“I am saddened by how people treat one another and how we are so shut off from one another and how we judge one another, when the truth is, we are all one connected thing. We are all from the same exact molecules.” ~ Ellen DeGeneres

Many thought leaders and behavioural models tend to state that you are programmed from the moment you are conceived. Thereafter you are programmed by parents, family, community, society, media and so on.

Although there are a few wise people that walk amongst us have a different grasp on this matter of programming. They say it is an interesting concept that we are programmed and we call our brain a hard drive on which all is written. They continue to say have you ever wondered the whole Universe is in us. You, I and everyone are all droplets of the ocean. We all are one.

Indeed its sounds extremely heavy and for many a load of mumbo jumbo. In fact, when you look deep within yourself, you know and feel, that we are all connected. Then when you look into Quantum Physics you get the notion in simple terms it is the study of the Universe. It demonstrates through scientific experiments that what you think of reality, is not so. You all have a certain perception of reality that is influenced by your beliefs/norms, meanings and values. None of you is dealing with reality, just your perception of reality.

You are not programmed but you are conditioned to be who you are. And you are conditioned with beliefs/norms, meanings and values without your awareness. Many of these beliefs/norms, meanings and values used to condition you are deadly viruses that destructively consumes you in terms of your thoughts, health, career, finance, relationships, growth and much more. Then you wonder how did I mess my life up.

Ask yourself "what is important to you in your life?" The answer will come across nine crucial elements. These being work, family, hobbies, health, friends, relationship, contribution, personal growth and your higher self. Without your awareness you could be sabotaging one or all of these through the viruses that have been injected into you.

Dr Ananya Mandal, MD explains on http://www.news-medical.net/ "viruses are tiny organisms that may lead to mild to severe illnesses in humans, animals and plants. This may include flu or a cold to something more life threatening like HIV/AIDS. 

The virus particles are 100 times smaller than a single bacteria cell. The bacterial cell alone is more than 10 times smaller than a human cell and a human cell is 10 times smaller than the diameter of a single human hair.

Viruses by themselves are not alive. They cannot grow or multiply on their own and need to enter a human or animal cell and take over the cell to help them multiply. These viruses may also infect bacterial cells.

The virus particle or the virions attack the cell and take over its machinery to carry out their own life processes of multiplication and growth. An infected cell will produce viral particles instead of its usual products."

Reading on what a virus is, it seems the many beliefs/norms, meanings and values that are injected into you could be extremely dangerous. These are viruses killing your creativity and innovation. The sabotaging beliefs/norms, meanings and values attack the abundance within you and take over its machinery to carry out their own life processes of multiplication and growth. The infected abundance will produce further sabotaging beliefs/norms, meanings and values instead of its usual products of joy, prosperity and compassion.

Just like a viruses the tiny organisms called beliefs/norms, meanings and values may lead to mild to severe illnesses in us. This may include feeling down or low in energy to something more life threatening like depression, suicidal or behaviour that leads to destroying yourself and others.

"Out beyond ideas of wrong doing and right doing, there is a field. I'll meet you there. When the soul lies down in that grass, the world is too full to talk about. Ideas, language - even the phrase "each other" - do not make any sense." - Mevlana Jelaluddin Rumi – 13th century

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