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Matrix Energetics applies the principles of quantum physics as a unique and effective approach to healing. Matrix Energetics sometimes appears magical in its expression but is based on the laws and expression of subtle energy physics and the concepts and laws of quantum physics, superstring theory and Sheldrake’s Morphic Resonance. Matrix Energetics is a complete system of healing, self-care and transformation. It is powered by intent and has a physical and observable effect every time. The client will often see and feel a wave-like motion when Matrix Energetics is applied, as the person being worked on experiences a smooth wave of transformation and the body seems to drop in a completely relaxed wave instantly. Matrix Energetics practitioners use specific methods of powerful focused intent, combined with application of a light touch method for identifying the parts of the body where the Matrix Energetics “wave” will yield optimum results.
What seems to be happening is that the unconsciousness and the biological physical fields are interacting. According to modern physicists, all reality can be described as vibrations and waveform patterns, that everything is light and information. Biological information fields form an active, constantly resonating matrix. The vibrations and waveforms in this matrix can be changed, meaning that a current reality such as an injury pattern, disease or other situation within the body or emotions can be introduced to many other new possibilities that are more useful to the client. Disease may be defined as a disruption, cessation or distortion arising in the matrix of these information fields. Physical and emotional injuries impair communication at the cellular level. The application of the Matrix Energetics field re-establishes the flow of biological information so that the body can better respond to stimuli in its internal and external environments. This new paradigm gives the client instant access to new states of awareness which make it possible to interact with the material world and transform it – to affect change connected to past traumas, injuries and emotional patterns. Physical and emotional conditions can be resolved with the speed of thought, with verifiable and observable changes.
If you ever meet Richard Bartlett, you will be amazed by his teachings, his energy, and his absolute lust for living. I am astounded and encouraged by this amazing teacher. I am in awe of him and his work and I encourage anyone who wants to bypass much of what you think you already know to read one of his books or attend a seminar. He is the real deal.
Vision Magazine: I keep coming back to the question, where are we headed?
Richard Bartlett: I wouldn’t say I know. It depends on who you’re listening to. I prefer not to listen to anyone, and I prefer to decide in the moment. I was talking to Bonnie Colleen on “Seeing Beyond” down in San Francisco, and she asked me this 2012 question and I was complaining about it. If you remember, Y2K, we thought because of the computer problem that the world might end and that our world with computers would just screech to a stop. Nothing happened. It was like, YTF? I mean, nothing. And 2012, it may be the same thing for me. I prefer not to add energy into the idea that there’s going to be some major change, some apocalyptic [change], something transpiring that will change everything. Maybe it will, maybe it won’t. I think the real changes are in consciousness, and those are gradual. Those are usually not like a car driving off a cliff; they are like a car driving up to a cliff and deciding whether to go off or not. And hopefully that’s true for all of us that we’re a little more conscious than we’re given credit for, that we’re actually thinking and we’re looking and we’re steering the ship a little bit, rather than allowing ourselves to be steered off the edge of the world.
I think, maybe someone wants to hear my answer about this because I think there’s a lot of unnecessary hype about 2012. You’ve got Wilcox even, in his very wonderful book, the one that was just released, the name escapes me right now…he’s talking about UFOs landing on, I think it was the 23rd or 21st of 2012. Well, it can’t be any worse than some of the other things I’ve been facing this year!
VM: I’ve always been fascinated by the name of your company, Matrix Energetics. Can you tell our readers why it’s called Matrix Energetics?
RB: Initially it was a joke, because when this Superman event happened to me, which really did happen, in 1996 or very early ’97, if you’ve read the book, I hallucinated Superman in the room and saw him in three-dimensional reality, standing there, cape flapping in the breeze, hands on his hips, enigmatic smile. And that was obviously a crossover moment in consciousness, probably too much coffee, not enough sleep. I was driving back and forth between Seattle and Livingston, Montana, in order to maintain my practice while I was in naturopathy school full-time—“Charles Lindbergh School of Enlightenment,” I like to call that, where you’re bungee-corded in so that you don’t fall asleep and crash into the ocean.
So when this happened, it changed me instantly, probably in ways I couldn’t even begin to suspect at the time. And then gradually, I became more and more aware of it. Well, originally when people would ask me, being a jokester, I said things like, “I think I’ll call it Microsoft…” And then I thought, no, I live in Bill Gates’ backyard, he might have me killed. Then I decided to call it “Orthopedic Psychic Surgery,” and then I realized I’d probably piss off the orthopedic surgeons and the psychics. So I decided I wouldn’t call it that. And then I just called it “Me.” I was actually studying, at the time, certain aspects of quantum physics in order to try and figure out a model for what was happening to me and what was happening when I would work on people. And I came across the term, “the matrix,” of course which is familiar from the movies. But I also had remote viewing training, and the remote viewers were actually taught that what they were accessing was a universal matrix in consciousness, so that everything has an address, and then they would assign coordinates to a particular part of that address, and they could get information. There is also something called a matrix in higher mathematics.
And then “energetics” actually comes from psycho-energetics, which is the term the Soviets use for their mind control, mind manipulation, at a distance, studies. Those two things, put together, became Matrix Energetics.
VM: There’s this resistance, not necessarily amongst our readership, but people question that instantaneous power of healing. Why do you think people don’t believe in it?
RB: Well, I don’t believe in it. I don’t believe in the word “healing.” And I’ve said this many times, and I’m not dodging the question, but as soon as you call something “healing,” you have to actually encode for it the certain responses that you perceive are accepting in your model as to what healing would be. And that varies with every person. For instance, if I were to ask you what your definition of love was, and if I were to unpack it with an NLP [neuro-linguistic programming] sort of thing, realistically, you would give me a very specific definition that was only true for you.
Same thing with healing. It means different things for different people; there is no one definition. And when you try to collapse it into one definition, you get a very poor product. Meager results, very poor product, not very reproducible. And still very unique to the person’s perception. For some people it would be healing; for another person, it would be nothing.
VM: But I know that in your workshops, you’ve been able to achieve, for certain people, certain recoveries from different ailments. Is that because of your teaching?
RB: No. I think that the field does everything. I don’t think it has a damn thing to do with me or with Melissa [his teaching partner] or with the seminar; I think the field does it. I think that what we do in the seminars is create enough of distraction that the field could actually work through and with people. And that field is unique to Matrix Energetics because we set it up a long time ago that way. I understood Rupert Sheldrake’s concepts of the morphic field, and I realized that morphic fields could be created to be independent and special. For instance, there is a morphic field in the Catholic Church or Catholicism. There’s a morphic field in the Dallas Cowboys. There’s a morphic field of McDonald’s. Driving to church on Sunday. Or the morphic field of a car accident. All of these things have their unique subsets of reality that can be defined, predicted, and reproduced. What I did was I created a morphic field of a machine, a consciousness technology that would allow for these effects to be more reproducible, more absorbable, more likely. Because we took away all the things that would hinder that manifestation, i.e. most of it being our own thoughts, our own suppositions and perceptions that would limit what we were able to actually have occur.
VM: If there is one thing, what would you say that you are most grateful for this morning?
RB: I am grateful for Melissa this morning. I’m grateful for every moment. I’m not an extraordinary guy. I’m kind of weird and messy. Maybe I’m a genius, and maybe I’m an idiot. It’s hard to tell sometimes. But I lead a normal life. I got an Egg McMuffin this morning with my son, Victor, to come on the way to this interview because we didn’t have time to get breakfast. I have aches and pains, I have problems, I have down days, I have depression, I have elation. I’m normal.
What I’m grateful for is that I’m normal and that I have not taken that and made it into something where I consider myself to be special, I consider what we’re teaching to be special and unique to me, in such a way that it is unique to me. But it’s very unique to actually say, it’s not me, it’s coming through me and it’s for you and you can interpret it however you will. However, it does come through me, and I’m grateful for every moment that that’s true, which seems to be every moment.
VM: And this kind of goes back to the first question, but I kind of feel that there is a certain movement of energy amongst people all around the world. If there were one thing that each one of us could do to change the world in the New Year, what would it be—to collectively do something, something simple?
RB: Stare in the face of conventional thinking and conventional doing, and part. Be disrespectful of tradition. Be disrespectful of your own expectations. Drop your pre-conceived notions. Let go of the need for things to occur in a certain way. And show up as a child grateful for each moment, and see what the universe can really do when you stop limiting it by all the things you think it should do.
It’s an ongoing process of letting go and being okay with however you show up. If you’re angry, be angry. If you’re sad, be sad. If your blood sugar’s low, eat something. If you drank too much coffee, take a nap. It’s about balance and regulation. But it’s not about trying to be balanced; it’s about going for every moment and cramming into it all the living that you can do. But even if I’m just sitting at this desk and I’m staring at the grain in the carpet or the weave in the carpet or something, let that be enough, let that be important.
VM: That’s true. It’s very important. To let down those pre-conceived ideas. For me, I have a list and everything, but to take those out and to just be in the moment. Definitely, I have to be conscious about it.
RB: Well, I think actually, what I advocate is being unconscious about it, because your unconscious mind encodes for maybe a billion bits of information per second, while your conscious mind is 7, plus or minus 12. Who wants to be conscious of the moment? I don’t. I would rather the moment be conscious of me, and me try and perceive a little bit of what might be possible. When they say, conscious living or conscious life, I watch people stop, turn, and then signal. I’m not seeing a lot of conscious living here. I’m seeing mostly people who are absolutely lulled asleep, absolutely unconscious, and happily unconscious, and they don’t want to be awakened. They don’t want 2012 to rock their boat. They want to go about their way. And our whole nation has been rocked to sleep by people that are a lot more conscious than most of the nation. If you start becoming more conscious of your unconscious, then unconsciously you attract a morphic field that has a greater power, a greater possibility, and a greater set or subset of a range of realities that you would have available in every moment.
VM: Could you define the “morphic field” for people that aren’t aware of the definition?
RB: My definition is bastardized, and I don’t want Rupert Sheldrake coming after me, but basically there’s something called the morphogenetic field. The morphogenetic field has to do with a field of information that is shared among biological species that then inform that species—at the level of the DNA—about evolutionary changes, most of those changes being because of adaptability, survival of the species. Now, a morphic field is different. The way Rupert Sheldrake defines it, it’s like a specific software program that runs based upon the parameters that a subset of people or energies or ideas have set up. So again, if you have the idea of football, for instance—football is a morphic field. Now you take the Dallas Cowboys, that becomes a specified morphic field of the morphic field of football. Now you take the Dallas Cowboy cheerleaders and you’re now sharing the sets of ideas with male, with desire, with sex, with Playboy, with this and that. All of these things start to interlock, and depending on how you look at it, that creates a subset of that field. That’s why I advocate letting go of the need to try and control your reality because your reality can’t be controlled by you when you’re actually trying to grasp so hard onto it. The more you actually allow for things to smear out into a set of possibilities rather than, ‘it must show up this way,’—which is why I don’t believe in healing—the more you actually access more potential of that morphic field in its different manifestations. The more out there you get with your ability to let go, the more you can unconsciously choose a very much more desirable outcome.
VM: I just know that the actual letting go will take a little bit of mind power. Not to just go, I’ve got to go here, I’ve got to do this…
RB: Yes. But in that space between that ‘I’ve got to do this,’ there is infinite possibility. Literally between the thought of taking the next breath, there’s an infinite infinitude of possibilities. All you’ve got to do is let that part of you—which is wiser than you, that is deeper than you, that is bigger than you—start to grasp those things rather than you grasping those things and trying to control what they’ll show up as. Between every blink, there is infinite possibility, and change of infinite nature could occur in the next blink—literally, in the blink of an eye. That’s what the quantum physics reality says. What you have to do is not look for the perceived or the known in the next moment. If something does occur, you have to be willing to let go of the need for that occurrence to make sense or to be the same as what you would expect. Then if you do that, and continue to do that, you begin to build a chain of associations that create a specific morphic field that allows you to get into the field of possibility that might be called miracles.
VM: What is one of the miracles in your life that is apparent on a daily basis?
RB: That’s a good question. I think the miracle that I would most point to is that I don’t lead a particularly miraculous life, yet miraculous things happen in, around, through me, and occasionally appear to be because of me. I’d say the greatest miracle in my life is there are no miracles in my life, but there is a miraculous life possible in each moment. So most of the time, I lead a pretty normal existence. It’s in the normal-ness that everybody can access that. It’s that playful spirit of possibility that transcends the dullness, the normal, everyday moments of life. You can’t make those things happen. But once you let go of the need for them to occur, or for the desire for them even to occur. When you stop caring whether they happen or not, that’s when they become available, because you’ve now stepped into a bigger morphic field of possibility that is not a subset of things I wished for that didn’t happen.
VM: Our theme in January is the Art of Alchemy. What does the word “alchemy” mean to you?
RB: Well, alchemy is a big subject, and I know quite a lot about it. There’s physical alchemy, there’s chemical alchemy, there’s transcendent alchemy (that would be the one that probably most people quote in the spiritual realm, which I say that in brackets would be referring to.) I think it is actually possible to change base metals into gold, but I think it’s more about changing the base of your leaden, conscious, everyday existence into the gold of the uniqueness of life and the opportunities that occur when you actually transcend the limitations of your model that says you’re human, you’re living in the moment, the past is the past, the past is prologue to the future, etc. When you stop having expectations, the absolute gold of transcendent consciousness begins to peek over the horizon. Alchemy is about transformation. I think it could be about massive transformation of consciousness, like actually into a model that transcends the programmed limitations of the DNA of the human species. It’s about moving into what Nietzsche called the “God-man.” However, you don’t do that in a moment usually. You do that moment to moment. So alchemy is an everyday, every moment, going about the business of the life with an expanding consciousness that says, I’m not my body, I’m not my mind, I’m not my thoughts, I’m not my emotions, I’m not my pains, I’m not my problems, and I’m not my solutions either.
RB: There is plenty about Matrix Energetics that I don’t understand, but the secret in miracles is about deprogramming yourself. You will actually find contact with the Zero Point Field, a medium of consciousness, and you are a God-free being.
VM: If you could describe God, what would that be?
RB: I think God is the Zero Point Field. Understand, it is not energy, it is potential. The potential is pure consciousness, and consciousness is beyond anything that we can humanly begin to transcribe as experience or understanding. I believe there is a hierarchy of beings; I do believe there are angels, but all are the workings of a machine, a matrix if you will, that is ultimately not real and transcends the level of that reality. It gets more and more subtle, and I think you find what my friend, Dr. Dunn—who is a very amazing clairvoyant—has found, which is everything is self-referential, that universe that is created by you, and as you change your awareness you start to ask the deeper questions about, is this real is that real? And you don’t accept it at face value; it moves and transforms.
If you describe what happens in Matrix Energetics as energy, it would wear yourself out; it would wear me out. It has nothing to do with energy. The idea of energy, the consciousness of energy, is, I believe, a misapprehension of the true reality, which is something we can’t even comprehend.
The things I have seen in Matrix Energetics cannot be explained by quantum physics. We teach it that way in the first seminar, and by the fourth level of seminars we are teaching torsion field. That is where it is heading.
By the way, I wanted to emphasize that what we call Matrix Energetics really is a field and you can really call it that, because once you call it that and put enough energy into it, you may as well talk to it because it becomes personalized. It is available to you, and just interact with that and enjoy that.
Richard Bartlett, DC, ND, is the founder and creator of Matrix Energetics, a groundbreaking consciousness technology, which C. Norman Shealy calls “the essence of energy medicine.” A chiropractor and naturopath, Bartlett travels extensively nationally to teach his method of healing and transformation worldwide. He is the author of Matrix Energetics: The Science & Art of Transformation, The Matrix Energetics Experience, and The Physics of Miracles. For more information, or to find a seminar near you, visit http://www.matrixenergetics.com.
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