Status #1331

I have noticed for years now that i cant function [...]


Clifton, Greater Manchester
via The Full Circle Project
I have noticed for years now that i cant function well in busy places, like town centers and supermarkets. Sometimes if i got in a supermarket depending on what music is playing i feel angry and as though the music is getting in my head and i will walk out with out buying what i came in for. if i have to go in supermarkets at all i now usually shop in the evenings .the same with city centers i avoid them if at all possible and i also work nights predominantly due to the feeling of quiet and calm during the night, rather than days. I was wondering if this is due to the type of mind control i have heard about with music and advertising and if anyone else experiences this.
Kya
What type of music are you hearing in supermarkets? I shopped at Sam's Club today and couldn't wait to get out of there. Although there was no music playing, EVERYONE shopping there looked and acted like zombies! It was crazy. I actually enjoy shopping at the grocery, Meijer near me, as they always have good music playing. I've always preferred night work, as you use less energy and gas that way. Also, because my circadian rythym doesn't allow me to work day shift- especially with having to wake up when it's still dark out now. I don't enjoy shopping during the day because of soooo many people being out and about and MANY do not even pay attention to their surroundings when shopping or otherwise. This is when I get scared to get back in my car and drive. If people don't know how to move and look around with carts in a store, how can they drive? LOL
Tuesday 18 August 2015, 04:00:57
sue67
The music is just run of the mill popular modern stuff and sometimes I don't notice it but now and again it's like aaarrrgggg I can't deal with this and its like it's getting inside my head and I can't focus on what I want and I feel angry and short tempered. I leave as soon as I can when this happens. It's also interesting what you say about arcadian rhythm , I must look more into this. I just know that for years I have been nocturnal and to live and function in this crazy world I have to work night. When I have in the past worked days I become ill. Not ill as in I need to see a doc but just not myself and not happy. I am lucky I can work a job and a shift pattern that suits me but it's took me many years of dips and dives to get there. Most people tell me it's not good to work nights as its not natural but I take no note as I know it suits me better.
Tuesday 18 August 2015, 04:19:38
Kya
That's what the medical establishment wants people to think- it's not natural to work days. I was born at 5:45 in the morning and it's still damn dark out. You know what your circadium rythmn really is when you take a vacation when you're off a week or more from work. Depending on the work, it may take more than a week. When I worked days, where I had to awaken at 5:15 in the morning, sometimes as early as 4:30, I could never function the entire day. I would wake up, however, after I got home. But never before then. Sometimes I would need a 2 hr nap before I could do anything else that I wanted to do. When on vacation, I would naturally stay up later and later and wake up at around 9-11am. After awakening and working nights, I'm going on less sleep but am filled with sooo much more energy now! Mainly light energy. After realizing what I truly want to work towards doing- healing the planet and others with my innate abilities, I had contacts through my dreams. Since then I have awoken before my alarm goes off, and naturally awaken w/o being jolted awake- no matter what time I go to sleep. On my off days, I sleep no more than 8 hrs, when I used to sleep 9 1/2 hrs (felt was my normal pattern of what I needed) and have basically been on my same sleep schedule as when I work: 6-7 hrs. I find it hard to go to sleep now, I have to wait until I am actually tired.
Tuesday 18 August 2015, 05:14:03
Kya
I mean not natural to work nights
Tuesday 18 August 2015, 05:14:33
[deleted user]
I have to take off camping just to get out of town. I really love the Shetland Isles as i can be sat on a beach and know that no one is near me, just looking out to sea and relaxing really recharges me. In June i was up at Althandu on the North Western Scottish coast and watching the golden eagles fly past was so beautiful. It still amazes me though how people have to be connected to the internet when they are in such a beautiful place and i heard people moaning about their connection.....! There was a young boy who sat near the router just staring at his tablet, he never stepped onto the rocky beach and probably never noticed the eagles, it's such a shame really.
Tuesday 18 August 2015, 08:14:37
sue67
If I'm not working my preferred sleep pattern is go sleep about 4 to 5 am and get up 11 am ish . Not sure what time I was born . I couldn't fun tion either if I had to get up 5 am. And Spike icke never been to Scotland but sounds lovely to watch the eagles ill have to find time to go sometime, it's sad how young uns can't live away from their tablets and phones Tec. If also noticed when adults are out with their kids and they too not really having fun with the kids but are looking at their phones . Great example for the kids .
Tuesday 18 August 2015, 10:26:05
[deleted user]
If you ever need a backpacking tourist guide......... :-)
Tuesday 18 August 2015, 10:41:35
sue67
Lol th
Tuesday 18 August 2015, 11:00:01
sue67
Lol ty
Tuesday 18 August 2015, 11:00:21
Kya
The Scottish moors are beautiful and I've always wanted to go there. Mainly drawn there because of my ancestors.. I've been accumulating camping supplies for when I need to leave here and I plan to TRAVEL! It will probably be after SHTF and hopefully will be able to travel freely wherever we need to.
Wednesday 19 August 2015, 01:17:56
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