Matrix Energetics - An Invitation to a Universe of Possibilities
Can the laws of physics be broken? Are there angels and guides watching over you? Does this supposedly rational universe have room for magic? “Absolutely,” teaches Richard Bartlett, “And that only scratches the surface of what's possible.” Over the years of teaching the technology of consciousness he calls Matrix Energetics, Bartlett and his partner Melissa Joy have seen inexplicable healings, radical transformation, and phenomena so absurd that they can only be called miraculous. With Into the Matrix, they offer a convention-shattering course for inviting guidance and grace into your life by accessing what they call “the field of the heart.”
Enter a Heart-Centered Frame of Reference
The field of the heart is our connection point to consciousness beyond bounds of normal time and space, yet we are usually unaware of it because we remain trapped in our conditioned, thinking mind. So how do you get out of your head? Fortunately, teaches Bartlett, the universe is always ready and willing to provide you with guidance. “Your guides can come to you as enlightened masters, archangels, superheroes, pink dolphins-anything!” Bartlett says. Drawing on the experience of their popular Matrix Energetics workshops, Bartlett and Joy help you get in touch with the guides that can lead you into a new frame of reference for your reality-a playful, heart-centered state of grace where literally anything is possible.
The true miracle of Matrix Energetics occurs when we awaken to who we really are. As Richard Bartlett says, “You are more than your thoughts, your body, or your feelings. You are a swirling vortex of limitless potential who is here to shake things up and create something new that the universe has never seen.” With unorthodox guidance and subversive wisdom, Richard Bartlett and Melissa Joy invite you to let go of your preconceptions, drop down into the field of the heart, and boldly go where you've never gone before-Into the Matrix.
©2013 Richard Bartlett, Melissa Joy (P)2013 Richard Bartlett, Melissa Joy
I have listened to this program a number of times and as usual the Matrix team continue to expound on the Matrix Energetics System
Richard and Melissa are Great together. Richard can be loud and in your face at times but his message is always on point. They teach how to get out of your head and into your heart where all possibilities are possible.
I am currently studying Walter Russell physics and was very open to both Richard's and Melissa's ideas
I have never liked Richard story about him driving 65 MPH in a raging snow storm.
What kind of idiot would do such a thing. I wish he would find a more credible story to relate to angels and archetypes.
I've been to multiple seminars on Matrix Energetics and practice it on a daily basis.
The benefits are tremendous.
Yes - I would love everyone to understand the Matrix.
All of it.
No - but I will now.
This program won't make much sense to people not already in the field of Matrix Energetics, or any similar mixture of science and spirit, but for a Matrix Energetics Practitioner-in-training like myself, I found the viewpoints and philosphy shared in this program to be quite expansive.
This book is not what you think it is; new age, free thinking and Universal. It’s a "Jesus says this" book, which is not a problem, but, not how it’s marketed and
not what I thought it’d be...
good introductio matrix work. well put together...worth your time. make sure you have stereo headsets.
Perhaps someone just beginning their exploration of alternative perspectives on living would find it inspiring and certainly the other reviewers seemed to enjoy this program but I would not seek any more publications from these contributors. I was disappointed and definitely not the right audience for their material.
While there are some flashes of useful insight, I found this program mediocre, obvious and repetitive overall.
This program would greatly benefit from an editorial review. I lost interest and skipped around quite a bit.
To ask open-ended questions more often.
The author seems to quote Christ and then contradict him, also suggesting Satan could be a pal in your spiritual quest.
Full of broad sweeping statements like: 'stupidity is genius'....er, actually I think stupidity is stupidity.
I gave up on this book after chapter 6 and wish I could have my money back!
"Poor audio quality, uninformed author"
Why quote scripture with no knowledge of it? This half baked new age clap trap deserves to be guided and shown grace to recover itself from the pit.
No. Even the audio quality was poor.
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