The term drama is used to describe genre, but it can also be used to describe the complicated conflicts that occur in our lives. Many people believe there’s no escaping drama, that it’s a fact of life. Every year millions of viewers sit in their living rooms watching drama unfold on their television. It’s part of everyday living now. It’s a form of entertainment that people can’t get enough of. The film industry spends millions of dollars inventing new reality shows to entertain the massive T.V. viewers. The drama becomes so entertaining that viewers can’t wait for the next episode to air. There are people who arrange their entire schedule around their favorite reality show.
There are some people who get so use to drama that it fuels everything they do and they can’t live without it. The drama doesn’t end with the television; it starts to seep into their lives. Dealing with life’s challenges becomes all most impossible. When dealing with disappointment, loss, or anger there are those who say they like to “keep it real” just like in the reality show only to find they have made the situation worse. By the time they have said every harsh thing imaginable under the sun to those who hold the power to make change, it’s a bit too late.
There are those who overreact to life’s difficulties: losing a job, a deal that went bad, not getting a promotion, etc. We all unfortunately heard of people who will get upset with life challenges and point fingers at those who they felt were responsible, and even go as far to invent an entire conspiracy around their devastating incident. They’ll speak about it every chance they get only to keep their mind in a restless state, and even run people away when they grow tiresome of the story.
We all know individuals who seemed to be always fighting with someone. They’ll go out of their way to create conflict with others. Their time is spent digging for dirt to stir up a whirl wind dramatic hurricane to amuse themselves and others. Most of their activities involve planning and arranging events that will often embarrass, belittle, and shame others to draw attention to them as if they were producing their own reality show.
We can’t control others behavior, but we can choose what we let interrupt our world. It helps if you remove your mind from the situation causing the conflict. Refuse to fuel the drama. You don’t have to engage in every fight or conflict you’re invited to. When people get tired of unnecessary conflict in their lives they find themselves searching for peace of mind.
Ways to Attract Peace
In order to attract peace you have to align yourself with peace. You must not focus on revenge, anger, hate, or even worry. These emotions are not worthy of your attention.
Surround yourself with loving people and you’ll most likely have loving experiences. If you find yourself surrounded by conflict you may have to remove that toxic obstacle in your life. If that means severing ties with individuals, so be it. Be thankful for the experience; every Dramacool person who’s drifted into and out of your life was for a reason. Learn and grow from the situation and realize you may have experienced it for a greater good.
Be example of inner peace. Try not to overreact to life’s difficulties; you don’t want to turn your life into a tragic saga. Also be careful not to overreact to those who choose to participate in the drama. Realize you have a choice not to.
Try not to let drama influence your life. T.V. is for entertainment. Don’t make your life an imitation of the drama you see on television; you might get more than you bargained for.
Meditation is widely viewed as a spiritual practice, but can also help to increase blood flow and slow your heart rate. It can create a deep level of relaxation. Meditation is used to quiet the mind for a period of time from external influences. It’s not hard; all you need is to be willing to sit still for 15 to 20 minutes, focusing only on your breathing. Find a quiet place that you can sit without being disturbed each day and make it a regular practice. You may also find different methods to meditate; whichever you choose is fine, as long as you’re relaxed.