We all have that one quote from one of the greatest movie directors, George Lucas, that goes: “I have a philosophy. Repeat it. Repeat it. Repeat it.” We all have those people who constantly tell us, “if you don’t do it, you won’t do it”. It’s funny to me because it goes along with my philosophy, but I actually don’t think it’s a bad philosophy.
The philosophy of repetition is quite simple: we could all be doing something every day, but we don’t actually do it because we are bored. We are bored because we like the things we do. Instead of doing something different every day, we have to do something that we like, and do it so often that we are bored. And that’s exactly what we do.
We constantly repeat the same stuff to ourselves. We like to think we have unique thoughts, but in reality, we are just repeating the same thoughts to ourselves. We think we are making decisions but our decisions are just our past actions being repeated over and over.
That is exactly what we are. Instead of making decisions, we repeat our actions over and over, making sure we have the same thoughts and actions. We get bored, the same thing.
We want to become more aware, we want to become more alert so it will be easier to recognize our actions. We want to be more aware of our thoughts, our actions, our feelings, our emotions. But being aware involves more than just knowing about what we want. It also involves learning how to become aware of what we do not want. When we don’t want to be distracted, we do things that are not fun, but we do them anyway.
It is in our minds to be more aware of the fact that we can be distracted by our surroundings. We do not want to be distracted by the fact that we are not thinking about a certain thing, so we can be distracted by a certain visual, a certain sound, or a certain music. We do things because we know, to a certain degree, that they are not worth the effort. We will do things because we know they are not fun, and they are not worth the energy.
And we do things because we know that we will think about them. We don’t think about them, but we try to think about them. We are not in a state of “thinking,” but instead we are in a state of “thinking, thinking, thinking.
We are in the state of thinking, thinking, thinking.
If you do a lot of repetitive tasks and a lot of repetition in your life, you will naturally find your life is repetitive. This is the same for people who are stuck in a time loop. We tend to repeat what we are doing and repeat repeating the same things over and over again. We will continue to do this until it becomes the only thing that we do. We will spend our lives doing this until we have no choice but to break the cycle.
For years I’ve been fascinated by the concept of time loops, and lately I’ve been talking more about the concept of “time loops in action.” As you might guess, I’m not the first person to suggest that time loops in our lives are the same as time loops in our lives. In fact, I’m not even the first person to say that our lives are time-loops.
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