posted on Nov, 17 2012 @ 06:03 AM
Whenever I try to imagine more than one existence, I imagine window shopping. Imagine you are in the Dimensional Mall. You are out in the Mall way,
looking into all the stores. At this point, all time and space would really be meaningless to you. It is something occurring in all the shops, but has
no real meaning for you. You are outside of time and space, but you can peer into it from your vantage point in the Mall. Imagine you can see into
them. In one shop you could see early humans, in another you could see the industrial revolution, you could see the future and the past. There really
wouldn't have to be a present. You could just pick any point you wanted to look at. You can even go into them. If you appear in any of them, to the
observer inside, they would just see you appear. They would say "Where did you come from?" Since they are living only in their own little shop. They
are unaware that other shops exist and they can't get out or see out of their own one.
Now imagine that you are in the shop. You have lived there. You only really know the life there. You see the observer come in, or appear. If he were
to tell you how to get out, what do you think he would say? Perhaps he would say you need to think about something other than the material world you
live in. Maybe you need to rely less on money. Maybe you can take nothing with you. People today work. They believe life is about working and making
money. With this they can get stuff. They judge others on how much stuff they have. They want to get more stuff than others. Everyone thinks this way
and this is all we know. What if, however, there is another way of thinking?
For people who are obsessed with money and material things, they'll never be able to see out. They just will not get it. Even if you pointed it out
they'd not see it. Why would they ever want out anyway? What would be the point if they had to leave their stuff? Why would they want to visit an
existence where the people there do not judge each other by how much stuff they had? If they were rich, how could they leave their things behind? How
could they appreciate or understand anything else?
I have some materialistic and judgemental people in my own family. I have tried to talk about this to them and they simply do not get it at all. They
just can't imagine that life could mean anything without money. I do believe the grid will go down or something is about to happen. There is going to
be a depression or something. It is very hard for me because when I talk to them about how it is going to feel to loose everything, they don't want
to hear it. It is going to very hard for them. I don't know how they will survive because life will not have meaning to them.
Maybe once some people are forced to get away from this way of thinking to get alone with themselves, then they will begin to think about something
else. I don't know. I already think about these things a lot, so I would be more prepared to deal with the loss I guess.