Free Will – What To Do?

Go out and do what you know you need to be doing. Be humble not haughty; Nobody is perfect and the world can be vicious, but live by principles and don’t be afraid to fail in order to find them. The best lessons never come the easiest.

This life is not about you, but your surroundings. We are blessed with the beauty of free will in absolute abundance. Therefore, we have the ability to create our personal reality through manipulation of our sensory environment. Furthermore, it is our duty and obligation to create a species willing to bring people together to feel belonged and respected. Life is about the fellow mans’ prosperity and the unity of evolution as a species. Everything else is fantasy land! The bank of ideas that could be, will be, or won’t be! Thoughtville! Your personal town of inspiration in your head! This world is your playground, but it is your responsibility to either lead a movement or function as a member of the people in the real world to reap the benefits.

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Late Night Thoughts

What does it mean to be a good man?

A good man takes action and is proud of the actions he takes. The idea that you are not enough is false. You are everything you need to be and should be that boldly with every waking moment. A good man embodies his ideas and passions. Your mind is what makes you a warrior. You are as good as you tell yourself you are. The mind is so strong that whatever it believes to be true, it will manifest and prove to be correct in reality.

Question everything, but first, yourself. You are your problem and you are your solution.

Define God

Never live by another man’s ideals. Live by what guides you.

I never claim to be religious, but there is something I do know. I know there is something that’s higher than the realm of our comprehension as humans that continuously communicates with us directly on a subconscious and conscious level. There is a spiritual light that flows deep from within us that pushes us to see, feel, question, and understand the world around us.

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Tune Into The Universe

How much do you enjoy living? What does that even mean?

I believe there are critical questions that are circling around our brain that come from a deep, subconscious level. I like to sit back and examine these as they seem to manifest consciously in a place of less stimulation and distraction.

What type of environment are you in? What noise and frequencies are being given off?

Let the feeling of your present surroundings enter your consciousness…

Ask yourself, how does the environment outside feel? What type of people are around you and how do they feel? Is there a lot of nature around you or not enough? Are the birds singing? Can you feel the harmony or chaos? Notice your proclivity to move on to the next idea as your brain wanders for an answer to your deepest inner QUESTIONS. Now feel outside yourself and view yourself from 10 feet above you staring down at yourself…

Why am I alive?

What do I look like and what type of bacteria am I?

Am I blossoming or rotting? What does it mean to be human?

Am I a good example of this? Breathe.

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The Truth About Honest Acceptance

Finding a deeper understanding of yourself takes a willingness to see that which you do not openly address. Suppress your urge to express thoughts/observations before letting them absorb into your own knowledge.  It’s time to let go of the need to be listened to and start listening to yourself. Peace of mind comes from an open-minded, honest assessment and full accountability process of yourself. Prioritize time wisely. Figure out what you have to do vs. what you want to do vs. what you actually do.

Assessing yourself honestly will not only allow you to stay on track, but to guide the vessel well enough to have time to look for new roads. A true analysis of one’s self can be uncomfortable to see that which you hope to not find. This is a necessary part of growth, as it will allow you to express yourself more fluidly, and your intentions will become more clear. Stay open to positive guidance.

Psilocybin – being a useful neutropic on the brain – could guide you to a deeper accountability process.

No man finds true acceptance in denial.

“I fear living a life where I could have accomplished something I didn’t.” – Neil Degrasse Tyson

Never Forget The Unfathomable

Never forget that you are a constantly evolving species on a planet that is only as understandable as your life has allowed you to fathom. Never lose your sense of wonder in the universe and to always enjoy the journey.

Love comes from within; a deep appreciation of your senses and a curiosity towards life. We tend to lose this as we age. We tend to assume that life is some concrete fluid type of rhythm instead of seeing it for the imaginative world of what is. Since birth, our automatic response systems are reaching towards understanding with a deep curiosity for what is and what can be.

Never forget that the man/woman that you will be at the end of your days, is not a fathomable place of your current understanding. Coincidences and changes are inevitable. A strive for understanding will be unavoidable. A life that is valued is a life worth fighting for. Your will to live is instinctual. First you learn to survive, then you learn to thrive.