Life is one thing. Everything in it leads to it and becomes it as it unfolds. Wherever you step, is a part of the whole. Whoever you become, is a part of the whole. Whatever you can do and know, is a part of all that can be done and is knowledge. Whoever you get to know, is no different from anyone else you’ll ever know. So far this is the only way time travel is possible. Deja vu!
Dejavu is saying, ‘haven’t we met before!’? ‘It looks like I know you from somewhere!‘. The people you’ve met in the past, make it easier for you to relate and connect with the people you are meeting now or tomorrow. The experiences you had with them, have something in common with the natural characteristics of the people you are meeting now. Groundwork laid!
But it’s not just with people, with jobs too! Every job an employee has done in the past makes it easier for them to relate and connect with their new job. Here comes the magical part, how well you did the job in the past, determines how fast you’ll master the job at hand. One more time, how well you did the jobs in your past determines how fast you can master and enjoy the job in the present.
Back to people, that echo reaches here as well — how well you got to know and experience other people in the past, makes it easier for you to relate and connect with the people you meet in the present. Obviously, the future will depend on what happens today. How well you relate with and experience the people you’ve met today, will determine how long and fast you will enjoy and connect with the new people you’ll meet tomorrow.
You’ve got to be the kind of person who wants and is eager to try out new things. It doesn’t matter how great they are, as long as they leave you with some new experience. It is this experience you’ll need and use to relate to the great things you’ve always wished for or wanted.
If an unemployed person goes to a job interview, for a job they don’t like and fail, it’s okay. If the second time they go to another job interview for a job they like and fail, it’s okay. Just as long as they paid undivided attention to previous experiences, the third interview will find them with an elevated state of consciousness, a heightened sense of awareness, one which makes new situations seem familiar, Deja vu! That’s when they win.
Relationships too need moments of Deja vu. You need to have seen it before, heard it before, felt it before, touched it before, tasted it before, this way your reaction and response to new relationship scenarios becomes relatable and familiar. Not being a surprise, you are able to deal with it in a more mature and rational manner. Perhaps that’s why we naturally have adolescent years. In that fun and funny youthful years, boys and girls pretend to be mature men and women, trying to play ‘papa’ and ‘mama’ as far as they can take it.
The boys and girls who truly get immersed and experience every detail of it, in their adolescence — become amazing wives and husbands. Nothing surprises them, nothing shocks them, nothing fools them, nothing frightens or hinders them, they’ve seen it all before. Deja vu!
Entrepreneurs can best share their testimonies. They fail once, then twice, and on and on. Eventually, the same things become so familiar that they find it easy to maneuver around them and keep momentum. The knowledge and experience they acquire through their many failures, exposes them to all there’s about business suffering, need scarcity, challenge, opportunities, and strategy. Soon or later, depending on how attentive they were, they become way too experienced for normal usual setbacks. They graduate. They are neither shocked when usual things go wrong nor surprised when things go right. Deja vu!.
You stand a better chance at a happy easy life by freeing yourself from all unnecessary reservations and strictness — by experiencing it all, as much as you can, for as long as you can. Dedicated with undivided attention, every moment of it. If something crosses your path, experience it. If a job crosses your pass, whether you like it or not, experience it. If a person crosses your path, fond of them or not, experience them. If an idea, subject, topic, or lesson crosses your mind, experience it.
Experience it now, and tomorrow you’ll be new and it’ll be old, whatever it is. Otherwise, tomorrow you’ll be old, and it’ll still be new.
Editorial/ Yewe Yewe
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