MAKING LIFE SAFE

Broadband sensing is evolutions' safeguard against danger. Animals know that both their dozing and focused modes are not really safe, unless they are combined with broadband activity.

Humans have houses of stone, and have eliminated anything which could eat us alive. Humans live in rooms, where smells don't change, and most things don't move or make noises (except on that curious invention the TV screen). Rooms are safe. In rooms, we don't need to use our panorama sense to feel safe.

Other animals make their life safe by broadbanding. By keeping one eye open and by keeping the ears open – an animal can half-way relax, and doesn't have to worry about being eaten alive while dozing. The same applies to the blackbird constantly checking for cats, playful dogs or careless humans, he can half-way relax while eating a delicious worm.

A Way To Be
Many forms of mediatation encourage similar states of watchfulness, and these have similar effects to broadbanding.

But broadbanding is the tried and tested way, it's the simplest and most natural way. Modern humans could start enjoying all the positive side effects without the motivating fear. Broadbanding directly stimulates peace of mind, and eliminates worry.

Humans are missing out on an easily available, non-mystical, practical way of stilling the mind and being awake and aware, finding a form of balance, and i suggest also, to feel safe and stop worrying. And consequently, human culture is missing out on it as well.

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