Tracking Changes

Today was a rather intriguing day, I’m not sure even where to start in writing about this but we may as well start from the beginning.

During the night, I was focusing on a specific piece of jewellery to be sold, I added a budget for it to be advertised through Facebook and even offered free shipping for it. What I discovered is that when I awoke in the morning, the piece was sold.  I wasn’t happy with the Facebook Pages marketing because I told it to focus on Australia only and instead it decided to target Brazil, Dubai and Italy as it is my largest fan base according to the statistics.  So I had to run another run with focusing on Australia.  So that was a good move, unfortunately for me, it was a piece that I really did love but I’m sure that it’s gone to a wonderful owner.

After doing some reading for University and making a few changes with things to reorganise this thing called ‘Real Life’, I went to spend some time with my Mum to help her organise some books and deliver a few boxes to the Salvo’s as she’s moving over to digital eBooks. What transpired was a very long conversation about a number of things. It was a very exploratory discussion which was very interesting and at the same time, threw in some grocery shopping for some fruit.

I was planning on going back to do more reading for University but decided to let my hair down and have a chat with a good mate of mine and relax for once. This too was an exploratory conversation which didn’t even plan on happening but there were a lot of great laughs to be had.

So this ‘Real Life’ thing has seen me really focus on change… Changing myself into whom I want to be and for someone to have been so heavily invested into Social Networking to just go… I really see no point in it any more (myself) even has me surprised. I still retain the use of Facebook but I’ve been going through removing a lot of people that I don’t even know, let alone talk too to really focus on those that I know.  I’m actually quiet over the social networking stuff these days… It had it’s moments, it has had it’s days but what I really miss is the human interaction.  I miss the moment when a friend would call and we’ d catch up for a drink or spend some time over the phone.  This internet stuff… it’s had it’s days for me.  I still have the Ingress game but I’m not interested in the social aspect of things with it any more… I have left every group on the Google Hangouts because I’m just not interested. I enjoy the people but I’m not interested in seeing 400+ messages that I’ve skipped in the span of 1/2 an hour… It did kill boredom but I’m moving my life into a direction that serves me best.  So far, I’ve removed myself from a handful of social network sites and even with a huge friends list on Facebook… I’ve been going through the ‘pain in the ass’ process of deleting people that I do not even socialise with.  I want to connect with people on more than just a ‘I scratched my ass’ and have been making progress…  I’m feeling much more peaceful that I’m doing this as well…

I don’t want to be that person whom you go hang out with and they spend all their time looking at their phone because they’d rather be talking with other people on the internet rather than spending time with the person they are with.  I don’t need to keep up with the movements of what everyone does during their day… I want to focus on my life, my business, my music, my family and spend time with true friends.  The ‘addiction’ to having to living up to a ‘reputation’ of being the ‘coffee addict’ or the ‘funny person’ on a social networking site… it’s done with.  That’s why I have this blog… to discuss certain things with the virtual world of the internet.

After all, what is life without real human interaction… It really is like living in a prison with these ‘smart phones’ and constantly being ‘connected’ to the internet, constantly checking for messages.. It’s a horrible addiction to have and it removes so much time for the more important things such as… “time to one self” or doing things like “reading a book”… do we really need to be constantly connected to the internet? They were saying that selfies are a form of mental disorder but seriously… I am one to believe through my own personal experience that being constantly connected to the internet realm is a disorder. I would rather be out drinking a glass of wine, enjoying a delicious meal and enjoying the company of friends and loved ones…

So that’s what I’ve been doing these past few weeks, analysing my own belief systems and changing what no longer serves me.  I’ve even started to enjoy being unique because even tonight, talking with ‘the boys’. I found myself not even remotely interested in talking about strip clubs or women that like showing themselves off because it’s not me, it has never been me. I’ll be honest, I’ve only ever walked into a strip club about 3 times in my entire life and I left instantly. I never enjoy it because I’m the gentleman who really just wants one person who they will always love, be devoted, loyal and faithful too.  I’m sure there are others out there but even being with ‘the boys’… I don’t entertain in such discussions because all I think about is the woman that I adore, love and cherish. She’s everything to me and that’s all that I need. Who needs all this stuff… when all we really need is the one we truly love, true friends and dreams to make a reality…

These are just my personal thoughts…

In the meantime.. I’m off to write another track which I’m focusing on meditation again with Solfeggio frequencies…

Track Changes