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Dismantling the Shadows: Learning the Truth

When you learn the truth the about something, the old, unfit, unnatural idea or narrative no longer has any influence on your life. For example, once you accept that viruses do not exist, that the only reasons you become ill are due to your body’s innate ability to heal and adapt, and that the body is always right, you are free of the fear of contagion and everything else associated with that fictitious reality construct. And there is a lot.

Aligned and armed with the truth, you are free to investigate and broaden your understanding of natural processes, the real and observable what, why, and how, all while taking on a greater sense of responsibility for your health and wellbeing. You feel calmer as you become more grounded in reality and free of the cloak and obscuring shadow of the deceptive and artificial.

This applies to essentially every aspect of your life. The realm in which we live offers us an enormous amount of programming and conditioning that can impede and stifle our progress in life. At every turn, you may encounter new and more deceptive traps that will lead you away from your source of innate knowledge and wisdom. However, the path of truth is always present, as one cannot exist without the other. Do you accept their offer, or do you rise above?

Some people try to live a “safe” life, whatever that means. I’ve certainly had my moments, actively shunning public life in every way, and desperately seeking solace in solitude and distance. The events orchestrated in 2020 terrified and traumatized hundreds of millions, if not billions, of people. It altered their trajectory, in many cases permanently. But, in my view, most of us needed the shakeup to realize that we were basically “ticking boxes and licking windows,” as Tom Barnett would say. That is, we came to the unfortunate conclusion that what we did for a living, or the path we were pursuing, was completely unnecessary in the world, did not create anything of value, and was simply a way of putting in some effort with no real consequence, satisfaction, or meaning.

Put another way, many of us do not live in accordance with our highest values, which makes us miserable, or otherwise living in a quietly desperate manner.

Many people today are still, if not more, afraid of an invisible and non-existent contagion, particularly those with so-called pre-existing medical conditions. Other fears include losing money or running out of savings. They check the numbers every day, afraid of what will happen if their bank balance falls below $50,000, or even $500,000. They, too, have been terrified by forces beyond their control, relying solely on a system based on fiction and artifice.

The seeds were sown anew through persistent and aggressive propaganda and deceptive mind control messaging, and they are impossible to uproot or dispel without awareness and conscious effort. People who are afraid of imaginary bugs avoid social situations, making new friends, and making any connections at all. Those who have worked hard for many years to accumulate their wealth will scrimp and save, purchasing lower-quality items and increasingly compromising in other aspects of their lives. Others are exactly the opposite, of course. They’re more alive than ever. They’ve started their own businesses, pursued interests they were previously afraid to try or strive for, and are failing incrementally forward. They’ve taken it upon themselves to cut through the fog of hysteria and confusion, apathy and ennui, to educate, energize, and uplift themselves about the truth, as well as where and how they’ve been harming or poisoning themselves.

“Above all, don’t lie to yourself. The man who lies to himself and listens to his own lie comes to a point that he cannot distinguish the truth within him, or around him, and so loses all respect for himself and for others. And having no respect he ceases to love.”

― Fyodor Dostoevsky, The Brothers Karamazov

When you learn the truth the about something, the old, unfit, unnatural idea or narrative no longer has any influence on your life.

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