What kind of people are you normally with every day?
Do you naturally think that there are lots of people all around you who think in the same ways you do and share your opinions?
I assume that you haven’t really met anyone who doesn’t agree with your opinions or who downright disagrees with your opinions.
People tend to be around others who understand them, who understand their feelings, who resemble them closely, and who match their levels.
The best phrase to represent this is “Birds of a feather flock together.”
According to quantum mechanics, in order for people to gather together with others of the same wavelength everything in this world exists while sending out wavelengths of micro-fine energy.
Everything that exists in this world has waves.
It’s said that these waves have four properties.
1. Attract things that are the same
2. Repel things that are different
3. The waves that you send out come back to you
4. Superior waves have control over inferior waves
Let’s try and replace this with snowboarding.
Attract things that are the same
People ride together a lot if their snowboarding styles are the same or if they are at the same skill levels.
Repel things that are different
For example, even if the skill levels are the same, it won’t be interesting if their riding rhythms are different, and if the skill levels are too different and one is far past the other then it won’t be very fun to ride together.
This is also applicable for skiers and snowboarders who have prejudices about each other.
The waves that you send out come back to you
If you’re doing something fun, then your partners will return a fun facial expression to show that they’re having fun too.
If you start to become irritated, then the facial expressions of the friends you’re riding with will also turn gloomy, returning their responses back to you.
Superior waves have control over inferior waves
When trying a new trick or item challenge you feel scared and nervous.
However, the friends that you’re riding with would be enjoying themselves.
At this time, your weak waves will be controlled by your friends’ strong waves, and you’ll end up feeling positive about the challenge.
Also, if you’re riding with people who are more skillful than you, you’ll feel like you can do the things you can’t do.
If you see a very skillful snowboarding group while waiting your turn to hit the items, you might give them your turn and it’s also the one of the cases when your waves are being controlled.
I think that there’re many more examples, but basically you should snowboard with people whose waves match yours.
It’s fun when waves come together, and those waves will also be magnified between you and friends, and it naturally returns with good meanings.
And thus, the amplified waves will sooner or later turn into the predominate waves.
By understanding waves and riding in a beneficial environment, you will have a great influence on your improvement.
In your private life, at work, and when snowboarding, you spend time with people whose waves don’t match with yours, and you receive opposing waves as a response, and then your stress is amplified.
You should spend more time with people whose waves match yours, and transfer it toward improving your snowboarding.