“External reality is nothing more than a massive soup of frequencies and wavelengths. Among all those various frequencies and waves, our physical senses are only able to tune into less than a fraction of a percent of what’s actually possible to experience.”
We all have different belief systems. Everything we believe to be real about the world we live in, is really just our subjective interpretation of various phenomena.
In other words, everyone is tuned a little differently.
When we meet someone who appears to be tuned into our wavelength, it creates a natural affinity, a friendship, a kinship. We may feel as if we have known this person forever, as if we met them in a past life.
However, when we meet someone who is tuned in very differently, we may experience a sense of cognitive dissonance, feelings of discomfort and/or awkwardness. Conversations with this said individual may become stilted, instead of smooth and flowing.
We absorb ourselves in different realities every single day, testing what fits and what doesn’t fit just like trying on new clothes.
Once we begin to set our mind to search for certain ideologies, we may miss seemingly obvious details.
When someone enters our reality who operates from a different belief system, we have a tendency to judge them, possibly make fun of them, and even call them strange or weird.
In reality, they’re just tuned into a very different station than our own. It’s almost like people are tuned into different radio stations or TV channels, depending on their personal preferences and tastes. The media they consume serves to alter their belief systems along different lines of thought.
I’ve come to realize that the adult world is nothing more than a social construct that’s been developed gradually over time, a prison of the mind that limits creativity, imagination, and insight. Many people focus on the social construct, believing it’s the ultimate reality, accepting their miserable fate as another cog in society’s machine.
When I turned 18, I had an epiphany, and I realized that I didn’t want to live the life of a simple cog in the machine. I began to emulate the mindset of a rich and successful Kevin Navarro. I had a vision where I was different, possessing skills and qualities that I was missing out on right now.
If you don’t like your life, change it. Things will get better! Commit to making changes in yourself, casting out the old you and developing new habits and routines. As quickly as these new habits take hold, is the speed at which you can move towards the reality of your design.
If you figure out your destiny, the journey always works itself out…