Tomorrow – Always Speculating

Other than the obvious meaning of pointing towards the future, ‘Tomorrow’ in Mindless lingo generally implies a time or scenario that is either better or worse off inside a projection. Oh yeah, and it isn’t limited to the following day… it can be weeks, months or years in this direction. Either I project and want to follow, or I project and want to move away from something of current interest. Which in any case, is supposed to steer me towards a preferred line in my reality.

For example, as I project an image I would like to manifest, my brain converts the image into an appeal quality. This quality provides me with the inspiration I need to create whatever it is, i.e., a better me, community, relationship or the like. Otherwise, if I see trouble ahead, repulsion takes over my brain and I step the opposite way to get the same result. I project an image out of desperation only to then generate less of the good stuff in a ‘mere relief’ once the image is realised.

Also, many of these projections may look good in theory or in the one dimension upstairs. However, in most cases, I end up moving very little in my reality or I go one step further and increase the distance to my actual goal. I struggle to bridge the gap between the Unreal and Real Worlds (Tomorrow & Now) due to the lack of discipline or understanding that continually wastes my energy.

The reality…

I would often stay caught up inside a Highly Unreal Tomorrow under the impression that I’m about to step into success.

As for anyone who might be running extremes inside ‘Tomorrow’ and your reality suffers, you are in Level 1 Backwards Land. See the Level 1 Complex for what it is and you might also stop hurting your reality from these powerful illusions of the mind!

Tomorrow is the most significant psychological force driving humanity as its roots stem from Yesterday. Yesterday’s memory slides are processed/modified onto new projections to deal with ‘what is ahead’ based on the ‘what was’.


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