Seeing the signs

There are signs everywhere and yet we do not see them.

We are all looking for the next big thing, it’s how we’ve become conditioned by the collective mind. We so desperately want it that it never comes. That’s because we are sending out desperate signals to the world and desperation puts others off and they’re too busy desperately seeking something to notice anyway.

If we paused our search for the next big thing and enjoyed this moment, that is now, right now, becoming actually awake and away from the desperation of our thoughts, we’d start to see. Seeing is about awareness, about consciousness, about being aligned with our true essence and not attached to the story and the unconsciousness of the mind. Our sight is blocked by our mental blindfold of judgement and desperation to find what we so desperately seek.

When conscious, we’d see the signs and the universe would work with us to bring us all we need to experience what we seek from our soul and not our mind.

You are nearing the end of the escalator


Today, as I was walking up the escalator at Euston Station, which I do most weekdays, I noticed that TFL had invested in some swanky new signs, yet more health & safety overload, that informed passengers of the various ‘hazards’ of using an escalator!!!

Such useful tips as ‘hold the hand rail’ and ‘you are nearing the end of the escalator’. What made me laugh, was just how much we have been conditioned to accept this kind of stuff. We see it as so normal that we are being programmed to believe, that without all this ‘protection’ and information, we would be unable to think for ourselves, unable to travel around without injuring ourselves on escalators.

How has the human race survived this long. Perhaps, inventing escalators, without such warnings, might have led to our eventual demise. ‘Mass carnage at escalators, threatens humankind’ could have been the headline if it wasn’t for the intervention of TFL.

The thing is, we are now creating a world, where we do not have to think for ourselves. That is exactly what the establishment wants, total compliance, and not to question or think on our own.

So be careful out there, risks are everywhere!! Perhaps, in future we will have removed all chance and what a dull, pointless world it will be. A world where the masses shuffle like drones, to and from the ‘factory’, eking out an existence, safely following instructions and rules.

For me, I’m happy to trip on an escalator, if that means there is the risk of something exciting in life.

Perhaps, it could be changed to ‘you are nearing the end of your life, take a risk turn around and walk back down the escalator.’