Should we aspire to leave the illusional matrix of existence?
See, the reason we have to be really clear about what we're aiming to do, is that if one leaves the physical reality (the matrices of physical life keep the illusion of physicality in place) then:
- One loses their memory (the storyline of one's life), which is a very disorienting experience.
- One tends to lose gravity and spatial relationships — causing one to stagger, stumble and become unable to do even simple things like open a jar or unlock a door. Concerned loved ones add to the problem by thinking the master has Alzheimer's and treating them like a child, even though they are highly functional in Inner Space (although impaired in outer space).
- One ages rapidly. When Hitler's scientists engineered the first UFOs with interdimensional capabilities, they found that when popping back into the physical reality, the UFOs looked like ancient relics. Leaving the physical reality even momentarily, causes extreme aging to take place.