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Unconscious Gateway Into The Matrix


The 7 elements of your psyche that serve as the gateway into the matrix

Reposted from: Natural News | by Mike Bundrant

The illusion is a threat. From within it, we unconsciously seek out destruction and fool ourselves into believing it is OK. The destruction happens on an individual and global basis. The bigger problem is, we actively hide the facts from ourselves through amazing feats of mental gymnastics. This is why it is nearly impossible to convince anyone what it really going on in the world – or within the walls of their home – or inside their own mind. The illusion is pervasive and overwhelming.

The seven facts that follow are the result of months of work searching the lost archives of psychology and philosophy – obscure papers you’ve never seen in out-of-print volumes, written by people you have never heard of. These heroes should be household names, but they have been deleted by modern mental health – but that is a longer story that predates World War II.

Below I use examples of how the illusion affects individuals, but you will see how it applies to the entire population. Please read slowly and carefully when you have time and space to absorb it. Some people need to reread the facts and storyline several times before it begins to make sense. I have tried to distill it down as far as I can, write in layman’s terms and keep it as brief as possible.

By the way, you won’t see this until you realize it applies to you. I have had to work on myself consistently for months now, opening my own eyes so that I can pass this information along. It has been the most liberating experience of my life and I continue to work at it daily. I hope you see it, too.

See the gateway. See the exit. That’s how it works.

1. When you were born, you could not tell the difference between truth and falsehood

Children do not have truth/falsehood filters. Whatever parents tell children, they not only believe, but anticipate and act upon. It doesn’t matter how far from reality these “facts” are. This is how Santa Claus manages to stick around.

When kids believe in Santa, they behave accordingly. They write letters to Santa, wait up at night to get a glimpse, leave out cookies on Christmas Eve, try not to be on the naughty list and so on.

We act on what we experience as true.

DEUS NEXUS: Some small children have a remarkable ability to detect BS, and they will tell you so.  However, it’s true that most children will believe whatever they are told.  As children, we are born with strong imaginations – everything can be both truth and make-believe at the same time.  I think children who are born with a strong sense of self (from past lives) are less inclined to become environmental sponges, but there are always exceptions.  Teenagers are acute BS detectors – which is why some will seem sullen, remote, and moody – they wake up with adolescence from the illusions of childhood, sensing that something is just not right about the adult world.  The see their own parents compromise and deceive themselves.  Unfortunately, socialization eventually closes most adolescent eyes.  They eventually conform to adapt.  

2. In reality, you learned many things that were false – and you made those things pleasurable

Enter the first major, hard-to-believe glitch in the program. If you learned only helpful or harmless things as a child, you’d be set up for a lifetime of independence and success. Sadly, you were taught many things that are false.

Here’s the mind-blower: You turned these falsehoods into pleasures. I almost hate to be the one to put this to you, but it is true. Children cannot filter out falsehood and they make perceived truth pleasurable. If you did not make truth pleasurable, then you would never act on it. When you are taught that a lie is true, then seeking the lie becomes right and familiar, even if the lie guides you into an early grave. This combination can turn your whole world upside down. It may be the number one human vulnerability; the key to our undoing.

On a personal level, perhaps you learned that you are not worth anyone’s time. Perhaps you discovered that there is no point in thinking for yourself. Maybe you learned that it is useless to try to succeed. Perhaps you learned that you do not fit in.

Let’s say you were taught that you weren’t worth your parents’ time. When you needed help, they were busy. When you wanted to play, they weren’t interested. When you were proud of yourself, they dismissed you.

DEUS NEXUS: We are certainly fine-tuned to seek pleasure and avoid pain.  This is especially true in a psychological sense.  Society trains us to avoid inner conflict. We often seek happiness at the expense of our health, our financial security, or our emotional growth. There is a downside to being persistently optimistic – we have a tendency to blindly accept difficult realities, realities that might otherwise have been easier with a little work. 

3. You now live the lies as if they were true

Modern culture encourages older children to let go of their harmless belief in Santa Claus. Most parents are sensitive enough and comfortable guiding their children through the process.

Modern culture offers no encouragement or process to let go of the harmful lies you were told. When you think about it, people might be better off believing in Santa for life than believing they are worthless as a person for life. Still, there is no rite of passage, no method and virtually no mention that young adults should examine beliefs related to their upbringing.

Worse, extraordinarily few people exist on this planet who know how to help others identify and let go of the lies they are living.

So, as an adult, you are now living the lie that you are worthless (this is just one example). You treat yourself the way your parents treated you. You don’t take care of yourself, respect yourself or give yourself the time and sacrifice necessary to create the life you want.

You act on the lie. You don’t care what you eat or what goes into your body. You don’t make time for yourself. You find it hard to accept compliments. You don’t keep commitments to yourself. You are uncomfortable around people with high self-esteem, etc…

Worse, you find a strange, unexplainable pleasure or personal familiarity in treating yourself this way. This only adds shame to the mix.

DEUS NEXUS: It’s frustrating to hear someone excuse their own limitations, delusions, or bad behavior by saying, “that’s just who I am.”  The self-esteem movement has done some people a horrible disservice, allowing them to accept their inner pain, their obsessions, their phobias, their mental blocks as unique and wonderful aspects of their personality instead of personal challenges they might seek to overcome, becoming a stronger, healthy individual.  Of course, such inner work is often perceived as painful.

4. The lies you live are threatening, painful and embarrassing

Here’s why letting go of lies is so difficult. If you are living a lie, you probably don’t want to admit it. The lie you are living isn’t pretty. Who wants to face the perceived ugliness and pain at the core of their being?

No one wants to appear weak or worthless. Everyone is putting their best foot forward and burying the unmentionables. Your ego does not want to see the truth!

DEUS NEXUS: I usually know when a dear friend of mine is going through a difficult time – she hides, makes excuses not to talk or spend time with me.  She’s afraid to reveal that something is wrong, that she has problems, that she is not perfect until it finally explodes and she can no longer hide her shame.  Then I am allowed to help her pick up the pieces.  I could be more help to her if she let me in sooner, but she is in denial up until the moment everything falls apart.  On the larger scale – this is what is happening to society as a whole.

5. So, you hide the lies from yourself

Your campaign to hide the painful lie-you-believe-is-true is wholesale. You hide the lie by setting out to prove your worth to the world, as if you could deny the lie by worldly success. You ignore your feelings. You look down on “weak” or “unimportant” people.

You avoid intimacy, unconsciously fearing that if someone were to get to know you, they’d disapprove. If someone suggests in any way that you might be mistaken or to blame for something, you get defensive. You avoid at all costs any hint that you might be less than you portray yourself.

The bitter irony is that all this is totally unnecessary. You are not worthless. You never were. You only believed the lie and now act upon it regularly, at times getting a strange satisfaction from it.

6. Now you are stuck doing things you hate for reasons you do not understand

All this leads to an incredible bind. You are strangely attracted to being less than – it is familiar territory for you. All the ways you act upon this belief are troubling, but the illusion is so thick that you don’t know where to begin to figure it all out.

You set goals that should improve your life, then sabotage those goals because you lean heavily toward that attachment to being less than. You know you should not eat junk, smoke junk, drink junk, do junk, treat yourself like junk, but you do. You understand the consequences of such behaviors, but do not seem to care. In fact, you are oddly invested in bringing more junk upon yourself.

7. You resist solutions to your problem

When real solutions present themselves, you reject them. When people try to help, you become offended and pretend you have no problem. You even judge others who have obvious problems to move attention away from your own (Reality TV is a good vehicle for this).

It is entirely possible for you to stare real solutions in the face, admit they are solutions, then proceed to do the opposite and resent anyone who calls you on your irresponsible behavior.

You live the lie, take pleasure in the lie, fear solutions to the lie, don’t know who you would be without the lie and keep all this from yourself with amazing agility.

Perfect prey for big pharma

Doesn’t this set up create perfect candidates for drugs? Corporate power structures love to prey upon our struggle by offering solutions that do not require us to dig deep. Take a pill. You’ll feel better. Kick the can down the road. Just don’t leave the matrix and begin to think for yourself.

Living inside the matrix leaves us attached to what we hate – and sometimes we even enjoy it. It’s a twisted set up that leaves millions of people, each and every day, scratching their heads and wondering why they do what they do.

Digging deep is the only solution. Do not be afraid. The only dark secrets lurking there will transform into psychological enlightenment the moment you discover them.

This is only the beginning. Take the next step and watch this free video to learn more, then never stop learning until you are free.

About the Author

Watch the free video The AHA! Process: An End to Self-Sabotage and discover the lost keys to personal transformation and emotional well-being that have been suppressed by mainstream mental health for decades. The information in this video has been called the missing link in mental health and personal development. In a world full of shallow, quick-fix techniques, second rate psychology and pharmaceutical takeovers, real solutions have become nearly impossible to find. This presentation willturn your world upside down.

Mike Bundrant is co-founder of the iNLP Center and host of Mental Health Exposed, a Natural News Radio program.

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3 thoughts on “Unconscious Gateway Into The Matrix

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  3. “lost archives of psychology and philosophy” IMAGE SEARCH: “Indiana Jones” “top scientists” [lol]
    Got me thinkin’, but far too lax on specifics for me; seems too easy to fluff such stuff up. I’ve seen it too-many times. You got a less-condensed version?; got sources?
    P.S. One of the links is 404
    Note: this should be my gravatar: https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/e983826e43ef036a4d9df685cfd6cf95?s=75&r=any&d=mm&time=47507131 It is rated “G” so it should be showing up here; don’t know why it’s not.

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