Past relationships a thing of the past?

Truth is, I couldn’t have seen this coming, but I’ve grown. Out childhood is full of wonderful and dreadful situations. We make our knowledge ofthe world based upon what we’re introduced to. And if we grow up seeing our parents a specific way, the simple way of seeing them will taint our outlook on theContinue reading “Past relationships a thing of the past?”

Thoughts on the effect of love

The thought of losing love is a scary thing for anyone, even the toughest of us. The gnarly stomach knots one gets in the stomach when they try to go forward with their mind while their heart still hopes, even with all the information proving its time to leave. We experience tense nervous responses inContinue reading “Thoughts on the effect of love”

Singular blueprints; one size fits all knowledge.

We live neither in the era of Jesus, nor do we live in the era of King Salomon, Martin Luther King Jr, or even Bill Gates… even if he lives in the same era as us he wasn’t born in the same generation as mine and his mind formed very differently to that of myContinue reading “Singular blueprints; one size fits all knowledge.”

Having trouble creating?

The trick to creating is simplicity. You have to fulfil Five main things when creating. 1) Take away all external pressure, obligations or external impositions, lead your life with a free flowing curiosity. 2) Kill all deadlines. Having to do something by such and such date, time, puts pressure on your work. Sometimes, the simple act ofContinue reading “Having trouble creating?”

We flow more in acceptance than in will.

If writing has taught me anything, it is that we don’t have to expose everything. By expose I mean we don’t have to express everything that is going through our minds. We are entitled to internal privacy of thoughts, feelings, understandings. Not everything that goes through our minds needs to be expressed externally. We areContinue reading “We flow more in acceptance than in will.”

ATTENTION: Social media causes Hyper-selectivity

Swipe. Swipe. Toggle. Swipe. Swipe… Our standards have drastically been altered. Being confronted with a constant visual stimulus of change has hardwired us to pick, sift and sort what we think we most desire and/or (depending on our evolution) need in order to be happy. Or, in other words, what we think we need inContinue reading “ATTENTION: Social media causes Hyper-selectivity”