There are two levels of Psychological Less:
Level 1 ‘Less’ is my ability to project an idea that describes some ‘thing’, ‘one’ or ‘aspect’ with reduced features, weight or composition when compared to a snapshot of reality. I paint a picture of what it means to be ‘less’ using my imagination.
Generally speaking, the story of ‘less’ tells of an existence that ultimately reduces energy consumption, emission and waste when compared to that of others who share the same environment for the sake of sustainability, love and compassion. And if I’m truly dedicated to being minimalistic in my ways, there is no sacrifice as I make it an art. I live a happy and abundant life knowing that I’m in tune with the world.
Level 2 ‘Less’ is my ability to end any idea when it is not needed. Rather than projecting an idea of the conventional version of less and its attributes, my insight defuses the idea altogether, thereby strengthening the next set of ideas that project.
Now, can you see the difference between them? In a sense, Level 2 is an interdimensional movement of an insight powering down an idea. Whereas, Level 1 is a continuation of conventional ideas that symbolise less energy consumption.
Allow me to explain further…
Levels 1 and 2 are both ideas since I need a way of describing this information to you. But the 2nd Level of the idea briefly symbolises less mental activity, which is rather unique. It describes my ability to clear the screen without using the force that comes from more thought processing. Therefore, the eraser is not another idea that gives the illusion of clearing my mind by rubbing over the thicker content inside my thoughts. If that makes sense. Instead, I immediately free myself from the powerful narrative and defuse any content from the surface of my mind.
As internal pressures mount or when an idea no longer serves a practical purpose, I’m able to release that program and free up my energy because I know that nothing else applied directly will be of better help. I know that if I continue refining my thoughts, I will simply lose the quality of greater space.
From psychological activity, I am reduced to a state of psychological inactivity by allowing energy from another dimension to defuse my thought processing, however long or short the break lasts. Thus I am recharged from the space in between, and ready to face the next thing that emerges and tries to take over.