|11-09-2011, 02:42 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Western USA
Manifesting A Different Past
Visualization under the LoA often involves one manipulating his or her thought impressions about time: Fake the present, as it if were the future that occurred in the past. Example: A farmer visualizes in the present time that his future crops have already grown to be beautiful and healthy in the past. Here the intended goal is to effect this desired outcome in the future, by convincing the mind of its certainty, by convincing the mind it has already occurred in the past.
So if the goal is simply to bombard oneself with a sense of realism concerning a fake event that did not occur, can this mental trick be used for past events, as opposed to future events? Strangely enough, Seth (Jane Roberts) once stated that the past could be changed! This had to do with Seth's observation that time is simultaneous. I guess for Seth, if one could evolve into a probable self of the "future," one could devolve into a counter-part of the "past" (at the point in "time," where a branch of one's, earlier, probable self had first split off from one's then-actualized self). In perhaps a related vein, at the quantum physics level, the movement of subatomic particles does not reveal the "arrow of time," where the movement of particles observed can occur in a "forward" or "reverse" direction.
Here is the point: for those of us who wish we got started on a project earlier in life (to maximize the advantages arising from the accumulation of "time"), why can't we simply manifest a different past? If time is truly "simultaneous," as Seth insists that it is, and if we can manipulate the "future" by playing with it in the present moment, then why can't we manipulate the "past" by playing with it in the present moment, as well? I suspect that, in some cases, that is how faith-healing miracles might occur. A person becomes "healed" by changing their past, such that the disease never "occurred." Lesser examples of how this principle might be applied would include somebody manifesting an earlier "past" of learning to play the guitar. In such a scenario, one would develop "advanced" playing skills, beyond the normal pace of development, in a short amount of "real world" time, simply because they got an "earlier" start. I am reminded that some believe that child-prodigy musicians got a "head start" on their skills in a prior life (reincarnation).
I might try to manifest a different "past" to create a better "present" and "future." Obviously, we can't change the record books, but we might be able to change our internal clocks, our subjective experiences, and, hence, our objective abilities. It's worth a shot. Has anyone had success with manifesting a different past? I suspect some of you have.
Last edited by Balbrae; 11-09-2011 at 03:03 AM.
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