Way in is way out

Life is a Labyrinth, searching for an ultimate goal.
Every turn and every change of direction has consequences and takes us deeper into the Labyrinth, which is good as long as it has positive vibrations and leads to a better place.

When it is not and negative vibes rule, we should’t take another turn and go deeper in the Labyrinth, but go back. Retrace our steps ‘till the place where it feels good again. Sometimes we have to go back all the way and go out of this labyrinth and find a new one.
A happy one, with more opportunities and good vibes.

It looks hard but it’s not.
Take the decision, learn to walk backwards, keep thinking and don’t fall

Traffic Light

Stop and Go

There are no priority rules in our brain.
Thoughts go criss-cross and dominant thoughts are not the most important ones, just dominant. Thoughts of everyday life. Of fear and obsession. Of ambition and ignorance. Many things but mostly ego-driven with a lot of noise.

Silence contains a lot of answers, but we’re too pre-occupied to listen and not trained to hear them. Either because we do not make the time or just miss focus.

Stopping is sometimes the best way to go forward. Take the time to listen to the silence and let the deeper thought float to the surface. Learn to identify and understand them and make them important.

Traffic Light
Noise reduction
Travel light

Two Me’s

There are two Me’s.

There is the Me that runs ahead and there’s the Me that tries to follow as best as he can.

The first Me is moulded by education, conventions and society. That one thinks a lot on how to achieve things like a bigger house, another car, a better job, more important friends…. He is ambitious and pretty rational.

That Me has a more worrying character and is thinking of the future and how to realize things, while the other Me tries to catch up.

And I was thinking about the other Me. The Me Behind.

That Me has many happy thoughts and is always cheerful. That one is positive and always enjoying the moment. Is creative, empathetic, humorous and funny. He’s the child in Me. No worries and an open mind. Curious, energetic and bright. In short a nice human being.

Actually, when I think of it, I hardly know the face of the Me Ahead. I am always looking at his back, because the Me Behind is always trying to catch up with the Me Ahead. That is boring, not inspiring at all. I really have to catch up and walk faster.

Today I realized that it is a pretty stupid thing. Instead of trying to catch up, Il shouted at the Me Ahead to slow down. That way the Me Behind could catch up easily and together they can enjoy, living in the moment, instead of out of synch.

That thought gave me a very good feeling. Liberating, even.

I invite everybody to join this thought.
Many people try to catch up with the Me Ahead and trying to be the Me Ahead. Fighting the demons, but why? Is it necessary to live up to the expectations of your parents, your friends, colleagues or society? Stop and think. Look at the original you, the Me Behind and think about it. That one is perfect, reboot and start living. Good luck.