When You Just Feel Like Escaping The Game of Life (Reality)

Feel no guilt because in those moments you might not feel like being the change you want to see in the world…and its ok!

From time to time we experience feelings of wanting to escape this human game. This is quite understandable. At times life feels as if it is just too much. The constant ebb and flow of emotions entangled in all that we experience. We want it to stop! But what is it that we want to be stopped? Is it the experience itself or is it the emotions and feelings which allow us to evaluate what is being experienced. It can be tiring particularly because much of this is taking place in our minds!

We are conditioned to feel guilt in entertaining these kinds of feelings. But guilt only serves to make us liars both to our self and to those around us. Instead many are forced to mask these feelings with mantras and spiritual babble while choking on the inside. Of course mantras are a wonderful tool and most effective when one is able to own their feelings. It’s ok when you simply don’t care about being the change you want to see in the world. Of course, in order to truly become the change you want to see in the world you must first own your feelings and truths unfolding in your life! In those moments of feeling uninterested in such spiritual insights; those moments can be filled with power as we own our self without prejudice. You don’t have to be your brother’s keeper, or rush to do “good” in the world or be selfless or to save the planet or search for a cause to support or be positive and say positive things. Sometimes we just simply need a break from the overdose of the “goodness” program which one may feel the need to comply with.

In remembering that every idea of what it means to be good or bad is only a construct designed by someone else from this world and other worlds. All of these protocols are designed to keep us in line, to maintain order and to provide acceptable behaviors for us to strive for. The irony is that it is these very same rules and protocols that continue to drive human beings mad! To be what we are without adhering to these external instructions and protocols is viewed as a cosmic offense. Deep down in our subconscious we expect to be punished or to suffer the consequences of going off script.  Our inability to be free at the deepest level in both thoughts and actions has lead humanity to be the very thing that we are told not to be. Why is this? Because human beings are in constant defense mode, wired for survival; always protecting our self. The fact is that being who we are is a powerful key in decoding this human game. Once we surrender to ourselves the fear goes, whereby changing our actions. Our emotional state of being changes and the incessant need for self-preservation no longer leads to murder, rape, betrayal, theft, social measurement, mental instability, lack, racism, bigotry etc., and not because they are socially or morally “wrong” but the payoff or satisfaction or fears which lead to the action, thought or behavior is no longer relevant. There is no longer a resonance with these actions.

To realize the difference between defining something as good or bad or right or wrong becomes irrelevant but instead it’s about resonance. This distinction is so very important otherwise we will continue to be held imprisoned by the rules, conditions and protocols of the human game which are simply default constructs for the un-awakened being. The idea of being “awake” is a claim made loosely by many, however there are endless levels of being awakened and so in most cases when one proclaims being awake, perhaps one is only awake to a particular truth in that moment. To be profoundly awake goes beyond being riddled with judgment of good or bad or right or wrong or moral codes which one might truthfully not be able to live up to. We are fully aware of the secrets we keep about our lives, our thoughts and all that we have done. Is it NOT about standing in judgment of one’s self but perhaps it is about seeing who you were in each of those moments. To see who we were in each of those moments provides us with insight to the fears that lead us into those moments in the first place.

It is an opportunity to see the origin of those fears and to decode them into nothingness. In other words explore the fear and release the power streaming from you which continues to sustain the fear. What is the fear made of? What beliefs are attached to the fear? What are you hiding from? These are significant reasons why we feel like escaping the game. We feel anchored to reality in a way that creates pressure, discomfort and a sense of being trapped. But these moments arise in us as an opportunity to reset ourselves instead of avoiding or burying our feelings or masking what we feel. Judgment from another human being quite honestly means nothing; it only serves to trigger our survival our self-defense instincts. It stirs feelings and emotions interpreted as hurt feelings and disappointments and all such emotions. The entire experience is processed in our heads and we then build our personal world with stories and scenarios which will support those feelings.

So the next time that you feel like escaping the game of life, check in with yourself first before turning your mind over to others. There really are no rules only the ones we created in order to play the human game. This includes our comfortable interpretation of creation and its all-powerful god who we must adhere to for fear of retribution. Even for those stepping away from the common god concepts the power is shifted to the Universe. So the universe becomes the god riddled with the same power.  Are you not the magician who brings everything to life by filling it with power in order to experience being power-less? So the need to escape from time to time stems from the degree of power that it takes from our human self to sustain our perception of reality; all of the people, places, things, beliefs, stories and experiences that make up our lives.  Reset and reclaim power from all that no longer serves you, it is why you want to escape!

Comments

nikos.v.2 1st September 2017 11:25 am

Well, some may like to get off the game because they don't like it anymore...

Actually, life 's not a game

Toni 1st September 2017 5:31 pm

Well said Sonia :thumbs:

Hey there NiKos, I guess it all depends on perspective whether we see life as a game or not. The economic game played on this planet sure reminds me of monopoly...round & round a little circle collecting $200 every time we pass go...sometimes we own property...sometimes we rent...& it all depends on the synchronicity of the dice...synchronicity we create from within.

:)

nikos.v.2 1st September 2017 8:25 pm

Funny that you equate life with money ...

or not so....

I don't know.

sowhat 2nd September 2017 7:39 pm

Actually we "spend" life, money and time. Its all a matter of how we choose to perceive or interpret the experience. Each one of these are measurable experiences, we count numbers! The idea of life being a game makes some uncomfortable because of our deep investment in the experience. For some there is a fear that viewing life as a game may reduce the seriousness of it to the individual. Life imitates art and art imitates life. We enjoy playing games and sports, competitive experiences which will ultimately place us in the winner or loser category. Life is played like a sport with opposing sides, winners and losers, success and failure, wealthy and poor etc., all based on the rules we as human beings have established. However when its time to really examine the truth of it most people do not want to see the "game" that they have been part of. Its not good or bad its just the human experience.
Its ok to interpret it all in whatever way makes one comfortable!

Sonia

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nikos.v.2 2nd September 2017 9:22 pm
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Actually we "spend" life, money and time. Its all a matter of how we choose to perceive or interpret the experience.

I disagree.

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Actually, life and nature doesn't know winning and losing

hm...

nikos.v.2 2nd September 2017 9:27 pm

Consider death -

is it win or loss ?

...

Toni 4th September 2017 8:00 pm

Ok, I’m considering death…and once again its according to perspective as to whether it's a win or loss. Isn’t there a Greek translation for perspective?

Anyway I remember a Magenta Pixie channel once saying that its around 5d we start seeing life as a game.

From my Higher Self perspective, this particular reality is a game of density with the aim to integrate 12 new dimensional frequencies using the 12 universal laws** which gives us a whole new density called physical reality to play in.

Win or loss comes under the law of polarity relative to ones perspective. Nature might not know winning or losing yet if we break everything down into energy, nature does indeed know polarity not to mention the other 11 laws.

**12 Universal Laws:
1) The Law of Divine Oneness
2) The Law of Vibration
3) The Law of Action
4) The Law of Correspondence
5) The Law of Cause and Effect
6) The Law of Compensation
7) The Law of Attraction
8) The Law of Perpetual Transmutation of Energy
9) The Law of Relativity
10) The Law of Polarity
11) The Law of Rhythm
12) The Law of Gender

:)

Toni 4th September 2017 8:11 pm

PS. Ah no I don’t equate life or happiness with money. Money is a necessary tool that allows me to enjoy life within a modern world at this point in my game tho... and I am grateful. I know many that equate money to energy & I guess it is to a degree, it's just not the whole percentage of energy cos I create much of what I need without money. It’s a pure exchange of energy that equates to love.

:)

nikos.v.2 5th September 2017 1:40 am

Hey ,

it's ok,

we can laugh at the subject of death , it's all (?) a subject, wtf :crazy2 of the assemblage point, I found this ,

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xc77fWE4nYE

nikos.v.2 5th September 2017 3:59 am

I mean, of where the assemblage point is. In case of a subject.

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Sonia Barrett like many has been a seeker of more expansive knowledge since childhood. Her work is an embrace of science and spirituality as one in the same. 

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