Michu Kaku wrote about it in “The future of the mind”. Your mind is a quantum machine, stepping into the multiverses it wants to be in. Multiverses or parallel realities. When people get feelings or hunches or instincts about the future, we are actually locked into an awareness of all of these life tracks — the waves — in parallel universes.
These conversations about parallel realities are becoming more and more commonplace. We are now at the stage that the great minds of our time have developed theories with credibility and grounding in theoretical models that are mathematically valid. For example, we know that time is relative based on Einstein’s theory of relativity. We now think that the future may play a role in the present and is a new prediction of the mathematical laws of quantum physics. Some physicists believe that we will, at some point, be able to fold space to minimise directions and move entirely into other areas of reality.
The Reality Revolution: The Mind-Blowing Movement to Hack Your Reality
I decided to pick up “The Reality Revolution: The Mind-Blowing Movement to Hack Your Reality” by Brian Scott. A book about how to move into entirely different realities and witness magical shifts in reality. Quantum superposition suggests that who and what we are, also exists in multiple other states, even if we are unaware of it. For example, Ramtha, in “Beginner’s Guide to Creating Reality”, describes seven levels. Brain scans show network structures of up to eleven dimensions.
The message of the book
Deep inside of us, there is a symphony of a hundred billion neurons firing in concert, constructing the vivid reality in which we live. We are inextricably connected to our minds, bodies, and consciousness. We can actively manage that and there are techniques to do so.
Our bodies, cells, and minds are constantly giving quantum signals, which we can visualise as entanglements and quantum coherence. Think about it as quantum jumping. Steering in a particular direction by using your powers of intention, observation, and awareness. Think about it as playing a video game. The parts of the game world that you’re not in don’t really…