The broken reign exists when there is, temporarily or long term, no ruler over the mind.
Or when mind is incapable of ruling itself. In the interim we waver, waffle and wonder
why we find it so difficult to depend upon our unstable intellects to decide what to think,
what to say, what to do. Is a mind really meant to act alone? Is there a blank, a space inside
we need to fill with something else, something more dependable to complete our
Would having a dependable authority to consult over mental input, content, output . . .
result in becoming a more effective human being? Would it shorten indecision, help us be
more confident in our choices, relieve anxiety over making decisions? Could direct
consultation provide perspectives as evidence for the non-mental reality which we can
employ to monitor what goes on in our heads?