Our mind is limited by the paradigm we have created over a period through our past karma, upbringing, childhood experiences, emotions, impulses, values inherited as well as developed and our regular habits. Our personal growth and development are somewhat restricted with these constraints. Most of our past actions embed repercussions into our encryption and only a portion of such encryption is released through thoughts. Experiences that are suitable to such thoughts appear in our lives to face such repercussions. The western philosophy teaches us to alter the paradigm by changing our habits, how we deal with our thoughts and thereby alter our lives and the outcome of our experiences. In this philosophy, life’s purpose is known by living in the present moment, changing our thoughts and watching what happens around us constantly. The mind is a mystery and how do we alter that without its knowledge? According to the eastern philosophy, the thoughts emanating in the moment are the ripples, but every thought does create further impressions, emotions, and energy into our body. There is nothing called mind and it is just a cauldron of thoughts. Rising above the ripples of our mind is the way to experience life to its fullest. Every human being has the capacity to experience the pure and unsullied consciousness that can provide expanded perception towards life when one raises above the narrow surface reality of the mind. The only way to rise above the ripples of your mind is to observe our collection of thoughts also known as mind. When you observe, slowly the waves of the mind, slows down and you lift the spiritual energy from within to change the frequency of our body, mind and heart. It works like picking up the FM radio waves with better clarity when compared to AM radio waves. The mind holds control over the body through senses. The senses can’t be controlled at the moment of impulse. The influence of the senses in the mind can’t be understood only through observance. When we observe our sensation, in different situation of our life, we begin to understand how our mind controls our life through senses. Not all sensations are incorrect but not being aware of why such sensation occurs is a problem. When we are unaware about the happening of the events of our life, we slip away from the truth. The nature of the mind is to expand and when the attention of the mind is divided into hundred things, our mind shows different direction at the same time to choose from, and in our unawareness, we also unconsciously move into that direction. The focus is lost in the process. When we begin using the power of consciousness, we get clarity about the specific directions and what choice to make and let go things that are unimportant and hindrance to the growth. The mind is quiet after Shusupti (after deep sleep) and that is the great time to understand the senses and processes of the mind. With that power of observation, we could stretch the same skills, at the time of chaotic situations of our life. Living in our mind is like living unconsciously. The mind can change our world very quickly. But if we begin observing our mind and senses, we can connect it to our core and take control over our life. Observing mind involves rising above the mind and become an observer. The deeper you move, the lesser becomes the speed of the thought process and the quality of thoughts replaces the quantity of your thought process. The mystery of life lies at the no-thought state. When we move deeper, the spiritual energy rises higher, which serves you to improve the quality of thoughts and emotions and with it, you have better energy for the actions. Body, mind, and heart are connected with the breath. The attention of the mind comes from the deeper part of the mind. The mind, heart, and body move in a circle. The mind creates thoughts, which further forms emotions and the same emotions turns into an energy which compels the body to act. The same action turns into an impressions and experiences of the mind and the same circle repeats itself. The patterns of life are followed by the patterns of our thoughts and the patterns of thoughts are followed by inner flowing life energy. By relying on our inner strength, we can alter our thoughts and resultant life. We enter the world through the encryption in our mind and exit also with the encryption in our mind. The path for liberation is how we observe it and effectively use our inner consciousness to drive that great tool called mind. Let us not get bogged down by the thoughts emanating from our mind, out of our past karma to be executed through our body, heart and senses. It is the job of the mind. We are not the body, mind, heart or senses. We are a supreme soul with enormous energy to not only limit our sufferings life after life but also liberate us. Invoking that consciousness to shift our paradigm is essential.