Originally Posted by Lemon Juice
Thanks for explaining, this looks like a pretty simple and effective technique. Do you also use a similar techinque for changing the past? As I understand apart from just erasing something from the past we could also change events or even create new ones. I wonder - you said that after erasing a past event people around you seem to forget it also, would changing an event cause other people to remember your new changed version?
Hi, Lemon Juice:
The other half of the start of this thread involved more than just erasing a past--it involved another application of manifesting a different past, where you did things "anew" that, historically (from this perspective), you did not do in your historical past. Here, manifesting a different past would involve implanting a new
past. The example given was to pick up a musical instrument earlier in our past and start playing it to boost the development of our skills in a quantum leap. In this regard, if you don't know how to play guitar, but bought one and started playing it, you could do an experiment to see for yourself if you can manifest a past self.
If you, as a complete novice, just started practicing playing the guitar, one would expect that you would develop your abilities at a pace of a person suited to your skills, talents, and abilities--whatever they are. Now, do the experiment yourself. Try just practicing playing guitar (assuming you are a novice) and measure the pace of your progress. Write this down, make detailed notes about how quickly you are progressing and the accuracy with which you are playing or sight-reading music. You might even record yourself playing the instrument--even if playing very "badly."
Try an experiment. Say, for five minutes every day for one month, go into an alpha state, and meditate and visualize your past. While in historic terms, you would not have ever played guitar in your past--beyond when you first picked up the guitar just recently--you would implant memories of having picked up the guitar say--three years ago. You could dial this up, to having "memories" of having played the guitar at concerts, say, five years ago--then ten years ago--then twenty years ago (depending on how old you are).
After trying this manifestation of a different past for say a month, then write down your "new" skills and abilities of playing the guitar, as measured after
that month of visualization. If the theory of manifesting a different past (including if by merging with your past self) holds up and is true, as Seth declared, and if you are applying a correct technique for a sufficient quantity of time, then you should see a quantum jump
in your guitar-playing abilities. This is just one example of how you might manifest a past self and "prove" it by observable means.
Finally, I would add, perhaps manifesting a different past (including by "merging with a past self") is done by us periodically throughout our lives and we don't know how we do it--it may be done unconsciously. This may account for an often-observed phenomenon in many people: in certain aspects of their lives, they grow in "fits and spurts." Consider this: where we have made amazing, unexpected growth in an area--even if its just a quick spurt in our growth--manifesting a different past may account for that.
Good luck and keep us posted!