Mind or mind set
The mind is a set of cognitive faculties including consciousness, perception, thinking, judgment, language, and memory.
It is usually defined as the faculty of an entity’s thoughts and consciousness.
What the difference between the mind and the brain?
The brain is an organ, but the mindset is the way the brain and the bodywork in unity to carry out actions.
The things which occupy your brain (thinking, watching and hearing) most of the time, they become the mindset (or the things upon which a person sets his or her mind on).
<He has a craving desire of drinking Coca Cola because he has been watching a Coca Cola advertisement…>
What goes on in your brain will reflect itself in your actions:
As a person is conceiving, receiving, dreaming or entertaining thoughts, ideas, sound waves or when imagination is taking place in his/her brain, then decisions and choices are also implemented in the form of actions to reflect what is going on in one’s brain.
When the brain (thoughts, ideas, imaginations), and the body (feelings & emotions) which are triggered by the brain are working together in unity, that is what is called a mindset.