We Are Characters Fulfilling A Role

In a way, life is like a video game. We play video games to start an adventure into a world or quest that we’ve never embarked. We play the game until we realize, oh this is just a simulation and the reality begins to dull as we learn the sequences and patterns of the game. We start to realize that the programming is more so a walkthrough of a computers processes rather than computerized proactive intelligence, and however much programming is involved, is as deep as the complexity it takes to solve. It is an enjoyable process and for those who play these games long enough show and demonstrate the human’s capability to adapt to and master any situation given enough experience and interest.

In a way, it is much like our own lives; in that we are simply characters fulfilling a role. As with everyone else around us, it seems that we start to understand that everybody plays a role in our lives, and we begin to see patterns of behaviors and ideas. This is why we know that talking to one person about one thing will give a completely different impression than saying it to another person.

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Be Truth

We use our experiences and past to create the identity we believe ourselves to be, but in the end, we are all the same. The major difference is the things we tell ourselves. We are the universe – together, but separate – coexisting on the same playing field as time-travelers into the future.

Be one with the truth. Don’t fight it. Let the truth guide you. Don’t try to guide it. The truth is a guiding force like a harmonious wavelength. When you try and go against it, you get snapped back into the wavelength like a rubber band or spring that’s been building tension. This is punishment for your aggressive need for control.

Get rid of your need to be loved. Be love. Get rid of your need to impress. Be impressive. Stop telling yourself that you are better than you are and perform better. Be real to yourself. Fuel a rich mind to manifest a free spirit.

Value Your Reward System

Once you decide to stop rewarding yourself, you will begin to achieve true benefits. Change the way your body seeks and acquires rewards so that a substitute of true inner desire can take its place. Allow yourself to feel desire & craving. Recognize its presence and its benefits. DON’T stop feeling it! Soon enough the subconscious wants will turn into conscious needs, and the true desires of your heart will manifest through your actions.

Suppress the want. Embrace the need. Begin the hunt. It’s time, indeed.

Your brain is hard-wired to grasp onto rewards. Advertising and marketing agencies, along with social media platforms, are targeting your reward system to keep you interactive. These agencies know exactly what you like, why you like it, and how to give you more of it. Don’t get sucked in to anything that lacks meaning or purpose.

We have a circuitry built on a chemical release of dopamine and serotonin. These neurotransmitters are quickly activated through the use of sugar, alcohol, caffeine, tobacco, porn, even phone and computer use: Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat etc. (getting likes, scrolling through pictures). When you stop using these EASY tools of self-satisfaction, you find yourself engaging with your environment to find a plane of existence that is higher than mundane pleasure. Who knows what rewards you will find when you stop taking the easy route!

Your reward system is what makes you want to conquer and seize the day. Don’t let anything take that drive away from you.

Up To You

Treat yourself like your best friend because you, ultimately, have to live with yourself at the end of the day. How would you treat someone who is worthy of greatness? It’s all a self-belief system setup by you. The common catchphrase is “my own worst enemy”, but it could very well be “my own best friend”. It’s your choice at every moment.

It’s not about pushing the gas but releasing the brakes. Things to let go of in order to win:

  • Pleasing others
  • Overthinking
  • Living in the past
  • Fearing change
  • Complaining
  • Blaming
  • Being entitled
  • Victimizing yourself

It’s good in a world that’s not so black & white to hold back from labeling everything (including yourself).  Things come as they do. To label anything would be to diminish the complexity. Life isn’t concrete, but fluid. It’s up to us how we perceive.

Find what you want to do, and go and do it. Don’t know how or how to get better? Google it. Youtube it. TRY… or stay in your comfort zone and give up. It’s on you. What will YOU do?