Tag: probable reality
There are instances in life when our inner world can coincide with our outer world. Dreams of fancy can be visible to sensitive eyes. Every thought form projected from the mind is made up of thought energy that exist in varying intensity. We often read from writings of artists, writers, poets having such strange experiences because they are accustomed to training their mind to function in states of deep concentration and focus.
Below are 2 experiences from writer and poet William Butler Yeats which describes instances where the World Of Imagination coincide with the Physical World:
“Some years afterwards I was staying with some friends in Paris. I had got up before breakfast and gone out to buy a newspaper. I had noticed the servant, a girl who had come from the country some years before, laying the table for breakfast. As I had passed her I had been telling myself one of those long foolish tales which one tells only to oneself. If something had happened that had not happened, I would have hurt my arm, I thought. I saw myself with my arm in a sling in the middle of some childish adventures. I returned with the newspaper and met my host and hostess in the door. The moment they saw me they cried out, ‘Why, the bonne has just told us you had your arm in a sling. We thought something must have happened to you last night, that you had been run over maybe’–or some such words. I had been dining out at the other end of Paris, and had come in after everybody had gone to bed. I had cast my imagination so strongly upon the servant that she had seen it, and with what had appeared to be more than the mind’s eye.
One afternoon, about the same time, I was thinking very intently of a certain fellow-student for whom I had a message, which I hesitated about writing. In a couple of days I got a letter from a place some hundreds of miles away where that student was. On the afternoon when I had been thinking so intently I had suddenly appeared there amid a crowd of people in a hotel and as seeming solid as if in the flesh. My fellow-student had seen me, but no one else, and had asked me to come again when the people had gone. I had vanished, but had come again in the middle of the night and given the message. I myself had no knowledge of casting an imagination upon one so far away.
I could tell of stranger images, of stranger enchantments, of stranger imaginations, cast consciously or unconsciously over as great distances by friends or by myself, were it not that the greater energies of the mind seldom break forth but when the deeps are loosened.”
We are consciousness moving through a matrix of infinite probable realities. A change of consciousness at one moment of time causes a shift into another future probability that results from that change. The future is fluid, and it is being shaped by our thoughts in this eternal now.
We could, by going into a probable future in our imagination, recondition our consciousness and thus change our timeline to intersect and merge into that probable future.
We think of what the future might be, and we know it is all in our imagination, in the world of thought. And the past exist to us in the form of memory, and memory is in its very essence, imagination. We recall what happened years ago and events from our childhood, all in our own imagination. But in our mind we belief that this and that happened, because we remember it so. Yet in the field of psychology, we know that what we call memory is always personal, because memory is filtered thru our personal perception, observation, thoughts, interpretation and reaction. No two people remembers an event the same way. Memory is then a result of our belief. Reality leaves a lot to the imagination.
Furthermore, what we experienced as the past is only one version of the past out of the probable pasts. If there are probable futures, there must be probable pasts, because everything is fluid in the field of infinite possibilities.
This explains how when you radically change your thoughts, decisions and intentions, you can sometimes manifest results that arise from causations from a point before you made your decision. You pray for something and you get the answer instantly, which when you trace back the series of events, were caused by past motivations in other people. You may experience inexplicable synchronicities such as intending to achieve something, then you run into an old friend who could help you achieve it, and surprised to hear them say they have been looking for you for a few weeks. From your present, you have jumped to a different probable reality, a different timeline. Therefore, the past and future is affected from your present. Hence, events in Fiction have to make sense to please the reasoning mind, but events in Reality often don’t make sense.
We exist in a fluid reality of imagination. The intended future exists in the form of imagination, until it is manifested or expressed into the physical when the present meets up with it. And when the event passes, it returns to its original state of imagination, forming our memory in our consciousness.
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