Social Trends: Reflecting movements in the consciousness

Back in 1996, when the Internet became the subject of new discussion among everyday people, I lived in the Kuyamacha Mountains in San Diego State Park. A friend and I were discussing this new phenomenon, and I was pretty rude. When my friend said: "Kath, it's all about consciousness," I immediately realized the value of the Internet.

"Well, yeah," I thought, "go through your mind, without facial expressions, to perceive or perceive, or make judgments about the mind."

Within months I got my first notebook and went online. I haven't had asylum. In fact, the Internet and all technology are two things that I constantly list in my daily practice of "evaluating".

I remember living on a farm in Montana, and I wish there was a way to live in that beautiful place and be in business. Well, voila! Ask and it is given.

Recently there has been the emergence of social networking sites. I must admit that I have walked this one foot for a long time (in technology-life). Initially, the only website to watch was My Space, which the kids seemed to immediately get. Being a pretty private person, I just couldn't imagine my "profile" let alone my thoughts being there for the whole world to read, edit and pass on. Then Linked-In, Facebook and Twitter quickly followed their debut with others. I owe it to my friends who made me wonder in the 21st century.

I have spent a great deal of time reading and researching these media outlets, for the most part I am skeptical, shy, and private. Most often I have come across social networking sites to grow a business, and this is where I get huge suspicion. Where the money is motivated, I usually pause before looking at the possible rocky crust.

My first access to the social site was Linked-In. A friend invited me, so I joined. My reservations were: How long it takes and just posting the facts of my business online does not capture who I am. However, I scratched my toe in this strange water. It turns out it doesn't take a whole lot of time, but the most amazing thing happened, people I didn't know, I didn't know they started asking me to contact them. At the same time, on another site on the network, I was receiving memos to "suggest" people. My response was to answer them. "I would very much like to advise you, but in reality my policy is that I know you. Please feel free to contact me and let me get to know each other first." As you can imagine, no one was able to call me at the time. I thought it was a numbers game. completely sincere and not real. I can say that I continue to follow this policy quickly on this site.

At the same time, I joined Facebook and Twitter once again thanks to friends. Initially, I had a very cursed profile and never spent any time actively working with them. Then the Universe sent me another angel explaining to the crowd, I. This angel said: "Kat, these are the places where you can really get to know people, and they get to know you." My first friend & # 39; such a statement of consciousness. With this cosmic upside down head to head, I began to understand …

Prospect is a wonderful thing. When you can stay away from something, you start to see the bigger picture and what's really going on. So I stood on my own ladder and started looking at the picture on the social network, and here's what I see.

The most obvious thing I see is that people need to connect and communicate with each other. To put it mildly, I love that people reject television and advertising that tell you how to think about a topic that "they" want you to think about. Sometimes I get a chance to see commercial television, like when I'm in the gym & nbsp; I look at what the propaganda is doing in public. Here's this disease (plant the seed), and when you get it, ask your doctor about this drug (straighten the lemon). Arg. One day I saw a promotional article about high fructose corn syrup and why it's better for you. Double order. So when I heard a prediction that TV viewing in 2009 would decrease by up to 15% in favor of social media, I began to smile. It is not often that people come my way and stop watching television.

Second, I can see from a larger perspective that this is a tangible response to the distant distances that corporations, companies, and others have created over the last few years on a telephone tree. You can talk to a real person, and if you get someone, they probably don't know how to help you, only to have the inspiration and desire to really listen to you. We have been missing Real Madrid for a very long time. Don't you believe me? Try talking to someone about your mortgage loan or your insurance needs. They are robots and automatons who could care less. So here & # 39; In the social network, within seconds, you can post your answer about what you do. Looking for a bank that provides personal services? Your followers can mix and guide you in their personal experience. Look for the latest natural cancer treatment on Twitter and see how many hearts help you.

This is again a people-to-people interaction that is again intertwined for the world era. How much is it COOL? We are not obliged to sit down with the response that a banker or insurance agent or doctor has given us and swallow that if it does not feel right, we can go to our "extended, extended, extended family" and reach more space and time and better.

Third, we are completely transparent to the world. This is a good thing. One of the key issues that has brought us to such a persecuted state as a nation is the notion of a "hidden agenda". We hear explicit words and have failed to hear the rotating message. Can you tell why this is different? It is very difficult to be artificial in the course of time. You may want to hide some aspects of what you say, but when you are on Twitter or chatting with others on Facebook, eventually your true colors will shine through both what you say and what you say. or the nature of the friends and followers you gather. All of this is governed by the universal law of attraction, and you can fake it here. So, in a very subtle way, the explosion of social sites is also a return to our desire for greatness.

Ultimately, it is who we really are and our contribution to the world. We see and hear. We need to showcase our peculiarity and offer it to a mix of the world's great soups, which is all we've come to do… play with everyone.

Even if we use it to market our business, gizmo, widget, or service, we typically show the world our very essence by offering what we say we could do before we get here. But one thing is certain that we do communicate with the person, the Spirit, the Spirit once again. Everything in it.