It depends on how we define our “minds”:
Well, here’s a fun coffee break challenge offered by Daniel J. Siegel, M.D., the author of Mind: A Journey to the Heart of Being Human (Norton Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology) (2016):
… our mind is not simply our perception of experiences, but those experiences themselves. Siegel argues that it’s impossible to completely disentangle our subjective view of the world from our interactions…
In math, complex systems are self-organizing, and Siegel believes this idea is the foundation to mental health. – Olivia Goldhill, “Scientists Say Your “Mind” Isn’t Confined to Your Brain, or Even Your Body” at QuartzNews, “Can our minds extend beyond our bodies?” at Mind Matters News
Consciousness: Why do you know you exist? A rock doesn’t know. Yet you both exist. What’s the difference?