Impact of Education on Cycles of Life
Situations which create trauma or happiness in life, are created by previous circumstances which influence thinking. Thinking Patterns create energy cycles which govern life through generating positive or negative vibrations
Education given in childhood influences patterns of thinking in adulthood. Positive or negative frequencies of thinking are conditioned through repeated self-talk or advise given in childhood. The emotional formulas for tackling problems which help the child escape or evolve, are subsequently implemented by adults while dealing with problems of everyday life.
Education is meant to help in problem-solving so that emotional intelligence can be applied in areas where mathematical intelligence, linguistic intelligence, sports , dancing or activities like karate, do not help in creating happiness.
The motive of education is to create a happy and peaceful life. However, instead of creating a peaceful life, the educational design followed in the modern, industrial world is such that it manifests a reverse cycle of thinking where negative vibrations are increasingly reinforced. As a result, life becomes difficult for children as they move into adulthood. Children become more anxious and aggressive in a competitive educational system, instead of becoming emotionally wiser and peaceful.
Difficulties add up because children grow up with a sustained focus on compromise, as the motivation for education is created by focusing on what is missing.
A Law of Repetition operates energy cycles of life in the universe. Energy which influences life patterns is released through the electric impulses generated while feeling an experience, as will be explained in more detail in chapters to follow. Children learn to feel more by imitation than by preaching. Because of a general focus on suffering in the world, and a need to be materialistically successful, children are conditioned into thinking that ‘sacrifice of present happiness for future happiness ‘is essential to be happy, which creates a need for feeling sad, by fashion.
The pre-dominant feelings of sacrifice and compromise which you focus upon in childhood keep repeating themselves in increasing intensity as life force rotating in cycles of energy movement.
A focus on what is missing trains young minds to repeatedly focus on deprivation instead of on contentment and fulfilment.
A pattern of repetitive negative thinking results from a constant need to feel worried instead of focusing on being content with that which is positive about life. Complaints are subconsciously enumerated over the blessings. Peacefulness evades the being, as anxiety rules internal energy circuits.
Contentment and subsequently, peacefulness can come in mass consciousness and in the individual, only by focusing on positive aspects of life more than the negative.
Positive energy increases by absorbing the happiness from natural surroundings, and by focusing on accomplishments rather than on failures in everyday life.