Originally Posted by JSB
Some people do past life regression, but if all lives are happening simultaneously, then one could conceivably do future life regression [progression???] as well.
If this is the case, and one could see all possible lives simultaneously, wouldn't this mean that future events were all rigidly predestined, that what will
happen has already been completely defined and determined because the future has also "already happened" from this perspective?
Yet, our experience of physical reality seems to contradict that. What's going on?
Also, if time is not linear, then what does "living all your lives (current, past, and future) at the same time" even mean? What is "at the same time" in this context?
The future lives you've had (will have) contained choices you made with free will. They are not predestined until after the fact
we are currently living in a density where time does appear to exist so tryign to fathom what it means to have all our lives lived at the same time is difficult. That's why I'm saying to concentrate on this one because this is where your consciousness is.