A very slight shift in the perception of reality can induce a tremendous phase-shift of consciousness. This is not to say one can transit between dimensions in this state, but rather it conveys the more subtle delineation which exists between the phase-space of reality within a single dimension. The mind/sensory equipment, if you will, can be slightly attenuated in a conscious manner in order to transport one, in essence, into a different reality.
This slight change in perception is made possible due to the vast amount of information flowing freely about in our time-space dimension. The equipment we essentially inhabit here on the physical plane is tuned to a narrow and specific frequency, akin to how a radio broadcast tuner works. Since the information field is so vast and voluminous, the mind/sensory facility must filter out a tremendous amount of the information flow; to do otherwise would, frankly, lead to a short-circuiting of the equipment. In other words, our mind/sensory equipment would get fried. But, we are decidedly NOT permanently locked into the exclusive phase-space of the information flow (in fact, it is my belief that we are deliberately tuned to a specific frequency for the purposes of control; more on that topic in future posts). The only problem is that most of us simply do not know any other phase-space or frequency that that to which we have unknowingly been attuned to throughout our lives (and throughout our past lives, for that matter).
[note: sorry for the lengthy post, but I trust you will find the highly personal detail worth the read]
As I mentioned in Post #3 Something Just Ain’t Right – Part 3 of 3, I have spent time learning about Past Life Regression (PLR), including taking a 50-hour course for practitioners. Some definitions I have culled from the internet would be useful here as a starting point for this post.
From the always-so-reliable go-to source, Wikipedia:
Past life regression is a technique that uses hypnosis to recover what practitioners believe are memories of past lives or incarnations, though others regard them as fantasies or delusions or a type of confabulation. Past life regression is typically undertaken either in pursuit of a spiritual experience, or in a psychotherapeutic setting. Most advocates loosely adhere to beliefs about reincarnation, though religious traditions that incorporate reincarnation generally do not include the idea of repressed memories of past lives.
… and if that wasn’t skeptical enough, here the entry in The Skeptic’s Dictionary:
Past life regression (PLR) is the alleged journeying into one’s past lives while hypnotized. While it is true that many patients recall past lives, it is highly probable that their memories are false memories. The memories are from experiences in this life, pure products of the imagination, intentional or unintentional suggestions from the hypnotist, or confabulations.
Picking up where I left off in Post 2, I want to focus now on a couple of specific areas in which I have realized a surprisingly high level of evidence of success. For most people, the topics Past Life Regression (PLR) and Remote Viewing (RV) come across as being “a little bit out there”, and I would have concurred with such a sentiment just a few years ago.
Over the course of my independent research, I came across these topics and decided that they would be perfect first candidates for me to explore from the actionable side of things. I plan on going into much more detail in later posts on each, but here I shall briefly describe several personal experiences which proved to me beyond a shadow of a doubt that a world exists which is far beyond the perception of a mundane day-to-day world in which the vast majority are enmeshed. Not only do I believe such a world exists, I have good reason to believe that the number of people on our planet who are waking up to this new reality is increasing at an encouraging rate!
The first event of profound impact upon me in my awakening process was the near-nightly recurrence of a quite memorable and vivid dream. In this dream, I am walking down a busy city street in an American metropolitan area. I get the sense that there is a lot of bustle, but I never get an impression of faces. As I head down the street, I make my way into a sports bar. The setting changes slightly from dream-to-dream, but while the scenery changes, the overarching message and the perceived sequence of events does not.