Hollywood actor Jim Carrey left a vacuous E! reporter dumbstruck on the red carpet this week by dropping truth bombs about the nature of reality.
The 55-year-old activist, who recently exposed the illuminati on national television, decided to speak out about the meaninglessness surrounding the New York Fashion Week event he was attending.
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When the E! reporter asked him why he arrived at the event alone, Carrey replied with an unexpected and brutal remark: “There’s no meaning to any of this, so I wanted to find the most meaningless thing that I could come to and join and here I am.
“You’ve got to admit it’s pretty meaningless.”
Collective-evolution.com reports: When reflecting on what we are truly here to do not solely as individuals, but as humanity as a whole, I do find his statement to ring true. Having been to plenty of fashion week events, both as a model and as a spectator in the past, I couldn’t agree more that there is a lack of meaning to events surrounding the idea of celebrating those who happen to have made it onto our screens or into our wardrobes.
“I don’t believe in icons.. I believe that peace lies beyond personalities.. I believe that it’s deeper than that. I believe we are a field of energy dancing through itself.”
We must begin to look beyond the hollywood take on who to idolize, what to wear, or how we should appear, and look within. Begin to see that we are all beautiful in our own way and stop giving our power away. There is so much more to explore than what the mainstream media is feeding us, and it is up to us to start the shift in releasing the need for their gimmicks and greed.
When we really take the time to consider the vastness of our universe and the depths of our being, it becomes almost baffling to think we would put so much time, efforts, and energy into anything which does not serve our higher purpose or highest good.
Now, if you want to go about fashion the conscious way and still admire the fact that it is an art in and of itself – then by all means, go right ahead! My point here is that we must go about it consciously and do it for ourselves, not for others. We must be comfortable in our being first and foremost, and if you wish to dress a certain way simply because you enjoy it – it is up to you to feel & decide. Disconnect, and reconnect with what’s truly important. Tune into your inner frequency and listen to your Soul.