This book provides a way of looking at life that allows us to expand our Consciousness so that we can live both in and outside of the Matrix. It discusses the theory offered, explores states of consciousness, and provides tools to assist you to choose how you might wish to continue your personal journey.
What if there were no paradoxes? What if everything was simply as it is in order to enable conscious life to exist, and to allow us all to experience our unique lives here as broadly as we choose to?
So, we exist here on this planet in a physical body doing physical things. We need a framework within which to begin our existence as a physical being here. No Paradox presents the idea of the matrix as being a construct which allows this to happen.
The book shows that the apparent paradoxes are merely creating this matrix for us to grow within. Without this there would be no way of comparing experiences, learning, understanding, etc. When we realize this, we can begin to see beyond the framework, and stop being so sucked into it, especially emotionally.
You do not have to fit in with anyone else’s idea of what life should be, nor do you have to limit your concepts of what reality might actually be. We can use the construct, yet simultaneously step outside of it, and become fully aware masters of ourselves.
As we become more fully aware, we can be conscious of our aims at all times and stop ourselves from reacting to things within the matrix. We are the dreamer and the observer of our own dream, and we become more and more aware of the fact that we are dreaming it, literally creating it as we go along.
Would you like to consciously evolve your own consciousness? There is a huge amount of creativity available to us, and so many different ways of using it. This book gives you many ideas and tools to help your personal growth in whatever way you wish. It also discusses altered states of consciousness, and explores why we might be here. If we live in an aware and objective way, we can move beyond the constructs of apparent reality, and expand our lives to encompass far greater perspectives.
Of course I’d love it if you’d help spread the word!
Namaste, Grace & Blessings, Julia Woodman
Quote: “I would like to show that we can become so much more through awareness. That is why I speak of conscious evolution. If we understand ourselves, how we think and react, why we do things… Then we can work out how to think more constructively, act more usefully, do things more easily, become more of the person we really want to be deep down inside.”
Quote: “If you know who you are then your ego feels safe instead of fearful, and is more open to exploration.”
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Paradox – “Latin paradoxum, from Greek paradoxon, from neuter of paradoxos contrary to expectation, frompara- + dokein to think, seem
: something (such as a situation) that is made up of two opposite things and that seems impossible but is actually true or possible
: someone who does two things that seem to be opposite to each other or who has qualities that are opposite
So the book argues that there are actually No Paradoxes because things that appear to be opposites are really part of the same thing, just two sides of one coin. It explains that they have to be this way in order to create the very possibility of experiencing life, instead of being just part of the unified source from which everything arises.
It also suggests that this source itself may learn and evolve through being able to create life forms that are temporarily & partially separated from itself. This is because they can then experience a multitude of things, situations, and states of being, all apparently outside of itself, and also extend creation even further. They can even contemplate the source itself as if they were separate from it, and thus it may manage (through us, being an extension of itself) to obtain some sense of itself and its vast potential.
When we realise that we are literally in a little bubble of the source itself, with everything around us also within that same bubble, our whole attitude can change – we can feel safe, like babes in a warm womb, and we can see that things that happen here need not matter quite so much. We will return – blend once more with the original source, and there will be a million more bubbles, there already are.
There are likely Fibonacci patterns out there in the same way as there are in here, throughout nature. Our bubbles are not empty, they are more like eggs, full of matter and energy, and patterns which enable things to happen the way they do. Each physical being also arises within the bubble of its own consciousness, rather than the other way around. Our consciousness is thus more directly connected with the original source than any other part of us, so it is through our individual consciousness that we obtain the most pure & accurate information, so this should outweigh any contradictions fed to us by any other source. We all know how we should truly live if we listen primarily to this.
There seem to be webs within webs within existence – a giant web, or matrix, which pulls things out into apparently opposite sides, to give us a framework to exist within. We could not identify or experience anything without having this – we could not know dark from light, cold from warm, etc. Then there are other webs, or matrices, within that, which we ourselves form with our patterns of belief and different systems of living. Different cultures have their own webs of understanding which are built from their experiences of life, and in turn enable them to respond to life.
We all build guiding structures for our societies… and they can be very useful guides, but we still need to think for ourselves rather than follow others willy-nilly, as guiding structures should never become a means for one group to enslave others. We are each beings unto ourselves and should retain choice in how we live and experience our lives.
I think we are like scouts for the original source of all life, and it is our responsibility to experience life in as individual and broad a sense as is possible, not just be part of some herd, or what would be the point? It is surely our responsibility to witness everything around us, to experience and learn, to grow and evolve ourselves, to create further in wisdom and beauty.
At the same time it is also our responsibility to be a part of the wider social network, helping each other, as well as protecting our environment, but also helping to keep the guiding structures for that network as positive & fair for everyone as possible. Guiding structures should be serving us, and never allow any person or group unreasonable power over others (through force, financial control, deceit, manipulation, mass surveillance, implants, etc). Keeping balance in all our systems may at times require determined action to restore equilibrium, and the more out of balance things have become the harder it will be to rectify (so it’s always better to do it sooner rather than later), but there are always ways and means, without resorting to anything unacceptable, within our original structures.
If we can experience life fully, plus keep balance within ourselves, and with everything around us, then we can be fulfilled, both personally and in relation to our wider network, before our return.