the most important question I ask myself is: will I enjoy this experience. If I do enjoy the experience, then that means I am engaged in my life. Otherwise, I will continue to experience the same state of mind.
If you enjoy the experience, then you’ll feel engaged. If you don’t enjoy it, then you’ll feel disengaged. I mean this in the most literal way. If I’m out walking and I see a couple of trees fall over and a bunch of small birds fly into the air, I’m going to feel like shit.
I feel that way when I try to do something and its totally awesome because I don’t have a problem with it. This is a huge contrast to me, when I feel like I need to be doing something, it means that I feel totally disengaged.
You can tell the difference between disengaged and disengaged because the latter makes you feel like you suck at what you are doing and you can’t do it right because you just aren’t feeling it. When you’re engaged and you’re doing something, it’s almost like a good sign. But when you’re disengaged, you are just a bit more aware and you’re like, “wow, this is so cool.
I think that disengagement is a good thing. It leads to a better awareness of what you are doing, which leads to a better ability to stop doing it.
That’s what it feels like to me. I feel disengaged, but not disengaged, because I feel like I have no control over my actions. But when I’m engaged, I feel like I have some control and it gets a lot easier to stop doing it, rather than just going through it without stopping. Which is also kind of the feeling I get when I’m getting into the zone and trying to get into a trance state where I don’t even feel the urge to do anything.
While it is true that we can do things that are harmful to ourselves and others without even realizing it, it is also true that we can do things that are harmful to ourselves and others and still feel good about it. In my case at least, I feel good about doing what I want to do because I feel good about taking my body and mind for a ride, and I feel good about doing it because it makes my life a bit better.
We’ve all done this. We’ve all been tempted to run a marathon when we should have just been walking or jogging along the way. We’ve all been tempted to turn off our cell phones when we should have been turning on them. We’ve all been tempted to stop seeing friends or family when we should have been seeing them.
We have all been tempted to turn off our cell phones when we should have been turning on them. But, in my experience, when we do this we end up making our lives a bit worse. We end up spending more time in the car, we end up spending more time eating, and we end up spending more time stressed. And I have to admit that I am a bit depressed about this.
I guess I should have been aware of this but I haven’t been. I have to remind myself that I have my cell phone, and it’s been with me all the time. I have to remind myself, though, that I have two phones, and I know I have one in the car.