Review of the brain. Or INSIDE OF IT.
Patient: Ray Not Bradbury :))
The idea belongs to a blogger Mindfump, the link is here if you wanna try it: REVIEW YOUR BRAIN
You are welcome, dudes and duddetes!
Let’s begin. Imagine yourself waking up in a white room. All the walls are white and there are no windows or doors. How does it feels?
Cold, pressing, some confusion, clinical, too clean, barren, neutral, bloodless, milky, frosted..?
I see my ‘white room’ like a happy peaceful room. And this is the place where my brain are ‘breathing’ day by day!
I’m here too. The Rider Of The White Powder. Yo! Spreading the soft white light on every un-dusted or dusted surface.There’re none. No floor either. Oh, what a beautiful place! Feels like home.
You can meet all possible things inside of this brain-room, if you’ll name them.
White salmon (i know, i know, right haha),
And yes, we are all here, in the same room. Kinda crowded. But only if you look from the outside. From the inside it feels like being inside of a cloud.
Suddenly, all of a sudden-unexpectedly-all-at-once-without-any-warning someTHING arrived. From Nowhere. The Idea. It isn’t white. It isn’t colourful either. Its transparent, but I can see it. Its starting to bounce from the wall to the wall…with a-speed-of-the-light-a-blink-of-an-eye-nanosecond-twincling-heartbeat.
(in that moment I usually open my notebook, or calendar, or remembary-app to write ‘that idea’ down. IN RUSH…with a shaking hands. No. Or maybe. Haha).
Can you hear my ‘White Voice’?
The Idea is a Bitch. If you’ve missed the chance to catch it -> it’s forever gone. At least in my white room. Hm.
Then there’s again a moment of the white silence:
the birds are singing,
a child is playing by the river,
a bell is ringing,
and heaven floating in my heart.
Too empty. Can’t catch any shit.
I’m laughing and letting go. Until next time.
Because there’s always the next idea…waiting outside. Every day.
I’m sleeping peacefully in my white room.
And white flowers blossom in the white garden around of me.
P.S. There’s also a psychological game/test ( I think by Carl Jung) => where you have to describe a ‘white room’. The answer (the way how you’ll describe) ->> will reveal how the person perceive the death or represent what you’ll feel when you are about to die.
Pictures: Sol on Flickr