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Get Money: Afterword - The Illusion
“Nothing is true, everything is possible...”
“Some people say I’m nuts like cashews, and that’s true.”
Lord Jamar (b. 1968), American rapper and actor, from his song I.S.L.A.M.
As previously stated, money isn’t real. It’s a convenience. An agreement formulated on belief and faith that it has solidity. It doesn’t. We’re chasing an illusion. But we have to have cash to survive. And the more of it we get, we prosper.
Not only is money an illusion, but life is as well. All that we perceive around us is a construct, created by our brains (and this is arguably played upon by the power elite to control us and profit from us).
It’s all a creation of our mind/body system that “decodes” what is out there – as in beyond our nervous systems – to build an (apparently) solid reality.
Thus the maxim: “Nothing is true, everything is possible.”
The fact that nothing is real is no bad thing. It’s not something to be afraid of. On the contrary, it means we are shining stars in a limitless sea of awareness, where the only truth is infinite love. All else is illusion.
The need to get money is merely to keep us afloat on this vast sea – so we can eat, have somewhere to live, and gain as much freedom as we can.
But the real freedom is to recognize that the world around us is not what it appears to be. It has no solidity whatsoever. Our brains make it appear solid by processing the input of our sensory perceptions. What is actually “out there” is more like wave forms than particles.
The thing to remember is we create our world, which is perhaps best described as a hologram. Thus each and every one of us is God. We are the creators. Once you truly assimilate this concept into your very being, you are free.