The Mind Gap 2015-87



When does The Mind Gap present itself to a person? When it does!!!! Till then it is in the background, somewhat hiding, until it presents itself to be known. Hard to actually explain or give an example, but known when it is known. Really exhilarating to experience or have in actuality and to truly know where it comes from. This occurred before “The Happening”, but in reality, I somewhat think they are related.

I was told by my esteemed Editor (my dear wife), that I should consider NOT posting this on my blog. Well, I respect that, but also feel that I have to do what I have to do at times. So, here it is… Perhaps not easy to understand or accept, but it is what I feel I experienced and now acknowledge as factual. So I share it, only to let others know that there are “things” that cannot be explained or hard to do so at times…. So be it…..

Addendum: Perhaps, just perhaps, I am snookering (neat word!) you and this is all a fabrication!! Or maybe NOT and it is something that was, is and will continue to be????

The Mind Gap    2015-87

The point in time,

a nanosecond, the

infinitesimal span

where the conscious

and subconscious levels

of thought, separate

and become anew.


A moment where reality and

deep thought- change the

areas of being.

When the unusual is possible &

creativity reigns, the

mini-voltage impulses

are in a neutral state.


A lengthened gap

brings forth new abilities-

gives birth to an anomaly,

a true power that is

uncontrolled in any way

showing itself at random

and occurring in many forms.


Few have it, many dread it,

some abuse it, but all those

having it know of its existence.

The Mind Gap – a time warp,

impossible to explain, measure

prove or disprove, but is there;

believe me, I know


Perhaps easier to call it a

“Mystical Creation of Thoughts”

and let it go at that, for others

to ponder, wonder, and comment on

AND, to contemplate the possibilities

To strive for and obtain for Self……….

Den Betts


Nothing to do with the words — Mind the Gap or

Closing the Mind Gap by Ted Cadsby & Don Tapscott