Be your own person, once you tailor yourself to someone else, then who are you?
It’s easy to get lost in relationships and friendships, make your identity known, people will respect you more for it.
Find your own identity. You can’t be what you can’t see/feel. Expose yourself to what you want to be, take it seriously. Choose yes or no, make the decision and put in the actions.
Dr. Masaru Emoto research on water
It’s amazing how powerful our thoughts are, Dr. Emoto in his research showed this very true universal law. Our thoughts have an energy to them that has a vibration. Always remember that like attracts like.
Choose your frequency.
The greatest secret of all, we can create our own happiness just by speaking love into existence. Each and everyone of you has the power to create positive energy. Say I love you to plants and people as you walk by in your head. I guarantee you that positive ripples in this plane you create will magnify and positive will seek you. Like attracts like. Spread LOVE.
The black mirror theory.
As humans evolve mentally from basic individuals that merely just survived to a culture that we thrive on innovation, arises many questions if it’s a good thing or not.
Without a doubt new technology has saved lives and made others lives better, but with anything humans touch has the potential to be used for great harm. The internet is by far probably one of the greatest impacts on society as we know it, it literally changed mankind.
People now have access to something that just forty years ago wasn’t even comprehensible. Did we evolve too fast? I ask this question because with the advancements of technology especially in the communication aspect, we as humans have forgotten how to interact without devices. I was at a coffee shop today and everyone inside from all ages, male or female were on either a laptop or a smartphone. Stargazing into a black mirror, not knowing that the images on the screen are not even real in the sense that right in front of them is real and they are choosing to disregard it and live through the screen. What happen to just sitting around and talking to one another? Why must we be so reliant on smart devices?
This made me wonder why are we connected but so disconnected from each other? Is this the beginning of the end? When was the last time you saw strangers engaged in conversation without glancing at their phone? It’s becoming more and more of a rare occurrence for myself.
There’s too much access at our fingertips and we abuse it (well must of us do). There needs to be a coffee shop or restaurant that won’t even allow cell phones. People make the excuse, “what if an emergency happens?” Well we’ve been on this planet a lot longer than the cell phone and our ancestors seemed to do just fine.