I've been through trouble like that before when I was younger. The parallel world experience is only part of the problem. There are two other
First, we are conscious creative beings; our minds make our world. So we see what we want to see. You have a personal memory of things having
occurred a certain way in a certain world context, but when you bring it to another witness, they say otherwise. Be careful about this because some
people are going to accuse you of doing drugs, even though I don't think that is the cause. Another accusation that might show up is brain damage, or
senility. They might go so far to accuse you of mental illness. So be careful about who you tell what you believe. I personally strongly dislike
these reactions people give sometimes, to smooth out their world into a one-world idea, but stay grounded.
Second, there may be something more involved than just worldlines. Like erased memories. Sure you traveled through an alternate view of a limited
universe, but then you come to live interaction with someone and they say otherwise, where did that come from?
A little personal story: when I was younger, I went through a time shift like that, actually involved some kind of time travel, but then I got back to
my house or original position, and some other people (from the future or a layer of time, I don't know) with advanced light technology came by and
blanked out my memory of where I had been. So now I had this memory of alternative events but I didn't have the memory of how it got into my
recollection. It feels like waking up from a dream, where you know you had a really good dream, but you can't remember much of it; then you go out in
real life and suddenly know the answers for events. But then there are events that look so real but they never happened that way.
It might be memory implants. I'm not really keen on how memory implants work, except it goes back to we see what we want to see. More personal stuff
is that I have deep dreams of alternative personal events, mostly regarding family, that never actually occurred. For example I am in a world where
my father is dead, but in many alternate worldlines, he is alive. It goes back to the problem that we see what we want to see, that the majority of
my consciousness is attached to the worldline where he's dead, but there are multiple worldlines where some of my consciousness sees, or visits,
enough to make a memory out of it. And then in relation to the parallel times that I only got a peek of, my main life is relatively uninteresting.
So what to do with experiences of alternative realities? You're in the world of probabilites, like a ginormous lotto ticket every single day. Then
you sort of learn, does it matter if you never had a real relationship with these individuals you read about in the newspaper or read about online?
Then you really have to adopt the concept of detachment from the world when your mind is floating through layers of time like that, and you learn to
live with theh moment you have at the now. What is really weird is that there are layers of consciousness that are ticking away like a watch face,
and every second that you spend your energy in a certain direction at a certain location on the planet, with a certain zodiac placement in the sky, in
proximity to all the other people on the sphere called Earth, the whole universe hears you back and will adjust accordingly. That is basically your
heart, of what attracted you in the place where you are today.
I think someone is trying to say you're watching too much TV and need more people that don't come out of a box. Actually you were probably doing
something productive in one of those parallel worlds and then your consciousness energy either raised or dropped, probably by meeting a challenge that
you could not overcome (you could have died in one of those parallel worlds and then efficiently refocused on the worlds you could live in).
Willpower accounts for something.
EDIT: There is one more influence, without waxing philosophical, about how you're encountering these overlaps. It may have something to do with
exotic radiation in the environment, that warps the time and space around the radiation. If so it's temporally-related...you said 3 years to the day.
An influence might be something radioactive that has a 3 year half life. It could be in the region where you're having these experiential blips.
edit on 25-3-2013 by Sandalphon because: exotic radiation idea