October 9, 2016
Time flows in both directions and a part of your mind travels with it.
By Tim Loncarich
On the quantum (subatomic) level, time ceases to exist as we normally think of it. Things can travel faster than the speed of light and information can flow backwards and forwards in time.
Part of our mind resides in the quantum realm and therefore we have access to information about the future and can influence the future and even the past.
This means that we are all multi-temporal on some level.
Precognition is defined as knowledge of a future event or situation, especially through extrasensory means. Precognition has been well studied at major universities. Not everyone experiences precognition on a level they are aware of and those who do may experience it rarely, but it does indeed occur.
If a person can access information about future events and makes decisions based on this information then you can say that the future has influenced the past. Physicists call this retro-causation. This has been less studied but can be demonstrated in laboratory conditions.
Stephen Hawking says “the universe has every single possible history, each with its own probability.”
While some uninformed skeptics might disagree, precognition and other forms of psychic phenomenon (psi) have been well established as a reality in numerous studies at major universities and are supported by research in quantum physics. Even some animals have been shown to experience precognition. However, for an untrained mind it remains a rare occurrence that often goes unnoticed.
What keeps some of the skeptics opposed to the reality of psychic phenomenon is that it is rare and doesn't occur on demand. Psi is elusive and it is easy to design studies to show that it doesn't happen. Harder is to ignore the century of research and thousands of scientific studies demonstrating psi, but many skeptics are good at ignoring the greater aspects of our reality.
The U.S. military has long known about psychic phenomenon, studied it, developed it to a very high degree and uses it to its advantage. It was used extensively by the British and Germans in WW II. The ancient Greeks and Romans consulted oracles. Many indigenous cultures have shamans or other gifted seers who can catch glimpses of the future.
Most people experience what they think of as intuition or gut instinct at least once in awhile. Many of us get intuitive feelings about things that we can't explain and may change our minds for no logical reason just because it feels right. This can be precognition, even if we don't think of it as such.
While subtle and elusive, precognition is a natural part of our consciousness and is a skill that we can develop and utilize on a daily basis. It can give us another level of wisdom and insight and make us much more effective as individuals. Properly utilized in a business or other organization, it can provide an important strategic advantage.
Being more consciously multi-temporal is an extremely valuable skill and can help you be a much more effective person and business manager or employee.
To illustrate how being consciously multi-temporal can work, retired U.S. military remote viewer, Lyn Buchanan, tells the story of his purchase of a new home in New Mexico. He and his wife had been looking for the ideal home for some time and finally settled on one that was adequate but not exactly what they wanted. When Lyn was about to sign the purchase agreement he had a feeling that a better option awaited if he just kept looking a little longer. Soon after the aborted purchase, the ideal house at a great price presented itself and Lyn was able to purchase it. After purchasing the ideal house Lyn sent his past self a message to hold out for the right house. The message was received and acted upon.
Lyn experienced precognition and retro-causation. On some level Lyn sensed that a better house was available in the future and his future self influenced his past self to make the right choice. Lyn simply calls it feedback from the future.
Remote viewing is a scientifically developed methodology to enhance and improve psi. One type of remote viewing that involves precognition and retro-causation, or feedback from the future, is Associative Remote Viewing (ARV).
ARV consists of a viewer describing future feedback and then an analyst matching the feedback with the feedback associated with the actual outcome. For example, if one wants to know if football team A or B will win a game next week, one can connect to their future self and receive sensory information from an image that corresponds to the game's outcome. So, if team A wins, a photo of a speeding red car is seen, if team B wins only an image of an Egyptian pyramid is shown. When the image is viewed the perceptions are sent backwards through time to the past self. The viewer is tasked with describing the feedback they will be shown in the future. The feedback image is only shown to the viewer after the target event.
At the University of Colorado, a study was conducted by Professor Garret Moddel in 2012 with 10 people who were trained but inexperienced in ARV. They collectively predicted the outcome of the Dow Jones Industrial Average successfully in seven out of seven trials. Investments were made based on the predictions and a significant profit was generated.
In 1982, scientist Russell Targ and Psychologist Keith Harary used ARV with success to predict silver futures to raise funds for their research. They were able to generate $120,000 in profits and a front-page article in The Wall Street Journal. However, subsequent efforts were less successful.
There are several ARV groups that have been operating for many years and which have a modest but positive track record and consistently generate small profits for their members.
Using ARV for monetary gain creates complications due to deep-seated emotions about money, self-worth and dominant beliefs about psi. There also seems to be barriers within our reality against consciously hacking time, especially for monetary gain. Therefore, many formal experiments are successful at first but then fail to produce the same results when repeated.
While ARV clearly shows that sending feedback through time can be done and that we are multi-temporal beings, using the formal ARV protocol to enhance one's day-to-day decision making is not necessary or useful.
Techniques for Multi-Temporal Consciousness
The problem with simply viewing the future is that there are many possible and probable futures to view and the future you will experience may not be fully formed when you try to view it. Therefore, combining precognition with retro-causation whenever possible is essential to multi-temporal success. This connects your future self with your present or past self.
Developing a deeper and more conscious connection between your present, past and future self is critical. Meditation is essential. Asking yourself how something feels and exploring those feelings is also important. And of course having a healthy diet, regular exercise and being emotionally clear is necessary. If you haven't already applied the techniques for emotional mastery described in the September Management Mojo article, please do so before attempting to become more consciously multi-temporal.
One of the primary means of communication between the body and brain is emotion. Studies have shown that feedback with a strong emotional content is more effective than non-emotional feedback. Therefore sending emotional signals through time can be more effective than trying to send other information that might be subject to interpretation and association. The emotion of joy is pretty clear and uncomplicated, as is the emotion of fear -- at least for most people.Sending emotional feedback is fairly simple, you feel the emotion caused by the experience, send it to your past self and then visualize yourself in the past receiving the message and acting on it to ensure a positive experience or avoiding a negative experience that serves little or no useful purpose.
So, if you find yourself having a positive and important experience then feel really good about it and send it back to your past self so that you will make the choices that result in the good experience, and communicate negative emotion backwards in time so that you can avoid experiences best avoided.
Before making an important decision clear your mind of all emotions and then visualize the future consequences of the decision and ask yourself how it feels and if your future self has any feedback on the decision. Of course, if you are already feeling strong emotions you may not be able to accurately sense the future outcome of the decision. If your mind is too preoccupied or you are not able to clear your mind of emotional distractions then give it some time. Sometimes it is necessary to sleep on it.
In order to get clear feedback about the future consequences of an action you may have to be close to taking the action or have a very clear intent. Your intent is what sets up the future probabilities that will ultimately become the experienced consequences of your choices. Sometimes it helps to write down your intent with significant detail and then talk about it.
Being close to taking action will help narrow the number of probable future outcomes and give you clearer perceptions about those outcomes. I frequently put off making important decisions if I don't get clear feedback on the outcome. I sometimes also change my mind at the last minute based on feedback from the future. To some people I may seem indecisive or flaky but I would rather have that than make a catastrophic mistake because I wasn't paying attention to the future consequences of a decision.
Another technique I use with complex endeavors is to try and view the desired outcome and the route to that outcome as having traffic lights at each critical point. If a light is red it means that an obstacle will prevent success unless overcome, yellow means caution and that the outcome may not be as hoped and green of course means no obstacles. Yellow can mean that a person or situation may need more influence or management than initially expected. If I can't change a red or yellow light to green then I seek another route to my goal and stay open to new ideas for strategy. Sometimes a project just needs more time, planning and effort.
Before hiring a new person for your business, project the desired outcome into the future and see if there are any red or yellow lights. Ask yourself how you feel in the future about the consequences of hiring the person and if your future self has any feedback on the issue.
Before choosing a supplier that is critical to your success, look into the future and ask your future self for feedback on the supplier. If the feedback is negative choose a different supplier for consideration until the feedback is favorable.
When driving, project a part of your mind down the road into the near future to be sure that there are no hazards. If you suddenly feel a compulsion to take another route, slow down or just pull over for awhile, do so. It could save you a speeding ticket or your life.
Of course all of this can only work if you are sending the feedback from the future to your present self and if your present self is able to receive the feedback accurately and act on it.
With practice, being multi-temporal will become a natural part of your consciousness and your life will become easier and more satisfying.
It is important to consciously accept and love every part of yourself at every stage of your life, even the unpleasant parts. Doing so removes the temporal blocks to that part of yourself and makes it easier for feedback to flow through time. This makes it also possible to heal your past and empower your future.
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