The Mind Walls

One day a scientist did an attractive examination. he made a glassy aquarium and divided it into 2 parts with a glassy wall. He put a big fish in the first part and a small fish in second part which the small fish was the favorite food of big fish.

The small fish was the only food of big fish and the scientist didn’t feed any foods to big fish. The big fish, attacked to small fish many times! but he clashed to invisible wall repeatedly. the glassy wall, separated him for his favorite food!

Finally, the big fish changed his mind for attacks to the small fish. he believed going to another part of aquarium and eating the small fish is impossible! 

And then, the scientist removed the glassy wall and opened the big fish’s was! But the big fish, didn’t attack to the small fish anyway. he never put his steps to another part of aquarium later.do you know why?!Although, the glassy wall didn’t exist next times, but the big fish made a glassy wall in his mind. A Mind Wall which breaking it is more difficult from breaking any real walls.  The big fish, believed his mind wall.  A belief to constraint, a belief to existence of a wall, a belief  to his weakness!If we research in our beliefs nicely, we could find many glassy walls, which many of them aren’t the results of our experiments and observations. Also many of these glassy walls aren’t in real world and they are just in our minds!

Related links: after the post I searched Google and found these nice articles:
1- Mind Walls
2- The Sun of Self on the Wall of Mind
3- Walls in the Mind-They Cripple and They Bind-Keep Us All Confined

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    […] The Mind Walls One day a scientist did an attractive examination. he made a glassy aquarium and divided it into 2 parts with a glassy wall. He put a big fish in the first part and a small fish in second part which the small fish was the favorite food of big fish. The small fish was the only food of big fish and the scientist didn’t feed any foods to big fish. The big fish, attacked to small fish many times! but he clashed to invisible wall repeatedly. the glassy wall, separated him for his favorite food! F […]

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