This is a term that I use to describe the way in which we can easily get lost in the day’s busyness without even realizing it. It’s about being in the moment and recognizing how it feels to be pulled away from what is happening right now. It’s about being in your daily life and not being afraid of what lies ahead.
Many of us are so caught up in the hustle of the day that we don’t even realize how we are missing out on the rest of our day. Of course, for some of us, this is just a temporary lapse in awareness. For others, this is a permanent state. Either way, yakshagana is the state of being caught up in the hustle of a day and still not realizing that it’s happening.
Yakshagana is when the hustle of a day feels too much like hustle. We are so caught up in the moment, or life, that we don’t realize how important the day is, or that its not over yet. Of course, people who are yakshagana don’t realize how important the day is or how important the hustle of the day is.
Just like yakshagana, we have a lot of questions about what we need to do to regain control of the time loop.
If you are a woman, then you’re yakshagana. If you’re a man, then you’re yakshagana. If you’re a woman, then you’re yakshagana. If you’re a man, then you’re yakshagana. If you’re a woman, then you’re yakshagana. If you’re a man, then you’re yakshagana. If you’re a woman, then you’re yakshagana.
The day is a day, and the hustle of the day is yakshagana. We’re on a time loop, which means we can’t control our own time. We can’t know how much time we’ve really spent doing something, but we can control how we spend our time. So if we don’t spend it wisely we can’t control it. Our choices of how to spend our time affect our outcomes.
A time loop is a situation where you are constantly trying to rewind time so that you can go back in time to undo one bad decision. This seems to be the case with the Japanese game Yakshagana. For years, its protagonist has been able to go back and undo a series of bad decisions made by others (including himself) until one fateful mistake leads him to commit the ultimate crime.
I think the concept of time loops is a great way to illustrate the idea of choice and responsibility. We can all think of a time loop from our own perspective, but we all have a choice whether we want to repeat that exact situation again or not. In our own case, we choose not to rewind time and therefore are not in a time loop.
It’s a great metaphor because our own choices are often the result of others’ choices. And while we may choose to make the same bad decisions over and over again, we are also responsible for how we live our lives. By choosing to make a decision that causes you to fail to live up to your own moral standards, you have failed to live up to theirs.
This is a phrase that has become synonymous with our self-awareness. “Yakshagana” means “self-awareness” or “self-awareness in action.” The act of asking ourselves questions in order to become aware of our own thoughts and behaviors. When we realize that a bad choice was made by us, we are then forced to reflect on our own behavior, so that we can make better decisions in the future.