There might be ways and means to unleash or to set the mind free. The best term to use would be ‘to un-condition the mind’.
Look at it this way. You know, hypnosis is an accepted fact in medicine now. You have clinical hypnosis where one can do surgeries or dental work and so on under a hypnotic trance. So, no more is it something mysterious. It’s a medical fact–clinical hypnosis.
What I was saying is, when you are in hypnosis, you are concentrating on one single thing or your mind is giving complete attention to what your hypnotist wants you to do. Then, when you wake up, you are back to your ordinary world, the normal world, where your inputs are multi-dimensional.
We are saying–just as great rishis, the great wise teachers of the ancient times and also the present have said–human kind is in a kind of hypnotic trance. Hypnotised by beliefs, hypnotised by situations, hypnotised by the attractions of the outside world. Human mind is hypnotised into a trance-like state.
To wake up from it, and make the mind multidimensional, is the process of de-hypnotising oneself.
One has to come out of this, be de-hypnotised, be out of this limited reckoning, be out of this limited mind, and be out of the routine thought process. That is the way to set the mind free. Mind has to be set free from its prejudices, from the prejudice that has been inculcated in it–that there is nothing beyond a certain set of imposed restrictions, and limitations.
“You know how the traffic is here. Nobody cares for anybody else.”