What is Sine Wave Syndrome, and to what extent does it affect your daily life? asks Anthony Vasquez. This question centralized this episode. At the top of the ‘happy phase,’ you feel ecstatically happy, but it feels like you have hit rock bottom at the’ down phase. Therefore, it is important to feel satisfied, joyfully, and loved! You can achieve that by persuading your passion. There are a few questions you might have after hearing this regarding Sine Wave Syndrome.
To be the master of yourself and your mind, you must become competent in the field of depression, one of the lowest depths of the depth-phases. It is vital to know that depression is a brain disorder and a state of mind. For ages, it has been the leading cause of disability. This podcast also briefly introduced stoicism.
- What does that mean?
- What is passion?
- How can you feel happy?
- What is the difference between happy and joyfully?
- Why should I even persuade my passion?
Sine Wave Syndrome Research
Jean-Paul Sartre: a 20th century philosopher
While slowly munching on slices of plants and dead animals, you’re sitting with your knees under strips of a chopped-up tree. Next to you, another creature whose genitals you sometimes touch is doing the same. This happens right around the time when your part of the planet has rotated away from the energy of a faraway hydrogen and helium explosion. That is the ‘absurdity of diner,’ as Jean-Paul Sartre describes.
In 1964 the Noble Prize in Literature was awarded to Jean-Paul Sartre for his work which, rich in ideas and filled with the spirit of freedom and the quest for truth, has exerted a far-reaching influence on our age. Chiefly he ultimately declined all official honors.
Matthew McConaughey at the Oscar acceptance in 2014
As humans, we can control our thoughts. That is why it is so important that we manifest happiness. At the Oscar acceptance in 2014, Matthew McConaughey said something mind-blowing: Something to look up to, something to look forward to, and having someone to look up to.
Tony Robbins on Six Human needs
Tony Robbins came up with a list of six human needs that people crave. First on the list is a certainty. All human beings need to feel inevitable. This assurance helps you to avoid pain and allows you to gain pleasure—secondly, uncertainty. We as humans need new motives and a change of environment by going into the unknown and searching for change. Thirdly, people crave significance. We all need to feel special, meaningful, and unique.
Fourthly, we value relationships and friendships very much because we require a strong feeling of connection and love. Fifthly, growth. Tony Robbins states that process equals happiness. Humans need to make improvements, or they will become bored and tired of not making any progress.
Lastly, humans show growth so they can give. Therefore contribution is an essential human need. ‘The secret of living is giving. The more you contribute and help others, the better you will feel. Having great control over these six human needs can aid in conquering your sine wave syndrome.
To what extent are you experiencing the Sine Wave Syndrome in your daily life? It would be wonderful to hear your thoughts on this podcast. Feel free to send me an email or join the discussion below. Don’t hesitate to ask questions you would love to have answered or discussed during the podcast. You can also just say hi. Whatever feels most comfortable.