Matrix4Humans is Matrix FOR Humans
Welcome to The M-Files. Much like “The X-Files” television program, this will be an area for some creative exploration. In this new phase of the Matrix4Humans Project, we take the concepts highlighted in our Matrix Knowledge Base, and show how they are found throughout aspects of human creative works from self-improvement programs to entertainment.
Going forward, we will also present more advanced material related to the Matrix story and kabbalah. You can expect almost anything here! For now, we offer these four files …
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People is a remarkable best-selling book, used throughout the business world and by individuals for personal development. What makes it more amazing is that its contents precisely align with the concepts associated with the seven lower emanations (sefirot). These seven emanations are the ones we deal with on a day-to-day basis. The similarities can’t be dismissed as ‘coincidence.’
We present an analysis of a portion of the conversation between Russell Brand and Jordan Peterson on Brand’s talk show, “Under the Skin #52.” The two offer their unique perspectives on the 12-Step program. There are direct connections between the 12-Steps and the kabbalistic path of the Tree of Life, along with interesting parallels to the Matrix story and the Path of the One. All of these reflect a process for humans to be freed from bondage to a skewed perspective on life – “a prison for your mind.”
Further evidence to the reason why certain creative works survive the test of time – universally! The sefirot appear throughout all human creative works such as art, books and movies. It’s a remarkable phenomenon that the more something aligns with this template, the greater it resonates across the spectrum of human perspectives. The beloved characters from the Hundred-Acre Wood have much to reveal to us.
Harry and friends magically reveal one of two templates that are the foundations of everything physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual. The houses of Hogwarts (Gryffindor, Ravenclaw, Slytherin and Hufflepuff) reflect the Worlds of Existence, of which there are four (with a ‘hidden’ fifth world of pre-existence, which ties them all together).