from VeilOfReality Website
Life is becoming increasingly more complex.
With the rise of the Internet, we have access to more information than at any other time in recorded history.
The information keeps increasing in a world that has become more and more unstable through economic meltdown, climate change, loss of privacy, and the inevitable corruption of government and authoritarian institutions.
Despite these incredible technological advancements, most people in our world still live in poverty - and even in 'developed' countries, life has become a struggle, with many individuals facing great uncertainties regarding their future.
The evolution of consciousness has not yet caught up with our technological progress.
Most people are living on autopilot, just trying to get by and 'survive'. Technological progress has provided many solutions, but created even more problems. Collectively, we seem to be at a breaking point.
These are challenging times, but every challenge and struggle provides an opportunity to help awaken us from the collective slumber.
The resulting struggle and friction is pushing many of us into questioning our world and our habitual ways of living. We seek answers and solutions for the world's problems on both a collective and individual level.
Some people are more focused on externalized social activism, protesting and fighting injustice, asking for (or suggesting) new social systems designed for the "common good of all" and striving towards the creation of sustainable conscious communities.
Others suggest that the answers lie within us, and that an internal transformation - on an individual level - is necessary before the "outer" can change.
However, before we can provide solutions, we need to ask ourselves what the "problem" actually is, and what we are dealing with when it comes to fundamental realities.
What I've noticed over the years is that many well-meaning people ask for (or provide solutions to) the world's issues without actually understanding what the deeper "problem" is, and hence most often wind up focusing on cutting the branches of a tree, instead of tackling the issues at their roots.
Like the characters in Plato's allegory of the cave, who are transfixed with the shadows cast on the wall, those well-meaning individuals who offer solutions that are generated from the same level of conscious awareness that consented to the creation of the problems in the first place aren't offering any viable alternative at all.
To counteract this fundamental misapprehension, I'll be briefly outlining three big topics which, in a nutshell, I feel are realities that need to be addressed and brought to mainstream awareness in order to help us collectively understand what we are dealing with on both a macro (global/collective) and micro (individual) level, as well as from the perspective of the evolution of consciousness.
These points are based on my work, which is, in turn, derived from over twenty years of research and personal experiences.
As a disclaimer, I do not claim to "know it all", nor have I "figured it all out". Obviously, there is also more to the "story" than what I'm going to address here.
Ultimately, it's about Truth, but seeking truth is a process which eventually goes beyond intellectual understanding (and the limitations of the mind and thought processes). Under each summation point, I provide links to my articles and essays, which explore these subjects in more depth.
Some of what I'll be sharing delves deeply into psychology, esotericism, the occult (which simply means "hidden), and what some people may call "conspiracy".
On that note, oftentimes the term "conspiracy theorist" is used in mainstream/official culture as an ad hominem attack (a logical fallacy).
When somebody says "this is just conspiracy theory" with a negative, condescending tone, it usually indicates an attempt to dismiss topics that may challenge those peoples' beliefs.
The socially-constructed "fact" that they are taboo and off-limits solidifies into people's minds, subconsciously cutting off comprehension and further inquiry.
Nobody wants to be called a "conspiracy theorist." It's like calling somebody a "wacko"...
This dismissive programming reflex is due to the fact that many people simply don't understand the true meaning of the word "conspiracy", which represents,
As historian Richard Dolan wrote:
Most of what we see on the word stage, the records of our official history, and what we have been taught (via 'approved' education channels) - as well as the information we get through government and the mainstream media about various topics and issues, present and past - is disinformation and a distortion of what is really going on, and that is by design.
Whether it involves acts of terrorism (which are most often false flag attacks based on the Hegelian Dialect - 'problem-reaction-solution' - that's designed to create a calculated reaction from the public), political subterfuge, and countless other atrocities, the 'official narrative' is a carefully constructed illusion.
We have been fed lies for thousands of years, conditioned and programmed with beliefs about history, religion, science, and humanity itself (including our origins), which many of us don't question.
We have been conditioned to accept social and political systems of "order" and "control" which we gladly consent to without any hesitation, hypnotized and mind controlled like victims in a global Stockholm Syndrome set-up.
As an ironic example of this situation, the very term "conspiracy theory" was itself designed and unleashed onto the general public of the United States by the CIA in the late 1960s as a Psychological Operation initiative to malign, minimize, and discredit those researchers who were examining the many questions surrounding the Kennedy assassination (amongst other crimes and manipulations).
Before we can truly "heal" or "transform" the world, ourselves, or even just help others in their everyday lives, we need to take a deep look within ourselves and confront our own social/cultural (as well all religious/scientific) conditioning, and de-program ourselves from those "official culture" beliefs which have been ingrained into many of us since birth.
This process requires both inner and outer discipline, sincere self-work, and external study.
This process can bring up a lot of unpleasant reactivity, especially when we realize that truth is oftentimes stranger than fiction, and the direct opposite of what we have been told and taught.
Hence, we need watch out for the trap of "cognitive dissonance", and act with humility and radical self-honesty when confronting the lies we have been telling ourselves... lies that we've been living with for most of our lives.
Oftentimes, issues like self-importance, social status, career, public image concerns, and what others think of us (should we dare to acknowledge information that goes literally against the status quo and what the masses believe) can inhibit the process of questioning the world as we know it.
Truth is usually not good for business. It can also isolate us from friends and family, and create all kinds of strident opposition and personal attacks, which I have experienced myself.
Having said all that, there is definitely an "awakening" happening...
I witness more and more people starting to see through the illusion of "appearances", engaging in sincere self-work, and questioning official culture/history and consensus reality.
I've seen an exponential rise in awareness - especially within the past few years - of the topics I'm going to address.
1. Are "we" all the same?
There is often this talk about "we" and the "human family".
But who are "we", really, and are we truly all the same inside? Externally, we all share the same human body (regardless of gender, ethnicity, or color).
However, internally, an individual's "inner wiring" - with regards to experiencing emotions, compassion, empathy, love, having a conscience - is vastly different, and is dependent upon that individual's expression of Being (soul embodiment).
While most humans have access (in varying degrees) to these qualities, they all require engagement in order to be developed consciously, which includes the working through of false beliefs, wounds, trauma and shadow aspects... facets of personality that we all have.
Without true love, compassion, and empathy on an embodied level (defined as feeling, experiencing and living it) - and not just as an intellectual acknowledgment - any head-centric "solution" we try to impose on the world will fail, no matter how well meaning the intention (and lofty the ideal) may be.
To assume that we are all the same and that everyone has access to this higher love (or any form of love) is self-deceiving at best, and we can see those kind of assumptions being expressed in the oversimplified idea that "we are all one!".
This assumption is one of the big reasons why virtually any external revolution in human history has failed to bring about any fundamentally-positive benefit to the human species as a whole... the changes have, in fact, been merely superficial and fleeting.
We are all one, but we are not all the same...
There seems to be some major blind spots and oversimplifications around the metaphysical idea of "we". This has nothing to do with an "us vs. them" binary position, but rather, it involves understanding how complex humanity actually is - what we choose to believe in and wish for, and what we avoid looking at and confronting, both within and without.
The biggest illusion many people seem to have is the assumption that we all have the potential to awaken in this life time and have access to love, empathy, conscience and higher values.
It is assumed that because we're collectively connected and look like "humans", we are all are "equal" and the same. Another assumption is that everyone who is not "aware" is just misguided and can be "fixed" or "healed".
While this is true for the majority of humans, it can also result in projecting one's own higher qualities (conscience, emotional intelligence) onto others who don't possess these "humane" qualities, especially people who hold positions of power.
There exists a type of human who has no connection to the higher centers of universal love/awareness by nature of a birth 'defect'.
He/she is simply not genetically wired to embody empathic kindness; while not being able to access these qualities in this lifetime, he/she still possesses the ability to emulate and mimic these higher characteristics quite well, and can even distract us from our personal evolution by sapping our energy and feeding off them.
This type of "human" is the psychopath (comprising about 6% of humanity, most often found in positions of power), who is hiding behind a mask of sanity, creating misery and chaos which he/she "feeds of off".
It goes way beyond mere greed and the pursuit of power.
Psychopaths have no neuro-biological capability to experience anything close to love, compassion and empathy.
It's not a psychological disposition but a genetic one. This is a very misunderstood and ignored topic, especially since most psychopaths can appear as "normal" through their "mask of sanity" deception.
They are not necessarily criminals housed in prisons (nor the Hollywood version of the "crazy serial killer"), but can be,
They can tell you exactly what you want to hear, and appear compassionate, empathetic and understanding... without meaning or feeling one bit of it.
They're also pathological liars who never feel any guilt or remorse.
Becoming aware of the topic of psychopathy and educating oneself and others about it is one of the most crucial and important actions we can undertake to make this world a better place.
It's one of the underlying reasons why our world is in the state it's in: our governing systems are being designed by - and run by - psychopaths.
It affects everyone, since our society has become "ponerized" (meaning that normal people - and society as a whole - have taken on pathological traits that are then seen as normal)... in other words, it is pathology normalized.
It ties in with the general atrophy of critical thinking skills, and thus the failure to recognize pathological individuals as they are.
I'm not just talking about average mainstream public awareness, but especially with regards to spiritually-inclined people and "social justice warriors" who deny/ignore this topic (usually without having done any sincere research into it).
It's of no use to envision solutions and create new social systems that focus on environmental issues if this topic is not acknowledged and addressed, for the virus of psychopathy will destroy any conscious communities and utopian visions eventually.
I'm not saying to avoid focusing on such solutions, but the illusion that 'all humans are equal and the same' needs to be shattered in order for true change to happen.
More on that topic in Psychopaths in Power - The Elephant in the Living Room.
2. Government and Authoritarianism
Government is the most basic set up of what I call the Matrix Control System.
It is entirely based on belief, no different than a religious belief. Government grants a few people rights and powers that the average person doesn't have, and we gladly give our power away to authority in a blind show of faith that the powers that be will take care of us and make the best decisions for their citizens.
For an overview of the dangers and illogical/illusory beliefs surrounding government/statism, I recommend watching this short video by Larken Rose, Statism - The Most Dangerous Religion.
The first step to truly heal the world (and the self) is to step into our own embodied sovereignty and stop giving our power away to authoritarian institutions, be they,
On the most basic level, you can only attain a personal expression of sovereign identity and true freedom if you don't follow any external authority, nor let any external authority tell you what you should or shouldn't do.
By that definition, as long as we believe in government, we cannot be fully sovereign.
In the final analysis, we are "citizens" of the earth, not of nations based on imaginary borders and illusory systems of government/national identification.
No matter who is in charge or what system is being implemented, there has never been (nor will there ever be) a government that can bring true freedom to the individual/communities of individuals.
Political systems and governments are not broken and don't need "fixing" (as many people proclaim) - they are designed explicitly to be a means of social control/social engineering, and always have been.
It doesn't matter what candidate or party or 'system' people support (left, right, middle, independent, Democrat, Republican, Libertarian, Green, Progressive, Liberal, Conservative... whatever).
These are all labels of identification based on an illusory idea, creating more division and separation between us.
However, we've been living under these political systems and governments for so long that we don't even question them anymore, but accept them like a franchised international Stockholm Syndrome network, idealizing them whilst not seeing reality for what it is.
We are so conditioned and programmed that we don't even question the need of having "government" to begin with.
Most people are afraid of the "chaos" that they believe would ensue if there were no government or authority to 'lead' them/"maintain control", which is ultimately rooted in the fear of true freedom, taking responsibility and claiming our individual power, creativity and sovereignty.
It also shows how removed people are from nature, the Divine and the feminine aspect of consciousness.
The belief in government is based on the isolated male aspect of consciousness that needs to control through rules, regulations, and punishment (if you don't obey); it is disconnected from - and (unconsciously) afraid of - the Feminine frequency.
For example, when you vote, you are literally giving permission to be ruled/governed.
From a metaphysical perspective, it also keeps you enslaved via a choice made of your own free will (trap of agreement), regardless of your good-hearted intentions.
Voting is like changing the tapestry in a prison cell, without ever breaking out of the prison... or (for most voters) not even realizing that one is in a prison at all.
More on that topic in Politics, Sovereignty, and Embodiment.
3. Hyperdimensional Realities
In my work I write and talk extensively about the Hyperdimensional Matrix Control System (HMCS), i.e. the non-physical occult (hidden) hostile forces and their mechanisms which aim to keep us spiritually asleep.
To recap this phenomenon in a nutshell:
Most of what we see on the world stage is manipulated and designed to create this "food" frequency of scarcity-fueled fear and reactivity (suffering, drama, fear, chaos, externally projected negative emotions - hate, anger, anxiety - worship, idolizing, superstition, wars, conflict on a global scale and via interpersonal fighting)... to keep humanity in a frequency prison, governed by forces who operate outside of our five-sensory perception.
We've been cut off from our full DNA potential (original genetic blueprint before "the Fall"), locked into,
...keeping us on a lower fear-based frequency and disconnected from the deeper wisdom of our bodies (our inner "technology") and our divinity within, our own inner authority and emancipated selves.
These forces work through us/others (including through the elite/controllers on a 3-D level, whom they use as portals/puppets to carry out their agenda) and distract us by projecting the shadows of separation consciousness onto the wall/world stage (divide & conquer) and official culture.
"Government" (or any belief in external authority) is also an "archontic" creation; the perfect foundation to keep people stuck in an endless loop of conflict with each other, ensuring that we remain disempowered so as to produce all the "loosh" they require to keep well-fed.
However, this is a "concept" that is really hard for most people to grasp and accept, and is most often ridiculed and laughed off as "sci-fi", "conspiracy nonsense" or "mental/psychological delusion" because it's so far out their conditioned beliefs and view of life (a perspective that is inserted into our minds by the same "force").
And yet, despite the cynical skepticism, all of the ancient mystery schools, true shamanic insights, and esoteric teachings (much of which have been suppressed and/or distorted over thousands of years for obvious reasons) have conveyed this truth for 'the ones with eyes to see and ears to hear', using their own language and symbolism, be it,
It is not a "fairy tale" nor "superstition".
Our entire (modern) civilization is heavily influenced by this "force" - an "alien" construct, so to speak - which we have been led to accept as arising from "human nature"... a condition wherein pathology has become normalized.
This Knowledge won't be brought to us via TED, Oprah, The NY Bestseller list, mainstream "science" - let alone any politician - anytime soon.
This is a deep and complex topic which challenges virtually everything we've ever believed in with regards to our history and human origin.
From personal experience, many people tend to ridicule/judge - or have an "opinion" about - this topic without ever having sincerely researched it... and have also avoided delving into the sincere esoteric self-work required in order to perceive these forces directly, to "see the unseen" beyond appearances.
More on that topic here:
Embodiment, Individuality and Conscious Evolution
As we wake up to the "horror of the situation" (as Gurdjieff described it) and realize the madness of the world - with sleeping people "dreaming to be awake", as well as our own sleep state and conditioning - it can feel like we're caught in a prison, and that analogy is correct in many ways.
As a result of this "shock", it can be natural at first to feel like a victim and blame the powers-that-be (the global elite on a 3D level, or their hyperdimensional puppeteers) for our situation.
However, getting caught-up in blame and victimhood is essentially a dis-empowering state that feeds the matrix.
While the whole set-up feels like being in a prison, from a higher perspective, life on earth is a "school" for the evolution of consciousness, and all there is are essentially soul lessons.
The most important aspect to heal the world and the self is essentially about consciously engaging in the process of awakening and embodiment, establishing a conscious relationship to the Divine and our spiritual selves.
The question of "God" and the Divine is a topic on its own, however I'm not referring to any kind of religious "god" outside ourselves.
I'm not religious person and don't follow any organized religion, nor am I an atheist, since I also don't follow the church of scientism (which, in turn, doesn't mean I dismiss science as a whole).
The corruption of science - and how it has itself transformed into a dogmatic belief system - is also a topic unto itself.
When we talk about healing the world and healing the self, we are ultimately talking about awakening to our true nature (beyond the constructs of personality we identify ourselves with) and accessing the many layers of our conscious evolutionary design.
This cannot be undertaken (or even understood) by the intellect alone. It is also a highly unique process that is different for each person, based upon his/her level of Being (soul embodiment) and the inherent lessons they are here to process on an individual level.
There are over seven billion people on this planet, all of whom embody vast differences in terms (and levels) of consciousness, with wildly-dissimilar lessons to take on-board.
Hence, rather than trying to look for external solutions as a starting point, the work to be done starts first and foremost within ourselves.
In our disembodied society (where most people live in their heads, disconnected from their bodies, their Being, nature and their own wholeness), people are fragmented inside.
They approach the world (and their personal lives) in a "rationalized", analytical, head-centric way, trying to "fix" the world while essentially projecting their own fragmentation onto their unbalanced surroundings, which is a mirror of their head-body split.
Hence, peoples' "solutions" usually perpetuate this disconnection, as we fight "shadows on the wall" and create even more problems and fragmentations with our head-centric approach, despite our well-meaning intentions (whether they involve the world or our personal lives).
This is the most basic set of the Matrix Control System, with occult forces (working through their human puppets in power) keeping us caught up in head-centric/fear-based ego consciousness, disconnected from the intelligence and "technology" of our body as a conscious transducer/vessel for Divine Force.
This also ties into the compulsory need to "do" and "act". Whether it be in our own daily lives, or whether it involves the role of "activists", we have all been caught up at one time or another with this phenomenon.
It usually involves a pressing need to "fight the system"/promote new "social solutions"/identify with a political party, movement/vote for someone who has the "answers" and can "fix the system", all of which ties into the need for "authority" to save us which is a mirror of our own "supervisor/authority" in the head, telling us what we should/shouldn't do.
We will not have any significant "positive" effect on the world as long as we approach the "problems" in the world from a disembodied fragmented place (a place which we are most often not even aware of, because the head-body split has become so normalized within both ourselves and our society... a normalization which is heavily re-enforced with the rise of technology and all its distractions).
Having been disconnected from our body and the feminine aspect of Being (and essentially, from our own intuitive guidance system), we are being tricked into looking outside of ourselves for guidance, thus becoming followers rather than embodied sovereign individuals who remain connected to our guidance from within.
For example, a TRULY embodied politician would cease to be a politician, and would not attempt to run for office (the term "head of the state" says it all) or engage in this silly game of poly-tics.
He/she would realize the madness of it all - the need to control with power, authority, rules, laws and regulations, borders, national identifications - all of which result in more and more fragmentation.
All political "by-products" of the isolated head-centric male aspect (the "tyrant" within) are fundamentally disconnected from (and afraid of) the Feminine aspect of Being... they are divorced from the essential-ness of Nature and the Divine.
There is no such thing as "conscious politics" or a "conscious politician".
It's an oxymoron...
As long as we are not embodied (soul growth, connected to the Divine) - as long as we remain disconnected from Being (our own wholeness and divine nature) - our "solutions" and "doing" will come from the internal tyrant (which we project outwardly).
This tyrant is the rampant male consciousness that is disconnected from the female within us all, regardless of gender.
It is a fragment of the Self that needs to have fixed answers, needs to control, tries to predict the future (caught in linear time and 3-D thinking); it cannot surrender to "the flow", nor even perceive the mystery, wholeness and perplexity of life and reality as it unfolds.
There is also spiritual sovereignty:
Yes, there are benevolent spiritual forces (expressions of the One/Divine) "out there" that help and guide us, and we are not alone - but true positive higher forces know that we have to do the work ourselves in order for us to ignite our own spiritual evolutionary journey.
We need to learn our lessons and become truly sovereign - to actualize our own unique expression of embodied soul potential in inter-relationship with all that is.
Spiritual sovereignty should not be mistaken for "independence" (which is the illusion of the male aspect of consciousness), but relates to being an individualized embodied soul who exists as a unique expression of the Divine (not identified with the personality of who we "think" we are), surrendering to the flow of Life (Tao) and letting go of the illusion of control.
In order to have a true shift in consciousness, we need to transcend (not to be mistaken with denial/avoidance/) these old systems of control, rather than attempting to fix them; to achieve this goal, we are called to do the inner work involved in becoming truly embodied sovereign human beings.
On a metaphysical level, this self-work has powerful effects on reality, as our gradual process of embodied being (not just through thoughts and emotions, as is proclaimed in the many distorted/superficial versions of New Age-y "You Create Your Own Reality" concepts) "co-creates a new existence" through the complimentary/parallel shift in arising frequency.
The old needs to "die" before the "new" can emerge.
This outer process is no different from our own inner process when it comes to spiritual evolution, and it is not an easy process!
It entails disillusionment, facing our shadows, and working through our wounds (which are most often unconscious, and which we have buffered up with addictions and modern-life distractions).
It also entails embracing discomforting realizations; hence, most people avoid this effort and look outside for someone to "lead the way", "fix it" or "save us".
In other words, Being first, then Doing.
The more we heal ourselves and work on ourselves, the more we are becoming aligned with Divine Will and a much bigger process from the viewpoint of the evolution of consciousness (which we have no control over, but need to surrender to).
Then, out of this state of holistic Being, the "right" action, doing and "solutions" emerge:
We stop fighting shadows on the wall, and cease projecting our own inner fragmentation on to the world.
This is not a call to embrace ignorance, nor to resort to becoming a "passive couch potato" (that would be 'black or white' fallacious thinking, another product of the head-centric tyrant within).
It isn't about escaping the world and retreating into a "cave".
On the contrary, this process will result in fully embracing and engaging with life on all levels. This process does not involve a denunciation of the intellect; rather, it's about understanding its limitations, using it as a "tool" but not making it the "master".
Essentially, this is about the sacred alchemical marriage of the male and female within, grounded in Being; a place from which both "answers" and "actions" arise that are not a product of pure analytical thought, but are in fact aligned with "Divine Will" and our INDIVIDUAL role and purpose.
In this sacred marriage, doing and being become one, as there is no separation.
More on that topic in The Perilous Path Towards Awakening.
We are in the midst of a very powerful "Time of Transition", as both the dark and the light are becoming more readily apprehended so as to allow us to transmute and integrate their energies.
It holds tremendous potential for the collective to truly rise to a higher level of consciousness, and to heal ourselves and the world. It's like a re-birth into a new world.
But any birth (as any mother can attest) is challenging, painful, and beautiful, all at the same time...