As a note here, I am communicating in a "matter of fact" way, and truly I think that what I am trying to explain here is correct, although, being such
a hypothetical/theoretical perhaps even whimsical concept it might upset some whom like to deal in solid facts.
You can look through the New Age "doctrines" and find that for some reason or another, certain pieces of information have proliferated themselves
across the internet, and have gained almost "cult-like" followings.
You must understand that most of this "information" is channelled and is only as good as the quality of the channeler and their ability to comprehend
and parrot the thoughts of their puppet masters, often, they use their own concepts to explain concepts foreign to them and do not have the capacity
to adequately explain the information that they are being given. Also, much of it is intended to be "mysterious" so that one does not get the complete
picture, or crafted in such a fashion that we make false assumptions to fit missing pieces to the puzzle.
One of these pieces of information that is commonly quoted is the notion that we are in some kind of "prison" or "school" and we are here to absolve
our "karma" and that we are allowed "free choice" whilst here.
Technically, this is correct, however, a small part of information can change one's outlook on the situation, and firstly, it is an experiment that is
being run, and yes, we did participate in this experiment, and only on certain conditions can we escape. Yes, we have free choice although really we
had it before we entered the simulation, the simulation only really allowing us to fully exercise it - because we were capable of free choice, we were
asked to participate in the experiment.
One might be led to assume the following
- That because it is a prison/school, somehow we are being punished here and that we are here to learn from our lessons.
- That because we have free-will here, that alternatively we would usually not have it
And many have...
So, lets address...
- The experiment is being run by those whom have created this little reality that we live in, it can be likened to a prison when we have not met the
conditions for being allowed to leave, and it can be treated as a school because like any experiment, we learn things from their outcome, and in this
case it goes for the participants and the experimenters.
Really, it is an experiment, that is it's purpose
- Beings that have the ability to choose are rare, and the experiment was actually an attempt to discover why we have the ability to choose - by
placing us in a controlled environment, the experimenters were hoping to figure out what it is about us that gives rise to free choice.
Really, we have always had free choice, this world really just allows us to exercise it completely.
- In order to be let out of the experiment, our choices have to have all "terminated" so that we leave no affectation to the time structures created
in the simulation - this can be viewed as making no ripples in the pond, or paying of a "karmic debt" - however, it is only a rough approximation to
what is actually a technical concept in the eyes of the controllers whom are running the experiment.
Really, we can leave when we ensure that the experiment can still run without our presence in it, when all ends meet in the simulation without us
needing to be present anymore, when our choices terminate themselves and have no further possibility to alter events occurring within the
I hope you found something here useful in whatever quest for knowledge that you might be on.
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