OK. That confirms it. Based on that definition it’s official. I’m still a big kid.
We take a look under the skin of a new product promising to stop wastage of fruit and vegetables and do away with plastic packaging to see if it’s as appealing as the hype suggests.
Some time ago I listened to a fascinating lecture on resisting. What I got from it is that when you resist something you put up a barrier (spiritual, mental, energy or mass) between you and that which you are resisting.
That which you are resisting flows particles at you. Those particles hit the barrier you have created. Particles building up on one side of the barrier create a vacuum on the opposite side of the barrier.
When you resist and fail you get sucked into the vacuum and become that which you were resisting.
That is one mechanism of how people “flip” from good to bad. They become that which they fought.
So the key is to not resist that which you do not want but to flow energy towards that which you DO want.
Which is why the most aware people will always conclude a presentation by giving you things you CAN do towards creating a more desirable future outcome.
Buckminster Fuller summarised it so well when he said: “You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”