Buy-in to the Addictive System at Your own Risk
MORPHEUS: “The Matrix is everywhere; it is all around us, click here even in this space. You can see it out of the window of yours, or on your television. You feel it when you go to work, or check out church, or pay the fees of yours. It is the planet that has been pulled over the eyes of yours to blind you from the truth… Unfortunately no one can learn exactly what the Matrix is. You’ve to look at it for yourself.”
In the long run, it’s virtually impossible NOT to buy in to the addicting system (AKA the Matrix) at some point in our lives, or in a way or another. Almost all around us, it is able to hijack how we think, really feel as well as act.
I mastered a concept in the 1970’s that has stuck with me: context generates written content. In this particular instance, the addictive system of contemporary society certainly is the overarching context creating content to perpetuate as well as benefit itself via the fertile niche of the minds of ours, no matter potential bad outcomes.
External forces exert overwhelming influence. How we self-identify and express ourselves in the planet will come not only from the loved ones of ours but in addition from adapting to and accepting what we consistently see and hear. We might lack an authentic link to ourselves, getting accepted our identity out of outside dictates while the cultural language as well as behavior of influence limits real connection with others. (1)
Though the addictive phone system works invisibly, you can see it yourself. Hint: The core pillars that prop it up as well as hold it available are: dualistic black or perhaps white thinking, dishonesty, the impression of control, dependency and self-centeredness. (2) Powerlessness is the primary addiction of its.
From substance abuse to process addictions, i.e. expending too much time on technology, or shopping a lot, these often originate from a sense of powerlessness. Mood disorders, like being regularly over stressed, are usually signs of buy-in to the addictive system.
All those of us that live with anxiety (and PTSD) function in crisis mode when there’s no crisis. This has grown to be a lot of more widespread since events of 9/11 and the over-dependency on mobile phones.