The Underpinnings of the Matrix
In The Avatars of Eden the phrase, “the Matrix” refers to Earth’s current system of control and domination. Like the grid of a giant holodeck,* the Matrix projects a fantasy which we have come to believe is real. The Matrix is fueled by our beliefs and emotions.
From the day we are born, the Matrix force-feeds us ideas that are designed to keep us in the Matrix. As our thoughts create our reality, the Matrix sustains and recreates itself by directing those thoughts and telling us what to believe. You are indoctrinated with many thoughts, beliefs, and “facts” that pertain to the Matrix, but do not benefit or support you. These beliefs run invisibly in the background; they are unnatural to your innate Self, but they are drilled inexorably into your brain day after day, until you accept them. We are all subject to this conditioning; it is what finally kills us in the end.
*A holodeck is a fictional virtual reality device featured in the Star Trek series.
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A core belief is invisible only when you think of it as a fact of life, and not as a belief about life…you must become aware of your own structures. Build them up or tear them down, but do not allow yourself to become blind to the furniture of your own mind… it will help you, in fact, if you think of your own beliefs as furniture that can be rearranged, changed, renewed, completely discarded or replaced. Your ideas are yours. They should not control you. Imagine yourself then rearranging this furniture. Images of particular pieces will come clearly to you. Ask yourself what ideas these pieces represent. See how well the tables fit together. Open up the drawers inside.
You must understand that these are not simply dead ideas, like debris, within your mind. They are psychic matter. In a sense then they are alive. They group themselves like cells, protecting their own validity and identity. You feed them, figuratively speaking, with like ideas. ~ “The Seth Material.” Roberts, Jane. Bantam. 1976.
The Origins of Fear
An individual cannot leave the Matrix until he transcends the belief system that supports it. That belief system is fueled by the emotion of FEAR. Fear comes from an incomplete worldview: a limited perspective. A small child who is suddenly separated from his mother in a crowd becomes fearful. This is because the child has the lower perspective of separation. If the child could see the whole crowd from above, he would see his mother looking for him, and realize that he is only temporarily separated.
When you have an inclusive, unlimited holistic view, you cannot experience fear because you are at a higher perspective. It is only in the state of separation and limitation that fear can exist.
~ Excerpt from The Avatars of Eden
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The Avatars of Eden is the sequel to Unplug From the Matrix, which depicted a Matrix-like world of domination and control.
The Avatars of Eden proposes an alternative vision; a future of peace, harmony, and abundance for all, embedded in our minds as the ancient legend of Eden.