Almost the entire society is designed to elicit fear in an individual. It’s time we finally write down and list out what we are here to do in this life, and then walk the walk. For me, it starts with overcoming all fear. – Matt

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chris romo
chris romo
22 days ago

thank you.! good vibes

Suzy B
Suzy B
22 days ago

Nina Simone was also an awesome singer! Great message Matt! I’m starting my list tonight!

Aye Jay
Aye Jay
22 days ago

Hey Matt, it’s Guys!

Vernon Padilla
Vernon Padilla
22 days ago

I saw her perform in concert
in 2001, around August.

Brendan Woodford
Brendan Woodford
22 days ago

I recently had cause to attempt to put my thoughts about the fluid reality into words, I thought I might repost it here as someone else might find something of value in it. Take it with a grain of salt though as it is only and attempt to distill a longstanding line of thinking:

In philosophy there is the concept of transcendental categories. They are the metaphysical underpinnings of reality that have no physical existence such as numbers, logic, love etc. Taken together they form a structure to experience which is necessary for existence at any limited level of perception. Although an individual is unique in the detail of their subjective perspective, they are nestled within a preformed landscape of experience that is common to others of their form.

The shared landscape of experience is not only defined by those elements that are attributed to the creator though. Human consciousness gives rise to changes to the landscape of experience also so that the concept of a car, for example, doesn’t apply to any one particular car but is a feature of the shared landscape able to be accessed by all. This quality to the experiential landscape speaks to the co-creative potential of man and how human action changes the metaphysical underpinning of existence at a subordinate level. The divine mind holds the foundational structure of the experiential landscape together so that conscious existence for beings of one form is consonant with the experience shared by beings of other forms. From the perspective of the whole the structure of experience is continuous and different forms occupy different regions of the same metaphysical structure.

The shared landscape of experience applies to all consciousness so that animal species are nestled in a shared landscape, as are types of plants, as are microbes, and on down through the chain of being. From this perspective, what are termed the ‘Physical Laws of Nature’ are better conceptualized as the shared structures of experience specific to forms. Higher forms are not exhibiting emergent properties reduceable to a set of foundational laws, rather they are responding to a separate landscape of experience.

At the human level we can see some variation in the shared structure such that different branches of humanity exist in a different section of the common experiential landscape. This manifests in inventions specific to different groups both in terms of objects and ideas. The observation that different cultures occupy different sections of the common experiential landscape is not a statement of relative value, only a recognition that there are different paths through existence. As we can observe horizontal variation in the human landscape of experience, perhaps it is reasonable to suppose there is a vertical variation also.

The interaction of conscious forms is, in some circles, commonly described as vibration and frequency. A single consciousness can be conceptualized as a mandala, the shared landscape specific to a form can also be visualized this way, as can the entire experiential landscape that underpins a realm, and the entire structure that underlies all realms. Just as the chakra define different states of experience for an individual, I suspect there are different realms occupied by beings of greater harmonic potential above us, and perhaps a lower one below us.

The concept that our realm is nestled between realms, and not entirely separate from them, has a great deal of utility in explaining the nature of our experience. It might be that there is a physical historical explanation for the anomalous art and architecture that is to be found everywhere in our realm, although such physical explanation could never be known given the nature of knowledge across time. Perhaps though there are certain locations where the proximity to the higher realm, or the specific reverence applied to a location by a population group, causes buildings and art become finer and more harmonious. If this occurs at a slow enough rate it might be imperceptible to all but those in the know. Perhaps it is preferable to view such anomalous buildings as emergent, rather than created at a fixed point. If the influence of entropy has a counterforce that has been hidden from us and creation manifests in opposition to decay, then the buildings that appear to be turning back into mountains can equally be viewed as emerging and only partially realized on our plane.

The mandala, rather than the Mandela effect, is a useful way to view the changes in the shared landscape of experience that underpin the fluid reality. A configuration that exists in the physical such as a photo or a symbol is a structure in the experiential landscape also, and every time it is replicated it shares the same proximity as a reproduced experience. Because a mandala is symmetrical, any change that is made, must be made to the whole. The various examples of individual changes that fall under the banner of the Mandela Effect can be viewed as the local instances of a changing whole. If a change across the whole does not immediately erase the previous configuration but rather phases it out, then we can perhaps understand the way a new common reality propagates out across the perception of individual conscious beings so that the new experience and the old both remain accessible to individual experience.  

Have a great day.

Diane Considder
Diane Considder
22 days ago

People are so afraid of dying that they’ve forgotten how to live.

Dain Cook
Dain Cook
21 days ago

Consider Dyin (Diane). Interesting name attached to that specific comment.

Vernon Padilla
Vernon Padilla
22 days ago

[1.] Bee Gees:
Formed in 1958

Web Links below:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bee_Gees

[2.] Barry Gibb:
Born 9.01.1946

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barry_Gibb

[3.] Maurice Gibb:
Born 12.22.1949
Died 1.12.2003

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maurice_Gibb

[4.] Robin Gibb:
Born 12.22.1949
Died 5.20.2012

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robin_Gibb

[5.] Andy Gibb:
Born 3.05.1958
Died 3.10.1988

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andy_Gibb

[6.] Hugh Gibb
{Father}
Born 1.15.1916
Died 3.06.1992

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hugh_Gibb

Bee Gees Songs:

[7.] How Can You
Mend A Broken
Heart {1971}

https://youtu.be/bpZuAtwDfag

[8.] Al Green:
How Can You
Mend A Broken
Heart {1971}

https://youtu.be/UgAFcvIw8J4

[9.] I Started
a Joke {1968}

https://youtu.be/jrg1UAixGaM

[10.] Alone {1996}

https://youtu.be/DFMQTKnTMAA

[11.] Tragedy {1979}

https://youtu.be/WJcozEOWgxI

[12.] Stayin’
Alive {1977}

https://youtu.be/fNFzfwLM72c

[13.] Words {1977}

https://youtu.be/-hGyrNChk5c

Vernon Padilla
Vernon Padilla
22 days ago

My comment is awaiting approval.

Kaden Fraser
Kaden Fraser
22 days ago
Reply to  Vernon Padilla

hmmm Mine as well

Tonya Hunsaker
Tonya Hunsaker
22 days ago

Thanks Matt!

Alan Bull
Alan Bull
22 days ago

Franklin D Roosevelt said “The only thing we have to fear, is fear itself”.
A truth drop?

Chris Pavlis
Chris Pavlis
22 days ago
Reply to  Alan Bull

The only thing to fear is fear itself, for through fear we make our worst mistakes. What we fear is usually an illusion, a foggy memory – and so too is fear itself when you understand.

Alan Bull
Alan Bull
21 days ago
Reply to  Chris Pavlis

Agree, but worst of all fear can immobilize you into not moving forward!
That way guaranteeing you make no mistakes, which in itself is one of the biggest mistakes you can make.

jacob rose
jacob rose
22 days ago

‘know’ fear as well

W Dforty
W Dforty
22 days ago

The Lazy Man’s Guide To Enlightenment, 1971 short read… All here should look it up. Ultimate truth drop

Heidi
Heidi
22 days ago
Reply to  W Dforty

I had forgotten about that one. It IS good.

W Dforty
W Dforty
21 days ago
Reply to  Heidi

It’s a winner!!!!

Alaire Shorey
Alaire Shorey
22 days ago

so good Matt! its a new dawn…its a new day…its a new life for us

Tina Marie
Tina Marie
22 days ago

Thanks Matt!

I wanted to share this video that talks about creating a “personal compass.” I love this guy’s videos BTW. I found it helpful.

https://youtu.be/5Ze9ksW5pLg

Ash Sharpe
Ash Sharpe
22 days ago

you know what seem designed just to be annoying ? my samsung smart phone takes as long to turn on as my PC, and it requires you to enter the password to turn it OFF.

Liz Hoban
Liz Hoban
22 days ago

“I ain’t afraid of no ghosts” — Ray Parker Jr.

don leino
don leino
22 days ago

exert your strength in this lifetime , to attain further lifetimes of lesser gain

Shannon Jones
Shannon Jones
22 days ago

Excellent presentation Matt! Thank you for always taking the time to share your insights and thoughts with us!

Instinctive Archer
Instinctive Archer
22 days ago

You can overcome this kind of fear by having faith that God will always provide all that you really need and not send you any tribulations you’re not ready for. Without faith in God then any random thing can happen to you and you can’t really claim to have any natural rights.

Pam Durocher
Pam Durocher
22 days ago

Thanks matt.

Lindsey Bailey
Lindsey Bailey
22 days ago

Hello beautiful people! Hi Matt! Very thankful for this platform. I haven’t been able to comment in our community on YouTube. I can watch the videos, but all comments are disabled. The restricted mode is greyed out and I have tried multiple avenue’s to fix this. I have missed reading through the comments and engaging in conversation. Such great beings of light in this community. I LOVE this community and I NEED this outlet! The sane part of my life! I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend.💚🙏

Peter Leyshan
Peter Leyshan
22 days ago

This all reminds me of a quote I wrote down from the back cover of the latest (movie tie-in) edition of Frank Herbert’s DUNE printed in Australia, as follows:

“And in this game of power, only those who can conquer their fear will survive.” — HODDER, ( FRANK HERBERT Ɔ U ꓵ C )

Plus there’s always the more famous quote about fear from Dune as well:

“I must not fear.
Fear is the mind-killer.
Fear is the little death that brings total obliteration.
I will face my fear.
I will permit it to pass over me and through me.
And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path.
Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain.”
— Bene Gesserit Litany Against Fear, (DUNE)

The following quote also explains how the Minions, NPCs or Twangers seem to be controlled by Fear & Guilt:

“Fear brings spiritual death. To show this dynamic in another way, let’s describe a common thought for alters of Monarch slaves. This thought is ‘If I stay with the programming I’m safe.’ This is the same thought that society in general is taught via fear of self-preservation. ‘If I stay with the crowd, if I stay with the system, then I will be safe.’ This is why peer pressure, which seems safe, can lead many young people into death.” ― Cisco Wheeler and Fritz Springmeier, (The Illuminati Formula Used to Create an Undetectable Total Mind Controlled Slave)

Justhere Forthefood
Justhere Forthefood
22 days ago
Reply to  Peter Leyshan

Safe & Healthy!

Patricia pellegrin
Patricia pellegrin
22 days ago

0Hhhh
SATURNDAY 💫 BRAIN SEX 🙌

Dean Aldridge
Dean Aldridge
22 days ago

Thank you Matt and Rob.

Marcel LeMay
Marcel LeMay
22 days ago

Hey Matt. I did a lot of work on myself over the past 21 years- that’s how long I’ve been sober. In doing that work I discovered that fear was the number one reason why I drank and drugged to just numb it all away. That time in my life when I was perpetually drunk actually taught me a few a things about myself after I came out of that 3yr stupor. When I was hammered, I had no fear whatsoever! How could I achieve that state of mind sober, became the greatest work of my life. I came to realize that I needed a power in my life greater than me…that power is the creator of all things. I also had to turn my self over to that power to do with me as it saw fit. That took a lot of ego squashing to achieve. I no longer fear death. I also don’t fear much of anything these days. But, I also don’t put myself in situations that tend to harbor that feeling of helplessness. Things like living beyond my means, watching the news, listening to news, putting myself in debt, …the list goes on and on, and it might be different in everybody’s case but I suspect that many people can relate. I came so close to death in many situations in my life and at those times I really wasn’t fearful. I came to the conclusion that the fear of death is far worse than death itself. I also know with the deepest of conviction, that I’m just passing through this hell hole. The stuff that’s going on right now is laughable. I still do watch TV with my wife occasionally, but’ its so obvious the agendas at play that I can’t help but smirk inside. My wife has also been very receptive to the fear agendas, and other agendas, and she too really has been fearless . . She calls me her rock. She’s way more emotional about things than I am. I’ve always been sort of an observer of life and behavior, long before I got sober but I had a hard time detaching myself from things going on in my life… that is no longer the case. I walk through life with a certain “I don’t give a shit” mind set, what’s the worse that’ll happen, they’ll kill me, Big fuckin deal, This place sucks anyway! That’s truly empowering!

Hugh Jasz
Hugh Jasz
21 days ago
Reply to  Marcel LeMay

AA is just another cult, do yer steps and move on!

William Jeffreys
William Jeffreys
22 days ago

“Danger is real. Fear is optional”. Not sure who said it, but the more I consider it, the more true I believe it to be.

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Justhere Forthefood
Justhere Forthefood
22 days ago

Love it!

Elaine K
Elaine K
22 days ago

i heard that in the gospel of mary magdelene, that she told peter that Jesus told her about forces we will encounter after death that are against us, and we have to deal with them with NO FEAR… i’ve got PTSD, and the fear/trauma is stored in my BODY and i can only hope that since it’s part of my body, it will be gone when i die…

Chris Pavlis
Chris Pavlis
22 days ago
Reply to  Elaine K

PTSD means you haven’t shed your cocoon yet, but it’s hard to talk butterflies language to caterpillar people.

When the time is right you will emerge the stronger for it and through understanding how strong the mind is (enough to send you into panic attacks etc) you should see that it can be (has been) trained, and once you figure out how to train it, and get it trained it will manifest (an entirely different) reality.

Last edited 22 days ago by Chris Pavlis
Vincent
Vincent
22 days ago

“Quite an experience to live in fear, isn’t it? That’s what it is to be a slave.” — Roy Batty in Blade Runner

Elaine K
Elaine K
22 days ago

the casandra complex… the burden of knowing the future but nobody believes you…
oh and when Jesus was talking about ‘works’ he was speaking to Israel, the ‘do this get that’ gospel… we are not Israel, we are ‘the nations’ and the apostle paul is who is preaching to us, ‘we are saved by grace thru faith, not of works, not of ourselves, it is the free gift of God…. lest any man should boast…’
‘those who fear have not been perfected by love’
Mainstream Christians fear death coz they believe in the false idea of hell, and every single one of them has a fear that they will die in at least ONE sin

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Chris Pavlis
Chris Pavlis
22 days ago
Reply to  Elaine K

amen, the only difference between heaven and hell is perceptual – we are always in both, and the brain chooses which it sees… cling to hate and feel the burn, or let love into your heart and soar with “wings”.

Maria Bekropoulos
Maria Bekropoulos
22 days ago

I’ve always been afraid to marry a man like my dad & I married a man who’s 1000x more toxic. They thought they could take my freedom & abandon me with nothing in order to beg. After 7yrs no contact and a deep mental renovation, I recently reached out to build some relationships. I’m confident that I will be among givers like myself moving forward. I locked myself up a while but this concept that freedom is a feeling instantly changed my whole game on every level regarding prosperous partnerships. I will be putting this new power to the test starting yesterday. Thank you Matt for seeing the simplicities of life in general

Timothy Laudeman
Timothy Laudeman
22 days ago

That’s truly beautiful. I wish you all the best.

Bill Billards
Bill Billards
22 days ago

When you talkin about the bitchute doomers it reminded me of private Hudson from the movie Aliens

Private Hudson : That’s it, man. Game over, man. Game over! What the fuck are we gonna do now? What are we gonna do?

Patricia pellegrin
Patricia pellegrin
22 days ago

33 comments 🔻

Bill Billards
Bill Billards
22 days ago

Private Hudson : That’s it, man. Game over, man. Game over! What the fuck are we gonna do now? What are we gonna do?

Justhere Forthefood
Justhere Forthefood
22 days ago

The grocery store now has a new message coming over the speaker: “Those who have not been vaccinated must wear a mask.” I guess I am a criminal for not wearing it. I started yelling when I heard it-I said something like “Now the unvaxed are second class citizens, welcome to the Brave New World Order!” A woman walked past me and I could see the dirty look even through the mask. Not tooting my own horn, but I try every day to fight the culture of fear and speak the truth. There is no hope without people like us who can do that.

Jeff Hall
Jeff Hall
22 days ago

Hey Matt, Thank’s for all your work & giving your followers some sence of sanity in an INSANE world! I really appreciate ya!👍

Christy Ceraso
Christy Ceraso
22 days ago

THANK YOU MATT! I LOVE THIS TOPIC!

When I was a little kid, I had a cat. One summer I took a trip with an aunt, and when I came back my parents picked me up and then told me in the car on the way home that my cat had died. I remember that I pretended to be sad and to cry because, by the way that they delivered the message, I knew I was supposed to feel really sad about the news. For awhile I wondered if there was something wrong with me because I didn’t actually feel sad about it.

Later in a freshman hs history class I heard that some people believed in reincarnation. I had the immediate intuition that it was true.

Not too long later I was very depressed (long story) and was seriously contemplating suicide. I “heard” a voice inside that told me that it would not end my suffering. I was still going to have to sort myself out. And I KNEW it was true. So, even though I was depressed off and on for many years, and often fantasized about death, I knew I would not kill myself because it wouldn’t solve my problem.

It was these kinds of immediate intuitions that have guided my life. The knowledge I have gained by reading or listening to others (and believe me I have been a “seeker” of spiritual truth) have not had any lasting solidity in terms of their influences on my FEELING and KNOWING.

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Suzanne Shelton
Suzanne Shelton
22 days ago

Luv u so much !!!!

Kaden Fraser
Kaden Fraser
22 days ago

After living most of my life in fear ,shame ,guilt … i began to learn my way out from this state . it has been a long interesting journey . My list of thoughts and words in my daily internal dialogue is now longer it goes something like . My thoughts become things and therefore i consciously decided to think and say out loud “i do not accept thoughts of fear , shame, guilt , despair, envy , lust ,greed ,anger, loss, revenge, doubt, confusion ,judgement, anxiety, worry ,hate, It was surprising at the beginning how much of my thoughts were comprised of a lot of these . In the beginning my ego struggled to let go of it all as it is what i thought i was . once the inner self began to waken and abandon these thoughts my life began to change almost instantly and has progressed since then . My days now are full of miracles and love and peace . My now trained and exercised mind starts the day with thoughts of i am love i am grateful ,thankful , i am insightful , i am wise , i am innocent , i am blessed, i am generous , i am aware ,i am loving …etc
you get what i mean , Thoughts become things .so chose for yourself the good ones . turn off the TV and the negative words and tones imprinting your unguarded brain . Turn off your negative speech , negative music and friends . it is indeed up to you to stand at the gate of your thoughts and only let the positive thoughts come in . This will change your unconscious mind and feelings into a very good state of your choosing . Instead of lazily being led down the road by others . Chose your thoughts , sort out your ego and leave the rest , just let it go .
No fear is a great start , wishing well to all who have listened to Matt all these years .
Peace

Heidi
Heidi
22 days ago

Thanks Matt. This really resonates. I’ve had an increased sense of urgency to get my spiritual life in order. 20 years ago I used to think I had all kinds of time, and if not this life then the next, well not anymore!!!! Gotta get it right this time around.

HARLEQUIN .
HARLEQUIN .
22 days ago

The Four Agreements

HARLEQUIN .
HARLEQUIN .
22 days ago
Reply to  HARLEQUIN .

my ling wont work it seems
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ppx8pOoALV0

YOBLIVED
YOBLIVED
21 days ago
Reply to  HARLEQUIN .

I, too am a huge proponent of the four agreements. We must break all previous agreements.

Last edited 21 days ago by YOBLIVED
Devesh Mukerjee
Devesh Mukerjee
22 days ago

Hi , Matt glad to see how you are progressing and just a few steps short of the most important revelations of this realm. However, I hope you will ultimately grasp the role of time in human journey and importance to eliminate time in terms of human mutation into truth. Keep going!

Chris Pavlis
Chris Pavlis
22 days ago

LMAO … So I watched the XFactor winner video and could only laugh at how many people were unaware of any of it… so I wrote a comment “if this is the first time you’ve heard *any of this you’ve been asleep for far too long”

and wouldn’t you know it some sleeper wrote “With the amount this guy revealed it’s amazing you can call people stupid for not knowing it”

I’m like “revealed??? – yes you are *exactly who I’m talking about”

Chris Minor
Chris Minor
22 days ago

Much love Brother 🙏🏻

Larry Beck
Larry Beck
22 days ago

Matt is such a genuine soul.

Chris Pavlis
Chris Pavlis
22 days ago

The highest level messages aren’t put their by the authors, they are put there by the muse – God/Allah/Brahman/Tao/Ra/ect/ect/ect (feel free to add whatever name you use for our highest self)

That’s why scripture survives wars and societal collapses, because the highest level messages within are *divine and protected, while the lowest messages (and/or misunderstandings) are easily denied/believed by the veiled.

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Chris Pavlis
Chris Pavlis
22 days ago

“energy vampire” is just someone trying to get you past what they think you are stuck on, whithout knowing where you should be next (thus ineffectively “helping”)

They don’t “feed” so much as make you feel drained because they are pointing you in the wrong direction – and I highly doubt it’s ever intentional, they are just thinking their path will help you, when of course, you have a path of your own to tread.

I’ve seen (and been) many people blocked by someone they were trying to help because either the intention of helping was misunderstood or the help needed was misunderstood – and most likely, in many cases, both, because we often misunderstand each other, not realizing that while we are all the same, we also each have a different past thus making us unidentical. If you had my past you would be me, and if I had your past I would be you, *that is the basis for empathy.

Last edited 22 days ago by Chris Pavlis
Zeljka Medic
Zeljka Medic
22 days ago

My mom died 3 years ago. She was 84 years old. She got a stroke at 82. Every day she kept going down from 5 floors and climbing. She has been in bed for the last 3 months of her life. She never said she was in pain or took any pills (never) even though she had a very large tumor in her abdomen. She asked for nothing. Every day more and more light shone from her face and she looked like an angel. Looking at her, it was clear that she was “one-legged” somewhere else. She died calm and reconciled without fear. But she also lived 50 percent of her life without fear. She is my muse and I am hers.

Maria Maybe
Maria Maybe
21 days ago
Reply to  Zeljka Medic

that is beautiful .

Raymond Warren
Raymond Warren
21 days ago

Outstanding work Matt. Absolutely outstanding. This is by far your greatest Podcast. The term coup de grâce comes to mind.

Jim Jones
Jim Jones
21 days ago

love to hate the music you to play love your work brother!!

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