The Showman And The Infinite Circus
The Two Sides Of The Coin.
On Wednesday, I went to a circus with my daughter and I think the children should visit more spectacles that make them laugh. Childhood is a lifetime experience that never happens again.
My belief’s essential to keep the inner child alive because it teaches people how to enjoy life.
The Showman attitude is not always winning.
Speaking of Circus, I highly recommend that blog readers watch “The Greatest Showman” movie which is one of the best movies last ten years. That film made me laugh, cry and think. It explains a lot about human nature. There are stories for self-ambitions, a person’s acceptance, family life, moral support, passion, failures, and life’s restart. The movie contains a lot of emotions.
In my opinion, Life consists of two important substances: The Showman complexes and Infinite Circus Scenarios. These scripts contain various stories, filled with acrobats, masked personalities, and neverending challenges. Meanwhile, the feeling people go through can’t be well explained, because of their percipience.
The Showman Complexes
People who care about showmanship too much are the ones who have pain for a long time in their hearts because of old family traumas. The showman’s complex reasons are they grew up in terms of wealth and lacked attention from parents or lovers.
These three reasons hurt the human soul a lot, and the person builds defensive walls around their heart. They often hide behind showmanship to avoid negativity. That is a dangerous perception because even the best marathon runners can receive injuries.
Nowadays everyone has a price for everything in their life. It’s a fact that money brings comfort, but it’s an undeniable truth that wealth brings not mind peace. I know that sounds cliche, but recently my money brought me happiness in what I do. That makes me keep going continuously with motivation and a smile.
Many people – both rich and poor are attracted to the positive mind’s energy, and that gives another point of view for a better living. I dare to say I changed some people’s lives with my words, which are free to use anyway.
Showmen who lived in poverty lost their faith they can live well for a living act. They see money-making as the only way to feel good.
Parental lack of attention
I experienced that lack well and do everything for my daughter not to feel the same way. When the lack of parental caution is present, the child starts doing various and even unpleasant things to attract parental attention. As time passes by, the actions become bolder and more negative. When a child grows up, becoming an adult, showmanship skills are almost perfect, but inside the heart, the person stays a boy or a girl who does everything to be seen by a parent.
Romantic lack of attention
From my experience, I can say that is even more painful than the parental lack of attention because it makes people sink so deep they can’t swim out for a long time. Last twenty-five years, I experienced the miss of lover’s caution so many times I do not want to count.
That made me feel I am not beautiful enough with my body, even today, at almost forty years old. I am uncertain how much reassurance I need to overcome that old and untruthful feeling, but I am doing my best to heal. Not many people do it, and they take their pain and showman role to a high level, forgetting who they are and hurting themselves more.
Rejections always hurt people’s hearts, making humans do unusual things to cover their painful experiences. They become showmen without a real purpose and lose themselves under their masks.
The Infinite Circus
Every life field requires various roles and skills. Sometimes people forget who they are. In that way of speaking, outside of the daily circus, I love watching people in the actual one backing each other. Acrobats, Clowns, and Animal trainers lift each other because, in reality, they have no one else to look at.
I remember well many moments on “The Greatest Showman,” when he took under his wing the so-called freaks. He created a true family that gives support to each other without even sharing their blood.
Looking in-depth, today is the same, only the names for freaks are different – they’re weird people.
I respect the protagonist in “The Greatest Showman,” because he offers a human attitude and a new beginning emotional vibe to everyone. It’s a fact he made some mistakes, but the kindness came back to him later in the movie through those, so-called freaks who he lifted.
When the time was challenging, the circus system survived because of the people in it.
It’s a fact that the circus starts as a weird and intolerable idea. With time, the owner’s generation carries on the traditions of the safe place their ancestors created. The circus I visited with my daughter has artists in it the fourth generation. The idea improves and progresses because the people, involved with it, stick together, facing every challenge the project has – from acrobats to clowns, these team members work together. They are great examples of family businesses.
In the end, the showman will not fade away until the people don’t stop to fear the past, and break their defenses. That way they will open their hearts to others.
Logically, the infinite life’s circus will not fade away. But the true cirque will get stronger because that is the place where the people, who care for each other deeply, go. Circus Spectacles show life’s truth – improving skills to become a better version of personalities.