When I was younger I loved going to the waterfront where so many people went. They would sit in circle and drum, they would walk hand in hand, they would sit on the bench together and talk. It was very interesting to sit and watch people interact with each other, their facial expressions, their body language, the energy flow between them.
In todays world, most people have their necks bent as they stare into their cell-phone screens, surfing the social media networks to see what their ‘friends’ are doing. What do you suppose is happening to the energy that was once exchanged with each other?
Do we really need cell phones? Governments have been perfecting telepathy techniques such as this one for a very long time. Doubt your abilities? Don’t.
“If you grow dependent on your smartphone, it becomes a magical device that silently shouts your name at your brain at all times.”
“If you send a text to somebody who’s not in the room, what you’re doing is extending your energy and bringing someone else into the fold. If everybody is doing that, the energy gets extended to the point where the perspective is changed and you can’t really bring it back.”
“We are rewiring our brains so they are less organised for deep thought; killing our attention span, destroying our memory, sleep and happiness.”
“Is your phone the first thing you reach for in the morning and the last thing you touch before bed? Do you frequently pick it up “just to check,” only to look up forty-five minutes later wondering where the time has gone? Do you say you want to spend less time on your phone—but have no idea how to do so without giving it up completely? If so, this book is your solution.”