Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Enjoy the senses, experience strongly

Our forefathers lived in the wild nature and got much more sensory stimuli every day than what we nowadays get. They needed all their senses to stay alive, and that is what we too are adapted to. Instead of the simple city houses we need the complexity, health and variation of the wild nature. Instead of eating too much, we should enjoy using our eyes all the time, to enjoy the emotional beauty of colours and structures, of understanding roles and uses, a meaningful contact with the concretical practical action. Sensations tell us wisdom of life about ways of doing, emotional meaningfulness of goalsettings and emotional observations of side effects of routes chosen, states of mind reflecting situations on a personal level, etc By taking them properly into account we can improve the quality of life. Sports make philosophy of life easier via increased physical variation that via the ties with gesture language makes it easier to change ones viewpoints and one's ways. Read John Steinbeck's books.

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Be social with wild animals

Be friendlily social with little wild birds and copy from them good ways to do things. Birds live healthy natural life and are because of that good models to learn from anything from singing to healthy kind of social ways and wise ways to do things. Emphatize with the atmospheres of trees and wild flowers and wild plant's ways of growing: that is the natural stimuli that supports our social eye and our wisdom of life.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Dress happily

Your clothes create your social vote about what kind of life you want to live. So dress in warm happy colours and search for a happiness oriented style in what you do and how you do things. Avoid things connected to nasty things like black, blue and grey. Choose instead red, white and green, maybe also brown and yellow. If you are a man who feels pressured by work and men's role, please try wearing red trousers (which make encounters frienlier) and a white (moral) or light green (leisurely) shirt. If you choose to wear a red shirt, choose finer party style shirt (which gives you personal room to live in) instead of a college shirt (which often makes others treat you as underaged).

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Build upon what works well

In just about everything that you do, some things work well while others just hold you back. What is not of any use makes a kkrrrrhhhhh sound or a like atmosphere: grey, stuck and without spirit. Just drop those nonworking things away, and build solely on the nice well working things. So you reach happiness and get things to work well...