The Deep Dive Experiment
How well do you know yourself?
Are our thoughts our own or are they the results of years of programming?-Henery X
The Deep Dive Experiment
2023, Henery X ©
I believe it’s safe to say that most of the people who will read this offering have heard of the movie The Matrix. But for those who may not fall into this category, let me give you a nutshell description of the movie in question. It’s revealing that there’re unseen and unknown people who are out to control every aspect of this human experience. And there’s no limit these people won’t go to if it means they’ll accomplish their goal. Their greatest means is mind manipulation because whosoever controls the mind controls the body as well. They make us believe one thing: when it’s usually the complete opposite, we should focus our time and attention on.
People have been playing mind games since before you and I were born. It’s the most preferred game of all, especially for those who love controlling the lives of others.
Below are seven questions. These questions are to reveal to yourself how much you know about yourself. If you feel comfortable sharing your answers, fine. If not, fine. The point of the experiment is to help you get a better understanding of yourself. Are we really in control or do they have us believing we are? Let the dive begin.
1. How do you draw conclusions?
I analyze everything I receive directly or indirectly, thoroughly. My goal is to determine, without doubt, if whatever it may be will be beneficial for me now, as well as long term.
2. What are your thoughts on trends?
I’ve never been a follower of any trends. I’ve never wanted to have something that not even one person has, let alone hundreds of people. I always knew to stand out, we must fight hard not to fit in. I love creating my way of being. It just leaves me feeling so much more original.
3. Are you easily swayed by others?
Not at all. A person has to show me selfishness doesn’t motivate their actions. I don’t draw on popularity, my focus is always on why is a person doing what they do. And I look for the consistency or lack thereof. If a person’s actions show they’re for the righteous thing aka right thing, I’ll gladly travel alongside them and for as long as I feel we’re still moving righteously.
4. What do you consider your wildest dream?
I long to assist with creating heaven right here on Earth. Sure, I know there will always be opposition pertaining to this dream, but hey, that’s life as we know it, right? I just want to experience a place where the balance isn’t so lopsided, where people respect the differences of one another and build strong relationships because of it. I consider perfection to be a preference. Something I’m comfortable accepting or sharing. I know none of us are, nor will we ever be, flawless, and that’s okay. It’s all about respecting ourselves enough to not disrespect others because of their way of being.
5. Are you comfortable with your own company?
Now? Absolutely. The presence of others is a want, but it’s not a need. In days gone by, I used to settle to be accepted. This time period was amongst my worst in my history. I felt miserable being where I didn’t feel I belonged. However, as soon as I started spending time alone, I gradually unraveled my true identity. I realized I didn’t need to do what others did if I didn’t want to. Spending time with myself allowed me to determine who I needed to spend time with, which were people who accepted me for who I was, and not for who they expected me to be.
6. How important is the opinion of others pertaining to you?
The opinions of others pertaining to me only matter if they align with my agenda or if they make logical sense. Initially, my opinion pertaining to me will always be primary, but seeing I’m always in search of utter clarity, I’m always open to hear a person out. A closed mind is something a self-proclaimed wise person should never possess.
7. Do you love yourself?
Absolutely. This conclusion came about because I once didn’t love myself. People who love themselves won’t intentionally place themselves in harm’s way. I used to always place myself in harm’s way. It was as if it was the thing to do. Once I realized this, I changed. Now, if something or someone is out to disrupt my peace of mind, which disrupts my life, I become a distant memory. Sometimes being selfish is a great thing, and safeguarding our peace of mind is one of those times. Self love is the best love. When we love ourselves perpetually, we’ll allow no one else to love us any less and we’ll know how to love and leave others accordingly.
A closed mind is something a self-proclaimed wise person should never possess.-Henery X
Thank you for taking the time to acknowledge my offering. May all you deserve and desire flow abundantly into your life, as a river does into a sea.
Remember. I’m not here to convince you to believe. I’m here to offer you something else to consider.
May we never lose our desire to outdo what we’ve already done.
Continue to be a lighthouse for all those who feel lost in the sea of life.
Peace, Love, and the utmost Respect.