It’s Time to Leave Desire Alone

Quit getting it together & look at the fuel going in

Q – Why add war to my already drawn-out conflict? That is, why stir up more thought into an already complicated situation, especially with my track record that says it all? Poor stabilisation skills, a tendency to over-pressurise, basic overthinking, etc.

A – What a good point! Therefore, in another move, I’d cut back on these heavier intakes that fuelled the cogs into overdrive. Although, this was never quite clear at the time or I suppose it was only a vague hunch. I was considerably backwards back then — mostly, Level 1, with only a hint of 2.

My primary cutbacks stamped down crap foods, synthetics, toxic water, excessive social and mainstream media and also the in-your-face propaganda. Which is another way of saying I’d turn from people who’d thrive off serving loaded questions or suggestions, boxing me in a corner. Or I’d veer from those who relied on 1up conversions from me not being able to move far in my responses, as emotions spark from their continuous stupid, subtle or open, marks and remarks.

I suppose, if it were only now and then, I’d have no problem; I could deal with it. But once the pattern emerged, that was it. Off I went.

With all the above taken into account, this Multidimensional Filtration System resulted in the deconditioning of my chatterbox mind, slowing things down to an optimal rate. Plus, I now no longer take first world dramas so seriously as deeper issues naturally revealed.


At the time of my cutbacks, I didn’t envision or expect such a massive turn-around in life, and most who’ve known me a while would also agree. My thinking gradually slowed down, which, in turn, affected my habits in a good way, so they aren’t so demanding. 😌

By scouting outside normal channels for specialised help and allowing the insight to open up and make small adjustments to my mental and physical intakes earlier on, I optimised a few years later. So starting small at home made the huge jump for me. It wasn’t in Big-Ideas for a Big World!

Less on my plate
My mental & physical plate

Thanks to a well-executed multi-realm diet (both food and thought management), my once completely out of whack world of desire I was trapped in, finally settled down. Today, I need not worry about changing or forcing my habits in place anymore as a stronger set of cogs shaped themselves.

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