I didn't mean to sell your post short, my friend. I was just amusing myself.
A) it is a fascinating subject, and "how our minds work" is a true conundrum. B) the concept of seven "minds" is an interesting way of expressing it, and has some logic to it. It's elegant. C) I love the word perseverating.
You should know I like a bit of good wordplay... where's ol' Teddy boy, anyway? Say whatever you will about Seņor Remington, he was a masterful punster.
A couple more thoughts...
The four basic "minds" function without attention, aka mechanically, or without true consciousness. Performing a task, or just being aware, while engaging two or more minds at once, is an intentional act requiring attention, which also increases consciousness. The "higher minds" are not in play without attention.
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You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the old model obsolete. R. Buckminster Fuller