How to Espace The Matrix?

The longer you’re living on autopilot, the harder your future is gonna be…

If you were anything like me back in college, you were probably broke and didn’t have much money.

You and your roommate were splitting rent for a crappy apartment, you didn’t have a fancy car, and you basically survived on ramen noodles.

But somehow you got a job.

You started making some money.

And suddenly, you wanted a nice car.

You wanted to go to fancy restaurants.

And you wanted those Gucci Bags.

But all those things you did and all that stuff you stacked up, didn’t do anything to improve the quality of your life at all.

In fact, the more money you made, the more stuff you needed.

And even after you got a promotion, you still struggled financially because you were spending more than you earned.

You were like a rat running a pointless race.

Now the problem with this rat race is that there is no finish line.

There’s nobody waiting at the end to give you a medal.

And there’s no light at the end of this tunnel.

Your mundane routine is your reality, day in and day out.

The wheel just keeps spinning.

And the longer you’re caught in this autopilot mode, the more it becomes your norm.

You start to lose sight of the fact that it wasn’t always this way.

You’ve convinced yourself that this is the standard, the societal script, and the way things are done.

Because everyone around you is doing the same.

Everyone around you is drifting through life, operating on autopilot.

And everyone around you is sleepwalking and conforming to the matrix.

You think it’s normal.

But it’s not.

Your soul is slowly dying from inside.

And you don’t even realize it.

Your brain doesn’t understand any other way.

Because it draws comfort in going with the majority.

You’re programmed to think that the majority is always right.

You never doubt your societal conditioning.

You blame it on the circumstances and you sell yourself short.

You hate taking chances.

This is why you’re always more likely to be a part of a rat race and live on autopilot.

But let me tell you something.

There’s good news.

Things don’t always have to be like this.

You can actually get out of this rat race.

The first step toward escaping the rat race is being able to see that you are in a rat race.

You gotta realize that the rat race is entirely self-inflicted.

You were the one who signed up for it.

And it’s often your own choices that’s keeping you in the loop.

Now I know it’s easier said than done.

I know it’s difficult to step out of your comfort zone.

And I know it’s difficult to challenge the status quo.

Not doing what others are doing is like challenging your basic fabric of survival, because you’re simply wired to follow the herd.

But if you could somehow not do what the entire world is telling you to do, you will do yourself and your life a big favor.

If you can recognize what others are doing and examine it rationally, you will be less likely to follow the crowd. 

Ask a man who’s been running on autopilot for years, he’ll tell you that he earns a lot more than he used to, but his quality of life has not improved a bit.

The more he works, the more he spends, and the faster his income disappears.

If you wanna escape this vicious cycle, you must reassess your spending habits.

And when I say spending habits, I don’t just mean money.

What are the things you’re spending most of your time and energy on?

Think about it.

The stuff you own shouldn’t own you.

The time you invest should empower you, not enslave you.

And the energy you devote should uplift you, not deplete you.

Whatever you spend your money, time and energy on, make sure it adds to the quality of your life.

And remember, if you always do what you’ve always done, you always get what you’ve always gotten.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *