In this episode we take you on a journey through The Master Key concepts + the thought process and purpose behind the program. Part 1 of 3.
If we removed all the mental chatter, clutter, programming and restriction from how a human interacts with their life, what does that look like? What would the human experience be like?
Enter The Master Key, stage left.
"What I wanted to do with the The Master Key was to blow people’s perspective about reality wide open. So that when you go to interact with reality, you’re not only interacting with a bigger reality than than what you originally thought, but you’re more empowered within that circumstance. And you know what it means to be human in an unrestricted fashion. Because we've been so programmed from our childhood, we've been programmed from school, through authority, all of these different subtle programs that compress human consciousness + expression.
If you don't have a grounded, tangible experience of what your beliefs look like, and the fact that they can change, then it becomes really difficult for the self examination practices to really be useful + effective." -Ryan
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Ryan + Annie
Welcome to the immortal Odyssey podcast where we break esoteric spirituality, false light and predictive programming, and make the process of consciousness expansion tangible. I'm your host, Ryan Mintz,Annie Earhart:
together with Annie Earhart, and we are here to help you be more human.Ryan Mintz:
If we remove all of the clutter, if we remove all the programming, if we removed all of the subconscious activity from how a human interacts with their life, what does that look like? What does it look like if a human is actually connected to their environment, and not just not just the idea of connection, but they have a tangible, real feeling of connection. And this is important to grasp for people that if you can't feel it, in your body, if you can't feel what these things mean, then you just have an idea of something you cannot control what you cannot feel. So I'm going to talk about the master key today. And why I put the different sessions into that program, what the goal of those different sessions is what I wanted to accomplish with those different lessons. And how you can start seeing your life differently just by learning about some of these different lenses, because one of the things that I've noticed is that even if you, you know, the idea of energy, you know, the idea of beliefs, and you're starting to be introduced to it maybe in subtle ways in your life, there's so much more that you haven't explored yet. And so what I wanted to do with the the master key was to kind of blow people's not blow their minds, but blow their perspective about reality wide open so that when they go to interact with reality, they're not only interacting with a bigger reality than than what they originally thought. But they're more empowered within that circumstance. And they know what it means to be human in an under restricted fashion. Because we've been so programmed from our childhood, we've been programmed from school, we've been programmed through authority, all of these different subtle programs that compress human consciousness. And what I wanted to do was to procedurally take people through sessions that I knew would open them up to certain tangible feelings, that would allow them to interact with their reality with their family, with their kids with their, the way that they make money with the way that information comes into them in a completely different ways simply by understanding how some of these mechanisms work. And so what I wanted to talk about on today's podcast is some of the different sessions in the master key, what they're called, and what I wanted to accomplish in that session, and how it connects to the other sessions. Because some of them when you first look at first glance, it's like, oh, I know what beliefs are, I understand beliefs. And it's really easy to just say, okay, I've followed Joe dispenza, Joe dispenza, or what's the other guy, Bruce Lipton was who I was trying to think about who's done a lot of belief work. And there's, there's a lot of teachers out there that that claim to help you remove limiting beliefs. And what I want to clarify for people is, yes, the end result is that I help you remove limiting beliefs. But what I want you to do, and let's just start with the sessions, because I build this into the session. So the first session, the bedrock of your beliefs, what I wanted to accomplish with this particular session, was first to introduce people to the idea that their beliefs can change. Because if if they don't have a grounded, tangible experience of what their beliefs look like, and the fact that they can change, then it becomes really difficult for the self examination practices to really be useful and effective in the other things that I'm going to teach.Annie Earhart:
So within that first session, one of the things that is being taught is training your emotional intelligence to separate sensation from story and this whole entire session changes the way you experience emotion.Ryan Mintz:
Absolutely. And you've probably seen me talk about this on a lot of my posts where I kind of almost scoff at emotion a little bit. And I think that kind of triggers people intentionally as well, because I like to poke. People have such identities and their emotions and trying to get people to disconnect. The story from the emotion is really, really important for them to actually be able to reflect without the story being tainted by that emotional energy. They don't realize that emotions are energy just by themselves. And so learning that there isn't just one energy that flows to the body, but many, how do you tell the difference between them, and how do you separate the sensations in the body from the sensations of emotion from the sensations of experience from the sensations of intuition, from the sensations that you just generate, because of what you believe. And so it's really important to teach, especially on this first session is okay, I want you to learn the difference between what are sensations and what is your story. And that's what I started that session off with was a tangible exercise that immediately triggered people to bring up an emotion and start telling a story. And so what I wanted to do with that exercise was to introduce them to the fact that they are separate, that they're not the same entity, that the story and the emotion are not one in the same, that the emotion is just a signal, and to start to really show them that those things can be separated. And it was really successful at teaching them that because then it was wild. What I saw, like the weeks coming after that was was the level of self awareness that increased justice people separated their story from their narrative. And it was funny because to me, I thought that was like the bare minimum, I was like, okay, that I'm going to teach this because they need to know it, but I assume they already know this. And I was wrong. I, they, they didn't know it. And they didn't know how to even do that. And so what I had originally fathom for the master key, I started to kind of shift that around a little bit, once I started to see what people actually interacted with in terms of their self awareness. So I started to see Oh, people are still really, even if they know that they're supposed to feel their emotions, even if they know that they're not supposed to identify with their emotions. A lot of people still don't know how to separate the emotion from the story. And so I wanted to teach them how to separate those things. But then what, then I wanted to teach them okay, how do you process how do you how do you deconstruct the story, the the emotions, just a signal based on what you believe. But if we can get into that story and deconstruct it, then we can give your you can, you can find out what you believe, you can find out why you're feeling the thing you're feeling. And you can start to shift those narratives because you don't realize that those are only one truth. They're not true about everything, they're not universal truths, they are just things that you have not that you have taken as truth, and have not re evaluated. And what happens when you do that you start ignoring data that conflicts with what you believe is true. And you build up this really rigid framework that proves itself to you even though it is only one version of the framework that you could interact with,Annie Earhart:
I think that's one of the biggest openers of this program is how malleable reality actually is how malleable your your experience of reality actually is. Just knowing that having that physical, emotional mentals sensation of it opens up your world, unlike anything else,Ryan Mintz:
we get two kinds of people in the master key a lot of times either have the people who over rationalized, like we get a lot of over thinkers in the master, there's a lot of intelligence in there. And that's true. Like it's a lot of intelligent people, a lot of people who've done self awareness work, who have gone through even belief work, and only to kind of keep hitting walls with a lot of that work. And one of the things that I noticed, especially with beliefs, and I didn't like the word beliefs, from the beginning to I didn't want to be a belief coach. And that's not even when I end up being in this program. But most people think, oh, if I just change this one belief, or if I remove these limited beliefs, that's it, they don't realize that your beliefs are like every other structure. They're a system. They're connected and woven with a whole bunch of other elements. So your money beliefs don't stand alone, those money beliefs connect to beliefs about good and evil, they connect to beliefs about right and wrong, they connect to beliefs about your worthiness as an individual, they connect to beliefs about what you look like they connect about, to beliefs about what you think the value of your product is. And so all of these different beliefs are all interwoven, while they can seem separate on their own. And while you can change a limiting belief in one area, that does not get to the big picture of what the master key ends up doing. So as we kind of segue into the second session, what I wanted to initially teach people was okay, here's, here's how you start to recognize your beliefs. And here's how you start to know what you believe. Because most people don't even know what they believe they, you know, they'll feel things about things, they'll feel emotions, they might have some self awareness, but they don't know what they believe about specific topics, or won't be able to track the different nested beliefs and connected beliefs that are connected to all of those different things. So I wanted to teach people first one, your beliefs can change, and we want to make sure that they know that so they can change them on purpose. And two, I wanted to show them that their beliefs created their real experience of reality. And so we showed that over the course of like, just quite a few different exercises. How distinctly your beliefs change your reality, not just the idea But giving them practical experience of of that concept in their life so that they can see Oh, not only have I changed my beliefs before that did change my reality, I've changed my beliefs many times. And now I know I can change them on purpose. And then I teach them how to change them on purpose, so that you can start to rewrite some of those scripts. Well, now you have a tool set. And this is in the first two sessions, that a tool set that allows them to, in real time, know separate their story from what they're feeling, know what they believe, start to rewrite what they believe, and use that information to connect them to the other nested beliefs that they're holdingAnnie Earhart:
people who tend to over rationalize, try to like brain, their way through stuff and struggle with indecision. This is all getting addressed. All of this is getting addressed within these first two sessions, because indecision always shows you where you don't know what you believeRyan Mintz:
we introduce people to these concepts really early on. But I also realize that it takes a long time for this to really ground into their their everyday life in a way that they can actually maneuver with agility. Initially, what happens is, it's an inundation of data, because your consciousness was used to operating on a very small amount of data. And suddenly, we blew this wide open, and there's a ton of new information that you weren't paying attention to. That information was always there, but you weren't paying attention to it. And suddenly, all of this new information is available to you. And it's not that it makes your indecision worse, your indecision will never go back to where it was, you can't unlearn you can't unknow what you know, and you can't go backwards, knowing what you're going to learn from this particular program. But it does give you new information to have to process it's a new adventure. For me, I really enjoy the transformations that come from this program, even as I've gone through. And as I continue to use the exercises that I teach, it's really fascinating to me, to be able to track all of those different signals in real time to not only because it translates to so many different areas of your life, it translates to how you eat, it translates to how you interact with people, it translates to how your relationships unfold, it translates to how you raise your children how you move, right, so many people are afraid of pain, they're afraid of injury, they've had injuries in the past, they're there, there's things that have happened to their physical body that tensions have arisen. And I wanted to give people the framework to understand why their body reacts the way that it does. And one of the things that I had to have the foresight in with the master key is to understand that this program is a really, really big map. It's a really big program. And you're not going to get everything out of it going through at one time, even just the first session, you could watch six times to have the, to see how those beliefs map into your life and get more conviction from how those things interact. And to practice some of those exercises and to, to introduce yourself to those levels of energy, I had to take those ideas and understand Okay, yeah, I could introduce them to these concepts early on. But people are still going to struggle to find out what they believe because it takes practice, it takes opening up to those energies. And it takes instead of logical thinking, it takes symbolic thinking to a large extent, and being able to think symbolically to be able to think subjectively, to be able to read energy in a scenario and actually realize what you are reading in some of those situations, it takes being progressively introduced to certain concepts, so that as you get into the later sessions, certain foundations have been put in place so that when I do teach you about energy, when I teach you about the energy pathways flowing through the body, we've already got certain belief cues in place to allow those things to develop more quickly. Could these be taught in different orders? Could you go out of order and learn some of this stuff and get tremendous transformation? Absolutely, you could, you could do one of these sessions and your life will never be the same. You can pick any session at random and your life will never be the same beyond your wildest dreams because there's just so much potential in that program. But I also wanted it to have a bigger picture effect.Annie Earhart:
It's all nonlinear. So it's, it's, I would say maybe a challenge is unraveling it into a linear experience.Ryan Mintz:
And I teach all the time. And almost Another thing I scoff at is linear thinking because so many people come to me wanting a linear answer. I have this problem. What can I do to fix it? Right and they want an ABC kind of step by step process to fix every kind of problem in the thing in can there be that solution absolutely there that people historically have thought that way they've operated that way they've come up with linear solutions to problems, not realizing that every problem is nonlinear at the most fundamental levels. They are energetic, they are belief based. They are Based on a lot of different mechanisms that if you can't feel those mechanisms, if you hadn't been introduced those mechanisms, you'd never even know that they were there. And so being able to introduce people to those mechanisms and help them to develop the skill set of navigating that allows them to change that underlying interactivity with a lot more precision and control your interactionAnnie Earhart:
with the field of reality around you depends on your lenses. And you got to realize that there's opportunities for the things that you want in your life, all around you at all times. But your lenses prevent you from seeing them. Think aboutRyan Mintz:
how focus works, a type of your soul wants a type of focus, your soul takes tremendous focus just to be here in a physical body. And learning the skill of focus is really important for what you experience here. And so to augment our ability to develop focus, lenses are put in place. And when I say lens, it's a made up concept. But I want you to think about it, you have you have a sunglasses lens, you have a bifocal lens, you have a dirty lens, you have lenses that have all kinds of different coatings on them, depending on which ones you put in your glasses. And depending on which lens you use, you're going to see a different spectrum of reality. And we all have lenses, we're constantly adjusting them, we're cleaning them, we're, we're swapping them out for a slightly different lens. And those lenses are built by our beliefs, they're built by our experiences, they're built by preconceived notions, all of these different kinds of concepts build that that lens that we see through, it's just a function of humanity, it's a function of humanity, we all have these lenses. And initially, they're part of our baseline templates that help us focus. Because otherwise, there just be so much information and so much data and so many things to process, when we don't have the skill to process it, that will just be a distraction, it'll just be a huge energy leak. So initially, what we want to do, and I don't want to, I didn't want to show people in the master key, all of their lenses right from the beginning, because if I showed all of their lenses right from the beginning, they haven't adapt, they haven't developed the skill, to be able to navigate those things in real time, I will just basically say, okay, you stand at the bottom of this river, and I'm going to open up the dam, and you have to just stand there. And that's not, that's not kindness. That's not, that's not good coaching. And so part of what I wanted to do was to progressively introduce them to really, really deep, really big concepts that they could absorb pieces of. So I had to have a couple of different levels of understanding as I was building these programs, was first to understand that the first watch through when they go through this entire program, they're going to get one half of 1% of what I've put in there, no matter how much they think they got from that session, there, the next time they watch it, it's going to go three layers deeper. And there's a lot of layers. And the more you start to really get into those deeper layers, you realize how profound some of the things are in this program, that how they connect together and how much power they give you in your life. That is a really important factor for how to kind of understand how I'm putting this program together for even for new people now, who are going to be coming into the program, maybe without coaching and working with me directly, to be able to navigate this program for themselves to be able to watch those sessions as a beginner, somebody who has no previous spiritual experience, somebody who has very is just beginning the site learning psychology, even somebody who's just beginning to learn about themselves and what they're feeling. And they they don't realize that there's such a bigger story to be told here. You know, some people are just learning what their emotions mean, because nobody's taught emotional intelligence as a kid, usually. Maybe now they're starting to be taught and, but historically, people who are our age, we're not taught that. So you have to learn how to be emotionally intelligent. But that means you have to initially define your emotions so that eventually you can learn to undefined them, and disconnect them from the stories and different things because how you define them at one stage is not the end definition, either.Annie Earhart:
What I think is so beautiful about this program is that you can be literally on any level of humanity and gain so much expansion through it for whatever that means in yourRyan Mintz:
life. It's easy to be intimidated, by the way that I speak about things the way that I teach on social media or teach in the podcast or teach any if they've watched some of the videos on YouTube or any of my content from the past. It's easy to be in too intimidated by it thinking that it's that I'm a little bit larger than life that the content is a little bit larger than life that it's hard to really even understand if you can grasp it because some of it might go over your head. So the thing that I wanted to really do with this program was to make it accessible to anyone who comes into this platform, whether they have a spiritual background or they've done plant medicine ceremonies, or they've done none of it and to a large degree If they have done none of it, it's probably better for them because they're going to skyrocket so quickly. They can't even imagine the amount of transformation that will come for somebody like that. But for anybody, but it'sAnnie Earhart:
funny, you always hear like, I don't know, like sports coaches and whatever, say, I'd rather have someone without any bad habits or whatever, you know, like without any things to undo. And that would be like that that fresh person coming in. And if you've been practicing for a while, and you have formed certain things, will will help you see that and help you undo the whatever, you know,Ryan Mintz:
I just don't think that's a really good analogy, while at the same time, that doesn't even matter. It doesn't. It's funny, because everybody has their shit, everybody has programming, I don't care how much of this work they've done, if they come into this program, I'm going to their their whole sleight is going to change in a really empowering way. So the thing I don't want people to think is it's a change that is just challenge, it is going to come with challenge like any change does, but it is both accessible to anybody. And it is something that your soul is asking for, you will get called to this work,Annie Earhart:
even if you don't know why we've had so many people in the program, dm both of us and say, I don't know why I'm here, but I just I couldn't resist the call. And after the program is over, maybe a month rolls by and they're like, oh my gosh.Ryan Mintz:
So let's move into probable selves. So our third session, and like I said, I wanted to map a lot of these things out. And we come back to a lot of these concepts later on in the program. But I wanted to introduce the first couple of sessions, at least in this podcast today to give you an idea of why I'm even teaching some of the stuff that I'm teaching. And with this next session, I taught probable selves. And something that people may not know is we are a multi part we are a multi dimensional being. And when you consider what that actually means, in practicality is we are an individuation of a much larger Gestalt consciousness. And we are both connected to that Gestalt while also being separate and individuated. from it. Well that Gestalt consciousness is made up of many other versions of identity, we are one of those identities, but at the same time, because we are connected to that Gestalt consciousness, we are also connected to these other aspects of ourselves. So if you've heard me talk about we have many aspects and we've we've got all these different personalities. And these personalities come together to coalesce into a larger Gestalt personhood, this is kind of what I'm referring to. So we are multi persons, we have many aspects of ourselves that are connected at all times. And this is just a good example. And something that I teach much more practically in the program. But I take people into a time in their past when they hit a fork in the road. And this is just literally you can do this while you're listening. I took you back to a fork in the road. And I said, Okay, at that point in time, you decided to go be a doctor, instead of being a painter, what I wanted to introduce people to was, okay, go back to that time where you instead of deciding to go to be a painter or a doctor, you're at that moment. Can you imagine what the other choice would have been? Can you think of ideas of where that path would have led from that past moment? So for me, like, let's say, I went back to when I was competing in gymnastics, and that day, I broke my back. And what I can do in those moments is I can imagine a different vault run where I don't break my back. Well, what does that mean about my future? What if I didn't have the future that was created out of that broken back and tied to all of those different prenatal strings? Well, there's a probable self that has lived a life in which I did not break my back at that time. And I can connect to that other probable self and the knowledge that other probable self developed, and use that to my advantage. And what I wanted to introduce people to was just the fact that if you can imagine those things, if you can look at all those other scenarios, you can actually use those techniques and go back into those timelines and change them. So that a different timeline and field of probability and feel the possibility starts to open up for you. And this can be a really, really effective tool for changing a lot of ways that you interact with with your world, just by exploring other probable selves and other probable realities. So what I really wanted to introduce people to from this third Portal was to show them how interconnected they are not necessarily interconnected with the person across from them at the table, and all humans are one and all that mumbo jumbo. I wanted to give them a tangible connection to themselves, that their personality that their personhood is much more vast, it is much more nuanced. It is much more vivid in personality than they may have otherwise considered. And there's a way to connect to it, so they can feel it. Because if you can't feel that connection, you like the idea of it, it's really fun to like the idea of, Oh, I'm multi dimensional, I'm connected to all these things. But if you cannot feel what it means to be multi dimensional, then you have no experience of multi dimensionality you just like the idea. And that was really important factor for this program was to not just say your multi dimensional, not just say, your multi persons, but really bring people through progressive steps to literally and tangibly introduce them to their multidimensionality, to their other aspects of self, to their other connections of wisdom, so that they could really take that and use it practically in their waking life, if they do the work connected to those exercises,Annie Earhart:
my experience of this of these practices, and this concept has been, you go down paths of what might have happened or what could have happened, but you use that to your advantage. It's not to lament something, it's to learn the lessons that that version of you going through those things, making those choices, the lessons that that version of you is learning, and you can tap into those lessons and can tap into the wisdom that that version of you is gaining going through their adventures, and then you bring it back to you and apply it to your life.Ryan Mintz:
So now we've taken you through the first three sessions of the master key we've taught we've, I wanted to introduce people that their beliefs are separate from their story, that their beliefs can be changed, I wanted to introduce them to the idea that they they could start to really know what they believe they can start to track their nested beliefs, and all these other interwoven connections, and they can see them in real time through their conversations through the way that they make choices, and they will feel and see it. And then I introduced them to their probable selves. So they can see all of these different probable selves that have all of these different sets of beliefs that are exploring all different aspects of personality. And each of those aspects of personality are adding to the fulfillment of their greater personhood, and they have access to the vast ocean of personality that they can use to express themselves with. So now they're changing their beliefs, they know what they believe they're connecting to larger aspects of themselves. And now they're gaining clarity, they're gaining connection, they're gaining the wisdom that they need at any of those moments.Annie Earhart:
And what happens is your world exponentially expands in size, like the possibilities and in what you can become what you can learn what you can use to build the thing that you want.Ryan Mintz:
If you really take what I teach in the probable selves session, and you understand how to change your future by changing your past, you understand how to pick probable timelines. And this is something that I go into much more deeply later on. And we practice picking probable timelines and understanding how those probable timelines evolve, and how those probable timelines show up in decisions that you're making and ideas that you have. And so how do you then deconstruct and realign with which probable realities that you're trying to create for yourself so that you can be more disciplined and more precise with how you are directing your attention with how you're directing your focus with how you're coordinating your reality, so that you are constantly aware of what energies are flowing through you. Because if you just liked the idea of something, but you're not aware of those really nuanced, subtle energies, and you're not directing them on purpose, you're still disempowered.Annie Earhart:
So that brings us to the fourth portal is called the playful intellect. And once this stuff is beginning to open in your world, and your experience, it gets, like I mentioned really big in the, if you're going through the master key for the first time, you might start to take everything really seriously,Ryan Mintz:
it's really easy to get overloaded with new data. And this something I mentioned a little bit ago, that when your world opens up in this way, this is not a metaphor. This is this is a literal opening up of data pathways that you are not used to and, or even data pathways that you have used that you just didn't even realize you're using them. And so once you realize that you have been using them, you can expand them, but you can't expand them until you know that. And so what is happening is you have a large bandwidth increase very, very quickly as you enter into this program. And in order to not get overwhelmed with things being overly important, we needed to introduce a different way of being because when your consciousness expands when you're aware of that much more data, you can shut yourself down very quickly if you're not willing to be playful. And ultimately the goal of this program is not to make your life more serious. The goal of your this program is to bring you more clarity, it's to bring you more embodiment. It's to bring you an ability To interact with your reality in a much more potent and tangible and pointed way.Annie Earhart:
And to do that you need to loosen up your mind enough to play and explore.Ryan Mintz:
So I wanted to teach people to play and explore. And I want to teach people how to basically learn to live by their heart, but not to go to such an extreme that they stop using the rational mind to process and I'll talk about this more when we get into the later Sessions is I wanted to teach people how to use they're entered into what their intuition was, what the what the signals of their intuition, are delivered as and why they get delivered in that way. So that you can clear that the noise away from what your intuition really is. And ultimately, what I wanted to lead people to is to live a more playful life, meaning the stakes are not so high, it's so common that we get new information or we start looking at new data, we're trying to fix something. And then our steaks get really, really high. And I wanted to make sure that people are not just making their steaks higher, they're able to enjoy their life at a larger degree. So what's the point of knowing what you believe? What's the point of having like doing all the energy exercises that I teach and building up your energy pathways, and improving your vitality and understanding the areas and zones of your body that that might be teaching you something about your psychology. And ultimately, it's all meant to give you a vocabulary about your body signals, and be able to read them. So you know what energies are coming through your body, you know, what your body's sensations are telling you without the outdated definitions that you've lived on up until this point. So it's a process of redefining, and then being able to express in a better way, and not just like be more expressive or artistic or any of these kinds of things. But understanding all these areas that you overthink all of these areas that you have anxiety, all these areas that you're afraid to ask for your needs to be met all these areas that you're afraid of selling your coaching business, or starting your coaching business, or any of these things. These are all based on beliefs. And there's a probable self who has been successful at going through those types of scenarios, and building the discipline within you to follow the playful intellect to follow your ability to track the energies differently in your life.Annie Earhart:
So it's this playful creativity versus this rational seriousness. And the point is not to ignore the playfulness of the intellect,Ryan Mintz:
one of the most fundamental things that I end up teaching in the master key is about the unpredictable nature of consciousness. So if we are actually to be playful, if we're actually to interact with our world in the most empowered way, we need to understand the areas of our life that we keep trying to make predictable. And how do we step away from that predictability and allow unpredictability to flourish. So the way that consciousness works is it is inherently unpredictable in the way that it is creative. So for us to have freewill in this world, the way that consciousness creates, our future needs to be unpredictable. And this is a really hard concept for people to understand. So all time is simultaneous. So if you imagine time like a tapestry, then our present moment is a location a coordinate on that tapestry. And your childhood self is also located on that tapestry at the same time. So you did not technically grow from being a child to being who you are. Now, this version of you in this moment, listening to this podcast has always been there listening to this podcast, your consciousness steps through its probable selves, and all of them exist simultaneously. So that child self is there as much as you are. Now in order for your past and your future to be created from the present moment. Meaning that child self has a future and a past created from it. You have a future and a past created from you, and all of those other aspects of yourself who you are connected to also have their future and past that are created from their present moment. So how are these all connected? Well, the only way for your future and your past to already be created. And for it to be creating itself in real time is for consciousness to be unpredictable. So let's say that you're at the center point, your future and past have already been created as you are this moment. And then you go to change your beliefs you go to switch your probable fields. Well, once you switch that belief, and you switch that probable field that old past and future still exist that was already created. Well, that new belief creates all new past and future that also exists and the way that that is created is unpredictable. The way that consciousness forms those time timelines is inherent. unpredictable.Annie Earhart:
So we are the energy flowing through the structures of this tapestry structures, meaning versions of body versions of self, we're the energy flowing through it, instead of us growing physically,Ryan Mintz:
we still experience ourselves growing physically. So the The point is, there's two layers of things that are happening, there's the spiritual layer of things that are happening. And there's the physical human things that are happening. As a physical human, you are stationed in the experience that you're having here. But there's other versions of you that you are also connected to, that are having completely different experiences today. And that version of you has a past and future that overlaps with yours, probably, and is also different from yours in different ways. And so both of those exists. And as you change your trajectory, and you're doing this all the time. So today, let's say that originally, let's say this morning, we decided to go to the gym. And there's another probable self who decided not to go to the gym. Well, the way that our day unfolded, in either case, might have still had certain events or criteria that that were meant to unfold in that day, as part of the kind of larger energy structures that are there. But the way in the process that it unfolds is unpredictable. So you won't know it before it happens. If you're going to make calls, like finishthe coffee at 7:
15am, or you're going to finish it at 7:30am or 723, or 728. And this is an oversimplified example. But what I want to point out is that there is a lot more complexity to these inner workings that the version of you who decided not to go to the gym, and is making choices throughout that that version of us day, and is choosing what to eat or choosing what time to do X, Y, and Z, what time to do the podcast, whatever it is, that version of you is connected to this version of you who is now recording this podcast. And those two are communicating whether you're aware of that communication or not. So there's overlap between those different probable fields for these things to have free will, right, there's things that are that seem pre determined because of how your energy causes them to coalesce. And if they seem pre determined, it is only because your beliefs cause the energy to flow through you in a certain way. And that causes that to coalesce in a certain way. And then you experience the events that you felt like you were going to experience. So so I'm trying to distill a really complicated idea. So you may not understand it just from what I've spoken to here. But what I wanted to get to with this particular session in the master key was, was this idea of unpredictability is that you can't you your desire to make something solid, the desire to make something predictable is something that your ego is constantly doing, your identity wants to be solid, because outside of this construct, it isn't solid, it is unpredictable. And so there's this drive to make things predictable, while at the same time when you learn to live in alignment with the unpredictable nature of reality, that is much more empowering in the way that it can allow you to express it the way that it can allow you to approach your day, the way that it can allow you to make decisions. Because you're no longer saying, Okay, I need to predict all of these different outcomes, I need to know all of the different variables before I can get started, you then step back and realize, wait, I couldn't predict them, even if I wanted to.Annie Earhart:
That's such a huge permission that we can give to ourselves is instead of needing things to be predictable, instead of needing to know exactly how things will turn out to feel safe, you become rooted in the internal safety of yourself and become playful. So you no longer need things to go a certain way you no longer need things to be predictable in order to function in order to thrive.Ryan Mintz:
So in the second session, we basically broke down a whole bunch of things, they had a homework assignment, and we broke down a ton of stuff that they believed. And so they had this huge amount of vocabulary to start to understand, okay, this is, this is what I was thinking, This is what I believe this is what I was feeling. And they can start to see the patterns for what they believed. And then in this session, we talked about the unpredictability, and how do we even approach this work, so that it can be a lot more tangible to them. And then also talking about how do you actually interact with this unpredictability? What kind of mindset Do you want to start to adopt? And what kind of flexibility of mind Do you want to start to adopt as you go through some of this stuffAnnie Earhart:
and you really notice how much of a control freak you are in every little thing. It's it's very funny when this happens, and it's a very humbling little fun human moment where you realize that you're a backseat driver for literally everything, then you don't need to beRyan Mintz:
it's even it's it's another layer deeper than that, too. So there's two things that conflict a little bit with with these ideas is on one hand when you start to remap your beliefs and you start to see them and you start to get them in alignment with What you want yourself to be, so you're no longer operating on what your parents programmed you to be in what society programmed you to be, but you're integrating your other aspects, you're starting to be more empowered, you're starting to know really what you believe, by choosing what you believe. And so what can happen is, and you'll find this as you go through this program is it compresses time considerably. So what you think is, is months and months of time, it's only been a couple of days, or even a week or two of time that has passed as you've gone through some of these concepts, it can compress time really, really considerably. However, at the same time, we have to let go, the idea that we want things to happen instantly, because of other conflicting beliefs that happen, we have so many conflicting beliefs about our reality about ourselves about how things work, that we need to ease off in certain ways so that we can get out of our own way so that we can plug energy leaks so that our attention can refocus. So that when we do cultivate beliefs about money, so we didn't we do cultivate beliefs about our business, our program ourselves, we have the right quality of patience, that allows these things to actually have time to coalesce to actually absorb our attention well enough to to gather their own kind of momentum and energy. Because a lot of times what happens, and I'll say this a million times, this is not a manifestation program, I'm not going to teach you how to manifest manifestations bullshit. And there's no, there's there's so much wishful thinking that that occurs in manifestation. And I'll talk about that in another podcast probably just by itself, but it's just so loaded. It's so load, it's not only so loaded, but it's such a an idea that that is meant to it's a rescue program. Again, it's another thing that people think they can just manifest something and feel better relationship money, these kinds of things. And because they're focusing on it, sometimes they have a couple of wins. But it's extremely inconsistent, because it operates on ideas that are not accurate. It operates on on a misunderstanding of how energy flows through our blueprints, and misunder stands how beliefs interact with that how conflicting beliefs interact with that, how it causes our attention to go in different ways. There's just so many more layers beyond just a intention setting ritual, or a manifestation technique, or any of these things that people to earn meditation on, on manifesting your dreams, or whatever these things are, those things don't work. They're a huge energy suck. And they might give you little bread crumbs of hope and things here, because they make a lot of sense, they sound really good, it'd be really cool to see it, you have some teachers who got lucky one time. And so they claim that this stuff works really, really well. And it's magic. And of course, that emphasis that happens through the lens of their beliefs. But what I wanted to do with this program was to take instant gratification out of the equation was to help people live a real tangible human life is to know themselves better, so that they can change the beliefs about why does money show up the way that it does in the quantities that it does. And they know their belief structures that are in place that are causing that template to be activated in that particular way, as opposed to just something that's a get rich quick, or I feel good or manifest the perfect relationship because I wanted people to understand cultivation. It's so important that this all the tools that I teach in these programs are about cultivation, it's skills that need to be developed across a huge bandwidth of information. Because as our consciousness expands, as human consciousness expands, it's going to be faced with more data, it's going to have more to process, it's going to feel more energy, it's going to have more emotional bandwidth, polarity is going to be larger, not smaller, helping people to learn to navigate this stuff in real time early on, and giving them the tools to know themselves and to readjust is much more important than the instant gratification ideas that can come from some of these new age spiritual teachings. Now, thatAnnie Earhart:
being said, the better it gets, the better it gets. So it's not like you have to have all these little, not little, you have to have all these skills perfected and be adept at all of this stuff before you start seeing the life of your dreams, whatever. No, that's not how it works.Ryan Mintz:
Like I said, time compresses significantly through the master key and the techniques that I teach. I multiplied my money more than 10 times over the course of a month or two, at least and and so just switching some of the things that I taught. So it's not that this stuff can't lead to the things that I'm saying it's not doing it can and it probably will for a lot of people in a really powerful way. But the goal was to teach people how to shift that for themselves because not everybody that's not everybody's work. That's not everybody's thing that they're working on. Everybody would love the idea of it. But one of the reasons we don't have those things happen is because the lessons involved in how we get to there is are also really, really important for our own self awareness.Annie Earhart:
So you mean the idea of it it being manifestation?Ryan Mintz:
Yeah. So it being manifestation, it being the thing that they think will read skew them from a compressed consciousness, you know, so they're they're experiencing some kind of compression, whether there's a lack of clarity, whether it's a lack of clarity, or it's a lack ofAnnie Earhart:
perceived choices and options that you can go into. So what are the different kinds of ways that consciousness gets compressed, you say, compress consciousness a lot, but let's talk about a little bit more.Ryan Mintz:
So people have an experience of compressed consciousness, such that they look for something to help them feel decompressed, they don't usually know this, right, this is a very subtle idea, they feel a sense of compression that like they are, they have more to offer, like there is a larger amount of data and or knowledge or wisdom, or clarity, or money, or any of these things that if if that opened up for them, that would bring them to that next level, that they feel this sense of compression. And that's true. Think about it, you have this huge Gestalt personhood, this huge soul mass that is, is going through a funnel into your one identity, and you're limiting yourself to that one identity. And because you're mentally limiting yourself to that one identity, you're limiting yourself to all of the knowledge and all of the data and all of the sensations that that identity could possibly expand into, of course, you're completely compressed, when you have 1000 other aspects of you that are asking to, to connect with you to have that kind of attention. So I wanted to help people decompress their consciousness, but not just say, here's, here's an expansion of consciousness, here's all this new data, do all these psychedelics and blow your doors wide open, it was meant to give people a grounded experience of their multidimensionality and of this data, which means bringing it to a level where it is not only practical, but it's something that if they only watch through the sessions, one time they get the layer of data that they needed to be able to process even if there's many, many more layers in there. So it was important to not only expand their consciousness, but give them a platform to live in. Once that has happened, because otherwise you kind of go get lost initially. AndAnnie Earhart:
this uncharted territory, of course, that's, of course, my experience of the master key and the way that this program is built, there's a really amazing landing place, through the community and through all of the archived coaching, and all of the conversations happening inside the keyholders community, which, by the way, is everybody that has ever gone through the master key program. So you have a thriving pool of willingness and knowledge to help you assimilate all this stuff.Ryan Mintz:
So this is the first four of 16 sessions. And we're going to go through some more details on some of the other sessions as well. And you'll find in the next couple of weeks of podcasts, as I start to explain what the different sessions are for I'm going to tie them back together. So you understand why I taught the things that I taught, why I taught them in the order that I taught them. And what you can kind of expect as you go through this program, because obviously, we just spent 40 minutes talking about the first four sessions and I didn't teach a darn thing that that is actually in the program, I probably gave you a lot of little ideas and planted a lot of seeds, I hope. And I want you to kind of see yourself in the shoes of somebody who has gone through this program. So that you can really feel the magnitude of transformation that can come from it. Because I don't want to sell it to you as a as a get rich quick, I don't want to fix all of your problems, I want you to fix your problems, I want you to be empowered to step through them, I want you to understand why they are happening in your life, I want you to understand why they are, why you can how you can change them, even if you have lived with them your entire life, how you can make the choices and realign your energy and to do the skills and the techniques that I teach in the program to allow that to shift in really miraculous ways really, really quickly. But I am not going to rescue you, I will absolutely under no circumstances make you feel better. If anything, most of the time. If you've ever been in a coaching program with me, I'm really good about holding the frequency. So when I hold the frequency I am setting and I establish a certain level of excellence in terms of responsibility. I want you to be empowered, I want you to take the personal responsibility of what this program can be. But I wanted to put all of the cards into your hand so that you had all of the tools that you needed to navigate these things, even if you don't get it the first time through even if you don't get it completely and you don't have all of the awareness that you need to kind of navigate it perfectly the first few sessions I wanted to build this map so that if you have to go through the program a couple of times by the time that you have gone through it once or twice, you will have such an arsenal of tools to know why things are happening in your life to know how to change them and to change Have them in the way that you want. So that you can start to create the relationships with your wife or kids in the exact way that you want so that you can create the business in the way dynamic that you want. So that the clients that show up to your business are your tribe are people that are connected to your soul or people that that light you on fire for the things that you want to teach. And that's what I wanted to bring to the table for this is not for me to give you some quick fixes or any of these kinds of things, but for you to have the tools that you need to be more human. So I hope you've enjoyed our little introduction to the master key today. I hope you've gotten a little bit out of it, as I've introduced, hopefully some new concepts to you that that might expand your horizons just a little bit. I encourage you to stay tuned for the next couple of weeks because I'm going to introduce some other exercises and some other concepts that are getting deeper and deeper as we go into this portal. As always, I hope you enjoyed the show. Thank you so much for listening.Annie Earhart:
We'll see you next time.