If so, then this prison of minds has the door wide open and we can choose to exit it, whenever we desire. All that is required is for us to wake up from the dream, so that we can see the door... and to actually want to go out and "disconnect." The unbreakable Free Will Free Will is, allegedly, one of the unbreakable laws of our multiverse. Those who know the rules of the game can bend them in their favor by using various tricks and smoke screens, but they can never brake them.
This means that our consent was required and we are dreaming this collective dream because we - somehow - agreed to partake.
Remember what Morpheus told Neo in The Matrix film?
Morpheus: "The Matrix is everywhere. It is all around us, even now in this very room. You can see it when you look out your window or when you turn on your television. You can feel it when you go to work, when you go to church, when you pay your taxes. It is the world that has been pulled over your eyes to blind you from the truth.
Neo: What truth?
Morpheus: That you are a slave, Neo. Like everyone else you were born into bondage, born into a prison that you cannot smell or taste or touch. A prison for your mind. Unfortunately, no one can be told what the Matrix is. You have to see it for yourself."
Unfortunately, most of the people love it here! This reality of pain and sufferance suits them perfectly and they would never brake the spell, if given the opportunity. This reality is a drug and too many people are addicted to it.
“The Matrix is a system, Neo. That system is our enemy. But when you’re inside, you look around, what do you see? Businessmen, teachers, lawyers, and carpenters; the very minds of the people we are trying to save. You have to understand, most of these people are not ready to be unplugged. And many of them are so inured, so hopelessly dependent upon the system, they will fight to protect it.” - Morpheus
You've felt it your entire life...
Dreams should make us question reality When we dream at night, we don't realize that it is all happening in our minds. No matter how absurd and impossible a dream is, we never question it while asleep. In fact, the dream is so real to us, that when we wake up to this existence, we are emotionally affected by it. To us, it was real. The movie Inception will help you process everything better (Inception - Explaining the dream world):
So what makes that a dream, and this a reality?
Dreams within the dream
After studying the life work of so many scientists (e.g. Dr. Ian Stevenson, Dr. Helen Wambach, Dr. Michael Newton) who were able to bring such conclusive evidence proving reincarnation, I am now a strong believer myself.
Holding this knowledge makes one decode this experience that we call "life on Earth," as being similar to "going to college" and partially explains the reason why we are here: to learn and evolve, one lesson at a time.
And as soon as we master all of the given lessons, we conclude the incarnation cycle and we proceed with new challenges, in a vastly superior dimension.
But this also means that we are now, in fact, still dreaming and everything around us is virtual, non-existing. The software that we are now part of, is designed to trick us into believing that all of this is real, when in fact, it is not.
According to the thousands of people who have been regressed into the life between lives by the Newton Institute professionals, everything that we experience here is designed to teach us important lessons. As soon as we die in this "reality," we instantly wake up as non-physical entities, with vastly superior capabilities as compared to those of a human vehicle.
This is also confirmed by those who have had a near-death experience or those who are able to consciously move out of the human vehicle through what is known as "astral projection."
This means that when we die, we are basically waking up from a collective dream. A very profound and intense one, but still a dream.
Let's do a quick recap:
When we dream, we don't question that "reality," no matter how absurd it becomes. For us, those things are real and we do our best to cope with everything. We only decode the experience as a dream, after we wake up. More or less, the same goes for life and death: after we die, we wake up in another "reality" and decode the previous one as yet another dream.
It's very similar to Inception's concept of dreams within the dream...
The Holographic Illusion of Reality
Pondering about dreams for a while will inevitably lead you to the conclusion that dreams are various states of holographic realities.
When we wake up from a dream, we can no longer interact with the dream world, because we have already moved out of it. Dreams are holographic realities created by our minds, and there are people who trained themselves to become aware while dreaming and consciously interact with the dream world around them.
(This technique is called lucid dreaming and there are various ways for everyone to learn it).
A similar thing happens to us when we die. Our consciousness moves not only out of the human vehicle, but also out of this holographic reality, thus making interaction with this realm almost impossible.
David Icke does a wonderful job at explaining the concept of the holographic illusion of reality:
The ensalvers are basically broadcasting a web of negativity within this reality (and who knows within how many other), a low vibrational matrix of pain and sufferance, with the intent of torturing our minds and making us generate negative energies. If "they" are broadcasting this perverted version of reality from within this dimension, as all evidence suggests, then all we have to do in order to break free is to become aware and evolve beyond their vibration of control.
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