I've previously heard Bashar talk about parallel realities but I wasn't aware someone had supposedly come up with a specific method to move between them.
I don't have the Quantum Jumping program yet but will be getting it to investigate further.
Has anyone had success with Burt Goldman's methods?
asked 07 Nov '09, 18:11
As Bashar says, and that's what I'm basing this on, is that we ALREADY do it ALL the time. It's just we do it unconciously.
As I understand it it's all about the frequency you put out. If, for example, you give a frequency of ultimate state of being, total extasy and excitement, let's say in a meditative state, and you keep that feeling with you, then YOU ARE in the reality on your highest excitement, highest joy. But after finishing meditation, let's say something upsets you, is it your spouse, your kids or whatever. You then "slip back" to your "normal" state of awreness, your old reality describe by the frequency you give out. The more and more we can experience the states of extasy longer and longer we can teach ourselves how to LIVE in this reality, not just to "visit" it for instance or two.
Most of it hes to do with our surface mind, our self-talk and clinging to the past or the future. Once we are still in our minds it's harder for us to slip back to our old realities, because their's only ONE moment, right NOW.
answered 08 Nov '09, 00:00
From what I get out of LOA readings and watching Bashar clips on YouTube is that we are in a certain universe by our vibration. If we steadily work to have a higher vibration by positive self talk and visualization we will gravitate to a different universe where things are going better for us and we are surrounded by more positive people. Of course, the reverse can be true, if we submerge ourselves in negativity then we will experience plenty of that in a more negative place. The best way to get to a better universe is to work on ourselves incrementally so that our vibration will be a steady one.
You can shift with a high emotional state or intense meditative state, but it will not last because you haven't really changed your vibration.
It all boils down to your vibration and how you go about changing it or keeping it the same. I doubt you need special & expensive tapes to do this. We do it all the time.
I used to wonder why certain people would disappear from my life, people that were giving me a hard time or whatever, and now I realize it was because I shifted my focus. Then I would go through periods where it seemed like nothing was working out or everything was working out great. These were me placing myself in one universe or another by my focus and vibration. All of us do it.
Radical change comes from radical shift in emotional state by intense focus. But it won't last because you can't maintain that state for very long.
If you want to live in a universe where everything it seems is going your way you have to learn to focus and appreciate only the good in your life and spend no time on the negative. "You can't afford the luxury of a negative thought." Then you go into a better place where others surrounding you are on a higher plane of existance too and neat coincidences line up etc.
I don't know if it is possible to shift so radically that you meet a self that is on a radically different path. But it definitely is possible to shift yourself into a better reality by your focus. I think we do it all the time.
You can change careers and get yourself in a place where good things start happening for you but it depends again on focus and vibration.
answered 26 Oct '11, 11:39
That's fine if Wildlife wants to equate any new reality you create with a different parallel universe. I suppose there's no reason we couldn't be passing from one to another all the time. But the problem with that approach is that quantum jumping, a la Burt Goldman, takes one to a parallel universe where they can visit with themselves. In one universe, it's Burt Goldman the photographer; in another parallel universe, it's Burt Goldman the violinist. He claims to meet himself in order to learn valuable skills from these alter egos. I can see some benefit to imagining or visualizing oneself in some other aspect, and asking questions to gain skills and knowledge, but I wouldn't equate that to jumping between universes. Also, I could just as well imagine a mastermind group of historical notables such as Einstein, Pasteur, Galileo, etc. and ask them my questions. I don't see the real advantage of seeking out myself necessarily.
To answer your question, Stingray, no I haven't had any success with Goldman's methods. Frankly, I don't see enough advantage in it to motivate me to pursue it. I believe I can accomplish more in my own here and now through my efforts at reality creation.
It's a fascinating topic, though, and by all means let us know if you pursue it. I'd like to know if you have any success with it.
answered 08 Nov '09, 06:03
Richard Feinman postulated that alternate realities cancel each other out to give rise to the reality in which we exist, i.e. this reality is the most probable and the "lowest energy state" for the universe.
To the extent that other realities exist in parallel to this one, to experience them one would have to expend an amount of energy equal to that contained in the matter that makes up you body. Given that the universe is very conservative about where energy comes from and where it goes, you run the risk of ceasing to exist as a corporeal entity, if you want to experience a reality that is different from this one.
Speaking personally as a reality-challenged person: even if you were able to cross the void to another universe in the sheaf and meet your alternate self, you would still experience the dysphoria that compels you to seek alternate outcomes for your life.
If enlightenment truly comes from the death of desires, then wanting to sacrifice everything for an alternate outcome is just another of the desires that must be extinguished.
answered 06 Apr '11, 21:14
i think i may have, i just don't know how i did it, or how to get back.
i'm sure no sane person would believe me and that makes sense.
but based on my experience i would say that the guys that say that we do it often are on to something.
i've never physically run into another "me", but rather have become the other "me".
any links to any actual scientific data on this topic would be greatly appreciated.
answered 21 Sep '12, 22:44
I think that we are continually moving to different realities with slightly different pasts. That is why people have different memories of an event. They came to Now from different realities with slightly different pasts. They are slightly different because of congruency. Our left brain has to be able to pick out the linear points over time. If they are not congruent, our beliefs don't support it and our brain can't handle/process it. So the more we change our beliefs, the more our brain can handle larger leaps of 'faith' without the linear pattern that lead up to the Now creating 'miracles.'
For example, our left brain needs to see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, it doesn't know how to handle 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, or even 1, 2, 5, 6, 3, 4, 7, 10. But if we can change our beliefs to accept it, we call it a miracle.
So miracles are when we step into an alternate reality/Now with an incongruent past.
I have listened to the whole CD series with no results at all. I get better results from just using my imagination. These are guided meditiations and for me, they just didn't work.
answered 12 May '11, 19:10
Well, here is the checklist of behaviours to observe in someone you suspect has schizophrenia. See any resemblance?. Especially # 1,3,6,7,10 ?
5- Receiving special messages from the TV, radio or newspaper.
6- Feeling you have special powers to do things that other people cannot do.
8- Smelling or tasting things that other people cannot smell or taste.
10- Acting in ways others see as unusual or bizarre.
11- Withdrawal from normal social, family, and professional relations.
answered 13 Aug '11, 15:51
In response to your well devoloped question, I would like to answer yes, it is possible. I recently purchased a pair of steel toed boots from my local Wal-Mart, and after 6 months of strenuous weight training, a large leap with a full exertion of my body's matter's force onto the turf at the high school track sent me hurtling to the XYZ universe, which is mathemmatically parallel to both our universe and the Plutonian society.
answered 12 May '11, 15:28
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