Everything changes, even though, underneath it all, nothing changes.
Everything changes. Even though, underneath it all, nothing changes. This is easy to explain:
Proving, underneath it all, we’re all resistant to change. Because we’re controlled, managed, and mediated, by, the conservation of an uber-simple ‘circle.’
This explains addiction. And, habits, in general. The attraction to (of and for) video games, for one example. The connection (obsession) to a smart phone, for another. Repetitive behavior, universally.
It also explains technology. In general.
Meaning, we’re not going to change anything, any of us, unless we feel ‘safe’ enough to do so.
Where, safety, comes and goes. According to what’s happening in Nature. Explaining, again, addiction to a smart phone (a video game).
Where Nature, like technology, is bound together, like everything else, by a simple zero, and-or, one. (On-off, Y-N, M-F, T-F, etc).
So, this explains, why, even though everything changes, nothing, whatsoever, changes. Forcing all of us to take a closer look at our ‘selves’ and our own ‘behavior.’ In order to mitigate (manage) (escape) the change that’s all ‘around’ us.
Ilexa Yardley is the author and the editor of The Circular Theory.
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