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Entries in illusion of control (3)

Monday
Oct312011

The Illusion of Control

Have you ever woken up feeling the blues? You know, that feeling of being unsettled, as if you, your life, or your relationships just aren’t matching up to your expectations. You feel like something is askew but you don’t know how to fix things and make them right. You wish you could figure out how to make things right but you keep ruminating on what is wrong and are at a loss on what to do about it. Well, you are not alone. Everyone suffers from this from time to time. For some reason we are most prone to this condition on Monday mornings. And while most people will identify this as the Monday morning blues, I believe that what we are really suffering from is our illusion of control.

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Monday
Mar282011

Lessons from Japan: Number Two. Don’t get attached to any “one” tomorrow.

There is so much change happening in any one single moment. Our minds simply can’t compute and grasp how many conditions must be met prior to each moment in order for that moment to occur. It simply boggles the mind. If we spent our time paying attention to each and every moment and what went into that moment’s birth, we wouldn’t get too much done. I am personally grateful that our minds are set up to operate quite the opposite. Our minds are designed to perceive, filter, interpret, summarize and store information that it deems important. All the rest gets pushed aside. This not only allows us to go about our daily lives in relative peace, but also enables us to go through each day with “ignorant bliss.” We get to maintain some kind of illusion that our lives are under “control” and that we can pretty much feel safe and secure in knowing what tomorrow will bring—usually more of the same. However, in reality life can't help but remind us again and again that this is really not how it works.

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Sunday
Mar202011

Lessons from Japan: Number One. How would you rate your relationship with Mother Nature? 

Just one week before the devastating earthquake hit Japan, I was having lunch with some friends and we were discussing just how vulnerable we human beings are. I don’t mean in the sense that we can get our feelings hurt or hearts broken. It wasn’t that kind of conversation. We were discussing our role and place in our eco-system. After discussing the merits of human intelligence and our position at the top of the food chain, in the end, we all agreed that human beings were no more and no less powerful, and dare I say, important, than any other part of our eco-system.

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