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December 8, 2012 / Dale Melchin

Meditation as Coding

Meditation is Coding

The Matrix is an excellent movie.  Starring Keanu Reeves who has played other roles such as Buddha in the movie Siddhartha  as Neo, he appears to be The Chosen One intended to end the Machine’s tyrannical rule over planet Earth.  I will be references some of the movies, but nothing plot spoiling, so enjoy the following.

Neo starts off as Thomas A. Anderson, a computer programmer who has a double life that leads to him getting out of the Matrix.  It is fitting that the Chosen One should be someone who is a master of programming since ultimately the Matrix is a one giant computer program.

Ultimately when Neo “gets it” he acquires the ability manipulate the programming of the Matrix.  His mind becomes so powerful that he acquires the ability to fly, stop bullets, harden his body to withstand the cut of a sword on one hand without loosing his hand as well as many other things.  He is the Programmer.

Where am I going with this?  Like Neo we have the ability to do the same thing.  Now before you write me off as a jackwagon, hear me out.

While we are not able to manipulate the universe directly, we can manipulate how we related to the universe through meditation.  Ultimately that is the starting point and the foundation for everything else.

When you learn to eliminate negative thinking (bad lines of code) and create new thinking and being habits, (good lines of code) you ultimately become empowered.  Suddenly things that are difficult are not so tough anymore.  Excessive fear begins to subside and you get in touch with your authentic self.  You begin to transcend emotion.  Your self confidence rises.  You do get powers, but not external ones (unless divine intervention occurs).  Ultimately we can train our physical bodies to do amazing things as well.

If we think of ourselves as programmers and our thinking as the program, we begin to see life from a different perspective.

It ultimately starts with the mind and then through our actions we begin to change the results we get.

What would “recoding” your life make possible for you?


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