May 28, 2009

Mind Games

Chronicwriter is doing a guest post in my page on the occasion of me completing 6 months of blogging.Over to the Chronicwriter...

Hi Folks,

I would like to congratulate Aarthi for this achievement. Kudos young girl. I would like to dedicate an article that would make everyone to think a lot.This kind of writing is something that you would never associate with the Chronicwriter. People wear different masks in different places. Chronicwriter wears a humor mask in his page and now in Paragmatic Utopia's page he is gonna wear a philosphical mask. He will guide the readers through a philosophical game. Anyone game to play this game?


Let us picture ourselves in a field of lush green grass.Now let is sit down on the grassfield.Now can we have absolute silence, focusing on pure emotion and intoxicating sensuality. Just imagine that you are sitting in darkness, in dark garments, blending in with the night, Invisible. Watching strangers when they think that no one is watching.


Every so often we will become infatuated with someone. The object/s of our infatuation can be anyone from characters in books to people online whom we have never met face to face before; people who we never (or rarely) see in physical form, just through the beauty of their words. Their gender is irrelevant to us. There are very few things that can compare to that euphoric enchantment of discovering someone or something that we can admire. For years we have thought that it would be nice to have someone to pretend things with; to look at the world around us and see familiar things as something magical.


It used to be easier to pretend. We might have thought maybe, as an adult, its easier to become swept away by make-believe when it involves two (or more) adult minds. The imaginative powers combine powerfully and it doesn't seem at all like an adult trying to recapture something lost.


Now let us focus on the game more. Just imagine that you are washing that person's hair with strawberry scented shampoo and watch the wind dry it on a cool, breezy calm day under a white sky; petting each others soft hair and looking into each others eyes.
Meloncholia,joy,euphoria all combined. The sadness we have felt, the loneliness, cruelty & depression that has been a part of our experiences is no longer forced to the back of our minds. The aesthetics of it romanticize it for us so it is more acceptable and rather than it being a burden it is an art form.
And it is something that attracts us to that person: Your ability to make those type of emotions have an enchanting, peaceful almost euphoric feeling attached to them. It makes me feel very joyful. Who would have thought that what's considered the 'hidden' emotions could make a person feel such bliss?


Note: If you had really played this psychological game, you would have fallen in love with that person you had in your mind by now. You need high degree of concentration to play this game. Our dreams follow this set of patterns. We could make our dreams come true, if only we are good in playing MIND GAMES.


-Chronicwriter

11 comments:

Aarthi said...

Phew...

That was oh-so philosophical!

I loved it ... :)
And yep, am ready to play the game! :) :)

Thanks a lot for you-know-why! :)

Pretty Me!! said...

so very wonderful and of course different !!

Satans Darling™ said...

What an amazing post! Loved it!

And congratulations Aarthi on completing 6 months in blogsville!

The Pink Orchid said...

omg! a post from the big guy himself.. :D and this one was a different Chriz all together.. though i know of some of his various masks while talking to him..

but this was oh so mature and thought provoking..wonderful post Chriz.. kudos!

Aarthi said...

@ Pretty me,


Agreed!! *Bows down*

Aarthi said...

@ Ashrita,

Thanks a ton sweetz!

Long tym haan... wats happenin??

Aarthi said...

2 Kajal,

Big guy on my blog...a privilege! :)

And yep, this was a different Chriz... love d humorous one and d philosophical one too! :)

Arun Kumar said...

philosophy n kinda psychiatry... two things which interest me the most...
hmm...played the game... :-) but i was already in lv with my dream person....

Chriz said...

haha...

thank ya guys and kudo aarthi...

everytime i play this game , i fall in love with a different person.. am gonna play this game yet again

dexterouslady said...

Aarthi, I came here as directed by your guest writer Chriz :) and Thanks chriz for giving me this link ... its amazing :) and yeah am gonna fall in love everytime lol!!! (like you do) and its somewhat related to what i've written in my blog :) and Chriz do you write philosopical stuff also???? Wow!!!

Aarthi congrats for completing 6 months in blogosphere... and am gonna continue my visits to your page (Shall I? :))

Aarthi said...

@ Sowmi,

Thanks Gurl...

Please do keep comin' here... It would be a pleasure!

I'm running to your blog now...

Mwah!! :)