Apr 17 2015
In previous posts, we learned that “time” is something that we humans invented. Linear time doesn’t exist except in our “3D” minds. What exists instead of time is “event space” or parallel environments where events happen. But most people have never heard of event space. If they had, it would probably change the way they view their lives and the world around them. How does event space change your perspective on life?
What is event space or parallelism?
Physicists have told us about the concept of parallel universes. Several films and TV shows have shown us characters in parallel lifetimes. But that doesn’t even begin to scratch the surface of what event space (parallelism) is about. Here is how Guy Needler has described it:
Event space is a semi-sentient energetic functionality, which is part of the Origin and pervades everything. It is intelligent self-aware energy with a very specialized function.
- It creates itself as a temporary structure, wherever there is a need for a decision or choice point at any level, frequency, or dimension of our multiverse (and beyond).
- You could think of it as a supermassive, superintelligent “holodeck” that is attracted to all of the possible possibilities, such as the intentions of nonsentient and sentient entities. But there is much more to it than that.
There is no such thing as time. We exist in this event space-based environment, where all events happen. Everything that has ever happened or will happen is happening right now.
- Each event and all its variations are happening all together or at the same time.
- Timelines are really a series of event points linked together to make event streams.
- The natural thing for the event stream to do is go from the nearest event to the next event that should have happened, because it has already happened, according to Needler.
What does it look like?
This is not an easy concept to wrap our heads around, so here are some image analogies to illustrate things (based on my imagination and current understanding, which is evolving).
- Think of a marquee with flashing lights that appear to be “moving” across the stationary light bulbs. The same thing happens with a string or rope of Christmas lights. Each bulb is an event point, but all the bulbs (whether lit or not) exist simultaneously (below).
- We travel by focusing our consciousness on one point at a time. We can create whatever path we want to experience. We’re constantly jumping from one point or row of bulbs to another, in effect lighting them up with our consciousness when we get there.
- We are here to be within the points and to experience them, to be in the thick of it, and to experience being in linearity. We are the experiencers.
This analogy can be used to illustrate the whole multiverse as a big sphere of lights (below). The physical universe is the innermost sphere within the multiverse structure, which is static.
- But event space is a temporary structure that multiplies and contracts as needed to play out all the possible possibilities at any and all forks in the road.
- A closeup shows how a person with free will could choose to experience three variations of a scenario. To do that, the person splits into three parallel incarnate selves, who experience different event streams and their consequences (labeled A1, A2, A3, below).
Each of them thinks they’re the only one or at least the primary person living that path. But they’re all part of a team of “local you’s” trying to learn about the cause and effect of things.
Here’s a few local yokels in a cartoon and poem by Stan Cooper and Don Hunt: Parallelism
“Truth is always colored by perspective. There are as many versions of truth and reality as there are beings to interpret truth and reality.” – Wendy Kennedy & Nora Herold
How many parallel selves are there?
You’d be surprised how fast the numbers add up, when decision points expand in a fractal manner. For example, a “ternary tree” has three branches per node (e.g. left, right or up).
The fractal branching with just three possible choices goes up very quickly from 3 to 9 to 27 branches leading us to a “mathematical forest” of self-similar trees that we can get lost in. 😉
- The same thing happens with our parallel selves. They quickly go up in numbers (e.g. 200-100,000+), when we want to explore different scenarios at various decision points.
- When our intention is strong, the branch gets thicker. When we lose interest, the branch becomes thinner or a dead end, which collapses and folds back into the main trunk.
- All our experiences are recorded in real-time by our True Energetic Self. After death, we will review all our localized parallel conditions to see what worked vs. what didn’t work (see How Detailed Is the Soul’s Life Review? – Big Picture Questions.com).
Our soul aspect is in charge of the team of parallel incarnate selves, while our True Energetic Self is in charge of all the soul aspects it sends out to incarnate. Our Source Entity is in charge of ALL the entities and their environments, which must be like event space on steroids!??
How does event space change your perspective on life?
This is how we create everything we experience. On Earth we have individualized free will.
- We decide which event points to experience by ourselves or with our family, friends or other beings in local, global, galactic, universal or multiversal event space conditions.
- Our event streams become intertwined with those of others, like a giant ball of rubber bands that are all connected and convoluted within the same holographic space.
Many of us agonize over decision making. We get worried about making the “wrong” choice at a fork in the road. Now that we know there’s a whole team of us exploring all the parallel choices, we can give ourselves a break, while still paying attention to our intuition or hunches.
- These hunches may be coming from our guide and helpers and some of our parallel selves, who figured out what didn’t go so well or what to avoid like the plague! 😉
- We shouldn’t worry about making a “mistake.” We’re meant to learn by trial and error, which is part of the game. That’s how we learn.
- Richard Rudd said there are no mistakes. There are just “lines of discovery” that we learn from. Then we pick up and carry on cheerfully, because we won’t need to repeat them.
Wendy Kennedy urged us to choose whatever we enjoy doing, and not worry about changing our mind mid-stream. We’re not stuck with anything. We are here to try it, feel it, then course correct and move on. And to have FUN while exploring the possibilities, the possible possibilities, the possibility of possible possibilities, and the possibility of the possibility of possible possibilities, and so on! Get the picture?
“You cannot make a mistake, you can only make a decision that will be your next best step. There is no reason to hesitate, when you know that you have nothing to lose.
And losing is not an act of God, it is a thought in the mind of humans. Get rid of the thought and you get rid of doubt. Ride your Wisdom to Victory.” – Neale Donald Walsch
“Without knowing who you are and why you are here, life has no meaning. Seek then to study the questions. Work to experience the grandest answers.
Who you are is an Individuation of Divinity. Why you are here is to demonstrate that.” – Neale Donald Walsch
For more information, please see:
Guy Needler: Home – Guy Steven Needler | The Dawn of a New Age of Science (new website) & books: The History of God, Beyond the Source – Book 1, Beyond the Source – Book 2, Avoiding Karma, The Origin Speaks, 2015 & The Anne Dialogues, 2016
Richard Rudd: Gene Keys, 2009 & Gene Keys Network | Living Library (website)
Wendy Kennedy: Home – Higher Frequencies (website)
Tom Kenyon & Wendy Kennedy: The Great Human Potential: Walking in One’s Own Light, 2013
Stan Cooper and Don Hunt: Parallelism (cartoon and poem)
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