reply to post by jellyman1991
I don't agree with everything posted either, however the discussions are very deep into the awareness that the Deja phenomena is more then temporal
plus how do you know that this isn't reality
I am not saying that this isn't reality, or that it isn't real. I am saying it's a sub-reality, or a compartment of a much larger reality that
Metaphorically, I am stuck time and time again explaining it like this, but it will make sense.
Let's say pure light is the true reality, and in light as it passes through the spectrum, we see the visual spectrum and the color red. This reality
would be the color red, and the only color we are aware of because our perceptions are design only to perceive and be aware of that particular
There are several other layers of which we are not aware of, and cannot perceive, but they exist. Finally, from the perspective of pure light, it
would be the true reality of which all other realities emerge from. And all of them exist within.
Where I stand on these topics is very subjective and I realize that completely.
I am aware that I am a consciousness which is experiencing what it is like to be human, not a human experiencing what it's like to be conscious.
I know that I existed before this life as a human. The pre-life memory I have sets a foundation of knowledge that only until I could fully appreciate
it at 16 years of age, has allowed me to progress into deeper and other layers of this frequency based, light based, consciousness based reality we
My personal research into precognitive dreams, provided for me at least 100% confirmation that we are indeed creating this reality from a process that
What that implies is absolutely staggering given the conditioning of our belief in physical reality, and our lack of understanding that it is guided
by some extremely organized and beyond human intelligence.
It's not a conclusion I could have come to without successive and repeat demonstrations of dreams becoming reality over my lifetime.
What I can make of it, falls into some of what religious beliefs derive in the fact that God exists, and reality is created.
However, I am not religious, and I don't believe in God in that context. Rather, I see myself as a part of a much larger, more evolved part of
myself, that is ultimately the sum total of all Universes, and that each part, each individual, each conscious aspect is also part of it.
That there is a oneness in the Universe, and from this oneness came everything else, as a part of it.
Call it God, the Universe, the Grand Universe, the Supreme Jelly Bean... I really don't think how we label it will really do it any justice to the
fact it's real other then our own realizations that what ever it is, we are a part of it.
From that perspective, we create reality because we can. We participate in these reality systems we create for the experience of it. We have created
many more realities then this one we are currently focused in. And we will be focused in many other realities once we are finished what ever it is we
sought to do in this one.
It is all planned, all engineered and thought out at a very profound, and highly organized level of intelligence. It runs deeper then time, falls
into eternity and I cannot find a beginning or an end to it all.
The precognitive dreams just present an opportunity to study their relationship with the reality they become some time layer.
It's amazingly simple and easy how the whole process is, and more amazing how difficult a time we seem to have seeing it, and realizing it.
If I can quote Robert A. Monroe's INSPEC self from Far Journeys, "For those who dream, there is reality."
I can't agree more.