Disturb Mind, Disturb Brain, Disturb Body
Disturb body, Disturb brain, Disturb mind

The body, brain and mind are delicate instruments and have to kept in balance. The mind affects the body, and a chemical change can affect the brain, which can influence the mind.

Serotonin is influential in depression.
Dopamine is a chemical associated with the anticipation of pleasure.
Adrenaline is a chemical produced in response to stress, anxiety and fear.

The environment in which we live has a huge effect on us; likewise, gradual changes in our diet, and the plastic material in which the food is wrapped. The overuse of chemicals to treat depression and anxiety could have a detrimental effect on our system; we need serotonin, dopamine and adrenaline but in the right measure. The introduction of subtle trauma via the media, social and family pressures, and even entertainment ā€“ all linked to an unrealistic view of reality – will also not be without effect.

Of course, most of the time we are unaware of all this going on as we are too busy getting involved and reacting. As humans, we are driven by desire, frustration and thus, addiction.

That is the prison we have created for ourselves; a collective prison.

We need the key to liberation.
All we have to do is be aware.
We can redress the balance
by cutting out excess, and through meditation.

Meditation is so important as, at every moment, we are surrounded by those who are caught up in this dark dungeon of existence. Our desires, fears and indifference are mara activity – demon activity; these are the contaminates in our system.

Unfortunately, there are those who are heavily involved in deceiving others for profit, either consciously or unconsciously. This is heavy-duty mara activity.

Modern life is putting us all more and more off balance (electromagnetic frequencies may even accelerate this). When we are dull, we do not notice what is needed because we are too occupied and too exhausted.

All we have to do is be aware.
Redress the balance by cutting out excess, and meditate…
…not too tight and not too loose.

This is all about our Mental Health.
If we are being wound up,
we simply have to unwind!


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