Maybe we stand without love but not without water!
We are not strangers in the water, we came out from it, it’s one of the major elements of mother nature in the world. we all attached to it in different ways and shapes, we have a deep emotional tie to being in its presence. We need the sea despite the danger since ages it wasn't sufficient reason to stay ashore. It creates a different feeling of peace and joy, even when we only think about the ocean or smell it, or hear it, or see it, or taste it and jump in it! We feel something special instinctual and emotional responses occur separately from rational and cognitive responses.
This myth relation was an inspiration for many people in different aspects of life (artists, authors, thinkers, and a lot more). Every year more and more experts of all kinds are connecting the dots between brain science and our watery world, to find an answer for such a question why we as humans seem to value being near, in, on, or under the water, and how this implements our happiness and general well-being.
Water is both lover and mother, murderer and life-giver, source and sink … Water unleashes the uninhibited child in all of us, unlocking our creativity and curiosity." We intuit one another's feelings even before our conscious mind has had time to process them: empathy is central to his theme. If water allows us to release our inner selves, then it could be the antidote to the blue screens that keep us awake, nervy, and twitchy. In a dehydrated, overheated world, it becomes perversely less easy to think the more we try. It's partly a process of aging – Babies are born with 80% of their bodies composed of water; thereafter, we gradually desiccate. And our aquatic guru has one simple prescription for our prune-like brains. "You need water. And water needs you now. I wish you water."
"Sometimes people care nothing about the future or profit; sometimes, we only want to satisfy a desire, right here, right now, no matter what." ALBARAN, PHILOSOPHER.
All I want to end up with for this insight is we need to be more close to the water, we need to feel it, walk alongside the ocean, get under it, sit on it, listen to it, touch it, feel it, close our eyes and just smell it. We have to share more emotion with the water in different kinds of shapes and forms, we have to protect it and help to make it better, it will bounce back to us, to make us feel better. We need the water more than water needs us.
DISCOVERED HIS PASSION FOR THE OCEAN SINCE CHILDHOOD, NOW HE IS FREEDIVING INSTRUCTOR TRAINER, INTERNATIONAL FREEDIVING JUDGE, SPEARFISHING INSTRUCTOR, EFR INSTRUCTOR TRAINER, WRITING ARTICLES RELATED TO FREEDIVING IN MAGAZINE AND BLOG, TO SHARE THE LOVE OF THE BLUE WITH THE REST. B