A Weekend to Remember

October 16-18, 2009

There's lots to remember these days, on all levels of consciousness. Let's use the next 3 days as a means to help you remember something ....

If you are still working the emotional grid, then you need to remember something to be let go, or a hidden truth that has blocked you most of your life. The physical grid always has an endless array of things to process and destroy before they destroy you.

If you're sick of the emotional stuff and self help ... spending more and more time beyond physical paradigms that bind your consciousness here, let this be a weekend to remember something else.

How do you go about this?

There are endless familiar methods - things that takes your consciousness out of body, such as meditation, hypnosis, etc.

This weekend let's keep it simple.

Friday: When you go to sleep, use this mantra: "I want to remember who I am." Repeat as needed.

Saturday: In the morning, take a piece of paper and pen, close your eyes, scribble something, fold it without looking, open before bedtime.

Sunday: Stand by a staircase. Think ... whatever. Walk to the top of the staircase. Think again.

Remembering The Dream ... Lesson 1

Friday night I programmed myself to dream something that is part of my destiny. This is what followed ...

After I woke up, I remembered the dream, but why was it so important? Who was she? What was the message? I had an overwhelming feeling of connection with her and the fact that I must not be late on this busy day ... yet somehow I knew something would delay my reading.

I prepared everything early, with time to spare, yet something was off. I was drawn back to my computer over and over again to update Ezine, though nothing is ever new on Saturday morning. Still ... I knew I had to search further. (Ellie rushing) Tick tock!

Suddenly there it was ... the connecting link ... the article posted below about the multiverse, which I found just as I decided to change to warmer clothing. (It suddenly got really cold in NYC). It was 9:45 ... and I would have to hurry should the client come early.

As I quickly changed in front of my closet doors, the dream image of me standing in this exact place when the client arrived in my dream, flashed in my mind. In this moment, I would understand what I needed to remember. The article was about the multiverse and merging science with pseudoscience - my work here. I also remembered who the woman in the dream was ... Olivia from "Fringe" who visited a parallel reality in 2009.

I finished dressing and raced to the computer, hoping to post in time. As I typed away, I knew that with images and links, I could not finish in 10 minutes. Tick tock!

10:00 - My client arrived on time, so I left the blog to be completed later, feeling as I did in the dream - my work not complete on time, because something unforeseen got in the way.

Lessons learned: Parallel realities, even as dreams, are merging now. Time shifts suddenly at the end so be prepared when the feeling comes along with a knowing it is over. They say the end of time comes out of the blue (not time contingent) but it Fades to Black in an instant. We are moving past navy and into black.

Physicists Calculate Number of Parallel Universes  
PhysOrg - October 17, 2009

Over the past few decades, the idea that our universe could be one of many alternate universes within a giant multiverse has grown from a sci-fi fantasy into a legitimate theoretical possibility. Several theories of physics and astronomy have hypothesized the existence of a multiverse made of many parallel universes. One obvious question that arises, then, is exactly how many of these parallel universes might there be. The strongest limit on the number of possible universes is the human ability to distinguish between different universes.

In a new study, Stanford physicists Andrei Linde and Vitaly Vanchurin have calculated the number of all possible universes, coming up with an answer of 10^10^16. If that number sounds large, the scientists explain that it would have been even more humongous, except that we observers are limited in our ability to distinguish more universes; otherwise, there could be as many as 10^10^10^7 universes.

To work these numbers out, Linde and Vanchurin looked back to the time shortly after the Big Bang, which they view as a quantum process that generated lots of quantum fluctuations. Then during the period of inflation, the universe grew rapidly and these quantum fluctuations were "frozen" into classical perturbations in distinct regions. Today, each of these regions could be a different universe, having its own distinct laws of low energy physics.

By analyzing the mechanism (called slow roll inflation) that initially generated the quantum fluctuations, the scientists could estimate the number of resulting universes at 10^10^10^7 (a number which is dependent on the model they used). However, this number is limited by other factors, specifically by the limits of the human brain. Since the total amount of information that one individual can absorb in a lifetime is about 10^16 bits, which is equivalent to 10^10^16 configurations, this means that a human brain couldn't distinguish more than 10^10^16 universes.

Requiring that the human brain must be able to count the number of parallel universes may seem inappropriate, if not arrogant, but Linde and Vanchurin explain that dealing with the quantum world is different than our everyday lives in which quantum effects can be safely ignored. A crucial part of their calculation here is an investigation of quantum effects on supergalactic scales. In this kind of scenario, the state of the multiverse and observations made by an observer are correlated (similar to the Schrodinger cat experiment, where the outcome can be determined only after it is registered by a classical observer).

"When we analyze the probability of the existence of a universe of a given type, we should be talking about a consistent pair: the universe and an observer who makes the rest of the universe 'alive' and the wave function of the rest of the universe time-dependent," the scientists write.

As the scientists explain, the calculation of the number of universes is an important step toward an even larger goal: to find the probability of living in a universe with a particular set of properties. What are the chances that we live in a world in which the laws of physics are these laws that we currently observe? Answering this question requires finding probabilities that depend on knowing about other universes, among many other challenges.

Remembering "Apo" ... Lesson 2

Saturday morning I closed my eyes, scribbled the message you see above, folded the paper, then looked at it in the evening. It was written from top to bottom as I remember my hand moving down the page, but feels correct to read it from bottom to top. To me it was about closure and reunion. I love how the DNA snake stops at the center of the pyramid, about to touch it, but not yet. The snake also looks like the symbol for water (collective unconsciousness or creation).

And then there's Ellie in Regression and Scrying the Blue Photo.

Steps to Remembering ... Lesson 3

Sunday afternoon I stood at the bottom of the staircase on the 5th floor of my apartment building.

I closed my eyes and saw a street sign close to me which is a symbol that I would soon move. Oh no ... I thought. I don't want to leave my home.

I raced up one flight to the 6th floor where I live and closed my eyes again, anxious to see what came next. What I saw was a chain link fence (DNA metaphor) opening, then DNA spiraling up and out from the 6th floor as if an ascension area for me, as the staircase next goes to the roof, the stars and the sky. Whew! I can live with that.