Mindfulness

For the greater good

Do you want to live a wasteful life? Influenced by convenience, surrounded by toxic reminders of laziness? Or do you want to feel inspired, connected, boasting selfless acts which perpetuate environmental change?

When you start living E.C., your emotional abundance skyrockets. You start caring for the world, and you notice how much the world cares about you. When you dig past the surface levels of life, you become open to infinite possibilities, perceptions, and power. Your receptivity is harnessed for the greater good.

Most people stay limited only to what they know, rather than finding out what they are capable of. This traps oneself in a state of fear and mal-intent. You ignore your intuitive compass to lead a life filled with doubt, clutter, waste, and processed foods. Do you actively question the chemicals you put in your body? Consider the resources required (and mostly wasted) on a plastic-wrapped convenient store lunch? Do you fall easily to advertising ploys, such as “organic” “fat free” “zero calorie” without reading the labels for added sugars, trans fats, and twenty-syllable preservatives?

I urge you to start questioning your nature, for the greater good. We need some goodness thats great. The collective conscious kind of great. To fix the mishaps of a surface level kind of living.

Together, we can harness the power of individual change to scale up and make global differences.

“Every living being is an engine geared to the wheelwork of the universe. Though seemingly affected only by its immediate surrounding, the sphere of external influence extends to infinite distance. There is no constellation or nebula, no sun or planet, in all the depths of limitless space, no passing wanderer of the starry heaven, that does not exercise some control over its destiny”

Nikola Tesla

Power to the Local Dreamer