Clear Mind

How to clear our minds?

Clarity of mind is important in many aspects of life. Clarity helps us to be more productive, to enjoy life more fully, and to grow spiritually. With time and experience, we might notice that it is a very difficult task. to clear our mind from what exactly?


We face many obstacles:

  • Noise – Fog – Distractions
    • Focus
  • Lies and subjective truth 
  • Accuracy of expression 
    • Reflections and psychology – Time limits
    • Careful use of languages 
  • ‘Toxic’ people 
    • Connections with people
  • War – Uncertainties – Strategy
    • Discrepancies of strategies – between reality and theory
    • Traps and the unknown – The unexpected
    • Evils and necessities – Defences and means
  • Morality and ethical dilemmas
    • Sympathy and pity 
  • Time management

  • Strategy – Identification and new planning – Action steps
    • Setups and integration – Research
      • Updates 
    • Apartments 
    • Businesses 
      • Systems 
      • Banks accountants 
      • Lawyers
        • Requests 
      • Law Backgrounds  – What is law? 
      • Marketing and newsletters
    • Order 
    • Plans – Drawing Graphs 
    • Logical –
      • Purpose 
      • Goals 
      • Outcomes
      • Input 
        • Strategic Verbs + phrase 
    • Emotional – balanced 
      • Rested and clear 
    • Psychological
      • Collective unconsciousness and knowledge 
      • Alter dynamics
  • Capture and Editing – Recovery
  • Financial 
    • Cashflow
    • Learning 
      • Planning Learning Agenda  
      • Reading 
      • Reflection 
      • Writing Definitions 
      • Applying 
      • Corrections and overcoming – Improving 
      • Testing – Exploration and understanding 
      • Socially – Boundaries and resistances 
      • Slowing – Smaller doses
      • Knowledge – preparations – Predictions
      • Ideas generations – Foundations – Maps – 
        • Adaption 
        • Recovery and healing – Buildings 
      • A.I. 
        • Exploitation and morality 
        • ChatGpt – Weakness
          • Objective Truth?  
        • Dangers and risks 
      • Accounting
        • BalanceSheet
        • Income Statement 
        • Cashflow Statment
      • History 
      • Marketing and selling – Books 


 But he also wonders about himself, that he is not able to learn to forget and that he always hangs onto past things. No matter how far or how fast he runs, this chain runs with him. It is something amazing: the moment, in one sudden motion there, in one sudden motion gone, before nothing, afterwards nothing, nevertheless comes back again as a ghost and disturbs the tranquillity of each later moment. A leaf is continuously released from the roll of time, falls out, flutters away—and suddenly flutters back again into the man’s lap. For the man says, “I remember,” and envies the beast, which immediately forgets and sees each moment really perish, sink back in cloud and night, and vanish forever…. Thus a beast can be nothing other than honest. By contrast, the human being resists the large and ever increasing burden of the past, which pushes him down or bows him over. It makes his way difficult, like an invisible and dark burden which he can for appearances’ sake even deny, and which he is only too happy to deny in his interactions with his peers, in order to awaken their envy. Thus, it moves him, as if he remembered a lost paradise, to see the grazing herd or, something more closely familiar, the child, which does not yet have a past to deny and plays in blissful blindness between the fences of the past and the future. Nonetheless this game must be upset for the child. He will be summoned all too soon out of his forgetfulness. For he learns to understand the expression “It was,” that password with which struggle, suffering, and weariness come over human beings, so as to remind him what his existence basically is—a never completed past tense. If death finally brings the longed for forgetting, it nevertheless thereby destroys present existence and thus impresses its seal on the knowledge that existence is only an uninterrupted living in the past [Gewesensein], something which exists for the purpose of self-denial, self-destruction, and self-contradiction.  – On the Use and Abuse of History for Life (1874)

  • Life natural obstacles –  On Humanity  
    • Deconstruction and softening 
    • Complex continuous Trauma


How to deal with all that? what is our purpose and what do we want to do? what do we want to want? what does our will command?
Infinite questions in this infinite world and paths ahead of us. Is there a ‘Solution’? Is life itself a problem or something to embrace?

War is the father of all and king of all. He renders some gods, others men; he makes some slaves, others free. ― Heraclitus, Fragments – 500BC

We do not possess much time on our hands – Life is too short to reflect on meaningless things. Although The mere act of reflection and writing is helpful generally, we are not able to pause for 2 years on random activities or experiences, though just sitting alone in our room with ourselves offers us enough material to reflect for eternity ahead. So it seems we need to be as accurate and purposeful in our reflection, knowing how to economize our attention, energies, and efforts.
It is not that we have so little time but that we lose so much. … The life we receive is not short but we make it so; we are not ill provided but use what we have wastefully. ― Lucius Annaeus Seneca  (4 BC – AD 65)
So, at the moment, it appears to us that to live purposefully is the wisest course of action – but what is our purpose? 
This question has haunted us for a long time already, and it seems an infinite question. Our purpose is dynamic and changing like a river. All we can do is try to capture it every once and a while – try to sharpen and correct it – listening to our inner wisdom and body in the same moments of questioning- without neglecting the historical context and process and without disconnecting from our strategic long-term goals.

There is more wisdom in your body than in your deepest philosophy. ― Friedrich Nietzsche(1844-1900), Thus Spoke Zarathustra


  • Clarity – Productivity 
  • Long-term Strategy 
    • Connecting to the immediate, daily, and weekly
  • Flexibility and engagement 
  • Sophisticated thinking – in advance
    • The self-control of thoughts and behaviours 
  • Social connections – Artful communication 


Where are we going? what is our destination? what are the first steps and projects? 
Anyways, we are always going and moving – that’s just the nature of things. The complexity of our universe is too large to grasp, but we feel the right subjective path is eternal and infinite, starting from within. 
What does that mean you ask? You will eventually have to understand that by yourselves, But essentially, it is about starting from within – inner. Again, we have in our blogging journey written much about this subject, and these questions are probably the causes of the blog itself. What’s the difference between the internal and external? 
most of our life we have been living externally as the rest of humanity –  just following the crowd and mainstream – Media and education and the accepted rules and culture. (school, university, finding a comfortable job, marriage, and retirement ). Something feels missing right? 

Man is something that shall be overcome. What have you done to overcome him?
All beings so far have created something beyond themselves; and do you want to be the ebb of this great flood and even go back to the beasts rather than overcome man? What is the ape to man? A laughingstock or a painful embarrassment. And man shall be just that for the overman: a laughingstock or a painful embarrassment – Nietzche (1844-1900)


As our overcoming journey, we are going to direct our thoughts to the following existential risky paths:

  • Path Launcher – Developing divergent hobbies
  • Computational Psychology – Applying computer science to the shadow side of the psyche 
    • Granting computational power to our beasts and demons
  • Existential machinery – can humans live for eternity?

Man is a rope, tied between beast and overman–a rope over an abyss…
What is great in man is that he is a bridge and not an end: what can be loved in man is that he is an overture and a going under…Nietzche (1844-1900)


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