When we aren’t Distracted

No one will be alright in a distracted world. There isn’t enough time to familiarize with the intrinsic thoughts and cater to the clear consciousness. One has to come out of that world to the many worlds that are ready to seize the inquisitive child.

Such a frenzied world does not discriminate in distracting. Distractions are sold everywhere; easily available and the curious individual’s eyes sparkle like counterfeit stars.

The fake is labeled with dignified manipulation machinery; the human energies are spent in creating many such fragmented worlds.

From here start the compartmentalized distractions. The lure of entering each world at a different stage of consciousness is incentive enough.

Anything simple is incarcerated in a concerted effort to aggrandize the devalued dreams. Distractions act as triggers to unsettle the various stress points that needle the brain. The routine conformity is perceived to be the most secure way to gain entry into those make-believe worlds.

There is nothing to create when creativity is killed in a nascent stage. All that is there is to excel in generalizations. Even more unnerving is the equanimity with which everyone seems to believe these generalized perceptions. Creativity is that nonconformist mirror which can expose the ulterior motives.

Distractions are officially given a name, it is ‘busyness’; the busy can always remain distracted and stretch the generalizations with clichés. The devolution of consciousness and increasing stressors can only mean an uneasy ecosystem of existence.

One has to really pull the plug from the debilitating world of busyness and allow the mind to rest. Less distraction means more consciousness. It has to be a conscious decision to say goodbye to distractions and seek in the right direction. It all starts with self-realization.

~Amitav

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One thought on “When we aren’t Distracted

  1. “Distractions are officially given a name, it is ‘busyness’; the busy can always remain distracted and stretch the generalizations with clichés. The devolution of consciousness and increasing stressors can only mean an uneasy ecosystem of existence.”

    YES! absolutely on point and well said.

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