posted on Aug, 19 2011 @ 11:18 PM
Originally posted by reluctantflux
I don't believe the device works. But I'm surprised after how much of the "I'll tell you if it works, or if it doesn't", that he didn't come
in here and say it.
With all due respect, I think you're trying to make a "black or white" judgment where there are a thousand shades of
Here's my opinion on the HDR, and I feel somewhat qualified to offer an opinion because I do own one, as I posted before. The device is not a magical
transporter that can whisk you around multiple timelines in the blink of an eye. It is merely a device that assists you in tuning your consciousness,
or your vibration. If you think there is no effort required on your part, you're deluding yourself.
The reason I got the device is, it was recommended to me for spiritual and physical healing, and for out-of-body travel to the past; the future; or to
alternate timelines. I know people who say it works for physical time travel, and I don't doubt it for a minute, but that requires a serious stretch
in consciousness that frankly I don't think very many people are willing to put forth the required effort.
I've never tried to physically time travel, nor do I have any desire to do so. In one of my out-of-body travels to an alternate timeline I got
'stuck' and couldn't get back when I wanted to, and believe me I was sure glad I wasn't physically there! It was scary enough, but since my body
was still here I knew it would eventually call me back.
If you recall, the OP said he used the device to try and travel back in time and then he took a nap and dreamed he was back in the past. I thought
that was a great start, and I'm pretty sure that with continued practice he would only get better at it. At least that has been the case with me...
but even after posting that experience we have posters saying "It doesn't work!"
Small wonder he's not rushing back here to share any more