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Do we wake up in a different/alternate universe every morning?

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posted on Mar, 27 2010 @ 03:03 PM
reply to post by autowrench

The point isn't if there are multiple universes. The point is he asking if each day we wake up in another universe. Can you realize what this suggest??? Crash mind!!
People that can't face the difficulties of life, can in one or another moment, start to create fantasies to run away from these issues. Yes, we have an astral body that can travel in different dimensions. Call it "lucid dreams", call it "astral projection", "remote vision" whatever, but the PHYSICAL BODY is stuck in the 3th dimension. We can take loads of different perceptions of the physical world, but is still the SAME WORLD. There's no matrix, there's no "backdoor program" running in our life. People will got crazy if still believing this propaganda. The different perceptions we have, are MAYA, "illusion", misinterpretations caused by the EGO. The Asian people know that. The western people are freaking out creating absurd theories to define what they don't know about.
The western civilization have to much to learn with Asian people.

[edit on 27-3-2010 by ucalien]

posted on Mar, 27 2010 @ 03:05 PM
I wish i could wake up in the universe where I'm a millionaire and my family isn't a big ball of sh**...

posted on Mar, 27 2010 @ 03:07 PM
Some of your answers can be answered by this question.

How can you prove you were not someone else yesterday?

The only thing you have is what is in the flesh imprints of your memory.That is memory, not existence.

How do you know that yesterday you were NOT someone else when all you have access to, is the information of the now? memory, 5 senses and 3rd dimensional evidence like photo's, tatoos..etc..

Time must be some quantum reality that is always subject to change depending on the prism of perception.

[edit on 27-3-2010 by manbird12000]

posted on Mar, 27 2010 @ 03:09 PM
i woke up in my bed so no,, perhaps when we dream yes i do believe we could, maybe that's why some people wake up with internal bruises etc

posted on Mar, 27 2010 @ 03:14 PM
Thank you for your replies everyone.
Very thought provoking.

[edit on 27-3-2010 by sphinx551]

posted on Mar, 27 2010 @ 04:08 PM

Originally posted by manbird12000
What I found in my journey is that since the cells in our bodies are constantly being shed and replaced, The physical body you are today constantly re materializes . Since our mind is unaware of this constant transplant activity, it has to mean that we are only our minds, and not our bodies. perhaps?

Right!!! Great post, and i have come to a very similar understanding of that concept myself. In an earlier thread i had an interesting conversation with ATS member Indigo_Child and i will post his reply

Originally posted by Indigo_Child
I think the more accurate term here is I am a consious being. As a conscious being I am a subject to both thought and form. The thought is not who I am, because the thought is mine. Nor are the forms I am witness to who I am, because the forms are mine. In same way I am not the body, because the body is mine. I am not the mind, because the mind is mine.

I am the subject, everything is the predicate. The predicates can change, but the subject remains. The predicate can be body, mind, thoughts, forms. All these are changing, but I endure because I am. I have not been born, and because I am not born I cannot die. I am eternal spirit.

Interesting stuff, and gave me a few things to reconsider.

Originally posted by manbird12000
So it's important that mankind know that they should not participate in other people's negative expectations of their worlds. It will turn yours for the worse as well.

Stop living the guilt and pity of the suffering of others, and start loving what is right in front of your body. You will have the answers to all of the questions you ever had.

Definitely agreed!!!

Your focus (is what indeed) defines your reality

posted on Mar, 27 2010 @ 04:27 PM
I think that ever decision, mostl major ones but also little one, creates different universes ( or brings us into another universe ) because we face so man different consequences...

Yesterday a friend of mine who walks a certain street every day many times didn't recognize a shop that is in that street since 1994...Which never even moved. He thought it was brand new.

Also, 2 days ago I wrote a note on a black book of mine, and now it disappeared!

Sometimes I'm sceptic about this , but only when I don't think to it much, but I think its true because of what I and m friends experienced.

Also, I've seen posted somewhere a dream of a woman who, while she was awake, she parked the car with her husband and she heard on the tv in a bar what happened, that da was 9/11...Than, she came back into the car and fell asleep.
In the dream, her and her husband parked the car and they had their date without anything about a terror attack happening.
Than, in the dream she fell asleep in the car and she dreamt about 9/11 attack. Than, in the dream she woke up and she told her husband " I had a weird dream about a terror attack " and than she WOKE UP on 9/11 and the terror attack was real.

[edit on 27-3-2010 by Zagari]

[edit on 27-3-2010 by Zagari]

posted on Mar, 27 2010 @ 04:44 PM
I've thought about this idea a whole bunch. If memories are the only thing tying us to a physical dimension, and memories are stored in our brain, then it's totally possible. I might wake up as a 6 year old me tomorrow but never know because I only have my memories to reference. BUT I do believe we have all the "knowledge" (that is abstract/emotional understands) from our other dimensions with us always, hence the idea of a "higher self."

But on a side tangent, I am a diagnosed narcoleptic. How do you suppose that fits into the equation?

posted on Mar, 27 2010 @ 04:52 PM
You feed your baby food, you watch your baby take a nap. The baby wakes up and cries, and you go and pick up the baby to make the baby stop crying.

Scientists and doctors already study people in their sleep. Answer is no. Talk about observation....

What if you die in your sleep and the afterlife is an alternate universe very similar to the one you were just in, and you don't know that you have died in your previous universe?

How could you catch the subtle changes when you wake up each morning in a different universe?

posted on Mar, 27 2010 @ 05:00 PM
No, because I wake up to the same cruel world every morning.
War, pollution, suffering, murder...the list goes on.

This planet is a paradise. Unfortunately we are slaves to the system and few experience the wonders it has to offer.

Time for real change.

posted on Mar, 27 2010 @ 05:19 PM
No I do not think we wake up in a different dimension every day.

Some here told about memory that ties the soul to the body.
Another said there is also knowledge. ( something like that )

Knowledge could be the explenation for people to give the soul a label.
Like infant, young, adolescent, mature, old.

Very thought provoking. Therefore S&F

posted on Mar, 27 2010 @ 05:23 PM
You feed your baby food, you watch your baby take a nap. The baby wakes up and cries, and you go and pick up the baby to make the baby stop crying.

Scientists and doctors already study people in their sleep. Answer is no. Talk about observation....

They can't see them disappear and such, the change happens in a way they can't see...Its not that we change dimension phyisically...That baby ( like every person ) one day might be the one from the other universe but you will never realize, until he doesn't recognize something he has seen every day, for example.
The person is the same, just not the same you lived with before, but another him, don't know if you understand.
It cannot be proven, so no its not the answer.

I'm not afraid of death...One day I dreamt I died falling from a bridge...I experienced physical death in the dream...I felt me without air and I died...I've seen that scene until the last breath, than I woke up in my bed. I think this is what happens when we die. We simply change universe in a more physical/metaphorical way...We just change the background of our life...

This thread was on first page minutes ago, now its not there, why?

[edit on 27-3-2010 by Zagari]

posted on Mar, 27 2010 @ 05:28 PM
Hey, Wouldn't it be great if you could set your GPS Satnav to take you to an Alternative Universe?

I'd be pusing that button and heading there in a Micro Second..

Seriously, this brings up a new question. If there were Alternative Universes, What makes everybody think it might be better than our own>?

An Alternative Universe might be full of Monsters and other Unworldy Things. A movie that comes to mind is "The Mist". It could be like that Movie.
In that movie, Didn't the Army or Something open a Hole into a "Alternative Universe" and let all the Monsters in?

I think I might stay in this Universe until someone that's been to an Alternative One can tell me what it's like.

posted on Mar, 27 2010 @ 06:45 PM

Originally posted by game over man

How could you catch the subtle changes when you wake up each morning in a different universe?

I don't know if this helps or not but I remember I read a phrase or sentence in some book before and then some time later when I look at the same phrase again, it is different. Either different in some words or is re-phrased. Happened more than once to me.

Also, this happens with a CD album too. It's a Josh Groban album. I remember the song names clearly and now that I looked at them again, one song name really stands out and is not as the name as I remember before.

Finally, some parts of the world look differently but let's not go there. There are separate threads for that.

posted on Mar, 27 2010 @ 09:08 PM
I've had a notion of this for a while, but for me it comes from seeming minor differences in the world from what is in my memories. Certainly, memories are not terribly reliable, but in these cases it's the very specific nature of the information - pretty trivial information at that - which just makes me sometimes wonder.

The one case that I remember best involved an article I remember having read in a major publication (something like Newsweek, or maybe the New York Times), about the little publicized details of the life of the young Pope John Paul II. In short, it went into some details about how he studied acting in his youth, then got married, had some kids, then was widowed and joined the priesthood. It was a pretty surprising article to me because I had no idea the Pope had been married and had kids! This wasn't presented as any sort of a scandal and wasn't supposed to be a secret, it was just one of those "little did you know" kinds of news stories.

Well, some months later I started telling a friend about this and she immediately told me I had to be dead wrong because a man who has been married simply cannot then become a full-blown priest (much less the Pope!). Her father's side of the family is Catholic/Italian, so it's just one of those things she "knows." I went back and looked into it it, and lo and behold she was completely correct. The part of my memory that did still hold up was about JP2's early acting training, but all of the stuff about his having children and having been married, simply never happened.

Now, probably I just somehow grossly misremembered or for some reason totally invented that story about his background in my own mind, but I can't figure out why. I have no particular interest in the Pope, I'm not Catholic (1/2 my family is, but I was raised Jewish and now consider myself an agnostic), so I don't know why it would have been on my mind enough to concoct such a story. I might have dreamed it and thought it was real - many of my dreams are exceedingly mundane and feel almost like regular life.

The other option is that this story was true in some other, alternate, almost identical universe and somehow my consciousness slipped or was transferred from one to the other at some point. It feels like a Philip K. Dick story, like "Flow My Tears The Policeman Said," or "The Man in the High Castle."

posted on Mar, 27 2010 @ 09:45 PM
If we do wake up in a different alternate universe every morning....

why does my smelly pile of socks next to my bed have to follow me.

posted on Mar, 28 2010 @ 12:36 AM
If the multiverse theory hold any water, then we DO wake up in a different universe every morning. Have you ever hit the snooze button before getting up? Then you will exist in the universe where you hit the button, while there is the equally valid universe in which you just got out of bed when the alarm first sounded.

ucalien-- I don't subscribe to the idea that body and soul are separate entities, tied together or not. I think that our physical sense of matter, time, etc. is a byproduct of our nervous system, that it is our sensory apparatus that creates the illusion of time/space. With that in mind, our senses help us "zero in" on one "reality" but the "reality" we choose is arbitrary. We are in a constant state of flux, tuning out the majority of the data we come across to create a sense of a stable "universe". The universe at large is not an object, but a process, upon awakening we find ourselves at a different point in that process, our nervous system again filters out most of the data and creates another "universe" object that coincides with our conscious and subconscious expectations. Or so it seems to me at this point in my education.

posted on Mar, 28 2010 @ 01:16 AM

Originally posted by Missletow
If the multiverse theory hold any water, then we DO wake up in a different universe every morning. Have you ever hit the snooze button before getting up? Then you will exist in the universe where you hit the button, while there is the equally valid universe in which you just got out of bed when the alarm first sounded.

Right because from that perspective if you didn't hit the snooze button later that day you could be killed crossing the street. But if you hit the snooze button the car would be down the street stopped at a light.


reply to post by sphinx551

I know what you are talking about but that could also be paranormal..

One thing. I experience deja vu from time to time, very detailed and vivid sometimes, recalling obscure details.

posted on Mar, 28 2010 @ 02:28 AM
When you go to sleep in your bed, you will wake up in your bed.
Unless you fall out of bed or die in your sleep.

posted on Mar, 28 2010 @ 02:33 AM

Originally posted by Maddogkull
WOW, are you serious I was just talking to one of my buddies about that very thing, like literally less than an hour ago. I was thinking, if there were infinite universes, and if we are just energy, and we really do not know what dreaming really is, we have theory’s but that is pretty much it. So I started to wonder if everything has to do with observation in this universe who can’t say that "I" or "we” go to a different universe? If we did it would a parallel universe 99.99999999999999999% similar to our universe. But we would never know. Good thread S&F

But I still think it is doubtful as if we could go to other universes while dreaming we would be consciously aware of it. So I doubt it.

[edit on 27-3-2010 by Maddogkull]

Thats a possibility, do you remember one of the Simpson's Halloween episodes where he goes back in time. He finds out that every time he make a change in the past it effects the future. Toward the end of the episode everything looked normal but when they started to eat around the table the rest of the family ate their food with forked tongues and like lizards, he said close enough and lived with it. I believe in the multiuniverse or multiearth theory of time travel where when you go back in time you never come back to the future you left and can never do it. Now if we are moving from body to body during the night and wake up in the morning to another universe but similar to the one we left, eventually we are going to land into a body that is in a universe that you will know is totally different.

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