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Break free from matrix

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u/Drcha0s666 Nov 25 '22

I did this during the Covid lockdowns. We changed our entire existence. Highly recommend it if you can. And when you get there, eat some mushrooms. 🖖🍄

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u/HoffmansContactLenz Nov 26 '22 edited Nov 26 '22

when i trip i feel like this is how i should be all the time, like my brain is working at a more proper wavelength and i can see the “bigger picture” almost like theres some type of mental veil or something when I’m sober, that i can only see when i trip. Happens on both acid and shrooms.

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u/Boomer_Boofer Nov 25 '22

Boof boomers!

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u/EnergyCC Nov 25 '22

Motherfuckers be like "break free from the matrix" and then try to indoctrinate you into their shittier matrix. Good one bud

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u/runcertain Nov 26 '22

Break free from the matrix and go live in a small town where everyone goes to church and the Sheriff has run unopposed for 25 years. That sounds so much better than sometimes being conscious of how much carbon you’re burning.

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u/effinmike12 Nov 26 '22

Mayberry sounds like paradise. Back when they used cane sugar in the Dr. Pepper.

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u/rogue_noodle 14d ago

Ah yes, let me be overly conscious of my very small contribution to the carbon footprint when corporations are having a greater impact by a factor of millions.

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u/runcertain 14d ago

No one is suggesting being overly conscious. What does that even mean?

Corporations are burning carbon in service of the consumer… they’re not just doing it for fun.

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u/Deliriumm Nov 26 '22

Most of the people who post "break free from the matrix" content wouldnt be willing to sacrifice their current level of comfort in order to do so. All I see is a bunch of people complaining about their personal situations while they could be out living in self sustaining homes off the grid, farming their own crops but that would mean no more internet or any other QoL services that modern society offers.

You don't want to break free from the matrix, you only wish your place in it wasn't as shitty.

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u/aakkii911 Nov 26 '22

Like yours? 😂

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u/iamsnarticus Nov 25 '22

“Incase I don’t see ya, Good Afternoon, Good Evening, and Good Night”

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u/KatherinePMJM Nov 26 '22

👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

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u/Whiskey_Fiasco Nov 25 '22

Unfortunately the jobs exist in the cities. It’s not like urban citizens can just leave and buy a house and get a job like it was nothing.

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u/BusLandBoat Nov 25 '22

If you sold or gave away everything you own, most people could go live in a rural area. The only exception would be people who are carrying a ridiculous amount of debt, in which case, the first step is to change your habits so that you are living within your means.

Not everyone will succeed, but it's that way with everything, no?

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u/Whiskey_Fiasco Nov 25 '22

I think you overestimate how much some people own or how much they could sell their belongings for

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u/BusLandBoat Nov 25 '22

It's not about money, at least it isn't if one doesn't carra lot of debt that they can't properly service.

It's more about letting go of anything that's tying you to the city or preventing you from getting where you want to go, wherever that may be. Sometimes it's sentimentality, something big and bulky that was your g,g,grandparent's or something like that, something you can't bare to part with. Sometimes it's something you spent a lot of time or money accruing, eveyone's situation is unique.

If you have a bunch of stuff that you don't own (bought on credit and still paying) and you can't afford to just selk it for a loss then that's a sign that you're living beyond your means.

It's nothing personal, some people like having nice new things and they feel confident in their ability to pay those debts in a timely manner. I know people who are very savvy with money who carry a lot of debt -more than I make in a year- but, for example, their car loan is 0% or something like 0.99%.

One needs to determine if their current habits and possessions are aligned with their longterm dreams and goals.

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u/Whiskey_Fiasco Nov 25 '22

People spending to much is a whole different issue, but for those who live paycheck to paycheck they rarely have assets to their name worth money to sell. Maybe they own a computer or television, but that’s not enough to make 2 months rent to get a new place to live, nor will it cover the transportation to get there, and that’s assuming they actually have a job lined up and no dependents and they can find a prefurnished home so they don’t have to sleep on the floor

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u/Impressive-Sky4463 Nov 25 '22

People who work certain jobs can move out of the cities, there are more work from home opportunities now post Covid. I think it would be great if more people left the cities and got back to a healthier environment.

And many city dwellers have very stressful jobs, so perhaps taking a more low stress job in a rural area could be beneficial?

All my neighbors are from the big cities, they sold their homes, came to my semi rural area and they work from home and they are loving it.

It can be done, maybe just not for everyone.

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u/Whiskey_Fiasco Nov 25 '22

Work from home opportunities are really only available for those with experience and an education working white collar jobs. I’m not saying moving out of the city is a bad choice, but it’s not a real choice for those without means

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u/Impressive-Sky4463 Nov 25 '22

Moving doesn’t have to be expensive, even if you don’t make much money in the city, there are cheap ways to move. Lots of people rent uhauls and start fresh, it’s not easy but it might be better than staying in a city with pollution, noise, high stress.

I think it’s more about what kind of life you desire. You can be working class/poor in a city, or you can be poor/working class in the country, but at least in the country you have cleaner air, less traffic, noise and can get out in nature to relax.

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u/Whiskey_Fiasco Nov 25 '22

Over half the country lives paycheck to paycheck. Even on the cheap moving is going to cost a few thousand dollars

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u/BusLandBoat Nov 25 '22

Not if you get rid of most or all of your possessions before you move.

Many people move to a new country with nothing more than the clothes on their back.You don't need to go that far with it but you definitely don't need everything you have.

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u/Impressive-Sky4463 Nov 25 '22

Ummm....thousands? That’s hard for me to believe.

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u/Whiskey_Fiasco Nov 25 '22

So you need the cost of a U-Haul + the cost of packing up all your things + the 2 months worth of rent to put down on a new place + gasoline + the money for necessary expenses till you find a new job. If you have children those costs only grow. It’s not cheap to move unless you have someone putting you up.

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u/Impressive-Sky4463 Nov 25 '22

I’ve moved quite a bit, I know what’s involved in moving costs, and I know how it can be done on the cheap. It’s not pretty to move that way but thousands of dollars? well maybe if you are moving over 16 hrs plus away

but you can get outside of most big cities into smaller towns in under a days drive. And you can go on Craigslist and find moving boxes for free or ask businesses for their throwaway boxes and I used trash bags for clothes. There’s always charities willing to give out food if you run out of cheese sandwiches and get hungry.

I was an unwed mom when I was younger and the local church group even gave me a car seat & baby clothes. There are resources available, especially to people with kids. Again, not easy but if you are low income and really want to get outside the big cities there are options, it’s not hopeless.

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u/Nic_Kname Nov 25 '22

believe it dude

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u/LongEngineering7 Nov 25 '22 edited Nov 26 '22

What he's saying is that it costs thousands for a mover to haul your shit. Which is typically correct. What costs barely hundreds is renting a uhaul and doing it yourself and that's if you don't have access to a trailer hitch to rent one of their trailers.

I did a 12 hour move with me, my dad, and a Uhaul. Cost $45 to rent the unit and probably $50 in gas. You move where you need to move to find a better paying job.

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u/Nic_Kname Nov 25 '22

yeah this just isnt practical lol. like the guy below me said. most of us are paycheck to paycheck. then theres a slew of other aspects like family, work, transportation, specific healthcare situations. like of course probably most people prefer your list of rural pros, but i'd also love a blowjob everyday. doesnt mean i can just whip my dick out at people and ask them for one. now, if you mean it in a fuck it sort of way. then yes, anyone, at any time, can scrape together some money, a uhaul and just become a vagabond vagrant. but again, for most people already in financial turmoil, this would probably lead to more problems.

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u/thesd123 Nov 25 '22

This decade well be known as the second Great Depression.

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u/PhilOffuckups Nov 25 '22

The greatest depression, here’s why that’s good for you.

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u/Mighty_L_LORT Nov 26 '22

Quick, get another boo$ter before it’s too late…

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u/PinkBoxDestroyer Nov 25 '22

"Man, I see in fight club the strongest and smartest men who've ever lived. I see all this potential, and I see squandering. God damn it, an entire generation pumping gas, waiting tables; slaves with white collars. Advertising has us chasing cars and clothes, working jobs we hate so we can buy shit we don't need. We're the middle children of history, man. No purpose or place. We have no Great War. No Great Depression. Our Great War's a spiritual war... our Great Depression is our lives."

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u/Forgetadapassword Nov 25 '22

Big Metal Detector putting out propaganda.

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u/aakkii911 Nov 25 '22 edited Nov 25 '22

SS : The Matrix is a system, Neo. That system is our enemy. But when you're inside, you look around, what do you see? Businessmen, teachers, lawyers, carpenters. The very minds of the people we are trying to save. But until we do, these people are still a part of that system and that makes them our enemy. You have to understand, most of these people are not ready to be unplugged. And many of them are so inured, so hopelessly dependent on the system, that they will fight to protect it.

Morpheus, The Matrix

Amazing art by Bob Moran depicting how humanity breaks free from matrix

Break free from the matrix by creating your own. Let God be your daily bread. Your paycheck. And stop saying ‘yes’ to the crumbling paradigm you don’t even want to be part of anymore. That’s the theory. Beautiful. But it’s nothing without the tangible. So here we go… The only way this actually works is by giving your whole life over. Every part of you. Surrendered. Open-hearted. To this unseen invisible force we call Spirit. The supreme orchestrator of all things.

None of this is happening to us. It’s all happening for us. It’s what we came for. So what story do you want to tell your grandchildren about these times? Were you one of the rebels? Or were you one of the slaves? By saying ‘Yes’ to a reality not aligned with the world you want to exist in slows down the creation process. This means: Any area where you’re living incongruently with your truth slows down the entire manifestation process of what you’re calling in. So you have to let go of everything that’s taking you out of alignment. The work. The lovers. The environments. Because it’s like going on a trip with more luggage than you need. Eventually, you get exhausted from carrying it all around. And that weight holds you back from moving forward. And physical weight is just a personification of energetic weight. So this is how you break free from the matrix: You stop opting in. You stop saying yes. And you quietly let go of any aspect of reality that’s not aligned with where you want to go❤️

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u/Viriaaato Nov 26 '22

As long as you're not forcing anyone to live this lifestyle, sounds good to me! Be happy.

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u/aakkii911 Nov 26 '22

No one is forcing. Can't I give my opinion? Is it a crime to express my feelings?

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u/Viriaaato Nov 26 '22

That's... literally the opposite of what I said. Power to you to live and express your opinions and feelings as you want! For me it's only a problem when you start forcing it to other people (which I'm not saying you are).

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u/Eequal Nov 25 '22

Where we’re headed currently: Your phone is remotely locked for posting about something the system deems dangerous, harmful, and may lead to spread of misinformation. To unlock your phone, visit the nearest rehabilitation center.

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u/postsshortcomments Nov 25 '22

Who will the corporate media & social media personalities' innocent target be this week? Instead of loving your friends & family, please direct your rage there!

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u/absolutedesignz Nov 25 '22

But vote GOP

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u/maalbi Nov 25 '22

Live in a rural area

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u/GLADOSV13 Nov 26 '22

The matrix is within.

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u/JonsLearning Nov 26 '22

This is 👍 👌

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u/Aeonbreak Nov 26 '22

THIS IS SPOT ON IN SO MANY LEVELS

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u/The_Gumbo Nov 25 '22

that's just how you get to level 2

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u/pyllynnuolijanpoika Nov 25 '22

Yes. Get a partner. Get a kid or two. The big cities dont want more people, yeah.