We live in a culture that wants answers, certainty, security, and abhors uncertainty. We live in a culture that we want instant results… and we act accordingly.
So my work doesn’t appeal to many people, because I am an experimenter.
I ask questions and then I test them… Every question is a theory. A theory that needs to be proven or disproved, if possible.
This, about Tinnitus, won’t be my first experiment that either succeeds or not. Either prove or disprove a theory. (The theory is that a break in your ‘energy body” will show up, to me, a true empath, as a pullable cord, attachment, and if I pull it, the noise in the ear will stop.)
Warning: I use all my articles as a vehicle for me to muddle through issues, to gain clarity, to distill the truth, to separate illusion from reality.
This article goes through a meandering path… and unless you follow the path closely, you won’t get to the result and get the same clarity, so you will be wasting your time.
If you don’t have the time to read this article attentively, don’t read it, it will make no sense in the end.
The juice is in the detail, the juice is in the journey, the scenery one can see… You’ve been warned.
Humanity lives in quiet desperation. Everyone. Even the rich and famous. They are aimless, purposeless, dissatisfied, judgmental, jealous and envious, craving love, craving sex, craving belonging, craving a sense of meaning. At times more than at others.
As usual, I didn’t invent this sentence, but as far as I can see it is true, every single time.
People say: I did that… but I don’t normally do that. I never do this… but of course, they do. Cheat, lie, go back on their word, no show up, not call, keep you waiting, gossip about you… you know the stuff that people do. People like you.
Let me give you a few examples, and how it can be your best “coach” if you have the desire to improve your life, raise your vibration, feel better, etc. Because how you feel about yourself is what gives you the quality of your life.
If you love yourself, you love your life. If you look in the mirror and you see a jolly good fellow, or a winner, or a courageous broad, you love yourself and you love your life.