The Column: The True Nature of Our Matrix – Bridging Science and Spirituality
May 19, 2023
By Caroline Chang, American Media Periscope
When people are not aware of their true essence, not aware of their true purpose here on earth, much chaos and conflicts can arise. However, there is order in chaos and apparent mayhem.
For centuries, many thought that everything was considered random occurrences. The truth is that they are not, however, the necessary mathematics and science were not available to understand their patterns, until the emergence of the Chaos Theory, also known as the Butterfly Effect.
Chaos Theory and Butterfly Effect
Quantum physics teaches us that every atom in the universe is interconnected and interdependent. Therefore, the tiniest change to one atom will affect the entire world and universe.
Everything in the world is in motion, all the time. Even things that look perfectly solid and still are made up of atoms that are vibrating with energy constantly. With our limited human senses, this does not appear to be the case. We live our day-to-day lives from our myopic human perceptions and perspectives.
We ignore what our five senses cannot see, hear, touch, taste, or smell. As if what we call the physical world is all there is. Internally we know this is not so, we know that there is much more than meets the eye, yet many choose to ignore it anyway.
The chaos theory is the study of apparently random behavior in systems governed by deterministic laws. A more accurate term, deterministic chaos, suggests a paradox because it connects two notions that are familiar and commonly regarded as incompatible.
The first is that randomness was considered more apparent than real. In other words, it was commonly believed that the world is unpredictable because it is complicated. The second notion is that the motion, as that of a pendulum or a planet has shown in science rendering it predictable even though complex.
Perception is Everything
Perception is everything to us, nevertheless, everyone has a different and unique perception of life. As egotistical humans, we feel the need to force our perceptions onto others. Imposing our beliefs onto others is taking away their freedom to be true to themselves. Why is it so difficult for many people to just allow the other person to have their own viewpoint, even though it may be completely opposite to your viewpoint?
I have a name for this illness or dis-ease, it’s called, “I Have to Be Right-itis!” When you really think about this, you realize “NO” you do not have to be right. You are right from your point of view, and they are right from their point of view. That is called freedom of thought and freedom of personal beliefs. Why can’t people just agree to disagree, without losing love, respect, compassion, and understanding for each other?
Many times, if we just take a little time to try to see things from another person’s viewpoint we can understand their perspective, which does not mean we have to agree with it. We can at least understand it. Regardless, many will not even have the conversation, and just insist the other is wrong.
Because everything is energy, when you push against something you make it stronger by adding your energy to it. Like Carl Jung said, “Whatever you resist, persists” signaling that the more we resist anything, the more it is likely to come back into our lives again and again.
Important is How We Respond
The important thing is not the situation, per se, yet how you respond to the situation is of utmost significance. This is learning the “Art of Allowing”, it is what it is, why push against what is? Now how are you going to respond to what is? Are you going to respond with the low vibration of hate and fear, or with the high vibration of love, compassion, and understanding? The way we respond and the energy we respond with makes a world of difference to the outcome.
A huge aspect of being enlightened is not allowing anyone else to overshadow or override your perceptions; not allowing others to prevent you from following your inner guidance, purpose, and calling from within your heart. Each of us has a soul’s mission and we find that when we listen to that inner still voice. When we listen to our intuition from a higher source, God, All That IS.
Enlightenment is Knowing Who You Are
Enlightenment is knowing who you are and why you are here and living your life for your soul’s purpose. This will be uniquely different for everyone, no two are the same. Just like no two snowflakes or butterflies are the same. We are meant to be individualized and original; God broke the mold when he made each of us.
True happiness and contentment come from within, when you are being true to who you are, true to who you were born to be. We all know how horrible we feel inside when we are living a lie and being phony and insincere.
Living life authentically on your own terms is the greatest freedom one can ever feel. Waking up every morning and being true to yourself is incredible, especially in these times of great change. Following what’s in your heart, and not allowing the mental chatter, mental noise, or outer circumstances to prevent you from living your genuine self.
We have all been indoctrinated from birth to rely on our limited human mind, only focusing on confinement and boundaries that are not even there. So many, without even realizing it, will argue for their limitations. Coming up with justifications for why they can’t live their best life. We have been indoctrinated from birth to think we are powerless, to live in a victim mindset.
Taking Inspired Action
Living by others’ expectations of you is creating a prison for yourself. You have the keys to this self-imposed prison. Now is the time to tap into and discover your soul’s mission and live your passion. The only place to find this is within you. The outer world or another person can help guide you, however, they cannot tell you your purpose.
Once you tap into your soul’s purpose and start living it, you will find true freedom and peace of mind. You will start taking inspired actions and living with a sense of determination and resolve that is unshakable.
Once you let go of resistance, and stop pushing against what is, and respond to life’s circumstances from a higher perspective, outcomes and results will also improve. It’s not about controlling anyone and not allowing others to control you. True freedom is to live and let live in peace and harmony.
Caroline Chang has been the producer and podcast host of Awake 2 Oneness Radio for 8 years. She is also the founder of the KYLE Foundation (Keep Your Light Expanding), named after her son who is in spirit, and co-founder of Universal Oneness Alliance. Caroline has been on the frontline of the Truth and Freedom movement since March 2020, as well as a speaker, author, and mentor to many who are dealing with difficult life situations.
The Column: The True Nature of Our Matrix: Bridging Science and Spirituality” is a new weekly column that is written by Columnist Caroline Chang for AMP Journal. This new weekly column is Part 1 of the Part N series that will be thought-provoking, look at life through a different lens, and install light and faith in each of us. We hope you enjoy it.
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