We have just celebrated Father’s Day, and are about to experience the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year. Since we had had a reasonably bright summer, with long sunny spells, hot temperatures and humid days, before the dreaded rain made its all too inevitable return, a strange thought has plagued my mind: are human limits and limitations, irreversible unlike any other inanimate object in our universe?
Furthermore, do the change in our surroundings, conditions and moods depend on our exposure to whatever takes place around us? I ask this since we had been longing for good weather across London and just as soon as the Mercury climbed a bit, we decided to complain about the weather again, rather than trying to enjoy ourselves over in St James‘s Park or Greenwich. Does this culturally induced modus operandi also tell us that we are accustomed to long for the dreadful cold weather despite our protests?
We need the Changes in Weather
It is no surprise to admit that we all need and deserve a little bit of a change sometimes. That is precisely why we all have holidays, vacations and the occasional fun night out, a human tune-up if you will. Yet while objects have an instantaneous tendency to reset the following servicing, you often hear people talk about not winding down till the end of their holidays, or needing a vacation away from a vacation.
Restoring our Body Needs
We often talk about getting that same level of restoration as say a piano. Yet, the temptation to share pictures of one’s lunch or drinks on Facebook or the next random memory on Twitter is often too hard to resist when there is no reason whatsoever to repeatedly stab our phones during our time off. Using the concept of cadence, could it be that modern humans are just not designed to attain satisfaction at either end of the note that is our existence without an expert psychologist involved? And does this less than 100% human harmonic rhythm reflect anything on the order that we crave out of our own energetic chaos?
There is ample semblance in the human body: the beating of the heart, the flow of blood, the way our lungs operate, and even the seven-year cycle that our skin follows to replace each and every cell with a brand new one. We put routines in the way we work, sleep and adhere to conventions, laws and the year-round calendar. So perhaps, it might be time that to perform like clockwork, we have to allow ourselves to be more observant of our own beings, and schedule time with our own thoughts and uncertainty with some regularity. Even if we, as humans, are unable to reach our theoretical limits, we can at least try to be the best at what we do best.
What do you think about the concept of a fully reversible human experience? Can we modulate our own frequencies? And does our energy have any connection with the seasons and the calendar of holidays and important dates? Please feel free to leave a comment.