When we look back over our lives, we might find that we all suffer from this problem. We don’t always realize it because we are so busy doing what we know will not result in a healthy life. We also don’t realize that this can affect our ability to be self-aware, leading to a lack of awareness of ourselves and our surroundings.
Many of us are a bit of a time waster. We don’t have a healthy amount of self-awareness and that’s why we tend to do what we know will not benefit us. For many of us, this means that we can’t focus on our goals or our dreams. So we wander aimlessly through our days, not knowing that we’re in fact already lost.
In this article we want to talk about what happens when we are in a place we know is going to make us unhappy.
This is what I call the “plesiomorphy”, the place where we can feel that we are stuck and lost. There are a lot of places out there that we can feel this way and it is important to know where this place is. There is a place in your home. There is a place in your office. Every place has a location that we think is important but not important to us.
Plesiomorphy is the place where we feel that we are trapped. We are stuck in a place that we can’t escape. These places are important to us. They are where we can feel we are losing our way.
There is a place that we think is important to us, but we feel we cant leave. We can feel this place is important to us and feel stuck. That is part of how we feel stuck. We feel we are lost. But we can go, we can take a break, and take a walk, and eat something, and get a nap. But we cant leave. We can feel out of the loop.
In his new book The Secret Language of Superheroes, Christopher Chabris argues that there are certain things that superhero fans have to hold on to that are not shared by other fans. Chabris discusses a few of these, but the most important one is the concept of “perspective.
We have to figure out why we feel as though we are stuck. The answer is actually pretty simple. We must be feeling that we are lost because we have to figure out how to get out of the loop. We are stuck and we have to figure out how to get out of the loop.
In other words, Chabris says he was stuck on the wrong side of the law, but he had the chance to change that by becoming a superhero. This is the essence of plesiomorphy. We don’t have to figure out how to get out of where we are, but we can figure out why we are where we are.