Well, I've read through all the links, and some of them hint and understand part of what happens, but they don't fully grasp everything involved. I
know more about reality/dimension jumping from experiencing it. The articles highlight the difference between theories, knowing and experiencing.
It's like knowing how childbirth works compared to actually going through pregnancy, excruciating labour and then giving birth. A whole 'nother
ballpark. That's a hard thing when I'm looking for help or a meeting of minds. In fact, I think just talking to people on this forum has helped more
than anything. Every single person who contributed to this thread has helped me for sure.
Having people say they've experienced the same thing, or other experiences that are similar, also helps me to keep my sense of humour about the whole
deal. I wouldn't want to lose that lol.
It's like the author/s of the sites have an idea of how reality jumping/dimension jumping works, but it's only theory, so they haven't completed the
puzzle. There are some things that are correct, but a lot of things that aren't, and it's not really helpful. If you had no idea or hadn't experienced
moving to another dimension/reality, you'd be kind of led down the wrong path. And don't get me wrong, the more I know, the more I realise I
absolutely don't know. But I relate things back to my own experiences. You can tell me that this is how 'something works' yet if my experience proves
that to be false, I won't agree. I compare theories against my experiences that I know to be true.
I read a lot and can recall small details in texts (I'm an author and editor), and my experience came about from reading a lot of different books and
then piecing clues together.
With regard to 'time slips', there was so time slip. I'm not saying they don't exist, but that didn't happen here. With the reality jump, you gain
information seemingly from nowhere, it just comes to you like you've always known. The time was exactly the same. How I know this? Well, other than
just 'knowing', a practical measure was that I had to pick my children up from school and I wasn't late. The reason I mentioned I was confused if I
lost 3 days or 3 hours is because that time was fuzzy. It was like 3 days in my old reality and 3 days in my new had merged, both overlaying. And if I
tried to recall exact moments . . . something went wrong, other than the huge moments of change like the OBE. It's really difficult to explain, but
there was no time slip.
What did read correctly was that this new dimension was invisible the naked eye in the form my body normally is (in this dimension), but it was right
there in my living room just the same! I simply couldn't see it. It was from a different realm. But they were really close. I'm talking a distance of
2 metres away from me. I moved off of the sofa as molecules -- of course, because I hovered and those molecules are weightless. And those molecules
altered to fit into the new stream of another reality (it felt slightly curved, like part of a ring) -- and I should've opened my eyes and fallen from
mid-air onto the floor when it was finished, but I opened my eyes and I was back on the sofa . . . knowing I moved a good 2 metres, yet suddenly
appearing in the same spot. This new reality that had all the same furniture as the old reality, but then the differences started to show soon
Sometimes I wonder if there are things on this earth that pierce into other dimensions or come from other dimensions and just show up here. Then
there's the fact that my children remember me as being sick, so in this new reality I was ill, and then suddenly better. I think, how could this be
when they start noticing the jumps, but only I have moved? My eldest daughter now will sometimes say to me out of the blue, "Something about you has
changed. You're different."
And I'll reply, "Picked that up, did you?"
She'll say, "I've noticed it for a few weeks. I like it."
And that gets me thinking. . . how does that work? Most people don't notice when I make conscious decisions to alter something slightly about what I
choose to experience. And if they do, this is how things have always been in this reality. So that's another thing I don't know and nothing I've read
has touched on it. But it gets me thinking, like I said, that this is proof that some things do pierce or overlap dimensions, even experiences.
I read the sample of the book about Magic and Mystery in Tibet, and that looks to be interesting. I'm going to go to the library and check to see if
Thanks again for everyone's input. I can't wait to participate in more interesting conversations with all the people on ATS
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