I continue on with this series, in which I pose the question, What would a Low Density Lifestyle world look like?
When you live a Low Density Lifestyle, you are capable of thinking more creatively and coming up with new and progressive ideas, because your mind becomes open to the infinite creative pulse of the Zero-Point Field.
For those living a Low Density Lifestyle, if you believe in your idea and your vision with all your heart, it will prevail. The British politician Tony Benn put it well when he said, “It’s the same each time with progress. First they ignore you, then they say you’re mad, then dangerous, then there’s a pause and then you can’t find anyone who disagrees with you.”
And Warren Bennis, the best-selling author, organizational consultant and founder of The Leadership Institute at the University of Southern California, said, “Innovation— any new idea—by definition will not be accepted at first. It takes repeated attempts, endless demonstrations, monotonous rehearsals before innovation can be accepted and internalized by an organization. This requires courageous patience.”
A Low Density Lifestyle person thinks for themselves and does not do what the crowd does. They go to the beat of their own drummer, and are not swayed by mass psychology and groupthink.
In the above video, you will see a prime example of this. A man is dancing at a music festival all by himself, and people just look at him like he’s nuts. But he doesn’t care, because he’s happy and having a great time being free.
But it all started with one person. The leader.
And that could be you.
“Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it. Begin it now.” – Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe