Are you living
your own life?
Returning from a business trip of 8 days to NYC, I felt like sharing about what I was able to observe.
NYC made me think of a mega ants nest. Like I mention in my book 'Eyes of Your Heart', I learned during a NDE at age 12 to see Life from different perspectives, angles, which enables me to see the bigger picture of things, events, situations, etc. Many times, I feel like a complete stranger, observing people on earth, their behaviors, their attitudes, routine, etc.
Do you actually think you are accomplishing something big or not? Do you judge it? Does it really matter?
The truth is that it is only relative to your own small world. I do not mean to sound negative by saying 'your small world' but I take it as perception to a greater scheme of things, considering the planets and galaxies around and far from ours.
For us humans, we may think we do great things, such as Donald Trump may think he is accomplishing great things, by building Empires around the world, such as his mega Tower in NYC, however in the big scheme of things, that Tower is a tiny little 'dot' in the Universe. For the CEO of that Tower, it may be and mean a great deal of pride; If you walk by it, it may look impressive; But to a far planet in the galaxies, it is nothing, or part of the whole such as a sand grain or dust in the desert.
It is all relative.
Ex: If you consider that your Universe is made of your home, your job and your partner, then any issue that will come up, related with any of these three matters will be a great deal/very important to you, take a huge size in your life. Makes sense?
Like for the ants, the Queen may think she is all that important, having her workers build up her Empire, but to most humans eyes, it is so little that we don't even see it. We may walk on a nest or hose water on a nest without noticing it. [For the ants, its a great deal of a disaster, but for us, we did not even notice it.]
People in NYC felt like these worker ants, very active, always doing something, running all over the place, living in a bubble/dome of noises and distractions.
For someone living daily in this World, without taking time off to look back at what's important or essential in life, it can become very easy to live a life that is not yours, simply because you live the 'system of the City', swallowed in that world. Noises being part of your daily life 24/7 always bring distraction from your own Self. Violent or tribal rhythmic music will easily bring forth disconnection, like demonstrated Dr. Masaru Emoto in his work with water and sounds (see pictures of crystals after exposing my first 3 albums to water.)
For someone who is dis-connected from Self, it will be feel 'normal' or comfortable to continue and/or even to search for that pattern, because it is the known comfort zone. Without being aware of the consequences: co-creating problems, dramas, issues of any kind, and to need to listen to more of this violent or tribal rhythmic music, or heavy drinking, drugs, and so forth. It can also be characterized by the constant need to have always tons of people around you, that you may call friends, or acquaintances, to fill up the empty space within you that makes you feel uncomfortable.
To life Your Own Life, Silence is a necessity!
Silence does not have to be pure silence around you, outside of you, but mostly within you!
Someone living in the bubble/dome of noises (low earthly vibration) may be more susceptible to experiencing depression, anxiety, emptiness, etc.
What to do to live your own life?
* Listen regularly to a music that makes you feel uplifted, during and after wards;
* Take a walk in nature and listen to the Power of Silence. If silence or being alone scares you off, go to a small park where there are some people and children and start focusing (not on people watching) but on nature, a tree, a flower, a bird, an ant, etc. Look at a leaf and zoom your entire attention in that leaf, to the extend to hear any sound or vibration radiating from this living leaf.
Practice, Practice, Practice... then eventually you will be ready to be alone in nature, which means you will be aware and ready to see/meet/feel all the living beings in nature.
To me, being alone only exist when you are not aware of your surrounding, or when you feel nothing besides you exist, or can communicate with you. This could mean a very depressive life than thinking there is nothing else but you.
I learned, during the first NDE I have experienced at age 12, that what we see with our physical eyes is only 5% to 15% of what is!
I hope this little note helped you to develop a little bit more your awareness today :)
Remember that I am not imposing any ideas on you.
I am only sharing, from my heart to yours :)