If you can imagine an architecture that your mind has constructed, like a matrix or 3D rendering, and we mentally live within that architecture. It has been built up over time through all our interactions, the societies we are within, our peers, our work environments. What we ‘know’ is simple what looks normal to us. We look out of our own windows, reside within our own mental walls. Each of us has a different mind building. And it’s why interacting with other people can be so confusing at times. We are all looking out from different windows, out to different views. We don’t have to allow our minds to stay trapped within this matrix though.
Our soul wants to break free from the built up views, from the cognitive perspectives and the bias. Our soul wants to dissolve the boundaries and barriers and melodramas and step into alignment with universal principles. We can start with the fact that just because we believe something doesn’t make it true. We can daily challenge our own mental matrix’s and ask ‘is this really true? How do I know it’s true?’ and begin to work with renovating our mind architecture. Hopefully to the point where we can tear it all down, and work in wide-open spaces.