Narkissos: So yes we can become more and more aware of our thinking devices and processes, deconstruct them from within language, even "close" some of them by some sort of meditation, but inasmuch as there is perception of anything I guess there is still something working in our "mind" or whatever you may call it.
I think I understand completely what you are expressing here. Contraindicating this, however, I am also personally aware of my capacity to conceive and experience that which I cannot explain, that for which I have no words, that for which language is insufficient.
While I require language to communicate my experiences to you, I do not believe the mind to be so wholly fettered to linguistics as to be incapable of conceiving beyond the boundaries of descriptors. Our ability to invent descriptors would argue strongly against that belief. I am not certain I believe our mind is constrained to itself as a boundary, but time will tell. Some of the ways our mind works are calculable and quantifiable, but many are not. As we learn, humanity becomes more certain that we are but a small part of a much larger whole. What that "whole" is, in essence, is an uncertainty.
Shall we say it is "energy?" Can you objectively define energy? No more than JT can objectively define consciousness. Does energy exist, even if you can't define it linguistically? Even if it exists outside your mind?
If I understand your argument correctly I would have to conclude that in your world the experience of an individual human is ultimately only of import to the extent that those experiences can be communicated through language. With that view I must respectfully disagree. That may not be end result of the view you expressed, I may have misunderstood you.