Quantum Jumping @ 2011
Parallel Universes Theory: Anything Is Possible
Looking beyond our cosmological horizon, we will realize there is much more that we cannot see than we actually imagine. For example, the fact that for decades scientists supposed the universe was flat and underestimated its size, was the result of the limitations in their thinking. Renowned physicist Alan Guth was the first to realize the simple truth: the reason the universe appears to be flat was that it was incredibly big, just like the spherical Earth appears flat to all of us, when we are on its surface. Guth proved that the observable universe was actually only a very tiny fraction of the actual universe. He went further in using physical proof to claim that the reverse gravitation resulting from the big bang has created ‘false vacuum’ which repels everything, making our universe constantly expanding. Other leading scientists like Michio Kaku, Paul Steinhardt, and Stephen Hawking support the existence of multiple universes.
Detailed studies on superstring, dark matter, and hyperspace made physicists conclude there that our universe is just one membranous bubble among an infinite number of bubbles rippling in infinite space.
Although difficult to perceive at first, the parallel universe theory is worth studying because it holds countless possibilities for improving our future. For the human mind it is hard to imagine that many universes abiding by the same laws of physics exist simultaneously in time and space. Moreover, the ‘other worlds’ offer limitless combinations of the particles they consist of. One of the theories suggests that physical properties are the same, but their arrangement makes it possible for virtually anything to happen. We can consciously understand that we live in one of them but the truth is, just millimeters away there could be a parallel universe with a slightly different version of us. The alternatives are virtually inexhaustible and unpredictable. In another universe, Michael Jackson could still be alive and doing his moonwalk. Or, let’s face it, Michael Jackson could be a lousy singer. Instead of a famous musician, he is probably a mathematical genius. The Roman Empire is perhaps still flourishing but is based in… Australia. Although it all might sound like science fiction to you, day by day, as humankind discovers more and more astonishing facts about the cosmic infinity, the parallel universes theory becomes increasingly plausible.
For those whose have advanced imagination and are open to modern day ideas, the theory of multiple universes could be lifechanging. It would imply that any given person can exist in many places at exactly the same time. If the universes are coexisting, our personalities could be coexisting as well. And wouldn’t you be curious to discover all the aspects of your ‘self’? Such a discovery is not just a question of curiosity about or true individuality; it can be a method for achieving the ultimate personal perfection. How can this happen? The answer is simple: through quantum jumping. Moving from one universe into another you would be able to draw from the experience of the alternate versions of yourself. For example, if in a parallel universe you are a doctor, or a painter, or an actor, you could quickly acquire
these skills in your ‘conscious’ universe. Traveling between universes and meeting your other selves could be extremely beneficial for the improvement of your knowledge in all areas of life. The idea of quantum jumping is rather new but it has already been developed into a system that can assist you in your ‘interuniverse journey’. Guided meditation can help you access these alternate realities and reveal your full potential. In its essence, quantum jumping is a visualization process in which you mentally ‘jump’ into a parallel world where you can obtain wisdom, creativity and knowledge from the other ‘you’. The best way to do it is by using thought transference: changing your physical location by changing the frequencies and patterns of your thoughts. By practicing quantum jumping into parallel dimensions you can meet your alternate self who is skilled in a particular field. It is recommended to do quantum jumping with a set goal in mind: for example, if you want to excel in politics, you will deliberately be on the lookout for the universe in which you are a prominent politician. Maybe in another dimension you are Abraham Lincoln or Winston Churchill, who knows? The only way to find out is to try it. Or, if you want to pursue a career in painting, look for your “Van Goghself”. You can even narrow your search to a particular artistic style you would like to develop or improve. Beside making you better in your profession or hobby, quantum jumping can improve your personal life or even help you become a better person. By meeting your alternate self in a parallel universe, you can benefit not only from the professional skills, but also from his or her general wisdom and life experience. In the other dimension you might be more compassionate or caring, or a better communicator. This way, you could pick a personal quality that you would like to build on, and work on it deliberately and purposefully. You can become stronger, more gentle, more active, or more efficient in your work. You can improve your relationships or your social status. Just single out the feature you would like to advance at and embark on the exciting journey to another dimension. Jumping into a parallel universe symbolizes people’s inherent interest in the unknown; their desire to discover new territories, achieve new heights, cross borders and uncover secrets that are invisible to the eye. It is just another adventure for those who are not afraid of trying new things. Guided by the same feelings that made poets and painters marvel at the vastness of the sea and the distant horizons, we are now given the opportunity to expand our knowledge and seek personal perfection that might be just millimeters away. Just set free your imagination and dive into the parallel universes all around. Learn more at http://www.quantumjumping.com/ By : Burt Goldman at Quantum Jumping
Published on Aug 6, 2011
Detailed studies on superstring, dark matter, and hyperspace made physicists conclude there that our universe is just one membranous bubble...