I know what feeling like you’re in a fog is like. I’m sure you do too. You wake up in the morning, but you’ve barely slept. Other times, you can’t get any sleep at all. One minute you’re doing something else, then suddenly it’s 3:00 AM, and your brain won’t stop churning out thoughts about everything from work projects to relationship problems to financial issues. It’s exhausting!
Fortunately for many other people with similar experiences and me, there is one thing that always helps me see the world in a clearer light: plain unsalted and unbuttered popcorn eaten while sitting down on my couch or bed with no distractions around me except maybe some soothing music or tv show playing quietly in the background.
If you’re like me, then you feel like you’re in a constant fog.
It would help if you determined what to do with your life or where to go next. But, unfortunately, it’s easy to get lost in the white noise of everyday life and focus on other things that seem more important than figuring out what makes you happy.
The good news: this is normal! Everyone goes through times when they feel like they need clarity–it’s just part of being human. But here are some ways I’ve found helpful in getting my head out of the clouds
What do you want to do, or where should you go?
You will get clarity. You can see the path ahead and make decisions based on that information. You’ll see the future–and maybe even change it! You’ll also have access to knowledge about the past and present, which can help provide insight into current situations or events.
It’s important to remember that no one else can experience these things for themselves; this is all dependent on YOU being present enough with yourself so that when these shifts occur within your consciousness (which happens as soon as we begin asking ourselves these questions), then we can notice them happening within us at some point during our journey toward self-exploration through meditation practice.
Post Nut Clarity Meaning
As if your vision is covered with smog:
- You can’t see the road ahead.
- You need help seeing the path to your goal.
- You can’t see what you want to do or where you should go.
One thing that always helps me see the world in a clearer light
One of the best things you can do is get some fresh air. Fresh air is real, and I don’t just mean “the opposite of smog.” It’s also an expression that means “to breathe in the fresh air.” If you’re feeling confused by this concept, please take a moment to reflect on all those times when you’ve been outside in nature and felt better afterward.
Now imagine how much refreshed you’d feel if instead of breathing just regular old oxygen from trees or whatever else was around at the time, your lungs were filled with pure oxygen from some machine that pumps it through pipes into your house 24 hours a day? Wouldn’t that be great? Well, guess what: The device exists! It’s called an oxygen concentrator (OC). It does exactly what we just discussed–it pumps pure O2 into your home so that even if there isn’t enough available outdoors due to pollution or whatever else might cause poor air quality where we live or work (or both!).
Then at least our homes are protected from harmful toxins like carbon monoxide, which could lead us astray while driving down highways full speed ahead without any regard whatsoever towards other motorists sharing space alongside them on busy streets where traffic jams often occur during rush hour times which may result in accidents involving pedestrians crossing intersections without looking left first before proceeding rightward toward safety zones marked by signs warning drivers against speeding past limit lines set forth by local authorities who enforce laws regulating traffic flow patterns within designated zones known locally as freeways located throughout urban areas near downtown sections.
The world is a big place, and there are many things that we can do with our lives. But if your vision is covered with smog, then it’s time for some Post Nut Clarity!