Multiple Timelines and Healing

This one wants to go up again. Good reminders for everyone!

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In the video below, you’ll find Dolores Cannon providing an excellent description of multiple timeline scenarios all in simultaneous existence. Her discussion has implications for everyday living, crossroads choices and healing, as well as ways the collective creates a New Earth.

This topic of multiple timelines arises in my own sessions, especially when people feel stuck by certain “past events.” When I try to explain that they can choose a different past, I get a lot of long pauses and resistance, along with the occasional, “Really?! I can do that?!” Yes, really. If you know Reiki Level 2, it’s even easier due to the distant healing symbol. I used to teach an all-day class solely on the power of that symbol. Even without knowing Reiki, you can use your mind, attention and intention to hop timelines at will. With full integration, you can hop to a completely alternate perceived…

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9 responses to this post.

  1. Hmmm… I pulled The Gatekeeper this morning. Coincidence? I think not!

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  2. Oh, I love it, Pamela! No coincidences, especially with that card and this topic. 🙂


  3. Hi Laura,

    Watched the video segment, but it doesn’t go into what you said about choosing a different PAST. This is a new idea to me, do you have any links or?

    Thanks and Happy Solstice, Rich


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  4. I don’t have any links to that. It’s essentially that if you send healing energy to your past, then your emotions and wounding from that time will be different, hence your memories are different, and your experience of the past IS your memories of it. Happy Solstice to you, too!


  5. Hmmm….well, that’s not a new idea to me. But I would say that’s not really choosing a new past, rather it’s coming to terms with it and accepting it in the present. But the line is fuzzy…..I would have trouble imagining that one could choose a different past, and then still be in the same present, it would have to be a different present. But that’s maybe being too linear……Did you see the final episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation? It was about changing the future by changing the past, sort of.

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  6. You’re thinking linear. I’m talking more about “reality next door” and multiple timelines. It’s not just about coming to terms with it and accepting it in the present. It’s about aligning with different points in time (which IS non-linear).

    I don’t watch Star Trek, but a college roommate was obsessed with Next Generation. It’s more of an experiential thing than a left brain concept. I don’t think you will get a left brain, linear explanation that satisfies, as this is not a left brain, linear process. 🙂


  7. The tricky thing is to find the right amount of difference. If you do too much of a difference, then the mind has no anchor. Most people will pop back to the familiar just so maintain the old story line.


  8. Posted by Kieron on December 13, 2018 at 7:48 pm

    “to find the right amount of difference.” Is this how/when/where the Mandela Effect comes into play..?

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  9. Yes, I would say so, Kieron. When the differences are too great, it can be reallllly freaky. Some people can handle that, if they like their new trajectory, but for many people, living in a very strange, albeit much improved, world is just too much to handle. They think they’re going nuts and opt for the much more familiar reality, even if that reality includes personal things they said they would do “anything” to shift. Humans are funny creatures. 🙂


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