Dear ones, do you use your technology mindfully in support of your highest good, your health and wholeness?
…Or does your glowing little screen rule your life and keep you corralled and dependent? Does it limit your freedom?
Some of the human created reality blasted into your brain each day is meant to get you hooked and addicted to the content others have curated and chosen for you to digest and believe. I ask you for your health and well being to become an expert at discernment, to choose wisely what you will consume.
Think about this. When feelings of self worth come to you from the outside in, they are not genuine, not the real thing. True self worth and autonomy grow organically from the center of your being in partnership with source and radiate outward to enrich the web of life and all beings.
The phony, the fake, that which is chosen to root into your mind and addict you is not in your highest good. The words images are chosen just for you to make you feel insecure, to make you want things, to limit your creativity, to make you click and spend, to make you forget your true self and to make you believe this fake reality this phony feeling of connection is better than the real thing.
In your true and deep and abiding heart, in some corner of your mind your intuition knows who you really are and what is right for you. Do not sell or hand over your most precious gift for anything!
Use your technology wisely and well. You are the boss of your life! Make technology your servant.
Beware! Does your shiny sleek blinking device deceive you and keep you from the life you might otherwise be living?
Your every move, every word cataloged, categorized, tracked. You become a subject in a huge experiment.
The world created and projected within your little object into your brain is meant to addict you and lure you away from the everyday world of feeling what you feel in your body and heart.
Do these examples describe you or someone you love?
Your device can pull you away from knowing at your core who you really are, your connection with nature and true connection with other flesh and blood human beings.
The costs can include forgetting how to truly listen to another, forgetting how to feel real empathy and compassion for others, not knowing how to navigate boredom through creativity, forgetting how to relate in intimate ways with those around you, and an ignoring of the reality around you.
Factor these costs in when you tote up price of your phone and service.
Does your shiny device scream “Look at me! Pay attention to me! I am more real than your so called reality. I can solve all your problems so easily! I can make you feel better with the swipe of a finger, a touch on a screen.”?
If any of this sounds like you, please reevaluate your relationship with your sleek and shiny device.
Make sure you are the master of your device and not its servant.