curiousity

I’d love to be in people’s brain for a day.

Not to understand their feelings, but the way the think. I’m fascinated with the idea for every human being having a completely different and complex mind. Nothing would please me more than being able to explore one’s mind and thoughts to see how all of that works.

People laugh at me when I ask them how they think. They shake their heads and tell me that I’m weird, but I really want to know how that process works. And, as intelligent as I might be, I’m not able to read minds and that is frustrating.

I also would love to be inside the ‘non over-thinking’ kind of brain to see how that works. Is it like an eternal silence and emptiness? Sounds so boring but at the same time so intriguing.

I've been reading

About Daemonism, and the tag on tumblr in general is pretty neat.

Not very informative but still neat.

I think I’ve pretty much grasped the concept, I’ve read His Dark Materials (own all three amazing books). You give a form to your inner voice and give it more mind space to grow and develop into something is more than the little voice.

I think it’s nice that a lot of people consider their daemon, their subconscious inner voice, to be awesome and to love them and say such nice things about it. 

Because if you don’t like yourself what hope does anybody else have?

I was just thinking about all the times where I heard that little voice and it sounds like such a sarcastic little fuck. 

Does anybody else think that sometimes? At least about their Daemons?

Sometimes, I sit alone under the stars and think of the galaxies inside my heart, and truly wonder if anyone will ever want to make sense of all that I am
—  Christopher Poindexter