Mental-visual composition is a contemplative and creative creation of compositions “with a tonal rhythm of the heart, while listening to the environment. There should be no thinking about burden or, in fact, we have already partially burdened ourselves. These burdens subtly affect our mental, emotional, and physiological state.
Each burden results in heaviness, like “forbidden fruit.” Non-burden comes from liberation from the deepest desires and mental projections that do not fulfill the complete free will of a person but rather take it away. The deprivation of free will occurs through activities that are not easily visible but act through mental patterns that provide instructions on what we should do. For example, based on experiences, we may be inclined to repeat certain actions or constantly revolve thoughts that disturb us. Thoughts prompt us to do these things willingly, offering us topics for contemplation and images, but the decision to accept them lies with us. In most cases, if thoughts are important or emotionally intense, a person will embrace that stream of thoughts. The key that magnetically attracts us to think negative or difficult thoughts arises from the knowledge of reason, which suggests that we need to observe states of consciousness and mind in order to act correctly or protect ourselves from dangers and unpleasant situations. Because if we don’t think, we feel anxiety and may wonder what will happen. This way, a person becomes restless. We feel calmer when we contemplate, even when it is not pleasant, as we believe that we have taken some action at least.
I would like to emphasize again that non-burden arises from the deepest desires for authenticity, nourishing humanity in accordance with natural laws.