Embrace Your Crazy

Day 38

Over the last couple of weeks, as I’ve been gaining momentum with my writing, I’ve made a conscious effort to think outside the box, to think like there is no box in terms of the content I bring to Kurilane, the way I present it, and how and what I write about. As a matter of fact, that’s the Kurilane tag line – Embrace Your Journey. My ultimate message is to be yourself, and I’ve been sharing my message, saying exactly that. So, the idea of being unique and letting your own light shine is on my mind. It has become a goal, a desire to spread the message.

Thoughts are energy, they’re fluid, constantly moving and shaping our experience. Your desires go out into the ethers, where the universe works to make them reality. In return, you attract everything that is vibrating at the same frequency as you are, and conjures up related images in your mind.

I saw the movie Spotlight last night and Apple’s 1997 Think Different campaign popped into my head, seemingly out of the blue, and stayed with me all through the night. My conscious thoughts were focused on the movie, where a team of journalists were on a quest to uncover a major scandal by thinking differently, all the media buzz about Super Bowl commercials is in the air, and my subconscious thoughts are continually working to spread my message, so it’s not surprising that my mind went to Apple’s cutting edge ad – I’m vibrating at a frequency of thinking differently. 

Even though it was not a Super Bowl ad, I was planning to showcase Apple’s commercial from the Think Different campaign, The Crazy Ones, in today’s post.

It got me thinking about how this whole Super Bowl ad frenzy began. It really started to become a ‘thing’ in the 80’s, and of course, Apple’s iconic ad to introduce their Macintosh computer, 1984, which is now considered a “watershed event” and a “masterpiece” was at the fore.

That led to me think about the spoof Cindy Crawford just did for the Late, Late Show of her famous 1992 Pepsi commercial.

All three of these ground breaking commercials share one message – to see things in your own way. A New Way. A Different Way. Your Own Way. A Crazy Way. 

I hope these ads inspire you to Embrace Your Crazy, to Embrace Your Journey.

Are you ‘crazy’ enough to think different?

I am.

Thank you, thank you, thank you!

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