This is taken from my Facebook spiritual group,
Know Thyself and Return to Soul: Way of True Ascension and Enlightenment 2012
I have read about reality being referred to as a simulation in Dolores' Three Waves of Volunteers book. And the theme is again referred to in Dolores
latest book Convoluted Universe 4 with the mentioning of the "backdrop people". The backdrop people are mentioned to be without souls in the book,
but in her videos, Dolores specifically referred to them as fake physical solids. Maybe such 'fake humans' are not meant to be possessed by souls as
they could be the 'core pillars' that supports the running of the entire simulation.
I think that Dolores' Source(SC) is trying to get people to focus on the nature of human reality as being a simulation. Although a simulation is
commonly referred to a made-up copy of an original reality, I have mentioned that I think that the human reality is reality that is not the soul's
In the chapter titled "Barrage of Information" from the Three Waves book, the Source mentioned that the human reality is a program simulation within
a program simulation, created because of boredom. It said that the different levels of simulations happen in the mind of the creator like a
multi-level dream(like in the movie Inception). The nature of human reality being part of a multi-level dream has also been speculated in many
spiritual writings. According to the Source, a God program was created, I think this happened when countless souls were imagined into existence. From
this God program, another simulated program that involves the human reality was imagined into existence. So because the human reality is just an
imagination, it is referred to as an illusion, so I think that anything that is created with the soul's mind or mental will is also just an
imagination. So maybe the perceptive consciousness of each imagined soul is one of the many mental perspectives found in the creator's mind. Anything
that we can perceive is therefore a mental imagination and illusion.
So what is the human reality really?
I think that the human reality found on Earth was created by the souls' imagination when they imagined the speed of light being slowed down to
create/imagine the dense matter as well as time that is found in the 3rd dimension. The restrictions in the 3rd dimension would be reflected on all
inanimate solids as well as living beings on Earth. The restrictions would be expressed in different levels of heat energy on the planet, therefore
creating different kinds of climate and living conditions. Living beings such as animals and human beings would reflect the restrictions differently
as they live on different parts of the planet.
People have speculated whether 'complex life' came about from Intelligent Design or natural evolution. If the mind of the creator is already
intelligent and consists of diverse geometric patterns, this means that whatever simulation is imagined within the creator's mind would also hold
such geometric patterns. Therefore, there is always a probability for random particles to assemble into orderly 'intelligent' patterns/forms based
on such influence.
I think that once the human reality was teeming with complex reacting machines that is 'life', souls could then possess the bodies of humans and
animals by perceiving from their points of view. It is also said that everything even a rock can be conscious. I think that the human bodies are part
of causes and effects like reaction bodies, therefore they do not have freewill. The choices they seem to make are just complex reactions triggered
from external influences. The human body and mind are no different from a reaction robot/machine. The soul cannot influence the physical body because
it has no need to, since it wants to experience the restrictions that naturally occur in the 3rd dimension. Some people said that the soul is able to
have the ability to alter the human's life plan in some ways, maybe it is able to do this, but I am not sure of the reason why it needs to do this if
it desires to learn about the human reality in the most natural condition.
I perceive the human reality as a containment full of reactions like the chemical reactions occurring in a beaker. There are lumps of chemicals that
have more complex reactions that are perceived as "intelligent life". Souls can choose to perceived from less complex reactions such as a rock, or
choose to perceive from more complex reactions occurring as "intelligent life". Souls experience multiple lives as they perceived from reacting
lumps of "intelligent life" to another.
Every human mental thought is just part of the countless reactions taking place in the simulation. The conscious soul is not of the human mind and
body, it merely experience them by feeling them in the closest way possible.
So why did the creator create souls?
I think the reason is because it needed to create multiple conscious perspectives to fully experience scenarios/realities from different points of
view. It has also been thought of by many people that the creator cannot experience itself unless it is able to see or experience itself from
different viewpoints. So, it needed to created separated perspectives to experience itself, which is to experience scenarios/realities within its own
If each perspective in the mind is an imagination, would it mean that the creator's perception of itself is also an imagination? Even the creator has
to imagine who he is? If each perspective in our own human mind is also an imagination, would it mean that the perception of ourselves is also an
imagination or illusion? If the human reality is a dream within a greater dream, it would imply that whatever we can perceive is also part of the
dream, therefore everything is an imagination or illusion.
Similarity of Dreams and Waking Life
The reason we feel that our dreams are as similar as our waking life experience could be due to the fact that both our dreams and out waking life are
both imaginations. The mind imagines and recreates the restrictions that make dreams feel restricting and therefore 'real'. Our dreams would seem to
be less permanent and less frequent because they can only be experienced for a short while when we sleep during our 'waking life' dream.
(End of Part 1)