Tuesday, July 30th, 2013. Filed under: Activism Consciousness Inspiration Mind Control The Awakening
[A timely message on the importance of disengaging from the matrix and keeping the power of imagination alive. The decision process is important to understand when disentangling from previous programming, and as is said here, "Imagination doesn’t only have the capacity to change the story line; it can create many new stories. It can eradicate old content by opening up an unlimited sky of possibility." - Zen]
The Great Open Sky of Imagination…for Those Who Understand
by Jon Rappoport
By choice, I keep rolling the dice and shoving all my chips in. I know what the term “human potential,” used so foolishly and narrowly, actually means and implies, when you cut away the nonsense.
And I know how mind/matrix cooperates to block off that knowledge.
Maybe many people know this. Some days, I think they do. Some days, I don’t.
The mind/matrix has the capacity to back up any story a person wants to tell himself about his own life. Especially, ESPECIALLY when that story is self-limiting and small and ordinary.
A person wants to live a life of limited spaces? He needs a story to explain that choice. Mind/matrix will provide details, will back it up, will offer material for the tale. The fable. The myth.
You try to pry open that door and expose the limited nature of the story and you’d better have a dozen crowbars and some C-4, because it’s going to be a long day. And at the end of it, nothing will have changed, because we’re talking about DEDICATION here.
Dedication to story. Commitment to the content of the story.
This is how a circumscribed life happens. Through the story a person tells himself.
There is really only one universal solvent that will wash away that story: imagination.
Without it, a person is just rearranging deck chairs on his own personal Titanic.
Imagination doesn’t only have the capacity to change the story line; it can create many new stories. It can eradicate old content by opening up an unlimited sky of possibility.
But most people are afraid of that. They want a fable where all actions to be taken are clear and obvious. They want to live a limited life and they want to be proud of it. They want to hold on to anything that will deny the existence and power of imagination.
They want to tell themselves a story that will make ignorance into wisdom. They want what they claim is “realism.” They want everything to be “real.” What does that mean? It means they have a secret religion called WHAT ALREADY EXISTS.
The ultimate basis of all mind control is: whatever it takes to deny the true power of imagination.
The exact same thing can be said about the ultimate aim of political repression.