• Box Technology

    You have a Box. You are not your Box. Neither are they their Box.

     

    This website is a Bubble in the Bubble Map of the massively-multiplayer online-and-offline thoughtware-upgrade personal-transformation game called StartOver.xyz. It is a doorway to experiments that upgrade your thoughtware so you can create more possibility. Your knowledge is what you think about. Your thoughtware is what you use to think with. When you change your thoughtware, you go through a liquid state as your mind reorganizes itself. Liquid states can bring up transformational feelings and emotions. Please read this website responsibly. By upgrading your thoughtware you build matrix to hold more consciousness. No one can do this for you. No one can stop you from doing it. Our theory is that when we collectively build one million more Matrix Points we will change the morphogenetic field of the human race for the better. Reading this whole website is worth 1 Matrix Point. Doing any of the experiments earns you additional Matrix Points. Please use Matrix Code BOXTECHN.00 to log your Matrix Points earned at this website on http://StartOver.xyz.

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  • Box Mechanisms

    1. YOU HAVE A BOX

    Everybody has a Box. You have a Box.

     

    The Box is made out of our thoughtware. Our thoughtware is what we use to think with about things. Our thoughtware is our belief system, our assumptions, our conclusions about things, our stories about things, our thinking patterns, our expectations, etc... We are mostly not aware of our thoughtware. We have not been trained to think about what we are thinking with, to look at what we look at the world with.

     

    To examine our thoughtware is like putting on glasses to examine the glasses that stand between you and the world.

     

    We don't interact really with the world as it is, we interact, meaning express and experience the world through the glasses of our thoughtware.

     

    It is possible that the thoughtware that you are carrying blocks you from intimacy without you being aware of it. Have you been in situation when you and your partner were arguing about who is right? Have you ever found yourself alone between you believed your were not lovable or beautiful enough or that no one understands you? Have you ever found that you were overwhelmed by a relationship, by another person?

     

    What if those situations are due to the thoughtware that you carry and have nothing to do with external circumstances?

     

    We carry thousands different thoughtware about how to relate to ourselves, others and the world. Those thoughtware make out our Box.

     

    The original purpose of our Box is to protect us, it is a defense mechanism that we create as a children before we are old enough to stand for ourselves. The thing is if we do not identify that survival strategy and do not grow out of it, it sticks around like a body glove that we forget that we had put on years earlier and never took off.

    We can be 30, 40, 50, 60 years old and are still dressed in this fake childhood accoutrements while desperately trying to relate to people. What gets to relate is the Box, the glove not who we truly are until we can dis-identify ourselves from it.

    SPARK001- You Have a Box.

    Experiment SPARK001.01: Things That Make Me Feel Like Me

     

    Experiments : Things That Make Me Feel Like Me

    Warning! According to the physics observer effect, which applies to the mechanics of the Box, the mere observation of a phenomenon inevitably changes that phenomenon. The mere observation of the Box automatically provokes the transformation of the Box. The transformation of the Box is called liquid state. Please read the Liquid State Bubble for context and experiments regarding liquid states.

     

    The experiment here is to get to know your Box. Only by looking at it from an external eye can you start dis-identifying with it.

     

    Keep your Beep Book handy and keep growing those lists for the next 6 months. Every time that you notice a story, an assumption, an expectation

     

    BOXTECHN.01 - 18 BOXES

    Read the 18 Boxes Bubble. Write down in your Beep Book which one of the 18 standard boxes you are, it could be that you are a mix of 2 or 3 boxes, usually not more than that.

     

    BOXTECHN.02 - List the stories that you have about yourself.

    Start each sentence with "I think I am... (beautiful, cool, not cool, ugly, not worthy, boring, irritating, smart, idiot, kind, adaptive, crazy, lovable, nice, bubbly, etc..." "I am a daughter, a son, a mother, a wife, a husband, a cheater, a businessman, a rich person, an elite, white, black, rich, poor, a refugee, ..." All those stories are part of your Box.

     

    BOXTECHN.03 - List the strategies that you use with members of the opposite sex.

     

    BOXTECHN.04 - List the strategies that you use with members of the same sex.

     

    BOXTECHN.05 - List the stories you hold about men.

     

    BOXTECHN.06 - List the stories you hold about women.

     

    BOXTECHN.07 - List the roles of your life

    And the respective expectations that go with them. For example: being a good father or husband, or a nice wife and mother, etc...

    2. YOU ARE NOT YOUR BOX

    You have a Box. You are not your Box.

     

    The dis-identification happens when we look at it straight in the eyes.

     

    SPARK002- You are not your Box.

    Experiment SPARK002.01: Box have conflict with the other person’s Box.

    3. Neither are They their box

    You have a Box. You are not your Box. Neither are they their Box.

     

     

     

    SPARK003- Problems with people come from expecting they should be different from their Box.

    Experiment SPARK003.01: "I withdraw forever this expectation that I have on you that..."

    4. Everything that happens is neutral.

    SPARK004- Everything that happens is neutral.

    Experiment SPARK004.01: Keep everything neutral with some who pushes your "meaning making buttons"

    Right & Wrong

     

    The Last Jedi, Moana, and the Etymology of Evil by Ian McKenzie

  • BOX BASICS

    by clinton Callahan