Added At: 2012-04-19 10:51 PM
Last Updated At: 2012-04-19 10:51 PM
As I venture out into the streets of Kathmandu, I see the city bustling with people walking around, whizzing past in their vehicles, customers haggling with shopkeepers, loafers loafing around, street kids tugging at the shirt of the pedestrians, meanwhile gesturing to their little tummies. Exclude yourself from the rest of the crowd and keep an eye on everything that goes around you, you’ll see how the whole place is overflowing with negative vibes.
Scores of people moving to and from their destinations; the demonstration led by a group of people in protest; the exchange of heated words among the drivers, the rash driving, the traffic police ever busy on their vigilant mode; youngsters cutting their way into the traffic on their fancy custom-made bikes; the incessant noise and air pollution; the traffic jams. These are the common scenes in the streets of Kathmandu that altogether give rise to utter pandemonium, thereby, emitting negative vibes all over.
It’s believed that when you’re thinking positive, you emit positive vibes and, therefore, the positive vibes around get attracted to you. That means you attract yourself lots of luck and positivity. But when you’re dwelling on something negative, you emit negative vibes. That means more negative vibes huddle around you. Your problem will begin to escalate unless you replace your negative thoughts with positive ones. The law of attraction states that when you think about something persistently, the same thing is reflected to you by the Universal Mind.
Analogously coming back to the streets of Kathmandu
that depict sheer chaos in all respect, a free-flow of negative vibes is pervasive that makes it a literal pool of negativity. People are fuming, cursing, fighting, arguing, thinking evil and so on. All kinds of people are on
loose with a mind of their own, problems of their own and joy of their own. But while on the streets, all people camouflage themselves to be one in the perennial hullabaloo where everyone has a role to play.
The chaotic scenario of Kathmandu strikes me hard if I bother to dwell on it. Otherwise, I too melt into the bedlam, become a part of it and the whole scenario passes off unnoticed.
It becomes as natural as sunlight is to me. Even when I hit the streets with a smile on my
face, as soon as I make my way into the heart of the streets, before I could know it, I’m
enveloped with all the negative vibes thereby negating the negligible positive vibes in me. I become transformed to just another grumpy person in the streets. It reminds of a story where the protagonist turns into a werewolf at midnight.