Complex decisions are based on choices which relate primarily to Coping Mechanisms, allowing a symbiotic higher-self and transcendental or spiritual realm equilibrium.

In contrast to simple choices, complex choices (also easy or difficult) have a long term impact and - although decisions has to be made now - we can only determine success (or experience the results) in a few years time (i.e. some time has to elapse). Complex decisions also have an ENORMOUS IMPACT on our lives and our "futures".

Key Complex decisions implies... what we have to choose NOW in order to achieve an expected and postponed outcome (goal) in future.

Three major aspects which make complex decisions an activity that needs to be approach and exercise with extreme care and diligence are...
  1. The death of permanence (which results in a restricted future horizon),
  2. Confusing alternative futures (mainly from external sources) and
  3. The shopping mall attitude (where marketing of ideas replaces common sense).
When unbalanced simple decisions (choices) are made; the death of permanence, confusing alternative futures and a shopping mall attitude do not have such a devastating effect, BUT with unbalanced complex decisions, we can bet our bottom dollar that sooner or later we are going to run into MAJOR emotional difficulty (mainly reflected by popular terms such as stress, burnout's or nervous breakdowns).

Thus, due to unbalanced complex decisions and choices most people experience spiralling modern day "illnesses" such as ME, stress, anxiety, depression and rage. Apart from emotional difficulties... unbalanced complex decision also initiate "normal and expected" life crises that we came to accept as necessary discomforts and the prize we have to pay for being "civilized". In other word, normal and natural life changes - the process of life - such as growing up and getting old, mostly tend to develop into serious "life threatening" issues which bubble to the surface in the popularised "scientific-statistical and medical" terms of terrible two's, adolescent rebelliousness, mid-life crises, menopause, ...etc.

We tend to experience critical "modern day problems" mainly because we are inclined to either surrender our power of choice or "ignore" the individualised and personal nature of complex decision dynamics. Unfortunately, often complex decisions such as...
  • a future job (career) in symbiosis with our life goals,
  • whether to get married, whom to marry and when.
  • to have or not to have children, when and how many.
  • initiating, develop and sustain a personal philosophy of life (i.e. an accountable GPS).
  • monitor, evaluate and adapt or reorganise our present believe-stack.
...are grossly neglected in favour of simple decisions that results in short term gratification and long term devastation.

Complex decisions have a tremendous impact and a long term influence on our lives. These are also the decisions that is primarily at the very foundation of our reaction/response "answer" (i.e. environmental noise filter) to external stimuli that we encounter on a daily basis. Complex decisions have another choice-mechanism that can be very, very puzzling for us, because most complex decisions aren't driven by conscious choices - although we happily tend to belief so - but complex decisions are mainly driven by unconscious believes and habits which results in actions without us actually being aware of what is really motivating us. This often initiate the illusion of the so called "no-choice" scenario, whereas in fact we still have plenty of choices.

Therefore, all of us hit a destructive brick-wall at least once or twice (when we are lucky) in our lives, from which we could scantily recover... because we consistently fail to pay sufficient attention to the "real or true" dynamics of complex decisions. Furthermore, stupidity (fear and ignorance) frequently has a field day in our manner of thinking; mainly because we are inclined to ignore the vital impact of complex decisions in our lives.

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