Your life outside the Matrix

Your life outside the Matrix

by Jon Rappoport

December 19, 2016

This is a set of notes I made while preparing my collection, Exit From The Matrix, which contains a series of imagination exercises designed to increase the scope of the individual’s creative power:

“You pursuing the future you truly want…is quite different from you not pursuing that future.”

“You may remember a time when you were creative, when that impulse filled your mind and body. Reflecting on it can be quite productive. What made you so thrilled then? How did your view of your own life and future take on new meaning? That’s not a memory to discard. It’s vital. It contains many clues. It’s a storehouse of treasures…”

“Your moments and experiences and feelings are given importance or relegated to the dustbin according to a standard: will other people respect them? This is misleading. You give those feelings and experiences the status you decide to give. You’re the arbiter and the authority. The more you take on that power, the more power you have—and the more you perceive your future as yours and not someone else’s.”

“People who place a high value on conformity and doing the expected in life don’t deserve the truth from you, unless you want to give it to them. If you’re pursuing a goal or direction beyond their capacity to understand, why should you be obligated to share it with them? Sharing truth is your choice. The cultural trend of ‘spilling everything to everyone all the time’ is a gimmick designed to make people equal, when in fact they aren’t. ‘Equal’ is really a fantasy. People aren’t the same. They never were.”

“Viewed through the lens of history, former moments of creative breakthrough seem rather ordinary. Why? Because people have come to accept these disturbances in the continuum as smooth ripples in the stream. This is done through a fallacious analysis of cause and effect, in which every event seems to have flowed automatically from previous events. But individuals make quantum leaps of insight. Jumping from A to G in a single bound seems impossible, but it happens. This upsets scientific materialists. They want pre-determination. They want a smoothly progressing wave-front of events. They want no holes or breaks. But, as it turns out, the breaks occur frequently.”

“How does quantum insight happen? Many times, it happens when the individual introduces a dissonant or disruptive note. He doesn’t go along with the pervasive harmony. He isn’t heavily invested in a balanced system. He isn’t wedded to symmetry. In informational mind control, people are fed the notion that ‘everything fits’, all the pieces are in place and have defined relationships. ‘There is a system and it is good’. That’s the mantra. It casts a hypnotic glaze over the workings of life. Waking up from informational mind control—the individual takes over power from an externally imposed ‘movie’. The lights go on in the theater. He looks around and sees other people. The happenings on the screen fade out.”

“The imagination exercises [in Exit From The Matrix] help to facilitate spontaneous moments of new insight, which turn into a platform from which to launch a new future.”

“Is a person going to become iron filings drawn to a magnet outside himself? Nothing more? The deciding factor is his imagination, and how he uses it to see a future he truly desires.”

“More than that, imagination is an engine. It gives off giant quantities of inspiration, because it views possibility as reality. It closes the gap. It teaches that reality without possibility is only a default setting. Life is so much more.”


Exit From the Matrix

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Exit From The Matrix, click here.)


Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free emails at NoMoreFakeNews.com or OutsideTheRealityMachine.

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4 comments on “Your life outside the Matrix

  1. Oliver K. Manuel says:

    ABUNDANT LIFE OUTSIDE THE MATRIX:

    Humans on a water-covered planet located exactly one AU (astronomical unit) from a pulsar-centered star were endowed by their creator with abundant energy and inalienable rights to enjoy life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

    My research mentor, the late Dr. Paul Kazuo Kuroda, risked his life to make certain abundant energy was not taken from the public by the tyrannical world government that took control of the world after WWII.

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10640850/TRIBUTE_TO_KURODA.pdf

    May Donald Trump risk his fortune and his life to restore these basic rights to the American public, too.

  2. You appear to be subtly “off” at a few points here, Jon.

    I feel you have probably dealt with them in numerous other ways in your broad range of writings, but one I feel it is important to single out, is your point about “respect”.

    People, in my opinion (backed by extensive “marketplace” testing), do not fear lack of respect, nor do most want any (specifically). They fear wilful attack and discredited views. This is very different and the two “concepts” (respect/discredit) hinge on tradition. People are very careful to toe the party line on matters of tradition. Even those with “credentials” have an almighty task when attempting to ridicule long standing beliefs.

    People are very fickle. Just about all thought is devoted to cunning rather than “contemplation”. That’s why the imagination is not used to progress dreams of furtherance, but, rather, just about all mental activity is devoted to trying to find the easiest route to success “within the system”.

    I am also concerned by your equation “being thrilled” and “creativity”. In fact I have found my own progress has mirrored the equation “discipline” and “belief”. The more I believe in the (unwelcome, perhaps “tedious”) disciplines [to the path of progress], the greater and more thrilling my creative output is.

    On a Christmas note, if we were to evaluate what really motivates humanity towards system adherence, I think this paragraph from my latest article sums it up:

    “If there was a common bond which binds humanity together, it is the power to hate. If only we could hate the same things simultaneously, then we could become brothers and sisters of war and not constantly at war. Think of that as a grand vision for utopian society, because that’s where we are heading – rapidly. Conflicts don’t just happen in the Middle East. They start on the roads, in the supermarket, at school, between family members fighting over who received or gave the best Christmas present. Jealousy, envy and greed punctate human collateral ambition and nothing changes at Christmas. Behind those eggnog grins I see only “bah humbug”. You will struggle to find any social environment, whether public or private, free of bitterness at any time….”

    https://ozziethinker.wordpress.com/2016/12/17/celebration-of-dreams-and-hope/

    Best seasonal wishes
    OT

  3. Sabell says:

    I Love this paragraph!!!

    “People who place a high value on conformity and doing the expected in life don’t deserve the truth from you, unless you want to give it to them. If you’re pursuing a goal or direction beyond their capacity to understand, why should you be obligated to share it with them? Sharing truth is your choice. The cultural trend of ‘spilling everything to everyone all the time’ is a gimmick designed to make people equal, when in fact they aren’t. ‘Equal’ is really a fantasy. People aren’t the same. They never were.”

  4. Colton J Comer says:

    Love your work. Have you heard about Earthships? Im under the impression that self sustainability is the number one way I can personally fight the nwo while negating the effects of toxins and radiation being introduced. Next step is spread the word. Earthships require no infrastructure, need zero electricity or fuel for heating or cooling(solar/thermal mass), collect their own rain water, grow plants/food and filter/reuse grey water… I took the Earthship academy and lived in one for a month, now I can’t see why anyone would rather live in plywood boxes that we would pay forever to maintain that comfort zone

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