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Be a Code Programmer of the Matrix / #beginagain #shift #positivedisruption #changeItUp CoachBill.US

According to Lao Tzu's thirty-fourth lesson, in his oft unknown second book, the Hua Hu Ching, "the character of your existence is determined by the energies to which you connect yourself. If you attach yourself to gross energies - loving this person, hating that clan, rejecting one experience or habitually indulging in another- then you will lead a series of heavy, attached lives. 

This can go on for a very long and tedious time."

Just as it is in coding program into computer chips, the human is coded in varying degrees by everything they think, do, are exposed to, hang out with or watch on the television. It is hard to find the 'middle path' or balance if one has been brought up on a steady information diet since infancy. It
can be as if man and woman are at the center of the universe and a factory line of a great number of conveyor belts are constantly feeding him and her impressions, ideas and things. Like a pond, these inputs can positively or negatively disrupt the wave patterns in the pond.

Having the insight to realize what is happening takes a monumental, sustained effort by the man or woman and in the modern age of technological devices, tantamount to an olympic pole vault of mega proportions. The meditator or the nature-lover is on the right path towards calming the wave patterns on the pond and thereby slowing and disrupting the inputed code and setting themselves up to reverse the trend and become out-putters of code. This is like a mechanism that has an open-door policy to anyone, regardless of their station in life. The catch is knowing that your heart and mind is constantly being barraged by code, understanding how to slow and stop the input and then turning the tables around and being an out-putter of code. Doing this in a sustained fashion disrupts you from the inside out and eventually all around you.

Some people do not want this though. They are content with the way things are and that is okay. They may have some insight into the idea that making such a major transformation will create all kinds of relational and familial changes. Friendships would change along with our habits. We start to be different and behave differently. This does not make us 'better than' others, but it does set us apart because our energy frequencies have been altered. This can be scary and unwelcome causing the person to purposefully lapse away from this self-awareness and returning to their old habits of being great receivers of input, rather than balancing it out by being coding out-putters also.

The beautiful part of everything here is that each one of us is free at every moment to begin again this transformation if we will it in a sustained manner.

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