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Jumping Dimensions : The Infinite Possiblitys Of The Soul

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posted on Feb, 11 2010 @ 08:24 AM

Originally posted by I.C. Weiner
wonder what's gonna happen when we start being able to communicate with ourselves a few dimensions over? surely they are realizing the same things we are....

You might like the finds and subject I posted in my other thread:

Pandora's Pyxis: Pandimensionally conjoined twins?

posted on Feb, 11 2010 @ 01:16 PM

Originally posted by TiM3LoRd
reply to post by Nventual

you only think you are real. in order for him to convince himself that this is real he would have had to come up with enough back ground data to fill your memories sufficiently enough that you never question your authenticity. well thats the idea anyway. we could all each be a figment of all our imaginations and we wouldnt know it. its just impossible to prove anything. because everything is subjective to the observer.

Wow, I like your approach with an open mind, it's a good theory, although most likely improbable.

It reminds me of the end of Vanilla Sky. The whole movie David is convined everything is real, and every character in his reality are convinced they are real. Untill he figure's out he's in a cryogenic dream.

At the very end, the doctor try's to convince him that it IS real, and it's a big conspiracy against him. He implies he must be real because he has two daughters, ... but when he is asked what their names are, he can't remember, ... and realizes he is a figment of david's imagination.

posted on Mar, 21 2010 @ 12:19 PM
I had another jump a couple of days ago. I have been working on bicycles for around 30yrs, and i do things the same way everytime. i had to change a rear tire/tube a while back. when i put the rear wheel back on, i always put the coaster brake mount on the bottom part of the frame. i had not used my bike in awhile, and was giving it a once-over before riding it. i almost fell out when i saw the coaster brake arm mounted to the TOP part of the frame!!! i have never done this before, why would i do it now? i even inspected it closer to see if there was a reason to mount it in a different location, there wasn't.

posted on Apr, 9 2010 @ 03:13 PM
Wow! Finally! I find people with similar ideas to what i have. Lately I haven't been myself. I have been thinking about things way too much. Questioning every action in my life, Questioning what existence really is, but what i have been really curious about is what happens to us when we die.

I have come up with a theory that really makes sense, at least to me, and to a couple of my peers.I believe that we never die and that we keep living 'til infinity. We are constantly soul jumping from one dimension to the next.

I think that one is born in a certain dimension. One keeps living in that same dimension until something tragic, like an accident or something, occurs. Everyone that you met and knew in that dimension knows you died and they keep living their lives thinking that ur dead. But you yourself are not aware of that, you know that you were in accident, but u survived. Everything and everyone that you met and saw is still there. This because after you were in the accident, your "soul" jumped from one dimension to the next taking along your memories...So even though you saw someone pass away, it doesnt mean that they dont exist aymore. They might not eist in your dimension, But you exist to them in their new dimension.

Its really hard to put these thoughts into words. And i know it kinda sounds crazy, but watevar... we're all a bit crazy. someone, please tell me what you think of this.

posted on Apr, 9 2010 @ 04:27 PM
reply to post by gregorio305

Yes indeed my love, fear is but an illusion to those who choose not to follow you.

Do you have any vices in your life my precious one? Have you yet found the higher powers in your life?

Thank you for your answer.


posted on Apr, 10 2010 @ 09:31 PM
reply to post by Visitor2012

No vices for me... and what exactly do you mean by finding higher powers? are you reffering to a God?

posted on Jun, 14 2010 @ 02:32 PM

Originally posted by TheLaughingGod
This is some amazing and fascinating stuff, imagine being able to do this at will. Nothing seems impossible and at the same time, really we're pretty limited - it's a bittersweet feeling. Duality at its finest.

Supersoul, if you can hear me I command you to shift my perception to my most ideal world.
And make sure I have a plasma gun or something!

Maybe what your higher self (you) is experiencing is what is the best reality for you at any given moment. When you do a dimension jump, it is simply because another place is better for your growth at that moment.

posted on Jul, 30 2010 @ 06:53 AM
Hi. I've been reading what you all have to say and I find it so fascinating that I just had to interact. Other dimensions and infinite possibilities is where I'm at, it excites me to think there may be more than what we're seeing.

I was thinking about the idea of jumping dimensions and wondered if we might actually slip into other dimensions rather than go any distance. What I mean is, the way I see it, other dimensions are not anywhere else but here and we 'slip' into them when we change our perception.

My theory - ahem - We are part of everything; spirtual. The spirit side is, you could say, nothing; it is pure. We are also living beings with bodies, goals, needs etc... So we are something and nothing - a paradox. The something or ego, as some call it, exists through experience and makes decisions, choices and judgements regarding the experiences which form fears, desires, likes, dislikes etc... That is who we are as living beings.

The nothing, or spirit, is everything and everywhere. This is also who we are; we are one and many.

Suppose in another dimension I make different choices or decisions about the experiences I have, which would alter who I am to a lesser or greater degree. My Perception of the world around me would be different which would possibly lead to different circumstances. Suppose if I wanted to slip into another dimension I would take on the other self and those decisions made. That would change my perception of the world. Some days I am more tolerant or less patient or whatever. I know a woman who is one day happy to help and the next day so concerned with rules and regulations that she forgets to smile. She could be seen as a multiple personality case but, perhaps, she is two slightly different people.

I think these other dimensions are like flimsy tissue paper right in front of us and we're just not aware of them. I'm totally fascinated by the story of the original post; spending time in jail. I think that is definitely possible. We experience, make choices everyday. What if we chose different in the past? How would our lives be different now? Why not be able to access other dimensions? I love the idea.

posted on Jul, 30 2010 @ 06:15 PM
reply to post by gregorio305

Yes, what your reffering to is called Quantum Immortality.

Say you had an experiment with a cat, human, whatever. You create a box, that flips a virtual coin say, every minute. If it hits heads, then poisonous gas is injected into the box killing the subject.

In one dimensions, it may take two, three flips before it hits heads, but in at least one dimension, ... the coin will NEVER hit heads, and the cat will acheive this sort of quantum immortality.

The idea of alternate dimensions gives us a better view of how complex the human soul, the universe, and ultimately god, really is. For everything we are, there is a place we are not.

posted on Aug, 4 2010 @ 12:38 AM
Thanks for your input. I'm familiar with the 'cat in the box' scenario. Is that what you're referring to? I guess what I'm saying is something like that; different states in existence at the same time in different dimensions.

I had a dream where I was on a bus and we were driving fast towards this cliff. I was thinking, 'this can't be happening, this can't be happening'. When we near the edge I thought, 'I hope this doesn't hurt'. The bus went over and we were falling. I felt my body evaporating, or something, then I woke up in bed. I was surprised, amazed to be in my bed. I looked down at my body and touched my arm. I was astounded that my body was there. I can't properly explain how I felt. Whether this was another dimension or not and whether or not it was real it sure felt like it.

posted on Aug, 26 2010 @ 10:22 PM
Hi Guys, not sure if you are interested in this but I am writing a detailed post on dimensions and the shift. It's roughly the same topic.

It includes some really unique thoughts and pictures.

In accordance to jumping dimensions, I had a phase in my life where I had an undeniable hunger to understand what is really going on, I knew there was much more to this reality, as do millions of others. So I started to dig deep, learn meditation among other things. I met a very interesting lady at the markets, and she sold crystals, before this point I had no idea about crystals or what they were. She was amazingly intuitive, she could hold your hand and feel your problems. anyway so she basically helped me to learn how to meditate with particular crystals on special parts of your body, I was also creating two decreasing frequencies in a stereo pan mode which generated a standing wave which as produced by the mind (same as bin-aural beats). The idea is that it lowers your brain waves and allows you to get into a trance state very quickly.

So I began doing this regularly in the hope that maybe I would find something unique or unlock some hidden doors in my own mind. Several times I experienced this amazing feeling that I was just vibration, but one time stood out more than this.

I was doing an hour long meditation with the frequencies and crystals, lying on the floor, I had my eyes closed and was seeing crazy patterns, but to my amazement when I opened my eyes, they did not disappear! They were floating through my room. I was dark, I had no lights on in the room and everything looked a little different. The shapes were a see through green glow, more light a neon light and they were shaped like a bent tear drop in the yin and yang, except there was three in each pattern all swirling like a vortex together. They were just flying in and out of the room and through the walls. As soon as I started to think about it, they all disappeared. But it was so freaky and exhilarating at the same time. It freaked me out at the time so I chilled out on the meditations for a while.

After this I began studying the area very deeply.

There are two things which I thing are prominent:

  1. There are higher dimensions (I prefer to call these densities as they are different in frequency density)
  2. There are parallel dimensions which are infinite but completely linked to you.

How the latter works is like this. Consciousness is like a never ending fractal, check out the mandelbrot for more info. The consciousness that is in you enables you to observe one reality that you are choosing to live, created by your beliefs, thoughts and your free will.

Every other possible reality is within your reach, just like the 'observer problem' in quantum physics explains. Each time you make a decision, there is an option which you decided not to choose, this in essence drives the reality you are in now and allows the unchosen choice to stem another parallel dimension, but if you could see all potentials with your eyes, it would be like looking at yourself through a kaleidoscope, doing everything you could have possibly thought of. therefore there are infinite parallel realities.

If that is the case, then the process in which you think can control the dimensions from your point of view. Ok this may be a mind blow, but it's just my theory...

posted on Aug, 26 2010 @ 10:22 PM
The other thing I forgot to mention that I thought was interesting:

I went and saw a psychic at the time when I was getting involved in all the fringe areas, and she was pretty amazing - blew my mind actually.

She said "You need to stop worrying about how the universe works, you should know that you as yourself are not traveling this journey alone, there are an infinite number of you in all parallel dimensions out there all linked to you through a white cord stemming up into the universe"

She explained they were like a wave, or a frequency going up and down with the tide, and at this time I had no idea what she was talking about... that was back then...

[edit on 26-8-2010 by Reflections]

posted on Sep, 3 2010 @ 10:10 PM
reply to post by IntastellaBurst

I had a recurring dream theme for many years that always were so vivid that when I awoke, felt so much more real than my real life, which felt so empty by comparison...I'll say there's a lot more to dreams than just random electronic twitches of the brain! The dreams were always about the "love of my life" from my teen years passing me by in church and in school. I had been a great doubter about the existence of God or even a higher power in the universe, if you will, and I had simply been a materialistic person only interested in the here and now. Nine years of that, in which I experienced insomnia, a near fatal crash and the loss of a job and marriage, and I realized I had nowhere else to go but to start turning to a higher power... only then, after I started going back to church, did the dreams about church begin to change for the better and then I later turned to looking at other religions. But it was still another 20 years before the dreams of school changed, when I began to learn about how spirituality and physics are talking about one and the same energy in the universe. I had to seek out a whole new radical way of what reality and politics and culture and history meant; ponder the meaning of life and our place in the universe before the dreams changed to where "the love of my life" was no longer passing me by, but now a friend who had been misunderstood but was older and wiser!

posted on Sep, 3 2010 @ 10:25 PM
reply to post by gregorio305

Cool! I, too, am glad to find other people undergoing similar instances to mine--and asking questions about altered realities and parallel universes. I was haunted by recurring dreams around the same themes for 30 years. I was the biggest nonbeliever of God or a god-force in the universe. For the first 9 years I tried to ignore them, but they only became more intense and vivid and made my "real" life seem to fake and empty!! Only when I began to surrender to a "higher power" did I begin to realize that there could only be one thing trying to reach me in the deepest quiet of the night, when there was literally no one else but me and "god" -- or a higher power in the universe that wanted me to listen.

I think that once one studies physics books written for lay people, and realizes that everything in OUR universe (which only we can perceive) is made up of the same indestructible 12 subatomic elements and that 96% of THIS universe is made up of DARK MATTER and DARK ENERGY, and that electrons within each atom never orbit around the nucleus like planets around the sun, but rather disappear and reappear in different locations and sometimes appear in 2 different places simultaneously, you will realize that there is more to our reality than we think. Past lives is a possibility -- after all, all energy is indestructible--where do ours souls go?

posted on Nov, 4 2010 @ 08:36 PM
reply to post by gregorio305

I know you wrote your post some time ago. I stumbled onto it because I am also searching to see whether other people share my beliefs/theories. Like you I also believe that we live forever, or rather our consciousness lives forever. I cannot imagine that this self/consciousness just gets extinguished. My theory is that we exist and are conscious simultaneously, in other dimensions. But we will only ever feel aware of one existence, and one sense of consciousness, at any one time. When we die in this reality, our consciousness takes over in another, and we continue existing. We all have experienced death in alternate dimensions but are not aware of it. Some of my friends believe that you will know all the answers and secrets of the universe and life itself, when you die. But I believe you will never find out. For as soon as you die, you live. Hey, I may just have died 0.00000001 second ago in the year 2020, but "woke up" in that split moment, in this dimension in front of my computer on November 4 2010.

posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 02:01 PM
reply to post by IntastellaBurst

I swear I don't understand, believe or get any of this. I have been "jumping dimensions", so that is the term I am made to believe, for the past 6 years that I am aware of. Material things have been appearing that were absolutely never there before (clock, picture, sink, metal logo...etc---material), but only to me. To everyone else it was always there. Physical changes, (a radio station a person listens to & is programmed to, a signature, habits and intimate things, watching a show I know I watch b4, to find out it was never on b4--physical), that I absolutely know to be, but to others have always been.
I just don't get it nor do I understand it. I'm trying to, but I guess my brain is too small that i can't comprehend it.
Can a soul really be in two, three, four.....places at the same time? Someone asked a question about what happens to your soul when you leave a dimension to end up in a different dimension?
What the heck? And what happens if I get stuck in between, can that happen?
Can anyone explain this in simple easy terms where I can hopefully understand it? (and please no wise cracks, or tell me to just accept it and not worry about it, or that I must have a bad memory, just don't comment then). These things are happening to me and I would like to know why and how.
I want to know and understand why I experience this.

posted on Jul, 21 2011 @ 06:04 PM
Bump because I went to look for this and could not find the darn thread.

posted on Jul, 21 2011 @ 09:45 PM
reply to post by intuitivegirl

Your soul can be in infinate places at the same time.... as it is not bound by time or space. If time does not exist, .... as it does not in quantum theory.... then you are living all of your previous and future lifetimes right now.... this moment, just in different points in space.

It is really hard to try and understand the scope of it all..... everytime I think i got it all figured out another door opens into a whole new universe.

There are worlds within worlds my friend. just focus on the one in front of you.

posted on Jul, 21 2011 @ 10:03 PM
And Am I correct in guessing you have not returned to the "dream" about being locked up for DUI awaiting trial?
This is one of the best threads to date on dimensional shifts/ jumps.
I think that every decision we make that there's the equal and opposite decision made, a branch then forms off at that point, and if there was more than two choices, then all the other possibilities also form branches, but can these realities also converge at some point?

posted on Jul, 21 2011 @ 11:59 PM
reply to post by IntastellaBurst

Ever since I saw a 40 minute video of "What the bleep do we know?" this thought has not left my mind. I ask myself every so often the question: "Am I creating all of this, or creating all of it with the aide of something else?" I ask myself: "Is my mind creating all of these people?" These are insane thoughts, but luckily, I know they're! Strange thing is, I still ask them. I even ask myself: "Are the people in this forum in my own mind or part of my own expectations about what people should say on forums?"

Are these dangerous questions?

You may think I've gone off the deep end, but in all honesty I don't really believe in the sincerity of these questions. I simply ask them like when I ask: "Is there a god?"

It's unanswerable, so far. And the measure of insanity is unknowing. IF I have lost my mind and convinced myself that I can control reality and I am the control and subject of my experiment, then it's not reliable and with no external basis to judge my conclusions I would be hopeless to trust them.

The only time i've ever experienced a moment anything like what the OP is saying was long before I saw this "What the bleep do we know?" video. It was a thursday. I had the strangest thought. I asked myself: "What would happen if friday never happened and it was saturday and I didn't remember friday happening?" I know this is going to seem strange and I'm probably committing myself by admitting this, but when saturday came I did not remember friday happening. This has only happened once in my entire life. I'm usually of sound and reasonable mind.

Is reality created in some way we have yet to understand?

Or am I running away from reality, attempting to invent a fantasy to escape a fear of death? I tell myself that I don't want religion to ease my fears. I want science. But what if reality is stranger than anything we ever thought possible? What if science can't even explain it? And what if I'm crazy and don't know it?

I'd like to give every1 a hundred years or more of life to live or the entire past for them to review until they pass away. I wonder if I can make this a reality. I do not like seeing so much death. If people are going to die, I would like to see them pass from this earth having let go of things and having said a respectable goodbye. And if we can remember one another and die knowing we will be remembered or can be remembered then ti's as though we will live forever anyway.

Is this post serious? It's as serious as: "Is there a god?" If you have ever asked that question then think back to when you asked it and that's the same level of seriousness this post contains.
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