Can you compare life to a video game?

There are a lot of similarities between the two if you can accept the possibility that there may be life after death.

In most video games you start with X amount of lives and the goal is to learn how to play the game and build up your skills in order to complete the game.

As you progress through the levels they get harder and more difficult. They require more and more complex skills the further you advance. If you die in the game you usually pick up where you left off or go back to the beginning of the level. What you normally don’t have to do is start way back at the very beginning of the game… {click read more button}

In my gaming life I have lost thousands of lives but never once has it meant to me that if the character dies it’s the end of that game forever. I just carry on until I’ve mastered the game and I never worry about the character dying because that characters death isn’t real.

Just as there are cheat codes in games, there are cheat codes in life. Just like the easter eggs found in some games, there are synchronistic eggs waiting to be found in life.

If you put religions to one side for the moment (put aside only because ‘faith’ is ‘faith-based’, not ‘knowing-based’) and you asked 1,000 people “What happens when we die?” you should receive 1,000 “no-one knows”. If you then follow up and ask “so how much research have you put in to answer this question?” most will say something along the lines of “I haven’t looked because no-one knows the answers and if someone did we all would know”.

It is the hundredth monkey effect in action. Just because we are ‘told’ something cannot be found doesn’t prevent us looking. If you look you’ll be surprised at what you can find. You’ll also understand why we can’t know the truth (no more controls or separation).

It is the biggest question with the greatest implications and yet very, very few really bother to look. If you’re reading this then the chances are you are one of the few and I applaud you for looking! Just like a game, life has rules and boundaries but it also contains cheat codes and hints. You just have to be prepared to look…


My life has been filled with synchronicity since my teenage years. I have always wanted answers to the toughest questions and it has only been in the last few years that the answers I sought have been answered.

3 thoughts on “Can you compare life to a video game?

  1. I believe this concept to be true from my lifelong reading and researches. Why is it that we are born knowing absolutely nothing? No one knows of anything that came before them other than recent recorded history which will eventually fade with time. We are meant to experience and grow here. If we had any prior knowledge of past lives (consciously) then life would be pointless as a growing “zone”. This world functions exactly as a medium for experience, self-managing, by design, to eradicate previous history, just enough so that we can get a glimpse, but just not exactly 100% confirmation. So the clues of our ancient past exists, but it takes real insight and awareness to “see” it for what it is. Life is an amazing thing and we are most likely much greater than we know.

  2. es importante y me fasina los temas espuesto a la verdad que tanto nos han ocultado, somos seres que andamos por el mundo con los ojos vendados

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