Ultraist Studios Blog Journal thoughts, musings and other rambling…

August 23, 2010


Filed under: Audio,Thoughts,Video — M Kitchen @ 10:27 pm

At the beginning of last week David Branstetter of Strawman Comics sent me this video by Stefan Molyneux from over at Freedomain Radio, which then started a discussion over at Cyper.com

Throughout the week, a recurring message has been coming at me in a steady stream of synchronicities. It started with this clip form the Ricky Gervais Show.


The idea of programming a virtual reality world for your perfect life gave me the realization that THIS life we are living is the one we should be programming. Especially if the talk of a holographic universe has anything to it (David Icke has been talking about this for some time now). We live this life once. Why not make it the life you want to live?

Next were two segments from Truth Frequency. The first was this one where Chris Geo talked of how he raised his own consciousness simply by starting his own radio show.


It confirms to me a suspicion I had in regards to becoming successful making comics full time. It really is a “cart before the horse” scenario that sounds completely backwards, but in reality seems to be the only way forward. The internal mind chatter says that first there must be success, and then it can become a livelyhood. But the only way to make it a successful livelyhood is by first living it.

The next segment from the show reinforced the idea that when you do what you are supposed to be doing, the universe (or God) provides.


Finally Jack Spirko summed it up with an answer to a question at the end of his Friday episode of The Survival Podcast. The twelve year old kid in me was always creating worlds and drawing comics.


As I mentioned over at Cyper, the “master / slave” relationship is something that has taken me nearly thirty six years to understand. We are born into this “master / slave” relationship, born into bondage. But what happens when you are finally able to break free of the Matrix? Then what? That is when the adventure really begins…

The journey is detailed in Plato’s Allegory of the Cave.
Here are two versions to watch.
One a literal animation.
The other an allegorical slide show.

Adding to the synchronicity of it all, this is what the core story of SPY GUY: First Strike is really about.


  1. Oh, if I could do that… the Jack Spirko said about going to a cabin, take the time off and be away from everything. Away from work, the computer, and just see things in front of me. Hear what’s around. Touch the environment.

    I remember the small amount of time I’ve spent travelling with family. It showed only a glimpse – a glimpse of enjoyment. Just when it became really fun, I’m already back at it.

    I see the solutions offered and it’s something I can’t do at this point. I will have to find some other means in the current situation I’m in to realize my prison.

    Perhaps the pain I’m in right now is telling me something is wrong. Really wrong. Do I have the courage to change that? Hm.

    Comment by macklc — August 25, 2010 @ 2:17 am

  2. The Kitchen Clan went camping at Algonquin Park last year… not even for a week… but being away from the day job, and the city and computers and all the worries of the world… it was one of those “moments of joy” that I need to start directing my life towards. I just got off the phone with my brother, having a conversation about the above post I wrote, and as I said to him; there are only so many things we can control, but out of those things we CAN control, it’s up to us to make the decisions and do the work. Blair has a problem with the idea of “creating our own reality” because it’s like trying to become God. I see what he’s saying, but in my mind, if I want toast for breakfast – I can make that reality happen. And this works for more than just toast.

    In response to your question: Do you have the courage to change that?

    This gets into the “cart before the horse” analogy… what if you first change that, and then find the courage?

    That is also the answer I keep answering to myself.

    Comment by M Kitchen — August 25, 2010 @ 2:42 pm

RSS feed for comments on this post.

Leave a comment

Powered by WordPress