How and why I put fear in your stomach and keep it there.

The below text is written by Jon Rappoport.  You don’t need to be afraid.  You can imagine your way to freedom.  He has a few suggestions about that.
Goodbye to the Matrix
Here are a few key quotes from an introduction I wrote to my collection, Exit From The Matrix.  This collection contains over 50 exercises designed to increase the individual’s creative power:

“There is a non-material faculty called imagination.  If that is stimulated, perception immediately expands.”

“With imagination, one can solve a problem.  More importantly, one can skip ahead of the problem and render it null and void.”

“Imagination isn’t a system.  It might invent systems, but it is non-material. It’s a capacity.  It feels no compulsion to imitate reality. It makes realities.”

“Here is the secret about time.  There is always a gap, a discontinuity between the past and present.  Why?  Because you and your vision and action are that gap.  It is always there, in the same way that a blank canvas is always there for the painter.  Time doesn’t invent you.  You invent time.”

“I’m not breaking a system into parts.  I’m not trying to teach a person how to tie his shoes.  I’m talking about the proliferation of endless new worlds, not seen through a porthole, but imagined and invented.”

“Feelings are considered to be internal human structure and architecture.  But what you imagine and create are far more important—and the creative process radically and naturally changes feelings in a positive way, as a side effect.”

“The cells of your body respond as you imagine and create a vision of your life and future.  That’s when the cells really come into their own, that’s when they bathe in new energy.”

Here are the full contents of my mega-collection Exit From The Matrix. You can order it here: