|￼Art by Chie Yoshii|
We hear so much about artificial intelligence and various people warning against it because it might take over. So much progress is being made with AI today as well. We are finally to a point in evolution that we can understand some of the technology in order to completely understand how to get ourselves out of the pickle we are currently in. Can you imagine Jesus trying to explain some of this stuff before technology was common?
I won't stop saying this.
We are in a virtual reality.
You think it is real but it isn't.
The virtual reality IS artificial intelligence. This game is The Sims on crack. Like with the Sims, some avatars have an actual live player operating it and other times you can opt to have a computer generated interaction.
AI already did take over, but not in the way you might imagine.
|Art by Chie Yoshii|
We are very nearly to a point of creating a similar virtual reality playground within this reality...which would essentially be a dream within a dream.
But, there are still parameters and rules the machine has to follow. So, should someone complete the game or enough of us realize what I have come to understand and we choose our real lives, the veil drops and all go home.
If some of the characters are computer generated, they are essentially AI. But how do you know whether or not you are AI? I think the only way you would know is if you dream about life outside of this place. An avatar doesn't necessarily die when the core leaves. I think it can live on. Which is why I am obessessed with making sure this body is destroyed before the me at the core leaves because I would seemingly just go on and have no knowledge of the departure of the core and I would be left in suffering. "I" being ego....the character and identity of the avatar. The body must be destroyed.
I think the destruction of earth isn't what most people think it is. The people doing it think it is for control, but the people on the other side pulling those strings are likely doing it to help speed up us waking up for real out of the game. The sense of hopelessness actually creates people who let go of attachments and look to discover what they believe comes after. It actually triggers a spiritual journey.
|Art by Christian Schloe|
Part of the problem with AI is that it still has its programming it follows and it was told to create reality from what people think. So it complies without consideration for what is happening. Just cry "uncle!" when it gets too much obviously wasn't part of the program. So, when people started to believe that we need suffering and struggles to grow, suffering and struggles are what the machine gave us. It gave us more and more suffering so that it was impossible to complete the game; so much suffering that people started to kill themselves more and more in various ways... addictions, risky behaviors, and actually pulling the trigger.
We don't actually need to suffer or struggle to learn. We can learn from it for sure, but we don't actually need it. It isn't the only way to get there. Learning from suffering and struggles is making fertilizer out of shit...but it isn't the only way we can fertilize our gardens...it is just, people now believe it is.
If you were to take two babies or two plants and you gave one suffering and struggles and the other nothing but love and all of their needs were met, which do you suppose would fare better?
Studies have shown over and over again that the baby who experiences love and has all of their needs met fares far better mentally, emotionally, and developmentally. The plant who doesn't have to struggle and isn't mistreated, flourishes and is fuller, healthier and bears more fruit.
So why, then, do you still believe you need to suffer and struggle to grow and learn?
Change your thoughts and beliefs, put it into active practice, and you will help change this collective reality entirely.
***A special shout out to my very dear friend, Cynthia, for sharing the video that inspired the dialogue we had privately that basically became this blog post.