Here is a paragraph from a page I was reading about Bashar, a channelled entity similar to Abraham:
I understand about parallel universes and infinite versions of ourselves living out every possible scenario but what I was unware of was that when we shift into them, we also experience different pasts.
Does this mean that when we shift into a parallel reality with a different past, the people in our life also have memories of this other past?
What happens to the memories of the past that we have shifted from?
Do we now only remember the past from our new reality?
I hope this makes sense, I was trying for ages to think how to word this.
For anyone who would like to read the full article, here is the link:
I recommend it, it's a good read.
asked 28 Feb '11, 16:54
Not only is it possible to shift into parallel realities with different pasts, you can't not do it...because you do it all the time...not that there is any such thing as time actually :)
Past, present and future are all happening Now and are all consistent with each other in every new universe...so everyone you create in those universes must also be consistent with those Past, Present and Futures - and that includes their memories.
In the quote you've given, the rate of 24 frames per second for movies is actually billions of times per second when applied to your creation of universes.
Indeed, Bashar says a new universe is created by you in every time period that it takes light to travel one Planck Length...and a Planck Length is a staggeringly small distance.
So, for every one of those universes, you are creating a new version of the past, present and future.
This limited three-dimensional perspective we operate from, however, gives the illusion of continuity of experience through passage of time.
From higher dimensional perspectives, the concept of linear time does not exist. The idea of time from that level is effectively just a bookmark system to signify vibrational locations you may choose to experience.
From that perspective, you can experience any simultaneous reality in any order you wish just in the same way that you can view a pile of DVD movies in any order you wish - a multi-dimensional being (which we all are) can focus consciousness in multiple dimensions simultaneously.
By contrast, in "3D" physical reality, we can only focus in one place a time. So despite the fact that all our movies are happening at once, we can only experience each one (or snippets from each) in the Now as we choose to focus our consciousness on each movie as it plays.
The tricky thing about memories - and this might get to the core of your question - is that they happen in the Now also.
Your memory of the past only exists as you remember it in the Now. And, if your perspective of the Now keeps changing eternally then your Now memories would change too because your past is happening Now too.
I believe this is how Bashar can claim to be from our future (he/it/she says it is Darryl Ankha's future life) while still not knowing our own future...because Bashar's past is also changing as we change.
So does this mean that we "forget" our old past as we enter our new past?
I'm inclined to think so because pasts must synchronize with each other as Now's update. But, as with the DVD movie example, you can choose to watch each movie in whatever order you like but it is possible you might still remember the order in which you chose to view them...in other words, your experience of you experiencing your experiences may be separate from your experiences themselves...I'm still mulling that one over myself :)
These are all fairly mindboggling concepts when viewed from our physical 3D perspective and I'm still trying to internalize and clarify them to myself.
I've previously posted some previous thoughts on all of this stuff from reality creation knowledge I've picked up and pieced together over the years.
Hope this clarifies things a bit.
answered 28 Feb '11, 19:19
In what is possibly a sign of the changing vibrational times since 2012, a large number of people have begun to notice certain trending "collective memories" which differ completely from the accepted historical reality. These instances are being attributed by many, not to cases of "mass mis-remembrance," but, rather, to mass-shiftings of portions of the world population from one alternate parallel reality into another.
This phenomenon is now being popularly referred to as "The Mandela Effect."
Notable examples (which apply to myself, and to many others) include remembering the children's book series as "The Berenstein Bears" instead of as the "Berenstain Bears," and remembering South America as being located (more or less) directly beneath North America, rather than being located almost completely to its east.
There are many Facebook groups which one can now join that are "charting" the shifts in our shared reality as the collective memories continue to change. One can also follow this Reddit Thread:
As well as the following website:
Clearly not all "changes" are going to ring true for every individual (my wife and I have discovered that we both share some memories that are out of sync with accepted history, while we do not share others). But it's been fun to follow nonetheless. :)
I have often felt that all possibilities have all happened and as we live in a physical reality we are just using that physicality to match our vibrations to our preferences.
answered 28 Feb '11, 21:20
I read a short story called 'The Adventure' which was about the catastrophic theory. It said to shift to a different reality you need to have some stimulation and at the same time you should be thinking about the other reality. The person in that story was thinking about a battle with a different result when he collided with a truck and so he shifted to the other reality.
answered 01 Mar '11, 16:15
That is the fabulous thing about living in the now, which si all there is. Becouse there is no time in order to experience it we have to be shifting to a new reality now, now, now, now - as Stingray noted biliontimes per secon You experience - now. So if You live now and You do not let Your physical mind travel to the past or future concerning what is gonna happen or buying into the beliefe of karma or any other distracting thing from now - You are living completly new now that is not based od the past - it actualy creates the past :). That is also why it is so important to act on things that bring You highest amount of joy every now, becouse these nows fulled with excitement let flow through you such a high vibration energy, that Your joice of living now is - the best feeling idea You can actualy exhibit :). Than the past does not matter. there is no lienar time, there is no continuity, this is completly new reality with new now.
answered 19 Sep '12, 04:17
Your Truth is what is important. This guides you through the myriad of Universes and Parallel realities in which we exist. Past and Future are mists, only NOW exists.
answered 19 Sep '12, 04:45
i do not agree continuity is how they relate together you can see it in anny creation,though,emotion,choice. i can listen to a movie for the first time and say this will happen and that will happen,and it does happen. it is the samething when you know someone and the decision they make you can tell before it happen they will make this choice for this though or emotion they have that relate on how they see things.yet sometime they can surprise you if they change their though,emotion or choice. the choice happens in the now the now is when the person is aware and make a choice and this now is in the present affected by the past and relating to the past. and that choice made in the now will affect the future new continuity of now or present.so make your choice wisely.and seek to be aware of the now how it came to be and how it can become make the right choice.if you make error correct it.practice makes perfect.experience and enjoy.
I just feel sorry for everyone who listen ti this "alien from the future"... One day all the people listening to this hawaii-t-shirt-guy is going to have a rough wake up call... I belive if what everyone from the spiritual community is right; that everything exist that you can imagine, then I can imagine bad spirits ;like bashar, trying to fool people seeking answeres...
answered 21 Jan '15, 18:40
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