The composition of the word “Mind/心” in Chinese is three dots with a hook.
Metaphorically, the three dots stand for the trinity in animation electrically, i.e. essence, energy, and spirit. The hook stands for attachment.
The animated mind-body, energetically, is electro-magnetic by nature. The consciousness awareness is magnetic, whereas the activity of the mind is electric.
The mind functions through the concentration of the electric currents in the form of thought with the involuntary identification with the body.
It is impossible to use the mind to transcend the mind.
The animated manifestation is like the vast body of electric waves of the ocean when the mind is active, i.e. thoughts and action, one is swimming against the tide, hence suffering each and every experience.
However, in the state of no-mind, the electric waves merge in the form of magnetic fluid, the awareness surfs on the tide of the electric waves of manifestation, hence the description of the “Flow”.
The freedom of surfing is the power source of creativity, be it in sports or any art.
In the state of no-mind, there is no ego, there is no “Me”, instead, the dissolution of the mind induces the emergence of self-awareness, the conscious awareness.
The emerged conscious awareness will talk to you in the form of intuition. In this state, answer to your questions will appear in the form of words or the touch of epiphany, the domain of peace and tranquility will emerge within the mind-body.
To meditate is to be in the state of no-mind in oneness with peace and tranquility.
When awareness observes the manifestation, the All is mentalism through the veiling of sentience.
When awareness observes within, “I”, as the pure subjectivity, am the light body that animates the manifestation, the maternity that creates all mysteries.
To be, or not to be, the discretion remains, yours, as it has always been.