Matrix and creation
by Jon Rappoport
July 18, 2015
If you wanted a very general, very quick definition of the Matrix, it would be: “things as they are.”
Leaving the Matrix involves: inventing things that aren’t.
This is why, in my collection, Exit From The Matrix, I include a series of powerful imagination exercises.
Imagination is intimately wrapped up inventing things that aren’t. It all starts with imagination.
Every artist, whether he knows it or not, whether he admits it or not, is operating from imagination. He isn’t operating from “reality.”
Reality is the cover story in this universe.
It dampens individual invention.
The universe says, “Here is everything. Your only job is figuring out how it works.”
If you buy that sales pitch, you’re in the labyrinth. You’re in deep. You’re in the dark without a flashlight.
Whereas, you have a titanic potential to invent.
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