MR. MULTIVERSE: Exiting the Matrix

The release of the first Mr. Multiverse comic, SUPERHUMAN, is upon us, and so I thought it would be fitting to introduce what I do as Andrew Morrissey, also known as Mr. Multiverse, to all the awesome people following and supporting the dream. My hope is that one day what I’m doing on a daily basis isn’t just a dream but something to be shared as a collective whole.

Many of you know me as an entrepreneur, author, and comic book creator. That is just one fraction of what I do. Everything I do as Mr. Multiverse is based on spiritual experiences and growth. Just as Mr. Multiverse is founded on the idea of multiple realities, alternate timelines, and giving birth to the superhero within us all. My published superhero ebook, The Superpower of Intention, also discusses enhancing intuition through meditation and opening up the mind and is connected to my goals.

We can all be superheros like Mr. Multiverse if we learn how to abandon fear, doubt, and pain to embrace something much more complete and real. But in order to do that, we have something special within ourselves.

The Flash once said, “Life doesn’t give us purpose. We give life purpose.”

That “purpose” is to find ourselves by connecting to the world around us. By letting go of the things that hold us back from becoming who we’re meant to be, we are capable of doing so much more. The limitations humans place upon ourselves out of fear and other negative emotions because a false form of reality. We stop seeing the path that allows us to transform dreams into real life. But the more important thing is engaging in the true nature of existence. If our purpose is to find ourselves and become whole again, that can’t be done without first enhancing our sensitivity to the energies flowing in, out, and all around us.

Mr. Multiverse isn’t just a fancy name. If you’ve been following the blogs on my website, you may remember me talking about the possibilities of multiple timelines dancing all around us. Within these timelines is the unfurling of every scenario possible in your lifetime. The doors are constantly opening or closing, depending on the choices you make. But because so many gateways to the future exist, you’re not resigned to walk a single path forever.

People who are more mindful, more connected to intuition can even travel to these new timelines, also known as the New Earth Matrix. That is where the word “multiverse” comes into play.

Heightening your consciousness, though, is not something you can do overnight or in a matter of days. Gaining the ability to master your mind and change the world you dwell in is a process that takes extreme mental fortitude. You need to commit to this change every single day.

I know what you’re thinking: “That seems stupidly difficult. Why would anyone want to bother?”

Well, our favorite superheros didn’t have it easy from the get-go, either, now did they? The best superheros are the ones who struggle, breakdown, and then realize that there is a power deep inside that alters them. They become superhuman.

They awaken to the possibilities of the universe and bend reality to surmount what could be a catastrophic event.

Does this mean that by attuning to a higher frequency and gaining access to a higher level of spiritual consciousness you are going to be able to summon fire from the palms of your hands? Probably not. But if you commit to a daily meditation practice, for example, you could eventually learn how to elevate your body temperature to a point where you could sit naked in snow and never get frostbite.

Professor Xavier said it the best: “The greatest power on Earth is the magnificent power all of us possess. The power of the human brain!”

Honestly, the human brain is incredible. There is so much it can do, even when it’s been cut down to half it’s original size. The brain controls an entire network of nerves, muscle fibers, movements, and memories. Our bodies are something of a miracle. Therefore, we should stop thinking of miracles as these unobtainable and unfathomable happenings in our lives. Embrace the everyday miracle. Embrace the thing that you are. When you do, you can stop engaging in negative behaviors, like feeling down on yourself for a mistake that you made two days ago.

You can stop comparing yourself to everyone else. You can stop being afraid.

Sometimes, we have to let the brain and heart meld into a single, solidified entity. Let the “human,” the “ego,” slip away. It is our ego, after all, the creates the daily struggle and resistance against that which brings about change.

As powerful as our brains are, it is also extremely fragile. The brain likes falling into patterns, even if they are self-destructive or “safe.” Thus, we remain trapped inside this Old Earth Matrix, repeating the same painful actions day in and day out.

Therein lies another mission of mine. I want people to see what you could be capable of if you engage in mind-body practices. Sometimes, the very act of syncing the heart and mind is a scary thing. Not a lot of people are willing to step out of their comfort zone and challenge the routine they find themselves mired in. Perhaps through my artwork, videos, and stories, people will be inspired to don their capes and leap into the world refreshed. Or to activate their inner phoenix and heal old wounds or overcome illnesses.

You never know until you try.

Hopefully, we can learn to open our hearts and minds to one another to save the world together. The more people who resonate with one another on this energetic level, the greater chances of those unified powers have of lifting us into an entirely new level of existence. In this new multiverse, there will be no suffering. No sadness. There will only be tolerance, compassion, and light.

All of these themes will carry over into the story of Mr. Multiverse, to create a bridge between your reality and the next. I hope you’re as excited to read the adventures as I am to create them!

And so I leave you all with this: “Don’t limit yourself. Many people limit themselves to what they think they can do. You can as far as your mind lets you. What you believe, remember, you can achieve.” -- Mary Kay Ash (maybe not a superhero, but an incredible businesswoman that left behind an enduring legacy).

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