This caught my eye as it speaks volumes about me. I will be the first to admit I am addicted to the internet and that really worries me. If I have computer problems that require a day or two of repairs I always go through withdrawal from not being able to get online! I detest having a dependency on anything, but I am weak when it comes to the internet. I rely on it for everything. I do a great deal of research almost everyday and I love my email and of course it is the only place I get my daily fix of alternative news. I do all of my own healthcare and so I am always searching for alternative info when I need to know how to get better. In other words, it is a major part of my life, I cannot envision life without it! I am not sure how I feel about this. As I mentioned earlier, I really dislike dependency on anything and yet I find the internet so vital for communication, especially in this age of lies and media propaganda, for me it is next to impossible to break this habit.

The first thing that comes to my mind when I think about this dilemma, is criticizing myself for being weak and allowing myself to be sucked in to this addiction. Then again I in some ways have to depend upon it as I have my blog to run and research to be done. It has become a part of my life which brings me joy. That part of it is okay, it’s the uptightness  and panic when I can’t get to it that worries me. Has humanity been duped into this problem? Part of me says yes, another part says no, without it the light workers would be hard pressed to get their message out without it.

I am not ready to sever ties with this addiction.Most likely summer will calm it down as I am outside tending gardens and soaking up the warmth after a long cold winter. Winters are harsh and tend to drive one inside so I guess I should cut myself a little slack and just try to enjoy what I am doing. Who knows how much longer we will be free to surf the earth. If Obama has anything to say we won’t have it much longer. Ah, the evil intentions of the dark ones. It’s time for them to evaporate.

So what issues do you have? Do you pay close attention to your life to know if you even have one? One of the main reasons we need to pay close attention to our lives is so we know what issues we have that need work or clearing out altogether. We need to know ourselves to know about what kind of issues we may have. It’s imperative we know ourselves inside and out for so many different reasons not the least of which is so we can know exactly who we are, what we need and where we need to go in life. So keep your eyes open and take good care of yourself, clear out unwanted clutter and be patient with yourself, after all we are still human.

Blessings to us all,



About Visionkeeper

I am a seeker and a visionary with a strong desire to see the world move beyond the darkness and oppression and shift forward into light and higher consciousness. It is my earthly mission to offer hope to the world and awaken the slumbering people so that we may all come together and co-create a loving and compassionate world.
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4 Responses to Addictions…

  1. Kate Swaffer says:

    I guess I’d have to say I’m addicted to the internet too, and am not ready to sever my ties!

    Hmmm, I rationalise it as being ‘one of my best friends’, and that it makes up for the fact I have so few human visitors. One of these days I am going to take some time off from it, just to see what happens and how I feel… well, maybe!?

    • Visionkeeper says:

      I know what you mean Kate, but your case is a bit different. It is a wonderful way to keep your mind active! We just have to make sure we can exist in our lives with or without it! To allow something outside of ourselves to control us is not healthy or in our best interest. It’s a tough one for sure….Thanks! VK

  2. gregorylent says:

    me too

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