Are we slaves of our mind?

Three things affect our mind - time, the company we keep and the food we eat
Our body changes with time. Time also has an impact on the mind. The state of mind and the feeling also change multiple times throughout a day!
Thought patterns also get affected by time. Winter, summer, spring, all affect the mind differently. Ancient people did an in-depth study about it — how the moon affects the mind, how the moon is moving around in different constellations; how different degrees of the moon has a definite impact on the mind. That’s why they use the words ‘Tara-bal’ and ‘Chandra-bal’. The moon is in one constellation for two and a half days, then it moves to the another constellation. So in two and half days there are changes in the mood of the mind.
Then the question comes – “Are we slaves of our mind?”
I say, “No”, because there is something beyond the mind and that is the intellect. When the intellect is strong it overcomes the impact on the mind. When the intellect is weak, then the emotions overtake the mind.
Now what if the intellect also gets affected? Then there is something beyond the intellect and that is the Self, that is Shiva Tattva. Shiva is the master of the time and that is why he is called ‘Maha-kaala’. So when you take refuge in the Shiva Tattva or higher Self, then the impact of time is minimised, both on the mind and on the body.
So time impacts the mind and time has definite measurements. Similarly the company we keep also affects us. What we hear impacts our mind. The people with whom we are affect us. If we are in good company then it has a good impact on us. If we are in bad company then negative feelings like anger, jealousy, etc., affect us.
Then the third thing that affects the mind is food. Food is secondary, food is not that important. If the first two are okay, then the mind can get over the menace of food.
Those who know time are called Devagya. They know about time. All this is as per the divine will of time. Rule of time is divine and those who know time are called Devagya.
What is above God is Brahma-jnan (knowledge of the self). A Brahma-jnani is much above a Devagya. Being a Brahma-Jnani is being centered in the Self. What I am is what you are, and what everything else is too. This firm experience and faith brings about Brahma-Jnan and then nothing can shake you. Even if it appears that it is shaking, actually it is not, it is making you strong. Brahma-Jnan is bigger than all other Jnan (knowledge).