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#1    Kureigu

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Posted 24 October 2013 - 06:47 AM


from http://www.selfreali...llel-realities/


Live spontaneously from moment to moment, being fully present, without any expectations whatsoever, because the present moment is all that is. You are not the same person from moment to moment. You are not the ‘you’ that was here a moment ago, literally. You are always shifting through multiple realities as if they were side by side, this is why they call them ‘parallel’ realities.


“Nothing has happened in the past; it happened in the Now. Nothing will ever happen in the future; it will happen in the Now.” – Eckhart Tolle.


We shift through these ‘Nows’ creating movement and time in our 3d reality. Parallel realities are absolutely frozen ‘Nows’, completely still frames that we are shifting through very fast. This can be understood by comparing it to a film reel, all the frames are still and the reel spins fast across the projection light onto a screen it creates the appearance of movement on the screen, all the ‘slides’ are completely still though. There are endless parallel realities like ‘slides’ in infinite directions. Anything you can imagine is a possibility. All are laid out like as if on a table in front of you. You put them all together into the sequence that you are experiencing as your ‘perspective’; it seems fluid but is not. Parallel realities going from one to the next is what creates the illusion of time that we all experience. According to Bashar you shift through billions of parallel realities per second. Whatever slide your consciousness focuses in on is your experience of the now. You are always shifting, it’s actually impossible to not shift, even if you are perfectly still you are still shifting through parallel realities. You don’t have to try to shift, it’s how you appear to walk across the room, by shifting through the realities like a film rolling. The shifting is how you progress from one moment to the next, shifting through ever new nows. What you shift to depends on your beliefs about yourself and the world.



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Posted 24 October 2013 - 07:55 AM

View PostKureigu, on 24 October 2013 - 06:47 AM, said:


from http://www.selfreali...llel-realities/

Live spontaneously from moment to moment, being fully present, without any expectations whatsoever, because the present moment is all that is. You are not the same person from moment to moment. You are not the ‘you’ that was here a moment ago, literally. You are always shifting through multiple realities as if they were side by side, this is why they call them ‘parallel’ realities.


“Nothing has happened in the past; it happened in the Now. Nothing will ever happen in the future; it will happen in the Now.” – Eckhart Tolle.


We shift through these ‘Nows’ creating movement and time in our 3d reality. Parallel realities are absolutely frozen ‘Nows’, completely still frames that we are shifting through very fast. This can be understood by comparing it to a film reel, all the frames are still and the reel spins fast across the projection light onto a screen it creates the appearance of movement on the screen, all the ‘slides’ are completely still though. There are endless parallel realities like ‘slides’ in infinite directions. Anything you can imagine is a possibility. All are laid out like as if on a table in front of you. You put them all together into the sequence that you are experiencing as your ‘perspective’; it seems fluid but is not. Parallel realities going from one to the next is what creates the illusion of time that we all experience. According to Bashar you shift through billions of parallel realities per second. Whatever slide your consciousness focuses in on is your experience of the now. You are always shifting, it’s actually impossible to not shift, even if you are perfectly still you are still shifting through parallel realities. You don’t have to try to shift, it’s how you appear to walk across the room, by shifting through the realities like a film rolling. The shifting is how you progress from one moment to the next, shifting through ever new nows. What you shift to depends on your beliefs about yourself and the world.


I hear ya. I once set my universe projector to rewind and all I got were silly images running backwards and a bunch of unintelligible squeaking sounds. Ah well, so much for time travel to the past.


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Posted 24 October 2013 - 02:07 PM

View PostKureigu, on 24 October 2013 - 06:47 AM, said:


from http://www.selfreali...llel-realities/

Live spontaneously from moment to moment, being fully present, without any expectations whatsoever, because the present moment is all that is. You are not the same person from moment to moment. You are not the ‘you’ that was here a moment ago, literally. You are always shifting through multiple realities as if they were side by side, this is why they call them ‘parallel’ realities.


“Nothing has happened in the past; it happened in the Now. Nothing will ever happen in the future; it will happen in the Now.” – Eckhart Tolle.


We shift through these ‘Nows’ creating movement and time in our 3d reality. Parallel realities are absolutely frozen ‘Nows’, completely still frames that we are shifting through very fast. This can be understood by comparing it to a film reel, all the frames are still and the reel spins fast across the projection light onto a screen it creates the appearance of movement on the screen, all the ‘slides’ are completely still though. There are endless parallel realities like ‘slides’ in infinite directions. Anything you can imagine is a possibility. All are laid out like as if on a table in front of you. You put them all together into the sequence that you are experiencing as your ‘perspective’; it seems fluid but is not. Parallel realities going from one to the next is what creates the illusion of time that we all experience. According to Bashar you shift through billions of parallel realities per second. Whatever slide your consciousness focuses in on is your experience of the now. You are always shifting, it’s actually impossible to not shift, even if you are perfectly still you are still shifting through parallel realities. You don’t have to try to shift, it’s how you appear to walk across the room, by shifting through the realities like a film rolling. The shifting is how you progress from one moment to the next, shifting through ever new nows. What you shift to depends on your beliefs about yourself and the world.

I have taken a legal substance before (not illegal drugs) which gave me an insight into how multiple realities work. When we walk down the street every now and again our attention is drawn to something. For a split moment we might completely focus on a passing car, a pretty bird or fella (if you're woman), etc. Its the process of your attention being momentarily drawn to something which changes the reality you're living in. Of course this focusing can happen anywhere it doesnt have to be when you're walking down the street.

While a lot of your reality will appear identical there will be some subtle changes.


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Posted 24 October 2013 - 02:11 PM

We live in the present, the now, because there is no other place where we fit.


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Posted 24 October 2013 - 03:37 PM

Very true, and a good way to understand life. I think the best way to live in the now is to live spontaneously, not to live by thought. Thought is important in some areas of life, but when we live totally through thought we live in our heads and not in the real world. We ignore the now that is the only reality. We become ghosts living in an imaginary world.

To be spontaneous is to trust ourselves and to learn who we really are. When we realize the now happens spontaneously as well, we become closer to merging with the world as it actually is.

With every choice we make we choose an alternate reality for us and for others. In this sense, we create the world around us. Would be nice if we all create better worlds than the worlds before our choices.

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Posted 24 October 2013 - 03:40 PM

Well trying to live anyplace but the present is not a good idea.  The past holds us back, the future scares us.


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Posted 24 October 2013 - 04:59 PM

Perhaps when we dream we catch reflections of our lives in parallel realities before they dissipate away. If this reality is only one perspective it is no more important than any other Could it not be that this life is the reflection of things as they could or aught to have been suggested by our pasts. If it is only the now that is real then it is a pale reflection of something gone but for others is maybe undiminished somewhere.

Edited by aimlesswalk, 24 October 2013 - 05:26 PM.


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Posted 24 October 2013 - 07:51 PM

Does adding up all the pasts equal the present?

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Posted 24 October 2013 - 07:53 PM

There appears to be about 7 billion parallel realities right now, and that's just counting people.    I wonder sometimes how similar, or different  each of us is.  Do we all experience the world in very much the same ways?   Probably i guess.  But  some people really make me wonder..  including me!

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Posted 24 October 2013 - 08:41 PM

in  the  time  of  the  greeks...   the  soul  was  a  cook fire .  in the age  of  clock  work machines  ,  it  was  a grand mechaniism.
its  been  the  feilds  of  dreams  to  the  farmers  , and  the  great  office  building  of  great  enterprise to corprate giants.

to  make  reality  a  movie  is  so predictable .

to  make  it  the  internet  of  the  matrix  is  comical.

the  now  moment  is  the  interface...   you  effect  and  are  effected ...  these  are  the  two  propertys  of   space aand  of  the  other  dimension   time.

because  you  do  not see   eternity  as  a thing  seprate  and diffrent  than   infinite  space...   you  are  blind  to  the  reality...  this  is  an  intercaes  between  two  dinesions...


and  that  your  ordering  system  of  awareness...  is   a  dimension  as  well.

awareness  is  a  transdimensional  condition  ....
resulting  from  the  interface  of  time/space...  with  the  intermix  ratio  of E=Mcc....   awareness  is   a  finite  quality  of  the   base  measurement  system  called  reality...  of  the  infinite  quality  called  god.....

your  personal  awareness   is  the  finite  quality  of  a dimension .

Edited by onereaderone, 24 October 2013 - 08:43 PM.


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Posted 24 October 2013 - 09:00 PM

What about the parallel realities that could have existed for you but didn't because of your choices or circumstance? They're sort of like the collapse of the wave function in quantum mechanics.

"I dream of all the plays that Shakespeare could have written but didn't" sort of thing.  Do all these parallel worlds exist, even the ones we never lived?

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Posted 24 October 2013 - 11:47 PM

Does this mean all these people: Bruce Lee, James Dean, Rudolph Valentino, Marilyn Monroe, Jane Mansfield, John Lennon, Elvis, Hendrix, Joplin, Morrison, Mercury, Randy Rhoads, Hartman, River Phoenix, JFK, LHO, MLK jr., RFK, SRV, Bon Scott, etc.

did not die young in some parallel universe, but lived to old age?


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Posted 25 October 2013 - 03:21 AM

Gomar said:

did not die young in some parallel universe, but lived to old age?

My understanding of the OP is that, when we we have a choice between "A"and "B", both choices are like parallel universes set out before us. If we choose "A", that opens up a universe for us that is a different universe than if we had chosen "B".

There are many parallel universes (or choices) that lie before us, all potentially real for us. When we choose to go down one road instead of another, we experience the environment of that road and not the the environment of the other road.

This environment we experience becomes the universe we live in. The road not chosen is still real, is still there, but it is outside of our chosen environment/universe.

Just saying.

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Posted 01 November 2013 - 03:05 AM

But none of the people I posted had a choice to live or die; most died in car accidents; neither did Princess Diana, or Grace Kelly, or JFK jr., or 9/11, or Pearl Harbor.
James Dean and Jane Mansfield did not "choose" car accident over live to 94 not 24 and 34.

Again, in a parallel universe did James Dean, Marilyn Monroe, Hendrix live to old age, and how do we know?  Or maybe Hitler was killed in WWI, and Lee H.Oswald missed, etc.


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Posted 01 November 2013 - 04:56 AM

The way I understand the multiple parallel universe idea is that each time the universe has to make a "quantum decision," what it does is create new universes for each possible decision it could make, the number involved depending on the probabilities.  Hence if the chance of a given event is one in a hundred, then there are a hundred possible outcomes (one for the event and 99 for the event not happening) and so 99 new universes.

Keep in mind every atom in the entire universe is constantly making these quantum decisions millions of times a second (actually the time frame is the "Plank time" which is, shall we say, a good deal shorter than a second).

The end result is that if this idea is correct the universe is exploding in infinities of essentially identical universes (each differing from all the others by at most just one atom).  It seems to me therefore that no many how many universes you traverse, they are all going to have the same properties.  You would have to traverse near-infinities of universes to find even the slightest differences.






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