Sunday, April 18, 2010

"For the average person in the world who lives life and considers their life boring or uninspiring, its because theyve made no attempt to gain knowledge and information that will inspire them. Theyre so hypnotized by their environment through the media, through television through people living and creating ideals, that everybody struggles to become that no one can actually become in terms of physical appearance and definitions of beauty and valor that are all illusions, that most people surrender and live their life in mediocracy. And they may live that life and the soul may never really— their desire may never really rise to the surface, so they may want to be something else. But if it does rise to the surface, and they ask themselves if there is something more - Or, why am I here? What is the purpose of life? Where am I going? What happens when I die? - They start to ask those questions. They start to flirt and interact with the perception that they may be having a nervous breakdown, and in reality, what theyre doing is that their old concepts of how they viewed their life and the world start to fall apart. Were in completely new territory in our brain and because were in completely new territory, were rewiring the brain, literally reconnecting to a new concept. Then ultimately it changes us from the inside out. If I change my mind, will I change my choices? If I change my choices, will my life change? Why cant I change? What am I addicted to? What will I lose that Im chemically attached to and what person, place, thing, time or event that Im chemically attached to that I dont want to lose because I may have to experience the chemical withdrawal from that? Hence the human drama."

—  What the Bleep do we Know?!

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