posted on Jan, 28 2016 @ 12:21 PM
This "no free will" thing needs some clarification.
Everything that has, is, and will happen already has happened. That is, your life, has a set path that it will take. It's already happened. The thing
is, there are an infinite number of alternate dimensions. Some are only different by one atom, or even less -- much less.
So yes, you don't really have "free will" you are more like the character in a book, unaware that the pages ahead of you have been written already.
That doesn't mean, however, that you can't "jump dimensionally" to a nearby reality in which circumstances and future events unfold differently. Those
paths are also set, so unless you jump again, you're now stuck in another dimension with a set path.
So no, you don't have free will -- but what's been missing is that caveat. It *is* possible to change your direction by shifting your
observer-perspective to alternate dimensions.
So when I say you are your reality and your reality is you, that's true. It is running a program already written, and you are the projector projecting
it. You don't know what's on the rest of the reel, but it's already there. But you can splice a new reel and go in a different direction if you want.
And, some people do this without even realizing they're doing it. It's not some great mystical thing you have to do under a full moon, with support of
elementals and whatever. That's a bunch of munbo-jumbo people do to get in the right psychological state of mind. Whatever works, as they say.
It's actually pretty easy. I'd get into the details on how you can test this out for yourself...but I think if you want to find the answers, you can
As I said, most of what you think you want, you really don't. You end up regretting the things you wanted, and all to often they come with unknown and
unseen consequences. Maybe I want a new BMW. Awesome, right?! What happens when I finally manage to get it to happen in my life and it breaks down? I
don't have the money for expensive auto parts from Germany. My insurance rates go up and I can't afford the insurance. I finally mange to get it
fixed, but get into an accident, hurt someone and without insurance I'm now a law-breaker and liable for that guy I hurt. I'm way, way worse off than
I was in the beginning.
So while there may not be free will in any dimensional reality -- I've already "jumped" a few dimensions in the past two years, altering the course of
my life. And each time I "manifest" something, I'm not changing this reality and bringing something forth within it -- I'm actually moving myself and
my intent closer and into a dimension in which that possibility has been written and is real through sets of circumstances.
The danger with that, once again is unintended consequences. If you mess with one thing, all the other things you've positioned and set up carefully
could be messed with.