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Exit From The Matrix: the adventure of imagination
by Jon Rappoport Exit From The Matrix: the adventure of imaginationby Jon RappoportApril 4, 2015OutsideTheRealityMachine
Is there something wrong with having a vision of a great adventure? Looking around at society today, you might think so.
But the individual, bombarded though he might be with propaganda and group-think, still wants it. He wants the feeling of greater space and the power to make something new happen.
He wants relief from repetition and boredom. He wants the thrill of “new worlds.” And not just in his thoughts, but in his life.
The adventure begins in imagination—and by that I mean a great deal more than a flicker of hope or an occasional burst of energy.
There is a line in the mind and the psyche. On one side of the line is everything the individual already knows and can act on. As time passes, a corrosive dissatisfaction grows, because there are few surprises.
On the other side of the line is an infinity of possibility…undiscovered territory. Untapped potential. The unknown.
The North Star in this vast territory is imagination. It’s the North Star and the engine and the vision. It’s endlessly renewing energy and creative power.
Why? How? Because the individual is built for that kind of life. Whereas society is built for something else. Society is engineered for systems and organization and control.
When I put together my mega-collection, Exit From The Matrix
, I pursued ways of triggering imagination and bringing it into the foreground—not just for a few moments now and then, but in a way that would be as natural as breathing and walking and thinking and feeling.
It is only through education and group-think and complete immersion in systems that imagination recedes into the background.
Based on my own experiences as a writer and painter, my investigation of early Tibet, and my work with a brilliant hypnotherapist, Jack True (who gave up hypnotism and opted for other strategies), I developed hundreds of imagination exercises.
These exercises are aimed at liberating imagination and liberating extraordinary amounts of latent energy in the individual.
That energy, in fact, is always waiting for imagination to swing into gear and doesn’t surface until then.
In Exit From The Matrix
, I include and offer dozens of these exercises for daily practice.
The great adventure…
In putting together Exit From The Matrix
, I laid out two decades of work in developing specific techniques and exercises that expand the scope and range of the imagination.
These exercises make the creative power of the individual available.
This is the journey from What Already Exists to What Could Exist.
Not just in theory, but through action, through employing untapped reservoirs of power and energy.
Thanks to: https://outsidetherealitymachine.wordpress.com