“It’s all in your head” is a popular comment, meant to dismiss an experience (or statement) of what “is” as something that doesn’t really exist . . . an out-of-touch moment . . . a fiction or individual misapprehension.
Well, guess what . . . IT IS all in your head (if it is the head in which we consider the mind to reside).
Really, where else could it possibly be?
Every moment, every experience, every thought, idea or motivation . . . every reaction, every intention, each insight or bit of knowledge . . . your adventures, sensibilities and potentials . . . the beauty . . . all of it . . . everything . . . in your head.
Here’s the good news:
No one lives there but you . . . no one interferes unless you grant them permission them to do so.
Your head is yours and yours alone . . . and the duty to care for it, to nurture and use it for its greatest good, rests solely with you.