Overcoming Apathy by Recognizing the Symptoms

Apathy is a disease of the mind and can be treated by action but first you need to recognize it. Over two years ago I learned about the concept of “thought monitoring” from the book called The Power of Now.

The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment is a book by Eckhart Tolle published in the late 1990s. It presents itself as a discussion about how people interact with themselves and others. The concept of self reflection and presence in the moment are presented along with simple exercises for the achievement of its principles. , the book was recommended by Oprah Winfrey and has been translated into 33 languages. As of 2009, it was estimated that three million copies had been sold in North America.

The general population of the world have been traumatized by CV-19 and the changes it has brought upon the world. Majority of people suffer from post-traumatic stress, they want life to go back to the way it was, failing that, they opt-out and cop out, escape online or self-medicate to oblivion.

Apathy sets-in when problems seem insurmountable and life looks to be hopeless.


lack of interest, enthusiasm, or concern.

“widespread apathy among students”


I am aware of the downward spiral that happens, when we feel frustrated from watching the arrogant world leaders talk lies. Every day prices go up, wages go down and jobs become fewer. Meanwhile, the massive crimes of the deep state elite are being exposed and no one is arrested. Obviously, the Cabal wants to take us into a war with Russia, on top of everything else.

How I know that apathy is such a widespread problem, is because I find myself apathetic, from time to time. When the summer is hot I just want to go to the beach and swim and lay in the sun. However, on the beach I dispense “Red-pills” but sometimes I just sit there in shock and disbelief.

The key to overcoming apathy is to understand when you have it. We must become aware of what we are thinking about, at all times, and when it’s negative, you must stop negative thinking and replace those thoughts with something positive.

Don’t worry, be happy, everything is going to be alright. ~ Bob Marley

Apathy Image by Grae Dickason from Pixabay

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