The nature of the matrix is understanding. The moment you try to understand something, you've created a matrix.The Seer
We are dealing with the 24 layers of the Natures of Man. Each one held in place like a jewel within a glass case; each one bounded by the matrix.
[As transcribed from Interstellar Mysticism:]
The matrix — what is it really? Consisting of two layers of light and of frequency, it is nevertheless a mirror that gives us backwards images. In other words: it provides us with opposition. The nature of the matrix is understanding. In looking at the matrices that form the Natures of Man, many of them have to do with seeking understanding of life — which is incomprehensible.
They have their ancient names… the most shallow one is Manek — the Nature of Gregariousness.
Manek ~ The Nature of Gregariousness (1/24)
It is man's very, very deep desire to have a tribe, to have a family and even if they are individuals, not to be alone too long. To seek the company, at least, of others, no matter how authentically they live. They seek it in families, in partnerships, in friendships. The nature of gregariousness — it is the illusion that we have relationship.
(Each one of these is a form of illusion for it is bound and dictated by a matrix.)
Stuba ~ The Nature of Creation of a Story (2/24)
Indigenous people say that, 'what does man leave behind, but his story', and so legends are told around the firesides. It is no different in mechanized society. When man measures his accomplishments against the story of his life, if he has come from a poor background, his struggle into affluence seems all the greater of a drama… so he values it more. He gauges his life successes by the story.
Kuvanek ~ The Nature of Desiring Milestones (3/24)
It is that which wants high points to relieve the tedium, to relieve the humdrum existence that beings foresee when there are no high points. Where life is stagnant and the pool is small, there will be drama created in the form of crises to provide, at least, high points along the path of existence. Many times, couples live the dysfunctional relationship of thriving on their fights because it provides the excitement of knowing that they belong to each other, even as they separate. This is part of the desire for milestones.