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The reality of seeing the future

It has always intrigued me how some people can accurately predict the future, using instinct or tools such as cards or runes. As a big picture reality thinker my question is -What does that say about the mechanisms of the big picture of our reality?

My initial thoughts when I first looked at this problem were, does this mean that the future has already happened? Time, you see is a strange concept. Although we live our lives as if it is linear, we could do it no other way, scientists are always debating whether in fact everything happens at once. Simultaneous rather than linear.

As I understand it now, the truth is even more strange than that. We are of course at base energy beings living in an energy matrix. The atoms that we are made of are nothing more than pinches of energy themselves. The laws that govern their behavior, quantum mechanics, would indicate that all possibilities exist at once. All possible futures exist at once.

The thinking is that, through the Laws of attraction we attract what we want in our lives, consciously or sub consciously. By chance (???) I happened to look at the preamble to Doreen Virtue’s oracle cards.

In explaining how they work she said:

“Every card that you draw out of the deck comes to you for a reason.With the help of your angels and through the spiritual Law of Attraction, you automatically pick cards that mirror your current thoughts and emotions. AND SINCE YOUR FUTURE STEMS FROM WHAT YOU THINK AND DO, THESE CARDS ACCURATELY PREDICT YOUR FUTURE.”

The hint tied up in this statement is that we generate our own future as we go along, choosing from all the possibilities. Is this realistic? Funnily enough, some science may say it is.

Well, I personally have likened our reality, at one level, to an interactive video game.  It may be a strong possibility. It is by looking at these anomalies that we do get clues to the real nature of our reality.

So, some people can predict the future, if we understood the mechanisms properly we would understand more about the true nature itself.

More research needed!

A mission statement and a difficult question

On my last post I was talking about my mission. We all have a mission in life whether we are aware of it or not. Sometimes it is a small one, even just nudging someone else in the right direction with a word can be vital. Sometimes we have work to do in influencing society, putting rights wrong, innovating to help society or bringing up children to make the difference. Not to mention working through karma. To become aware of your life’s purpose can be a double edged sword. A pressure or responsibility, that is even if you get what you should be doing right! There are clues and nudges from the universe if you notice them of course, but living ordinary life itself can be difficult enough sometimes.

Anyway, I believe my mission to be in showing, as far as a limited human being can, how the big picture of reality works. I look at all aspects of reality and how they seem to interact to make us us and our reality what it seems to be. I am a generalist rather than a specialist, and I do not pretend to know the answers. I just understand some of the questions! If I just can to show those who are interested where to look for their own answers, I am happy. It is particularly pleasing when people build on my work and run with it.  Am I on the right track? Well I cannot be sure, but all I know is whenever I try to stop I do get a hard nudge from the universe.

The difficult question

Notwithstanding all the above,  a difficult question has to be asked. That is-should I/ we be doing this at all? If we are born with a blank slate for a reason, if we incarnate to experience life in the raw and learn lessons, would knowing the big picture compromise that? What do you think?

The reality of pre planning our lives

Was talking to Toby about meeting people throughout your life that you know instinctively that you have encountered in another incarnation. They are people that you feel an instant connection with, and recognition of, although you have never met before. The theory of it is that you tend to incarnate with the same souls. Often playing different roles in each other’s lives. I started to list them, and realised that some of them had been pivotal in my life, pushing me in the right direction, or leading on to further contacts that did. Some I have enabled to fulfil their mission and now I am being enabled to fulfil mine.

 

Anyway, what struck me was the amount of preplanning that had obviously gone in to my life from another dimension. That it was not all chance. Sometimes we forget that we have chosen our lives. We have chosen situations, good or bad, to experience. We also have Karma to work out, over several lifetimes sometimes. In practice is it so easy to lose sight of the big picture of why we are here and get enmeshed in the difficulties of actually living.

 

So, look up to the big picture when the nitty gritty gets to you. It was all in general terms planned, even though we are born with a blank slate and cannot remember. Notice the nudges and enjoy yourselves around the margins, and soldier on. It will all become clear in the end.

 

Personal super clues

 

When I began to think back to when I realised that the reality that we are taught exists was not the whole story, I came up with a list of personal clues that I had noticed, consciously or sub consciously. I always say that I never see anything, but that turned out not to be really true. The brain often twists what we do see to fit its perceived patterns of what we should see. Anyway the clues were there, and the first one was what started me on a lifetime of questioning and thinking.

Marian’s list

  1. 50 years ish ago I met my first husband. We both felt strongly that we had met before in a previous life. We had been brother and sister. Nothing unusual about that now ( in certain circles), but at the time it was not a concept that had ever been discussed. We just accepted it as a fact without really questioning, at the time, what it meant.
  2. My mother could accurately see the future. What started as a party trick frightened her so much she shut it down. Did this mean that the future was preplanned, or had it already happened? Why can some people access this information. Food for thought anyway.
  3. Past life memories started coming up. Having a reiki treatment I felt a heavy beam on my chest and could not breathe. I had been trapped under a boat in a cold northern sea and drowned. This explained why sailing freaked me out. I was not afraid of falling in the water, but in being trapped under an upturned boat. Our irrational fears or unexpected skills are often clues to past lives.
  4. I was on my own in my flat when something very loudly but distinctly said boo in my ear. I am just about to look into fairies and other spirits!
  5. Just writing about ghosts and the g randomly got stuck. Gggggggggggggg. It had never happened before or since. Was someone trying to tell me something?
  6. Between sleeping and waking one day I looked up and saw a circle of lights chasing around what looked like a porthole in a space ship. In the porthole I could see stars. I felt it was a glimpse of a future life, spent travelling the universe.
  7. When I was very upset, green balls of light appeared in front of me. I now know them to be healing orbs. I had no idea then such things existed. Similarly the orange light which sometimes comes to me that I now know to be a protective force.
  8. Toby and I were travelling in the car one day when a whole segment of radio repeated itself. We assumed it was an error although it was supposed to be a live programme and there was no acknowledgement that it had happened. Could it have been timeslip?                                                                                                                                                                                                                    The conscious mind does tend to rationalise and dismiss these things. Indeed society trains it to do so!    Some of the clues seem relatively insignificant, but taken in total they point to reality which is more complex than we can easily imagine.Please share your lists. I seem to be being interfered with even as I write this….

Reality of our interactive life

Just to finish my who are we and what are we actually doing here thread  (check out The Reality of our origins, why are we here? and The reality of our individual purpose posts),  there is one really important final  point to make.

Ultimately the purpose of our life here is a matter for faith and belief as well as science. We may never all agree. The one thing we should all agree on though is that we are all in this life together. We are an interactive reality. We are all connected, not just at the quantum and practical levels, but on a spiritual level also. I have often referred to our existence as an interactive video game, we may even be holographic players.

All we can do though is play as nicely as we can. To be as kind and supportive of others that we can, and to remember if we can improve the game life is better for us all. Every action or inaction has a consequence for others. We cannot save the world or planet single handedly, we can just minimize the damage that we do to it and to others.  Just play the game as best we can, within our own belief system.

We must try harder!

Marian

The reality of our individual purpose

In my post –The reality of our origins- why are we here?-I looked at the different possibilities of how we, as race, arrived here in this reality. The alternatives were; through a creative designer or God, randomly via blind evolution,seeded by aliens or manifested by ourselves.  For me though, the intriguing thing is, what I am doing here ? Why did I chose to incarnate in this reality?  Why does anyone?

Not withstanding the other alternatives, I believe that it all comes down to soul experience/ development and of course a possible mission. Like so many, I know that there is something particular I came to do this time. What it is may be a different matter. We all have a rough plan. Some missions are small but vital, some missions may be just in helping someone else to achieve theirs. Some missions may be on the grand scale. Or perhaps we are just background for a bigger picture. How do we know what ours are?

Since my 40’s I have felt a growing instinctive sense of mission, a mission to communicate about the nature of our reality to the widest possible audience.

I do not know if I am succeeding or failing, I may have already communicated to the one vital person, to help them in their mission. Or I may have been wasting my time altogether.

All I can say is when ever I feel that I am getting nowhere and will stop, I get nudged by the universe, so I must be still on my  pre planned path. It is the nudges and signs that keep me going.

What is your mission?

Marian

 

The reality of our origins, why are we here?

In trying to do my jigsaw about the truth of our reality, and how it functions, I am always surprised on the direction my research takes me. For instance, there are so many clues there in plain sight that the narrative we have been taught about our origins is flawed, or completely wrong. The ancient alien posts are a case in point, we may have been seeded here by an alien race or genetically altered to become human, but other topics too raise more questions than answers.

Also, at the beginning of my search I asked myself who actually are we, as human beings, and what are we really doing here?  The answer to the first question is, at base, energy beings (with consciousness and/or a soul) living in an energy matrix. The question that I have probably not yet addressed properly is, what are we doing here?

The answer to that, as a race of beings, depends largely on your belief system, of course. There are four main alternatives that I am aware of.

  • We have been placed here by a God or an intelligent designer of some sort, and will be judged on our actions in life.
  • We are a completely random evolutionary accident.
  • We chose to incarnate here from beyond creation to develop our souls and experience physical life.
  • We may have been placed here, or genetically altered, by alien races from beyond the stars.

Has anyone else got any different ideas?

Marian

Positively Renewing our reality

Every morning we reset ourselves. Every experience, thought, thing seen, interaction and act combine to remake our consciousness, however slightly. We are different people every day.
Lets stop making it almost accidental, and make it conscious and deliberate. Lets reset positively every morning to be the best versions of ourselves that we can be.
Let the positive vibes roll!!!!

The game of life

Fundamental questions about our reality are, by their very nature, unanswerable.  Sometimes a random conversation triggers an unexpected train of thought, which leads to surprising insights. Someone asked me if I thought that everyone around us, in our reality, was actually real. As some of you may know, it has often been a suspicion of mine that some people are not.
After all we are at base nothing more than beings of light, holograms really, with only our consciousness making us human. Anything is possible.
Anyway, my answer was that I have always thought of our reality as an interactive video game. In our game some people are “real” and players and some are just cast members, part of the makeup of the game. All of our realities intertwine. We may be cast members in other’s reality.
What do you think? Also, how can we tell?
Marian

Doing the big reality jigsaw

jigsawI have found that trying to understand about the true nature of our reality is like doing a gigantic jigsaw in my head. Unfortunately there is no useful picture to work with! Sometimes I manage to put some bits together, and sometimes I think I have the straight edges  right. The problem is, of course, that whatever we think, our reality is at least 3D and almost certainly multidimensional. Also, as I say in my talks, we as humans are limited beings, constrained by the quality of our sense organs and the ability of our brains to make sense of what we do detect.

I may never succeed in what I am trying to do. After all, what do I know? I am just a layman, non scientist and someone who for years was predominately primarily a wife and mother. The answer is no vested interest, an inquiring mind and an ability to see the wood from the trees. Thanks to the internet there is almost unlimited research material out there in plain sight, and an ability to connect with people who are wiser and more knowledgeable than I.

The most important lesson I have taken from my research is is the fundamental connectedness of all. Understanding this alone begins to make sense of the fundamental questions of who we are and what we are doing here. The search itself is  life enriching. The fellow travellers I have met are wonderful thoughtful people. The insights I have gleaned make my life more interesting.

Anyway, back to the jigsaw…anyone want to join me in putting in the next pieces?

Marian