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Deconstructing the matrix

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posted on May, 18 2009 @ 03:28 PM
As a child grows, her mind is constantly adapting itself, and from the
cradle to the park, a lot of steps where made: crawling to walking; few
badly spoken words to a dialogue; a small helpless creature to a thinking
being that asks “How did I came here?”

From the innocent blank state of birth, we receive symbols, sounds,
gestures that fill the gap between the silent but urgent drive to put our
conscience into any creation and reaching a form.

From that concrete form recognizable by any of our five senses, another
human being can understand those common symbols, sounds and
gestures into his own subjectivity, thus understanding (if that’s possible
within his reality) what it is the message of your creation.

In simple terms, we define our reality with our own decoding of thought

Once you understand how things works, its easy to see how the lack of
decoding mechanisms and the under use of understanding critically and
subjectively other points of view (perception) can restrain people from the
creativity of his limitless potential.

And then, by closing the windows of perception, the mind box is created.
Solidified and very protective of its boundaries by repetition and absence
of critic.

The mind box is constructed in a way that those walls are built with fear
and doubt of the things that my internal decoder classify as unreal. The
very things that challenge my reality, the way to loose my sanity.

This is how the first matrix was built. The shepherd defined the area and
the sheep stayed there, watching and keeping each other for not going
into the unknown.

The soldiers are not in the fence anymore, they are inside our minds.

Does a child doubt her parents view of their matrix with a blank state of
mind? No. We are born naked, innocent and dependent of others to

So, to completely understand thought forms proposed by other
consciences, you must break the doubt and fear limits from your inherit
version of the matrix from mom and dad, that most of us love and learn
to respect.

To be free, is to expand your decoding of reality.

To be free, is to build your own vehicle of consciousness, based on your
own intellectual fight to understand the mute, infinite and power SELF.

To be free, sometimes you need to be out in the cold, rainy frontier places
that no one wants to delve within, as it is so out of their mind box that you
must be…

Yes. Out of your mind.

The term is right, and few acknowledge that the limits of their mind are
really the interest of others, so their walls are built with a very sharp edge
of DENIAL that this matrix does not exists and they are NOT contained.

Beyond the mind decoding soldiers are the protectors of the status quo.
And that’s the hardest part, because those are the ones we love: our
families and friends.

That’s what Plato described thousands of years ago. But, like many other
teachers, we couldn’t understand because we are all trapped inside the

Thanks for reading.
I needed to get this one out BADLY.


[edit on 18-5-2009 by RobertPaulsim]

posted on May, 18 2009 @ 03:48 PM
Good post.

It is very hard to break the years of conditioning created by merely being part of society.
Breaking it and getting free is just another condition. Reconditioning.
There is a very fine line between reconditioning and rediscovering yoursef.

Expanding and decoding your reality still needs reference points to understand it. So what is true freedom? Is it the newborn baby with no frame of reference?

Originally posted by RobertPaulsim
Beyond the mind decoding soldiers are the protectors of the status quo. And that’s the hardest part, because those are the ones we love: our families and friends.

Very true, and perhaps the hardest part. No attachements. Keep everything open. Never judge.

[edit on 18/5/09 by locster]

posted on May, 18 2009 @ 03:53 PM
I think many, many people have the ability to look at their upbringing objectively and think for themselves.

posted on May, 18 2009 @ 05:12 PM
Hey, thanks for your replies.

Just want to add how sometimes is so hard to communicate, because
you need to go from your place of perception to the cold border of
worlds of others, who will probably not receive you with open arms
(or mind, to keep the metaphor).

This is why (imho) the road is *almost* individual.

But you know, love can move mountains and shine the light between
our worlds.

prajna, im sorry... im not quite following you. Are you saying that
many, many people are not... conditioned?

Whats your perception when the world does not reflect the freedom we
most need?



posted on May, 18 2009 @ 05:21 PM
Its our perception that creates our box, and the false paradigm we live under is carefully constructed by the rulers at the top. Their media shapes our world, their NLP. Its only by learning to question everything that we can undo this, along with finding our own inner world through meditation and the pursuit of our abilities.

posted on May, 18 2009 @ 05:37 PM
Deconstructing the matrix is the next step in the evolution of mankind. To start this process, you need to know that the mind is the matrix, and we are subject to all kinds of manipulations. Education from our parents or tutors, peer pressure when we go to school, any system of thought like theosophy, philosophy, religion, etc...

We are also manipulated and influenced by entities of the astral plane, because we are very much under their control. Part of the reason is to be tested in our emotions.

Basically, thoughts don't originate from the brain. They originate from the higher mental sphere (the source) but are colored by the astral entities that manipulate us. It's all part of the game being played on the mind, so that ultimately, when we have sufficient experience as a soul, we can start the process of awareness closely followed by the rise of consciousness. Awareness is the first sign of consciousness. When we "KNOW" we are manipulated, the process to consciousness begins.

In computer terms, the soul is like memory on a hard disk, that needs to be formated and be replaced by another operating system (cosmic). We are from the light and we are returning to the light.

[edit on 18-5-2009 by lagenese]

posted on May, 18 2009 @ 05:46 PM
Thanks for your thought forms, mystiq and lagenese.

Im very concerned about children and schools. Our kids go there
and learn how to deal with scarsity by using less this, less that and
NOT fighting the real problem that is provide abundance for everyone.

Its like... the estabilshment is not to change the world.

About the astral... im reaching almos there lagenese, and i think there
is sound to your perception. You are most welcome to share more if
you feel up to.


posted on May, 18 2009 @ 05:49 PM
The thought of feeling i might be losing grasp of reality is so inhibiting to me.. but who defined that reality in the first place? I decide how far I want to go beyond it but without an expanded pespective, i fear losing my footing. The words "faith" or "belief" never had much use to me but i'm starting to see whats holding me back from exploring "beyond the fence".

I saw a bunch of old childhood pictures of myself today and felt I really connected with that kid. I could perceive an energy about him encircling his head and I knew he always knew what he was doing but struggled so hard to stay within the box others put up for him.

I don't think many people understand how deep these things can go.. they think they define their own borders, they think they know who they are, but a single meditation session can expand those borders. I thought I used to know myself so well, instead now I know that there is more to me and some I can accept and other parts I am unaware of or un-ready.

I truly feel our boundaries are limitless if not much larger then they appear.

I was listening to a friend the other night, acting like he was an expert on the inner-workings of a blackhole... I don't care if he was stephen hawking.. the fact that they are so sure they know... the walls are up.

Nothing else to be said at the moment really. Hopefully this thread will get noticed and it makes a few people think.

EDITED for my apparent dyslexia.

[edit on 18-5-2009 by CavemanDD]

posted on May, 18 2009 @ 06:04 PM
Very nice post from RobertPaulsim... you are right on the money, especially the part about family and friends. I liked that statement: To be free, is to expand your decoding of reality. So, tell me this... do your family and friends share your view on this? Or are the ready to send you to treatment?

In my world, the people around me are scared of such thoughts. I'm really glad to see open minds on the subject.

posted on May, 18 2009 @ 06:19 PM
reply to post by CavemanDD

Hey man, thanks for stopping by. I know sometimes words are a
struggle to come out as we are defined by that encoding.

So yes, the response to the box is spirituality.

But we are in complete denial of those things. We may loose our 'jobs' if we dont function in this society of denial.

So mapsurfer, I can only exchange things with my wife. My dad is an
atheist and my mom.... she does not care i guess.

I my folks love me they will acept me. If not... well, the body is only a
vessel, i guess i will go on alone and dont discuss this things with my bio-

But i love them anyway... hehe


posted on May, 18 2009 @ 06:26 PM
reply to post by RobertPaulsim

No, you are right, everyone is influenced and conditioned by their environment. However, this conditioning by society or whatever is not what I would consider to be the Matrix. But I do see it as loosely analagous.

posted on May, 18 2009 @ 06:30 PM
If the individual's mind is focused on the constancy of being then you can travel outside the box and maintain. The constancy I speak of is the breath. If you when you feel less than centered focus for a moment on your breath.

When you focus on the sound inside, of the breath going in and out of your body renewing your consciousness each moment then a person can travel any place outside the box and remain centered. This will have the effect of causing your journey in life to take on direction because your consciousness is directly tied to your breath after a time and so long as you live in this body you now possess you will remain so.

Respond to fear by focusing on your breath, respond to alarm likewise by centering your attention on your breath. This provides the mind with a moment of clarity so that the path even if it is intellectually unknown to you will become intuitively known. This allows an expanding consciousness the ability to explore beyond the construct and write their own code or at least find the highest best path and direction for your own growth without contamination by negative influences such as state or socialized confines.

I taught this to my God children and they have gone on to become true neuronauts. What I am describing is the first step to teach children or newly awakened adults. Many that I have taught this when it began to impact them were inquisitive to learn more of mind science.

We are the breath we are not our bodies. When the breath leaves we leave with it so it grounds us in this reality for a while then it sets us free in the end.

posted on May, 18 2009 @ 06:37 PM
reply to post by UFOTECH

An interesting and very traditional perspective. Thanks for that. I'm going to try and apply it more.

posted on May, 18 2009 @ 06:47 PM
reply to post by UFOTECH

Breath awareness? Yes. One of many ways to escape the illusion.

Im inclined personally to address the feeling and control of what I call
the energy template, through the feet and hands, going to sushumna.

And, of course the sounds... they work greats for me.

But let me try breath too. It could be a great door to be discovered.


posted on May, 19 2009 @ 02:51 PM
reply to post by lagenese

all i can say is

you are IMHO choosing the right path.

Keep on walking!

I believe being "out of the box" is being multidimensional.

[edit on 19/5/09 by locster]

posted on May, 20 2009 @ 07:39 AM
Just wanted to say, thank you to all of you. Your posts have been a great read. I personally agree with all that you are all saying. However, I am very interested in the breathing technique. I have always used breathing to centre myself for meditation. However, to gain that moment of clarity is a new form of breathing I had not come to realise. Thank you.

Also, as a note. It is very important to learn who YOU are, that way with this new sense of sense, the self being from within, not drawn upon by external factors, you are much harder to influence. To question everything and anything now means you will start to see trends and patterns within society. Western society at least, is controlled by some sort of elite. That to me is a definite. They are macheavellian in their approach, (dont know how to spells his name), once you know their intentions, their methods of control are SERIOUSLY weakened.

So this DEFINITELY is the right way to go. And in response to those who are scared about venturing into the unknown "we are scared of that which we do not know/understand". Just KNOW this cannot harm you, you can always remind yourself of who you are, your name, your family, friends. You have ties to your matrix. The fear is you breaking into the unknown. Accept change, embrace it for a new experience. Its not suddenly going to change you into a whacko or anything. Just like me shouting at you that you are an idiot wouldnt turn you into an idot.


posted on May, 20 2009 @ 08:00 AM
I recorded this last night.
I think it fits into this thread and going far the border, or like Plato
suggested, getting out of the cave.

(click to open player in new window)

Thanks for this discussion.


posted on May, 20 2009 @ 09:46 PM
reply to post by RobertPaulsim

I am sorry OP but I stopped your video at 1:30 because I could not take it any longer than that. Please do not take this the wrong way but I must say rehearse your subject before you record anything in the future please.

I liked your post and starred and flagged this thread, but I do not like to deal with a monotone presentation. My suggestion is you pull this one and redo it so that the presentation is engaging and interesting enough to listen to all the way through.

Just a suggestion you understand.

posted on May, 20 2009 @ 10:37 PM
It has been said that true freedom, is the freedom to love. If we are set free, we are set freed into another frame of reference, what I would call the relativity of human being. I believe that nothing has any meaning, unless communicated, and the meaning of communication is the response you get. So the fully actualized and self aware human being, is one who communicates with full awareness, their love for others, and since love, to be love, must also be a love of action, where action is driven by the will, and the will, the mind - to do unto others as we would have them do unto you, as the "golden rule" is the signal, the transmission, of love communicated, in the recognition that we SHARE the same ground of being and becoming, together. There is nothing else imho. So to escape the final matrix and framework of love of self and others as self, is to become illogical and irrational, and to deny something fundamental to our existence as human beings, our compassion. Therefore, if intrinsic to our reality and existence as human beings, love, as the will to give of self for the sake of another, or to bracket self interest for the sake of the common good of one and all, is intrinsic to reality itself, a matrix within which I would be only too happy to live, to love and to be loved.

Some would argue that the human being is nothing but a highly complex meaning making machine. I think we are that, sure, but to what end? There is always something to do, and a final pursuit or an attachment to an outcome of some kind, that is if there is a purpose and a meaning or a value to life, and so I say that the final standard is love, and that it is by love that we are set free, to love.

I would score high points for what I just said, from a Christian theological perspective, but only within the context of an all-inclusive, and not an exclusive interpretation of the Christian ethic, as illuminated in the Parable of the Good Samaritan, because the very moment that a condition is placed upon a loving proposition (communication), the possibility for a fully loving response, is lost. In that sense, I am as opposed to the exclusive clubhouse of "Churchianity" as anyone..

One other thing which just occured to me - the unhappy matrix of conditioning to which you refer in the OP, all of that, the whole damn thing, arises from a failure of love within the context of the family of origin. Now, nobody is to be blamed for this, because little Sally as she begins to make a run for the street and is told, in no uncertain terms "NO, that's BAD" and interprets that communication as "YOU ARE BAD" or "There's something wrong with you", the fall from grace is inevitable.

So could it be, that there exists as the final framework in the relativity of human being, a perfect model of familial love, at ALL levels? As a Christian, I believe that there is, and that it's formative, or generative of a better world, if only it could be rightly interpreted and re-communicated, in an unconditionally loving way.

[edit on 20-5-2009 by OmegaPoint]

posted on May, 21 2009 @ 07:37 AM
reply to post by UFOTECH

Thats OK. It was a personal video for me.


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