Imagine a world with no need for greedy defense attorneys, no auto insurance, no hefty home mortgage, no stupendous student loans, no bad credit, and (just so hard, I know) no money. All this because we no longer need fear, as we never did. All this because we realize that death is not ultimately real, that the body may disintegrate, but this unique energy form moves on. This body is just Nature’s loan, to be taken back when the soul is ready. Or, another angle, the soul is un-deletable software uploaded and continually updated into this body from the Matrix. Similar to the movie, we are stuck in this matrix of common consciousness where beliefs define and maintain its limited reality. The agents are people in authority who uphold the status quo, especially those very few clenching the vast portion of the wealth. Yet, they know not what they do. They may be acting as manipulative Machiavellians because they just don’t know the truth beyond this play of form, that we are all One, expressions of the same energy. One thing the movie didn’t get right: we are all the One. Other words: we all have the potential to exceed limits as Neo does in the matrix and beyond. We just have to realize our connection to the Source, which takes the time and discipline of contemplative practice.
Yes, I know, for some this is just spiritual fluff, not up to snuff. What I’d suggest, if you really need scientific validation, is to read Bruce Lipton’s Biology of Belief. This goes back to the Matrix, to Morpheus’s question: “What is reality?” Because this book strongly supports the idea that our destinies are determined by our beliefs, that beliefs even alter our genes. This is a major paradigm shift, since we are taught in school that genes determine biology. But no, as Lipton says, beliefs or perceptions shape our biology and our life circumstances as our thoughts extend beyond our bodies. Here’s one of his videos.
Yet more evidence of the spiritual reality, or Matrix, is Anita Moorjani’s near-death-experience (NDE). She had 4th-stage lymphatic cancer, went into a coma, and should have died, but she woke up and walked out of the hospital five weeks later. What are most important are the details of her experience during the coma. She explains in her book Dying To Be Me, and in video talks, how her bodyless consciousness expanded beyond the confines of the room. She could see and hear the doctor telling her husband that she only had a few hours to live as her organs were shutting down. Yet, this was 40 feet down the hall, and the door was shut. There’s more, but I’d prefer you to just watch her video.
With this evidence, can you 100% say with absolute certainty that this is New Age stuff is just fluff? It may at least be worth considering that if we wish to experience life more fully, we need to follow this universal dictum of life’s purpose: to experience and express unconditional love. If we accept this dictum into our hearts, then John Lennon’s vision in his song “Imagine” is very possible. Right now, we just have to use and refine spiritual technologies such as meditation and auditory brain-synchronization. In the meantime, we can work on being introspective lawyers, on questioning our own bs (belief systems and bullshit), and commit to adopting those beliefs that allow greater abundance of love. That’s what we really all want: unconditional love. It’s just been conditioned out by society’s bs, we think we have to fight, claw, and crawl for the experience of love, to earn it. We don’t. We all deserve love, and the best kind comes from that ultimate immortal energy available to us in our deepest heart, here, without fear.
This is inevitable, the dawn of our new consciousness, as we realize we are already in heaven on this earth; we just have to tune in to this reality using spiritual technologies while gently acknowledging our current pain without judgment, and to have the courage to daringly dream and sing as Lennon did.