21 December 2016

How Memory Turns You Into a Battery for the Matrix ~ Arno Pienaar ~ 13 December 2016

Source: Wake Up World

Memory is the artificial construct that keeps us bound to the matrix that we have co-created with the ego. It’s also the main attachment that bounds us to a limited reality.

The time-track, especially past and future, can tremendously drain a soul that places the data of these constructs in the now to the point that suffering becomes a reality for the subject. The more attachment one has to the time-track, the less space there is to breathe. It is as if you are being suffocated by all your memories that are enforcing you inside the matrix of your identity, which stems largely from the memory.

A metaphor I can use is, somehow forcing 100Gb of data into a computer processor that can only properly function with 50Gb. Now it cannot function optimally anymore, and malfunction soon becomes prevalent. In order to manifest your own reality, you must not place your stories from the hologram in the NOW, because what you will end up with is the limit of your own programming. Basically, your experience becomes filtered to fit you.

Ask yourself: Who would you be if all your memories had been stripped away from you?


Memory in computer processing and memory inside the mind, both serve the same function: they allow you to continue where you had left off. It grants the ability to write a story from start to end — a story that arises out of time needs memory attached to time. The possibility for learning is also enabled by memory.

For a computer it is useful, as programmed input can add to the functional repertoire. For a human-being it is essential too — or is it?

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