THE HOLOGRAPHIC CANVAS: The Fusing of Mind and Matter
by Sonia Barrett
“The concept of immortality can perhaps be more willingly embraced when it is understood that reality does not exist externally but is reflected as a visual illusion validated by the five senses. Scientists have not yet elected to place focus on the potential of the human mind and the thought process in communicating with stem cells in our bodies. We then have the ability to direct the repair of nerve damage, tissue and limb replacement in our own bodies. The cycle of death is then supported by our shortsightedness of the body’s natural renewal capabilities.”
I understand the nature of your plight in feeling under the thumb of the survival program and the illusions set before you.
I understand the tug-a-war within you in finding a way out or over. I understand the difficulty in letting go of the codes and programs established by those who govern the systems in place. I also understand that as individual souls we hold the key to the dissolution of our creations.
Much love and gratitude to you,
Book Description as posted on Amazon.com
The Holographic Canvas explores many possibilities, one of which raises the question, “is Earth as we know it but a matrix or system of programs? Is death then a necessary process or is it simply part of the matrix program? Is it then possible that the concept of dying will cease to exist once humanity uncovers the deception?” Sonia Barrett proposes that human bodies are vehicles not yet turned on but designed to make molecular modifications according to the vibration of our consciousness. She takes us on a journey of our existence in a holographic world, as she states “a virtual game; an assortment of illusions strung together by the brain and the mind. It’s an exploration of the illusion of a solid world generated by fluid movements against a canvas of energy, all of which is taking place against the backdrop of the void.” Barrett concludes that the answers are all tied into the forgotten past and like the single cell of a plant our history is encoded in our cells, DNA and the air we breathe.