The system doesn’t want you thinking outside the box; they want to keep you caged in so you don’t see the possibilities for not only yourself, but for all of humanity.
It wants you living a meager existence, a meaningless 9-5 life of endless routines and vapid consumerism designed to keep you in a zombie-like state, never realizing you can expect more out of yourself and your situation.
The fact the system has to put you into auto-pilot mode to accept it means you’re not meant to live that life.
You’re not really meant to buy the latest, trendy products brought over by cargo ships thousands of miles from China while the US dollar is being decimated.
The system tricks you into thinking fulfillment comes from consuming when it doesn’t at all; it comes from developing yourself from within.
That’s why it shuts off your thinking – and even your pineal gland – so you never truly discover what’s already there inside of you, waiting to be polished like a rare gem raw from the earth: what you can envision, what you can believe, who you truly are.
When you have the mind of a zombie, you truly are controlled.
As a zombie, you accept a fate that’s been given to you, causing you to rot away in a mundane life instead of creating a campaign for yourself.
But you’re supposed to have your own philosophy of life, your own pathway of doing things. That’s how you truly succeed.
You’re supposed to reach out to the stars for all the endless possibilities. That’s why stars exist, that’s why God put them there: for humanity to reach out to them.
Think about this: there’s at least 100 billion stars in the Milky Way alone, and the Milky Way is only one of an estimated 100 billion galaxies in the known universe.
Humanity might never be able to reach all of them – unless, of course, we somehow discover how to enter a higher level of dimensional existence – but the stars are there for us to learn that we need to transcend as a species to greater heights.
But the system wants to keep your mind down on this planet where everyone is competing with each other over the most vapid things imaginable.
There’s also constant wars over the limited resources on Earth, which is ridiculous when you consider that even in our own Asteroid Belt, there’s trillions upon trillions of dollars worth of raw materials to mine, more than what’s on this planet.
The elites want to be gods of this planet, but they might as well be Emperors of the North Pole because Earth is an arid wasteland in comparison to the real wealth that’s out there in the universe – both figuratively and literally.
And the figurative wealth is actually in your mind: knowing how to think outside the box – and knowing not to accept the fate given to you.
You want to be more of a Howard Roark and less of a Peter Keating.
You’re not meant to be kept in a cage; you’re actually meant to transcend a meaningless existence.
The system wants to keep you locked in a prison for your mind because that’s the tiny realm where they can control you.
But once you start to break away from the restraints, you start to see the endless possibilities for not only yourself, but also for humanity.
The system cannot control you once you understand your true potential.