Good people are saying: ‘I see no more point in this, when I wake up I feel like the only sensible thing to do is putting an end to this life and it’s the last thing on my mind when I go to sleep’.
This is not financially related but seems to be a state of mind in people traveling the spirituality/awakening trail.
The downtrodden in austerity-ridden countries are killing themselves in numbers, well, I only have to read the Southern European and the U.S. Papers to understand that economy is reason to commit suicide. Just goes to show what power finances have over people, and if it dries out like a Californian riverbed, the choice is to end life.
There would be better ways to deal with poverty, but somewhere I get it — don’t follow the logics, since finances has too much authority in the Matrix anyhow, in a society that measures personal success in life by the things you are able to iPurchase, or just plain being able to feed your family.
Reading such stories, breaks my heart and on an ‘awakening’ note, it seems like the Matrix really doesn’t mind, hence: There would be no manufactured crises and people wouldn’t be left to live on the streets. Folks are killing themselves on a lie of a dream.
Most people who are hit by this other vibe have gone through years of spiritual awakening, and are well aware of the matrix and its construct. Yet, still, their eyes and souls stray to the heavens in a deep longing for home.
So it is not an ‘ego-kill-off’, it comes from a deeper place:
The souls gone tired and it makes the hearts implode, retract into some vibe where there seem only to be sadness and hurt. Not self-indulging and not seeing himself or herself as a victim of anything: ‘Just’ a very deep feeling of purposelessness, a feel of:
‘What can I do?’
‘This world isn’t going to change’
‘I’ll leave this world to itself’
‘I’m so lonesome’
‘No friends on my trail’
‘I long for my real home among the stars’
‘I can’t find ‘holy’ anymore’
Are some of the words I hear.
Obliviously I had some doubts whether to write about this, but the wave is too massive and too synchronistic to let it slip away.
So lets look at this state of mind – state of Zero.
First thing that strikes me is that a suicide, if it is not a reaction to the matrix, normally takes the route of a depression. A genuine psychological depression that is. But the heart people here don’t have that Matrix defined anatomy of a depression which would indicate as symptoms: No appetite, no sex drive, mostly sleeping, no action — life is halted and the famous light that goes through the cracks and over shines the mind seems to be on a long term vacation — incognito — not to be found.
A Matrix depression takes statistically 2.5 years to go through. So anyway, folks that fall under that category is really not clinically depressed — they are just feeling low, and the Pill popping fix it al Big Pharma fake daylight, makes it down their throats. Treating a bit of moodiness with mind-altering Matrix chemistry just creates a new dependency on the Matrix and it’s wonderfully well-trained psychiatrist, home doctors and what have we. Shame on them = follow the money.
Normally a ‘life-suffering’ being that doesn’t believe in either spirituality or awakening — is right!
There is something profoundly wrong in this life, in this persons life, and that is a paradox, since that would be the turning point in this person life in witch he or she could go: ‘I am’ — instead of ‘I exist’. And the matrix cleverly dulls those moments of longing/insight down at warp speed.
People don’t awake when they are feeling good — no, they awake when feeling low, since their measurement of the programming in which they live is correct: It is hollow, evil, cold as steel and the matrix wants you to trade cold comfort for change.
What a deception.
For the spiritually engaged it has a different cause or causes.
Often we have been where I just described, dodged the pharmaceutical bullets and came out okay by the rapture and promises in a new found spirituality, which has its consciousness locked into the exposure of the patterns that imprisons us. That is very liberating and we: ‘Understand’ the mechanics we got tangled up in and sets out to dissolve them.
So far so good.