Is my Brain Misaligned?
Is my Brain 'Misaligned"? Would love to get some feedback on these thoughts please!
Date: 10/9/2005 9:41:22 PM ( 16 y ) ... viewed 2008 times
Is my Brain Misaligned?
Because I am dealing with Spine and Joint Misalignments I use the word ‘Misaligned’ to express that something is not in balance also in other matters.
Browsing through the curezone website I find more and more interesting posts and I wonder if I ever can read all I like to? Also I start to receive feedback on my own posts or messages I respond to, some critic as well and I am really thankful for that.
Often when I think about whatever I just saw, read or experienced I is not stored permanently in my Brain although at the moment when I was thinking I had the feeling that this excites me and I surely will keep that in Mind, hope you know what I mean?
This is only until I realize that I cannot re-call many of these moments at a later time, they are gone or only a fraction is left. Well I learned that our brain disposes about 80% of the input it get after just 20 minutes and that the rest only has a chance to stay if we re-cite it often enough to make it a permanent memory (The learning process)
So I started to write down things more frequently or respond to matters as early as possible.
Well here is one of these thoughts:
I am constantly ‘undecided’ what to ‘believe’ and what not as expressed in some of my posts as well I guess.
I am intrigued by the thought that we have a ‘Higher Self’ that is different to our ‘Ego’.
An I am considering myself as reasonable ‘spiritual’ in a sense that I think about these matters often.
Is the ‘Higher Self’ and the ‘Ego’ maybe even the same?
Is our purpose in life somewhat related to the desire of our ‘Ego’ to get satisfaction?
Why am I doing what I do?
I enjoy doing ‘good’ (or what most people would judge as good at least), I enjoy to give and I sometimes have trouble to receive. I try to think positive most of the time and I want to express that to people around me why?
Maybe that is the way I satisfy my Ego? Because I receive many ‘positive’ feedback with this attitude and I can remember that I never really felt good or received good feedback when I did something ‘bad’ (or even only less ‘good’).
So by this I, kind of, satisfy my Ego don’t you think? So maybe I am not so spiritual and just ‘normal’ and following my ‘instincts?
Anyway I am thankful that for whatever reasons I choose to live a life that tries to cooperate with everything and to fulfill my egoistic needs by doing (or even thinking) something ‘positive’ first.
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