Whether we believe it or not, the truth is we are all interconnected socially, spiritually and physically in many different ways by attractive forces we are only beginning to fully understand. The whole economical and environmental structure upon which we rely for our very existence is held together by the most tenuous of threads which we have ultimate power over.
This power that we all have the capability if not the realization or knowledge to wield comes from our central control station located inside our heads. It is the brain which through its intricate system of interconnected neurons manifests our minds and our ability to think, to reason and to imagine.
In fact you could go so far as to say that our entire social structure is founded on the way in which our forebears used their creative intellectual capacity to bring our species up the evolutionary ladder from cave dwelling apes to civilized homo sapiens. From those early beginnings we formed our various social communities in different parts of our world.
The most fascinating thing about this aspect of our history is that even though many of these communities had no knowledge of each other, they still managed to follow a similar structure that is common throughout humankind. How could this be unless there was a deeper level of communication that has largely gone undetected throughout our history?
It is this connection through aspects of our mental faculty of thought that is only recently coming to light in solid theories put forward by quantum physicists that echo the beliefs held by personal development and life laws followers throughout the last century or so. The so-called law of attraction is one such theory that has a very strong following these days although its roots can be traced back several centuries.
Today people can study all that is known and understood about the laws of nature which give credence to the theories that underpin the personal development teachings. It is even possible to gain a kind of law of attraction certification through self study online courses that enable an advanced student of these life laws to progress in this area and go on to teach the subject to less knowledgeable students.
So we are all connected in some way even if we can’t see it yet. The ethereal mental attractive force that binds societies together may be far more powerful than anyone has even dared to consider and we could discover one day that this interconnection that we all share will bring us closer together in ways that can only benefit society as a whole and the environment that supports it.
Is it just me or do you sometimes feel like you are being overwhelmed by the daily grind? Increasingly it seems as if we are taking on more and more tasks, whether family or work related, which leaves us very little or no free time at all. What’s more, as a society we are becoming reactive rather than proactive. We are constantly attached to our mobile phones, tablets, you name it. It is now virtually impossible to go on public transport and see someone without some sort of device attached to them. The fundamental problem therein is that we are no longer taking time out to process our own thoughts and reflect. Instead we are constantly worried about replying to Facebook messages, texts, tweets, alerts etc. As a society we live on our nerves. I say it’s time to switch off , you don’t need to be permanently in front of a screen, or use a VPN for computer because your entire life is online! So here are my tips for great ways to unwind and have some me-time:
· Do something you enjoy – whether that be reading a good book, taking your dogs for a walk, or my personal favourite, cosying up after a long day’s work and watching a film at home (popcorn and ice-cream optional!)
· Get a good night’s sleep – have a strict no laptop in bed policy. Allow yourself time to fully relax.
· If you still can’t switch off. Write down a list of things that are worrying you, then go through them one by one, sorting out the ones you can change, from the ones you can’t. If you can’t change something then why worry about it? It’s pointless, and it’s also a waste of your time and energy.
Let’s face it, life is becoming extremely fast-paced, we often find ourselves doing more than one thing at a time, and we can’t relax as we feel as though we are not being productive if we do. There is always something to worry about like the economy, politics, and equality for all. Every day there seems to be a new argument.
In the western world, we are more stressed than our less privileged counterparts and is it any wonder, worries such as “Do I have enough friends on Facebook?” and “What if I buy this product and then is goes out of fashion?” are always on our minds. We are all too eager to better ourselves for the benefit of those around us than for ourselves.
We are also worried about offending people, those around us; people we have never met but could stumble upon our social networking profiles and take offence to things we may have posted. It doesn’t matter if we had the intention of causing harm or not as most of us simply post as a joke.
Despite this, there are good things to come out this, such as equal rights, fair representation for those with different abilities, and the involvement of all across our community. But let’s all learn how to relax!
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