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Could technology be hiding as an obscure “trend” and leading to a potential dead-end road? (A conscious perspective on human and technological progression)

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Could technology be hiding as an obscure “trend” and leading to a potential dead-end road? (A conscious perspective on human and technological progression)

“Where would we be without technology?” I’ve heard this question several times throughout my years colloquially via colleagues, family, and friends. Yet, no one seems to answer the question with full confidence knowing what exactly could have transpired in human progression, expansion, and evolution. When I first started to ask this myself, I couldn’t help but to feel a duality in my being ignite. One aspect of me simply didn’t care to think about this daunting subject, as the other half was gnawing on it subconsciously in the back of my mind like a past relationship that’s gone awry. I say “we” to reference us, humans, as a collective group of beings here on this planet sharing the same space at the same time. I assume, not statistically or reportedly in any sense, that our history has eluded us in exactly when the “peak” of pre-technological human living was occurring. Was it the end of the 70s or 80s? Perhaps, the technological paradigm shift happened much earlier, and we have no way of knowing precisely. At exactly what point was mass consciousness consumed and enveloped with computerized technology so intriguing that it swayed normal living away from the garden and into the den? I’m going to guess it was when personal computers were distributed globally. Now in 2017, I sit here and take for granted the technology I have at my fingertips. Do I enjoy the convenience of it? Well, yes absolutely. However, I’m still not at a point where I’m fully convinced that technology is our savior. There are many avenues I could divert to on this discussion, but for now I’m going to leave you with how I came to this question (Could technology be hiding as an obscure “trend” and leading to a potential dead-end road?) by now knowing what I know.

            I say with the most humility and reverence, that I now feel like I know too much to fully trust in technology, and I’m glad I’ve been deeply moved. About what you might ask? I know too much about consciousness, the Earth (Gaia), science, spirituality, humanity, and the cosmos. I know that us as humans are here on this planet to evolve collectively and expand our desires for source itself. I know that there is no such thing as “death.” I know that it is a shift in perspective. I know that we as conscious beings have the capability to astral travel to varying locations without the use of technology. I now know that we can speak telepathically without the use of messenger applications. I now know that there quite literally is no use for the monetary system at this point. Have we reached another peak where it is time to move beyond technology and refocus our attention to our spiritual infinite nature? I believe so. When you have people channeling extraterrestrial beings on YouTube and people are communicating with their non-physical spirit guides daily, it makes believing in this constructed reality extremely difficult (I know many of you have been here). I’ve also heard and truly believe that people are living different realities and timelines. Yet, is society willing to move beyond the technology and focus on the organic technology that was already there to begin with? I’m talking about Earth. We wouldn’t have the technology (computers, software, screens/glass, radio waves, etc.) if it weren’t for the natural, organic materials that are found within Earth from the get-go. I wish people would realize that the highest form of technology we are surrounded by, is indeed mother Earth (Gaia). This known fact has expanded my awakening process immensely. Earth is the “living library.” Has modern society’s technology become an obsolete tool? Better yet in essence, was it just a three-decade long trend?

            As many more people awaken, I believe it’s going to be a breaking-point for those who have been completely submersed into the system, the matrix. I know this because it’s happening to me. I am torn between participating in a society that I’ve ascended past and conscious experiences that are beckoning for my attention. I think we are seeing people coming into their power realizing that technology is no longer an external source. Rather, it is an internal, integral part of their being. You as a being are the technology. Although collectively we haven’t evolved past eating, it makes me question if the next big emphasis will be on restoring Earth to harness its natural technological abilities. I believe so because, the mass population still haven’t had the experiences of interacting with psychedelic nature firsthand or society seeing the full benefits of zero-point energy.

            Now, what happens if the majority do not awaken? Technology can only take them so far. To get in and out of the life you’re living, you need consciousness, period. I don’t think that at any point technology will be able to replicate consciousness, even if the tech programmers design algorithms for what they think is superior artificial intelligence. Even if a techie is channeling information to produce further complicated technologies, there is going to be a realization of their own self divinity and conscious power. Again, why would we need technology if we are shifting into a non-physical species anyway? I do think that technology will be here as long as people are still experiencing the physical 3rd dimensional reality and moving from being unconscious to conscious. I just hope that we all can start integrating positive vibrational frequencies in our lives for the betterment of the whole. That would be further expansion in and of itself. I’m then led to the question, “If we are shifting from a 3rd dimensional dualistic reality with contrast, into a 4th-5th dimensional density without contrast, is technology inadvertently one of the most contradicting things to us as human beings?” Has it been lying here in the bushes pushing us to be self-sufficient all along? I’m entirely intrigued to see what happens due to the awakening and ascension process on Earth. For me, I see the benefits that technology has provided to us as well as the detriments. Where would we be without technology? Well, I can assure you that Earth would have looked vastly different. Quite possibly, another timeline in which this exists could be playing out. I like to think that without technology, we’d have already shifted the planet’s vibration to a higher density without the distractions of it. However, I know that we’ve reached the point where we are collectively greatly with the advantage of computers and internet. Again though, other human experiences and only my own personal experience with consciousness, energy, and emotion have led me to ascension. My ascension flourishes internally. Technology has sure helped, yet it has not taken the primary role of leading me to my expansion. The expansion happened directly through my multi-dimensional source stream. This is why I believe technology is ultimately a dead-end road. 

 

I would love to hear all of your thoughts on this.. Thank you! 

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I don't know whether it's going to be in my lifetime or not but i do hope to see a harmonious union between the Earth and Technology where both elements flourish from each other and everything else around them.

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I see technology as humanity imposing the patterns of it's conscious awareness onto the unconscious patterns of external reality and due to reality being a reflection of ourselves it is a way of interacting and, in fact, integrating  with very deep aspects of our shadow.  However, like any shadow, it can tend to exert undue and unhealthy influences while it remains subconscious.  So how to become more conscious of this?  By loving it.  Not by loving what it can do for you, e.g. instant messaging, petabytes of porn or even more worthy aspects like this forum, but by loving technology itself.  This interaction is of course a 2 way thing.  I really like the term "grok" to describe this, which is of course part of my username and taken from the book A Stranger in a Strange Land.  

It really bothers me that it is common to look upon technology as somehow bad and something to be avoided or minimised.  As far as I concerned that is just a form of spiritual bypassing.

I don't think there is any dead end road because the road itself is a circle.  Eventally as human consciousness deepens and our (hopefully enlightened) control over our physical reality through technology increases, there will come a point where both will merge.  Humans will turn into something else and another road will become apparent.  However, until we exist in an ultimate reality where everything is us, while there is still a "not us", technology will always be necessary I think.  

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6 hours ago, Mark Joseph Middleton said:

Technology is designed to be what we are.

Globally ideas are shared, creation is a result of many people focused on something, and certain individuals putting that into a form.

You can't replace technology with a non existent part of ourselves. You can only replace technology with part of ourselves. Saying just do without misses the point. The internet connects people, they are connected already. You might see what I mean, you might not.

Let me give an example to help: What replaces how connection manifests when the internet is take offline? Do that thing now. If it doesn't exist, help create it. If it is another aspect of technology you are concerned with, focus on that.
 

I agree with what you've said relating to where we are currently in this point of human time. Most people don't know how to connect without the internet at this time. I think that as people become more conscious, we'll be seeing the rise of telepathy, instant manifestation when thinking about someone, and more ethereal astral vibrational shifts. It'll be more like how the higher dimensions work in terms of quantum connectedness. The vibration you'll be holding will instantly attract beings, situations, and circumstances that reflect what you put out - purely energetic focus. I've read and heard from channels that this is due to our ascension into 4th-5th density. We have this in 3d, yet there's a lag time, a buffer, because people would manifest some terribly nasty things with a single thought. While the internet is indeed a crucial aspect of human manifestation and integration of connection in 3rd density, what happens when the collective shifts to pure thought-based vibration as we evolve out of physicality? The ETs don't use internet, because they are purely focused thought forms who've ascended past physicality. Once the return to "oneness" is ubiquitous, individuals will realize they are not individual as everyone is same source and time does not exist rendering supreme knowledge and interconnection among all things. The internet is simply a crutch in our current time for connection. I think if there were more of a focus on expanding our light body's potential, we'd realize less and less use for technology.  I'm curious to see what transpires collectively. I guess the ultimate question is: How long will we need this crutch to recover our full potential? 

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I love how Orgone is becoming more mainstream! Maybe having Orgonite integrated into computers and cell phone cases made completely out of Orgonite. Hell, I'd like my future all-sustainable vehicle to be encased in a composite made of Orgonite, lol. Maybe luxury cars are just one giant orgonite piece, they've got the metal (inorganic), plastic, and interior wood trim (organic). Just place some crystals in it and you've got yourself a traveling Orgone conductor (maybe this is what they thought with the first station wagons with wood paneling on the sides haha). It'd be a fantastic experiment to see if it really transmutes anything  with the incoming radio waves, bluetooth, and ECM in the vehicle running. 

Getting back to consciousness and telepathy... I hope there are more facilities in the future that welcome people to expand telepathically. We could use the technology we have now to promote it. Maybe a telepathic training app? There might already even be a psychic development app, not sure. But even learnign conscious material and meditating will likely get you there eventually, depending on your commitment to it like all things. Yes, my highest gratitude goes to Teal and other teachers today bringing this information forward through our technology medium! I wonder if she gets exhausted using it though and just wishes that we could all be as conscious as her. Oh, what a world that would be.

If anyone's interested, the Anastasi System of Psychic Development is one of the best psychic/telepathic learning courses I've seen. It has helped me exponentially. 

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I don't know if this is too off topic.. but I feel like technology is another form of Novocaine to keep us sedated.

I'm currently struggling with it.  I have gotten off all other common addictions, sugar, caffeine, tobacco, alcohol, you name it. I've cut it out of my life or let it leave my life rather.

But technology has been by far the hardest and biggest hurdle to quit. The internet, youtube, FB, Apps, intsagram, twitter, tinder blah blah blah... so hard to get out of it. It's so sticky.

And it tricks you into feeling "disconnected" when you leave it. When it's actually the opposite.

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1 hour ago, amandapanda said:

I don't know if this is too off topic.. but I feel like technology is another form of Novocaine to keep us sedated.

I'm currently struggling with it.  I have gotten off all other common addictions, sugar, caffeine, tobacco, alcohol, you name it. I've cut it out of my life or let it leave my life rather.

But technology has been by far the hardest and biggest hurdle to quit. The internet, youtube, FB, Apps, intsagram, twitter, tinder blah blah blah... so hard to get out of it. It's so sticky.

And it tricks you into feeling "disconnected" when you leave it. When it's actually the opposite.

 

I hear you loud and clear; you're right on-topic actually! I can't speak for everyone. Yet, I feel the "novocaine" addiction is a subconscious one, and maybe it's a self-defense/preservation mechanism for them to avoid feeling isolated. I don't blame them, peer pressure & technology have merged grealty with ego. With this, I think there needs to be shadow work on the negative uses of technology. Are we using it as a form of resistance from being present and authentic with those in front of us, person-to-person, flesh-to-flesh?  For those who don't want the sedation, thankfully there are intentional communities and people willing to hold space for one another in this new age community. Meetup is fantastic for using technology simply as a tool to further expansion with people face to face. 

I believe again, it all comes back to duality. In the contrast, we must use discernment to govern ourselves. Interesting enough, the reason I wrote on this topic, I went to college for IT/programming and business. Personally I found I only gained so much from the tech world, I had to part ways with it. I wasn't gaining the deep connection between colleagues or friends that I desired. Although, the same could be said for any other industry (depends on preferences). I know what you mean. It's extremely hard not to feel like an outsider if you are brave and revert to simplicity. I feel the most connected when I'm in nature. I get a massive surge of Native American energy pumping through my being. 

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43 minutes ago, HolographicLight said:

hear you loud and clear; you're right on-topic actually! I can't speak for everyone. Yet, I feel the "novocaine" addiction is a subconscious one, and maybe it's a self-defense/preservation mechanism for them to avoid feeling isolated. I don't blame them, peer pressure & technology have merged grealty with ego. With this, I think there needs to be shadow work on the negative uses of technology. Are we using it as a form of resistance from being present and authentic with those in front of us, person-to-person, flesh-to-flesh?

Okay, this is a little bit funny but i know a couple and i know that they met on the internet . I don't follow much of their stuff but  my husband gets notifications of their tweets and then tells me about it and honestly even after 10+ smth years it looks like this is the way they still communicate and understand each other ?

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