posted on Feb, 27 2017 @ 09:56 AM
I've noticed the bizarre claims of many in the field of esp and foreseeing the future. When we dream, we tend to witness ourselves from a 3rd person
point of view. Could it be that we view parallel lives while in sleep? Or could it be that we become a part of our own parallel sub-conscience?
I ask this because when we dream, many of the events seem so unfamiliar and wild, things you cannot understand, things you've never thought of, it
all kind of doesn't make sense. However, sleep is actually just deep meditation. Meditation tends to help the mind from an overload of data by
allowing the mind to relax. With that said, meditation has been linked to monks, the spiritual side and everything that has to do with the magic mind
science. Many believe or have stated that if you can completely control it you'll be unstoppable and some even speak of infinite intelligence.
Meditation is also linked to astral projection, which suggests the conscious you leaves your body to explore your very own universe and time,
meditation would be equivalent to conscious sleep then, wouldn't you say? (I've never seen the difference between lucid dreaming and astral
With the above, we've never heard of someone 'witness the future' through astral projection/lucid dreaming, however, through regular sleep, we have
countless friends who state they have witnessed the future or 'saw this coming'. With the floating idea of infinite parallel universes, there are
bound to be those that are exactly the same, there are some which are months ahead, some months behind. If one should be able to become a part of
someones subconscious while in dream, you'd be able to partake in a life that is yours but in a parallel space.
If you've noticed in dreams, there are times you only process a few things which seem to make no sense, much like our very own subconscience,
there's no major grasp to every detail but there are a few things we will remember for a reason we probably will never figure out. Then there are
times in our dreams where things are happening and we cannot control it which suggests we aren't the primary controller of our dreams, but there are
also times our dream thoughts are acted upon, essentially suggesting, we aren't in full control but have some influence. Much like our
This would explain quite a few events for me, well mostly just two, or well one.
Many times we feel like 'I've seen this before' the exact play by play, while the scientific community seems to leans toward it being
'misconception of memory' I'd like to believe that De-Ja-Vu especially when you keep quiet and witness the entire event do happen and aren't just
a false memory. It's never happened before and you're completely able to see the play by play before it happens. This suggests you've witnessed it
before whether it be in dreams of in life or the shared consciousness of another you in a parallel space who is currently resting.