As long as you have biological kids in this world, attachment remains a call from the heart, the soul and spirit. Many are in this situation The children we gave birth are compelling to embrace a dystopian world and I disagree even if the fakes ones don't listen. Trans-humanists will never admit they silenced humans who came to warn them for millennia about their control policy . Humans have the privilege to bath in a world subject to basic biological laws which privilege they don't have. Probably Why they are so obsess , spy and stalk them. It doesn't matter even if you want to save your heavenly realm. First of all, admit that you've violated the human's territory and space regardless the warnings. The goal of human existence is to become a universal creator and not a slave sold to worlds who care more about their survival above all else. They don't have our well being at heart but the survival of their dystopian failure .
When I later reread this post in which Ironic posed some questions, I felt the urge to respond to these questions as follows:
- “Why do I want to leave?”
That's pretty obvious. If I don't feel comfortable somewhere, I go somewhere else where I do feel comfortable.
- Is it because I believe I am in a trap? Why do I believe that?
At first it has nothing at all to do with a 'trap', you only discover that when you start to delve into it and draw the conclusion that if you keep experiencing this it starts to look like a 'preconceived' plan. In that case it's clearly a 'trap' that keeps you from developing further. It's an important part of your 'spiritual awakening', your soul is awakening as it were.
- Is it because I feel helpless to others who I feel have more power over my life than me?
In essence, it has nothing to do with "others," but everything to do with knowing yourself. 'Gnothi Seauton', Greek for 'Know thyself', adorned the temple of Apollo, the place where the Greeks consulted the Oracle at Delphi. The choice to no longer want to be part of this Patrix comes from 'knowing yourself' and not from your position in relation to others.
As soon as you feel helpless in relation to others who seem to have more power over your life than you do, the 'escape principle' arises. You want to escape, as it were, from a situation that you don't like. It's better to work on your process of dealing with your current 'life process' (shadow work) and decide to do it a different way 'next time'.
- If I lived in peace, joy, and harmony, would I still feel like I should leave?
I can answer this question with a resounding "yes" based on a lifetime of 71 years. I have experienced many highs, but also many lows, socially, psychologically and physically. As a victim of child abuse, I have suffered a lot of pain socially, psychologically and physically, but I have also often participated in life in full euphoria. I have been lonely, abandoned and misunderstood, but I have also been able to speak to hundreds of people as a counselor and offer social-spiritual support. I have experienced love in all its facets, known multiple life partners, children and grandchildren. I have lived like a pauper and at this time I lack nothing, in fact I live in abundance. I feel young in mind and body, I am very vital.
In short, I am happy with the life I have had and still have. And yet I no longer want to be part of this system that we call the Patrix, out of a "free choice.
- Do I feel gratitude for life or do I condemn it?
Yes, I feel gratitude for life. If you assume that life consists only of peace, joy and harmony, you will be disappointed. 'Life' must be lived, not just 'cherry picking'. I am very glad that once in the darkest desert moment of my life I decided to end my life, that was a very intense period, a very difficult decision through which I now know why I can be grateful for 'life'. Also when I was about to take that 'very last step' I had no aversion to 'life' but I simply saw no 'other' way to go on living at the time.
By the way, gratitude or aversion to life is a 'thought pattern' and not a 'life pattern', that is, when you are 'full' of life there is no moment of gratitude or aversion in you. That is 'looking back', that is seeing in retrospect.
- If we could get rid of the contention we feel, would we feel so desperate to escape/exit or would our being here then reveal itself to have actual meaning beyond a prison planet?
I don't think my experience as a human being in this Patrix has any significance for life 'after this prison planet'. How you experience or have experienced this life is not determining for 'life after death'. The only influence it has is on your own inner self, which determines 'a life after this prison planet'. When condemnation is present in you as the dominant factor, it will also have its effect when you step out of this Patrix or want to step out of it.
As soon as you make the choice on the basis of awareness, a choice in 'full consciousness' of what you have actually decided, then you leave behind everything that has been and consider it after death as an 'experience' that belongs in the category of 'all previous experiences'. You start with a 'clean slate', as it were.
So, until we have made peace with our own existence, I have to question the reason for leaving.
I agree with you in the event that one has not yet "awakened" and still longs only to experience a human life once more in the hope that this time things will be different. In that case, I would advise everyone not to leave this Patrix. However, those who are spiritually 'awakened' know that they are not just a physical body having an experience but that they are a 'soul' having a physical experience in this Patrix.
For me its the extreme deep feeling, that this is not my world. And I have this feeling because of uncountable reasons. I am in it but not from it, like a lot of members here have already quoted. No matter how beautiful this world can possibly be, it is just not my place, it is based on a system, which is nothing as I imagine my home to be. Even if I had the best life with all the greatest gifts, dreams come true and everything perfect - this place here still would never be my home. Just because I am lucky does not make me forget the rules/base of the game with which I just cannot agree by far and those who are not as lucky. Finally after attaining Gnosis I am so happy to have learnt "by heart", that this is not my home and have my feelings and intuition towards this place confirmed/validated. It was one of the greatest moments of my life. But I already had this feeling after reading the WPP. Gnosis was like the cherry on the top. :-) I think you must be the right match to that vibration to really get this feeling. I know a lot of people, who really do not want to reincarnate again - so I told them about the WPP and emphasized how important it is to achieve gnosis, read the Nag Hammadi or at least the Gnosis Paper of Wes to leave this place and not reincarnate again... Most dont even do this, they dont even invest their energy and time in reading some pages. Some people look at it for a few pages or chapters, but then are forgetting about it.. It is not their priority. I dont know why this is the case. In my case I was very passionate about the Gnosis Paper and could not wait for a new chapter to come out... My highest wish and biggest priority in this life is leaving this world and so I also do what I think is important to achieve this goal. Either you will experience this feeling or you will not. This way or another I hope there will be a save path for anyone to go back to their homeplace - whatever it might be for them..
I really liked the Q&A and the further questions asked here and the answers to them. Thank you!