Probable realities are parallel dimensions of existence that give shape to your soul purpose amidst a spectrum of continuous time and space that is interconnected with your lifetime and yet separate. This expansive exploration of the self within many selves provides the soul with a broader breadth of expression of its purpose and intent.
Every soul is born in more than one reality, and each reality reflects the soul-essence. Therefore every single moment offers you a multitude of choices that can lead to multiple expressions and probabilities, and your choices have rippling effects in other dimensions of existence. It doesn’t matter if these choices are good or bad; they influence necessary changes contributing to these different dimensions’ evolution.
For instance, you could choose to enter into a committed relationship in this current reality, which then influences a profound sense of family solidarity in another probable reality. You could decide to leave an unfulfilling job, which encourages a probable self to engage in fulfilling work as well. Conversely, one of your probable selves may be experiencing poverty, which then serves to help you appreciate what you have and influence the choices you make around money. This past, future, or parallel reality may contribute to an investment or opportunity that lands in your lap.
I find immeasurable solace knowing that my soul branches out into a myriad of possibilities and that my purpose doesn’t depend solely on me. I’m part of a larger whole that comprises the many nuances of my soul expression, each a piece of the greater puzzle. I can also connect with my future self and draw on her experience and wisdom for guidance. “Many people have at one time, or another changed their present behaviour in response to the advice of a ‘future’ probable self, without ever knowing they have done so,” explains Seth, channelled by Jane Roberts, in Dreams and Projections of Consciousness.
“We’re all born with various gifts and talents, but of course we don’t have time to pursue them all in one lifetime,” writes Chaki Kobayashi in Probable Selves and Alternate Realities. Kobayashi writes that there are “other probable selves in different branches of reality no different from this one where we are pursuing each of our many talents. Also, whenever we have a big decision to make, especially one charged with a lot of emotional energy, reality branches into two and we continue life as if we had made both decisions. But each of our selves is unaware that reality has branched, that other selves exist in parallel worlds.
In each reality, these identities are fully independent and exist within their own psychological framework. In other words, we are not singular, separate human beings that exist within our perception of reality; we exist in a multitude of perceptions simultaneously, which serves a greater whole. We are multidimensional beings who exist in an infinite number of universes, in myriads of probable realities.
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