What does energy mean to you?
Is it the energy to power the appliances and lights in your home, is it the energy that drives the motor of your vehicle that gets you to work, or maybe it’s the energy you need to actually perform at your work? Some might say that these are the primary forms of energy that we need to have in adequate supply just to get by in the modern world, and if we have any inkling of energy left at the end of our typical day, we then go and spend the rest of it in the gym, or on a bike, boat, on a run, on a golf course or some kind of physical recreation activity and still need a supply somewhere in all of this to give back to our families… Thus, it seems as though we have become these vessels that require energy in order to simply exist – and
I would intimate that the various ‘primary’ energy-requiring factors in our lives seem like energy vultures, just hovering above us waiting to circle down and gobble us up if we are not careful. What a sad existence awaits the human race if this is what we are…
This is a mindset more than a physical trait. Our minds are most likely the most influential force of energy that exists on the planet. More than any nuclear atom or renewable solar flare, our brains are almost untapped in terms of potential – what an exciting notion. We only seem to fail in our ability to supply continual and adequate fuel to the brain in order for it to function. Human conditioning also dictates the level at which we can develop the skillsets of our two lobes. After all, almost all of the great and fantastic inventions and visionary movements throughout time have come from humans that have been able to maximize some form of brain potential. When the brain is energized – we are optimized.