Sandi Staton says:

    Helen Heller couldn’t have summed it up better 😊

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    1. Halbarbera says:

      Helen Heller Agency sums up Mirrors:

      Please don’t have your heroine assess her looks in the mirror for the benefit of the reader. Who looks at themselves & thinks ‘I have brown eyes…’?

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  14. Sandi Staton says:

    I meant Helen Keller not Helen Heller for Peat’s sake! WordPress needs to come up with a better way of editing comments, don’t you think??

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Halbarbera says:

      It’s not WordPress! As a former computer type, I’d fire the spellchecker team! They s#*k big time!

      Liked by 1 person

  15. Dear friend, very deep words. ❤ Thank you for sharing.
    Allow me to share:
    “reality is a myth crafted by smiths
    Which version is worse fourth or fifth”

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    1. Halbarbera says:

      Poetic truth…
      Not
      A fourth or fifth

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      1. Is it sixth then?

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      2. Halbarbera says:

        Hopefully sixth sense

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      3. That makes sense 😉

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    1. Halbarbera says:

      Thanks for the reblog…

      Like

  16. This is very insightful, along the lines of thoughts I am starting to have about our individual reality and perceptions.

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    1. Halbarbera says:

      Yes…Our perceptions influence how we focus on, process, remember, interpret, understand, synthesize, decide about, and act on reality. In doing so, our tendency is to assume that how we perceive reality is an accurate representation of what reality truly is.

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      1. I am going to have to come back to your blog to get fed some more. I am beyond intrigued.

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      2. Halbarbera says:

        Thanks…appreciate your comments and support!

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  17. Ananda says:

    ‘Senses perceive objects
    Mind perceives the senses
    I perceive the mind’

    What a beautiful piece Hal

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Halbarbera says:

      Thank you for your read and your excellent quote.

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