MORE MAGIC THEATER
SEPTEMBER 7, 2011. I’ve found that many people will do anything they possibly can to avoid actually striking out on a path of being creative. They’ll come up with the most astonishing theories, if necessary, to keep themselves in check. They’ll psychically put themselves through hell to maintain the idea that CREATE is a line they shouldn’t cross. They’ll invent a persona as thick as a brick wall and uphold it, just to prove they can’t create or imagine anything. They’ll travel to the ends of the Earth to postpone the moment when they cross that line. They’ll distract themselves with the most preposterous tasks.
And to cap it off, the ANGER that all this breeds inside them—they’ll hold on to it like a life raft in a typhoon and claim it’s impolite or immoral or “contrary to the wishes of the universe” to express the anger or use it as fuel for the creative fire. They’ll force a smile and freeze it in place all the way into decline, decrepitude, and decay.
It’s quite a performance.
It’s something the Academy Awards can’t even begin to touch.
The profound depth of the performance is immortal, and if they only realized or owned up to the role they are playing, they’d immediately recognize how creative they actually ARE.
The world isn’t just theater, it’s amazingly well done theater. It’s fabulous theater. It’s the kind of theater you just can’t find in a theater.
People are confused? People are at loose ends? People are in a muddle? Yes, but people know those roles down to the last cue and gesture and intonation.
So, you see, my position is: LET’S BRING ALL THIS OUT INTO THE OPEN.
LET’S MAKE IT CLEAR IT’S ART.
LET’S DO THEATER.
LET’S TAKE OVER THE PROCESS THAT’S BEEN UNDERWAY FOR THE LAST 10,000 YEARS AND RAISE IT TO THE LEVEL OF CONSCIOUSNESS.
LET’S ENTER THE MAGIC THEATER, where all roles are welcomed and all roles are reversible. Let’s do the generous thing and open up space and time and energy and revolutionize the old worn-out theater.
People hold on to their roles so tightly in life. It’s how they define reality. And that’s fine, but as the years go by, the roles become more tired, because they know them so well they can perform them in their sleep. Which is, eventually, how they DO perform them, in a trance. They phone it in.
Whereas, what they really want is the feeling of communicating with live energy, with life-force.
In the Magic Theater, we get into cracking the reality egg.
If you want to look at this from the point of view of secret societies, the whole idea is to get the population to accept a limited number of possible roles from which they can live and speak, and to define those roles rather narrowly, in order to plot out the future of the planet on the grand chessboard, as the roles play out their futures.
The magic theater reverses that overall strategy.
Under the surface, this whole civilization is composed of theater that doesn’t take place, conversations that are never held, dialogue that doesn’t happen. And the result is a structure of frozen counter-balanced energies. But in the magic theater, the river flows. The energies unhook and the unhealthy equilibrium is blown apart.
Windows fly open, fresh air comes in. Light shines.
We are all consummate actors, and we’re waiting for more roles.
In that psychic firmament where each one of us has roles wrapped in paralyzed energy, held in balance, all it takes is a few pushes, a few dialogues, and the whole business begins to unravel.
We’re back on stage, where we want to be.
Readers have emailed me asking where to start with all this, which seminars and books of mine I would recommend. The initial short list is:
The Secret Behind Secret Societies (ebook)
Mind Control, Mind Freedom (audio seminar)
The Transformations (audio seminar)
The Mystery and Magic of Dialogue (audio seminar)