A mind without that false center — without that fictitious, dominating middle point — is (unlike most) highly aware and perceptive. There is, in such a person, no psychological radius from a center to a periphery. Most people cling to a fictitious center in one form or another. There is limited space — in such a mind — between the so-called controller (or center) and what it presumably controls. If the central controller is (in fact) just an image, which it is, then it is just another one of the thoughts and is not something that is purely genuine or real. (Do not make the mistake of becoming depressed regarding this; eternity and beauty can still exist for us, without the interference of fallacious centers.)
Oftentimes, when people think, they think in auditory terms which simulate their own (individual) voice (when talking). This internal (psychological/rather parasitic) voice mimics one’s actual speaking voice. It (one’s thinking) isn’t an actual voice; it is a copied template… a simulation. These simulations and their associated images presume (because of what they were taught) that they are being controlled by a legitimate center. This center, as was suggested, is another one of the manufactured images. The mind can function much better without the manufactured image of a center or central regulator.
Real (fundamental) compassion doesn’t often take place when a fictitious center sees others through (and from) a radius of distance and separation. A man or a woman without such a fictitious center exists beyond such a radius; then real compassion often manifests. Order of the mind does not exist as long as a fictitious center exists. Such a so-called center is associated with a false sense of control and dominance. A false psychological distance is involved with such a mind. False psychological distance often means that one’s relationship to fears, desires, plants, animals, people, and sensations is of conflict born out of fallacious separation. Fallacious separation is not of intelligent compassion… is not what will bring about real order and harmony in the world.
[Note: This little green plant was discovered growing — in the cold, snowy winter weather — within a small, lawn (crystal ball) solar light in our yard! All of the other outdoor green plants had already died from the bitter cold, but this one was still going strong in its little makeshift greenhouse! Nature always finds a way! 🙂 ]