The Digital Chakravyuh
The Digital Chakravyuh of life to likes -
We all are different; in fact, we should be…
The superficial joy of social media platform
Is required to be kept as an enjoyable space
not for feeling stressed or pressurized.
In this fast paced digital society and the pandemic,
The feeling of being ignored, insecurity, uncertainty, confusion and feeling disrespected gets deeper when our “expectations” of being liked is not accomplished.
If someone don’t respond, like, comment or acknowledge us on social media -
The possibilities could be -
they skipped it, disagree, don’t care,
Or simply don’t like.
But these don’t mean they have not seen it.
Their subconscious mind has definitely seen.
Social media certainly has its own benefits.
Life events like achievements or grief for that matter can get us an empathetic experience. Posting these online can get the people who care to get in touch with us.
A sign that people have invested on our post gives a feeling of being supported, approved off, liked, loved etc. Specially from our loved ones.
There is always a filter — It’s important to understand and accept -
Our self-worth don’t come from any social media platform.
We are not dependent on that approval of digital friends nor anybody for that matter.
It’s not needed to give importance on what others think about us.
The number of likes and comments really don’t say anything about us as an individual.
It’s just a network platform where people stay connected through photos, posts, likes and comments.
Some are just a formality like or fake,
we will not know that nor we need to know.
Taking a break and talking to real friends who genuinely care
It’s time it stops bothering us as It isn’t that a big subject worth spending time.
Engage in therapy. Having a regular, safe, authentic and non-judgmental space, where we can be we without any artificial filter.
Exiting the Digital Chakravyuh
And moving from LIKES to LIFE
Meanwhile Let’s Not Stop spreading positivity.
As subconscious minds are seeing.