the Matrix of Spiritual Scriptures
Updated: Jan 6, 2021
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Today we will be discussing the Matrix of Spiritual Scriptures
I am Mr. Michael Adams
I am a depression and PTSD survivor
Former Addict of narcotics and alcohol
Found God through a spiritual awakening
Here to serve humanity
Mirror neurons intertwined with day to day reality creates this intricate layer of Maya (mask of delusion). Our reality is a mirror reflection of everything we represent. On a subconscious and conscious level, we only register what our brain patterns already think, and we only see what we believe to be true of our own world views. We mimic things we see and visualize, so deep, that it plays out in our own nervous system. I like to call it "The Monkey See, Monkey Do Effect."
This can make or break a person's psyche and mental states of being. As these delusions will play back, creating loops of patterns, and creating its own kind of karma in our lives. It seems to be human nature or possibly the ego that points blame outwards, instead of taking a good hard look at why our brain and mirror neurons are registering this false delusion.
Why does this happen, and how do we correct it?
That is a really good question, that I still have yet to fully identify. There is a lot going on that creates our life program. Everything from environment, to our own thought patterns. From my observation of the world and the humans who inhabit it, all throughout history. We tend to really battle our own thoughts because of past events and the way we made sense of them, creating this love and/or animosity (fear) towards the world we see to believe.
How do we correct this? (21 Day Meditation Challenge)
Well, that too is complicated, as each individual has programmed themselves in their own unique way. Just like a snowflake, no subconscious is programed the same way. Which makes us all very unique in our own little ways. But a force of power we tend to all share is emotions. The matrix tells us there are so many emotions we carry. That it is so complicated for us mortals to understand.
Well, that maybe true on some levels (I agree). But let's break down emotions to their core.
(That's it. Simple)
Every other emotion is just a subcategory of those two emotions.
We came into this world afraid, only to discover our mothers love for us. I tend to believe this is the same nature of the human mind. As we tend to fear the unknown, until we over stand the unknown and make it known. Then a sense of love and understanding downloads into us, as a layer of delusion is unraveled and one of many masks of Maya is lifted, as we can now see a little bit more through the veil of delusion and into reality, and what it truly is (love).
It is normal for us to face many spiritual battles each day. Some of us even battle many micro battles each hour of each day. What separates "Good" from "Evil" is just how long we hang onto these thoughts of delusion. Emotions come and go, but once we hang onto negative delusional thoughts, they then become moods. If we do not take control of our awareness in our mind, and use our power of focus and concentration, then we get lost in our own delusions. This creates a false reality that then loops back into our consciousness through The Monkey See, Monkey Do Effect. Our reality is then one of fear which creates a life of suffering. Or love which creates a reality of Life, full of bliss and joy.
From strictly observation, religions and faiths seem to have the same message. They are paths to our own enlightenment. Religion and Faiths are not a One Size Fits All. But each seems to carry teachings to end one's own suffering and escape the clutches of delusion. Ignorance is bliss, so lean into your own Spiritual ignorance. There are many paths one can travel down in their own journey. I have observed societies matrix, on a nervous system level. It appears that following the path one was born into seems to work the best. As people just accept what is, and rarely question what is not. So, from that level people seem to get by in life with that faith, and with few questions. It seems to work for many (why fix what is not broken).
Then there are people who question everything, trying to make sense of this journey we are all on, as they try to seek their own truth. Some may have had trauma within their own religion or faith, which gives them a bad world view and spiritual view. Then there are some that just do not believe anything they are taught, as it makes zero sense to them. They tend to become the seekers or destroyers of their own spiritual path, which amplifies outward.
I'm going to focus on the seekers, as the ones who are settled into their own path have discovered their own truth, or what they feel already works for them.
There are many paths one can choice from. Do not be afraid to explore, as we do have free will to choose from. If you want to step out of the matrix of suffering, but do not wish to travel to far away from the matrix, then you have the Abrahamic religions which include Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Baha'i, and more. These are the ones which the teaching is very similar and most subscribed to in the world we live today. These are also the ones that probably do best on the nervous system, as these are the most recognized religions and will give the least amount of push back while learning and practicing. Look into each one, and see if any of their teachings resonate with you. Lean into your own spiritual ignorance with an open mind.
Do you still seek deeper truths to over stand your own path? Then go back further in history. Look back to our ancient ancestors, as there are many faiths and religions to explore and choice from as well (remember we are a child of God, we are all brothers and sisters of the soul). There are so many to explore in seeking one's own truth. Take a look at the ancient Egyptians, or maybe Ancient Indians. Some others to look into, that are super fascinating are Yogi's, Sages, Shamanism, Broman’s, Vedas, Mystics. Or even look at what the ancient Chinese used to subscribe to.
What if I refuse to believe in God?
That is fine as well. Then take a look at Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, as these are great philosophies to understand life's energy we put out and receive. JUST SEEK.
No one will end your suffering, except You. If you suffer in life, you got two choices. Stay the same, or change. That's it. So, if you do suffer, it is wise to recognize your own suffering early, and seek out for a path to end your own suffering of delusion.
Mix and Match. Yes, you can do that as well. Nothing is stopping you, but you and your own viewpoints ingrained into your own matrix.
A great book I recommend to understand the battle that is happening within our head is "The Bhagavad Gita." As this book is riddled with metaphors of meditation, and the war we battle in our own mind each day.
Ignorance is Bliss
The moment we let it be known, that we know something. It shuts off our mind to let in anything new. This includes possible solutions and deeper understanding to release our own suffering (even if we are not fully aware of our suffering that is happening to us). Lean into your own ignorance, as it opens the door to endless possibilities. Keep respect for all our ancestors who came before us, as it is implanted deeply in our DNA. Any disrespect towards them or their views, is disrespect to our own self on a subconscious level. It does and will play out in our reality and world views moving forward, creating its own disease from within (Dis-Ease).
This exist only to ones of the faith mind, and falls short of ones of the intellect mind.