Parallel Realities

Video by Aaron Doughty
In my experience, the ability to shift realities, or tune-in to parallel universes, comes by breathing into them, and then bringing the energy from there, back into my current reality.

For example, in one of the higher realms I’ve gone to, I met a particular entity who’s energy is specifically focused on “Zest” for life. He had a particular Zest that I’d never seen before, which translated into productivity and the ability to work efficiently.
I began breathing in this energy, and all of a sudden I started receiving downloads in my mind, showing me how to be more productive at what I’m doing, and work in the most efficient way possible.

In doing this, I saw that Ants are actually very strong carriers of this type of energy.
By coming more in-tune with the consciousness of an Ant, I’m better able to embody the mind of an efficient worker.
It isn’t so much about working harder, but rather learning to work more efficiently, and getting better at organizing so that I make the most out of each task, without wearing myself out.

The way to do this is quite simple – all you have to do is go out of body, find an entity you want to learn from, and ask them to teach you their skills.
To be honest you don’t even really have to make it super spiritual and go “out of body”. You could simply ask any person in “real life” to teach you, and learn from any mentors that you look up to.
Find role models who inspire you, and be more intentional about learning from them.

If you wanted to make this ultra spiritual though, the way that I learned about Ant consciousness is by going outside of this universe, and tuning-in to other universes.
Once you go out of body far enough to leave the universe, you’ll see clearly that there are a multiplicity of other universes to choose from. It’s much like a buffet spread, where each sphere is a learning program designed to teach you a specific lesson.
Our universe has one overall theme, and all of the other universes each have their own unique theme.

Once you find one that suits you, simply bring your consciousness into it, and breathe so that the energy of that universe merges, and becomes one with your own.
Breathe so that you become the embodiment of whichever alternate universe you desire.

Another technique I’ve learned is to tune-in to the parallel timelines within this universe.
As I’ve seen it, there is an ocean, where every single drop is an alternate timeline. Looking into them, I’m able to see the outcome of my life if certain circumstances had played out differently.

There are endless possibilities to how our lives could possibly play out, so once you find one that suits you, simply merge into it, and watch it unfold as if it were a memory in your own mind.

Don’t worry about “bringing” your desired fantasy life into this one. Simply imagine it, and visualize it as if it were a memory that’s already happened. Feel the emotions in this memory, and allow it to become as real to you as anything you’ve experienced in your current life.

Doing this may not make you become a billionaire overnight, but you may start to see manifestations, where you’re feeling the same emotions that came about in the “memory” (alternate reality) you were just focused on.
As you continue doing this, you may begin seeing changes in your thoughts and behaviors, even to the point that you find yourself naturally creating the life you’ve desired all along.

Manifesting your optimal life experience is as simple as redirecting the momentum of your own thoughts.
YOU have to create it, but it all starts by altering the way you choose to think.
Choose the life that suits you. It’s literally a buffet.


Merkaba Breathing

Step 1) Do kegels (flex the pelvic floor muscle)
2) Inhale during each kegel flex
3) Visualize yourself breathing into your central channel, from the top and bottom simultaneously
Doing this for at least 3 minutes everyday will help clear your energy meridians, which enables you to sustain more energy and embody higher states of consciousness more easily.

Shadow Work

I’d like to share a process I’ve been using, called Shadow Work, which is beneficial to anyone suffering from emotional trauma.
The idea behind shadow work is basically that the suffering you experience today, is rooted in emotional trauma from childhood.
In order to heal yourself from this suffering, shadow work teaches you to go straight to the root, so the initial trauma has nothing to branch from.
Here’s how it works:
If you suffer from anxiety attacks, instead of trying to “get rid” of the anxiety, using shadow work here means bringing your awareness INTO the anxiety, and understanding what actually caused the emotional wound in the first place.
Doing this allows you to actually heal the wound because you’re nourishing the root, instead of just cutting off the branches.
You can use shadow work at any time, but it works best right when you’re feeling an emotional trigger. This means any moment when you experience something that throws you into an anxiety attack, or in some way provokes a strong emotional response.
This is the process I use whenever I feel an emotional trigger:
-First I sit still with my eyes closed for a moment and just be present.
Whatever you RESIST will continue to PERSIST, so if I were to push against the anxiety, that would just make it worse. Instead, what I want to do here is release resistance, and let myself feel the emotion completely.
The anxiety may be an emotional response that my body is using in order to tell me something, so I simply take a moment to tune in, and allow myself to FEEL the emotion.
To start, simply identify what emotion you’re feeling right now.
-Once you’ve identified the emotion, focus on how it physically feels in your body.
For example, “fear” often feels like a sinking feeling in my stomach.
Or “rage” may be a burning sensation in my neck and head.
Just take a moment to sit with the emotion, and allow yourself to feel it completely in your body. Pay attention to the actual physical sensations of the emotion.
-Next you’re going to have to use your intuition (which may seem like just your imagination, or an out of context thought which just “appears” in your mind).
You need to ask yourself “when was the first time I felt this way.”
In your mind, you may be brought back to a memory from your childhood, which directly corresponds to the exact sensation you’re feeling in your body.
For example, if anxiety gives you a tingly feeling on the side of your neck, the memory that comes up could be a time in your childhood where there was a seatbelt or something physically restraining you, while you were experiencing that same emotion of anxiety.
You’ll notice a correspondence between the literal event you see in the memory, and the physical sensation you’re experiencing right now due to the emotion.
The idea here is that certain events in our childhood can be so traumatic that it causes the consciousness to split off from itself, and disassociate from the emotion in order for you to maintain your wellbeing.
Your consciousness becomes fractured, and the root cause of this emotion becomes suppressed in the subconscious mind.
One time when I did this, it made me realize that I always press my lips together when I’m feeling afraid and self conscious, and there’s a certain emotional feeling attached to it.
It turns out the cause of this was when I was a baby my mom would always press my lips together in order to stop me from crying, so the feeling I experience now is just a reflection of that original emotional trauma.
Learning to identify the emotions in this way, and finding any childhood wounding attached to the root of them, allows you to heal the actual cause of the emotion, instead of just covering up the symptom produced by it.
-Once you’ve identified the childhood wounding, it’s simply a matter of validating what you’re experiencing.
One of the biggest issues when it comes to trauma, is the tendency to disassociate because we’re taught that it’s not okay to feel how we feel. It’s not just the pain itself that you’re experiencing, it’s the fact that a parent or caregiver made us feel WRONG for expressing our pain.
When you’re taught that you’re not allowed to be in the state that you’re experiencing right now, you learn to suppress, deny, and disown that aspect of yourself.
The emotion does not actually go away, it just gets suppressed and buried in the subconscious mind.
This is what psychologist Carl Jung refers to as the “shadow”. It’s the aspects of your personality that have been rejected and denied, so they become hidden and suppressed within the part of the mind that we’re unaware of.
You disassociate from who you are, because you’ve been taught that it’s not okay to be that way.
“Shadow Work” is simply the process of becoming conscious of what is unconscious. It’s to shine light on the hidden aspects of yourself that you’ve never been allowed to express.

The band Tool also references this in their song “Forty Six & 2”. Notice the line, “Listen to my muscle memory. Contemplate what I’ve been clinging to.”

Tool – Forty Six & 2

When using this process to heal emotional trauma, you can actually interact with your child-self in your memories, and doing so will rewire your brain circuitry to react as if the initial memory had occurred in whichever way you choose to alter it.
When you’re inside the memory, simply take a moment to sit with your child-self, and let them know that it’s okay to feel how they feel. Be with them and hold them as they experience these emotions, and let them know that they haven’t done anything wrong in feeling this way.
Give unconditional presence, and simply allow yourself to feel how you feel.
When I do this, I like to tell my inner child self, “I am completely here with you now. I honor this emotion you’re feeling. It’s okay that you feel this way. Anyone in your position would feel this way.”
Once I sit with it for a moment, my inner child-self may ask me to do something to alter the memory. Here you can actually interact with your child-self, and meet any unmet need they’re experiencing at this time. You can also interact with other people in this scenario, like explaining to the caregiver what they’re doing wrong, and what they could have done better. It’s especially healing for your child-self in this memory to see your adult-self defending it, by validating their emotion and allowing them to express what they’re feeling.
You can stay here in the memory for as long as you need to. I usually feel my intuition tell me when I’m done here, and it often feels like the memory “dissolves” into my being, as the fractured aspect of my consciousness has rejoined and become whole.
Once the trauma is no longer there, the branches connected to it will also become healed.
So, in short, here’s what you do:
-Identify the emotion
-“How does this emotion feel as a physical sensation in my body?”
-“When was the first time I felt this way?”
-To your inner child “Thank you for showing me this. i am completely here with you now. I honor this emotion you’re feeling. It’s okay that you feel this way. Anyone in your position would feel this way.”
-Alter the scenario however you see fit.
This is Shadow Work, which is also called “inner child work”, “soul retrieval”, or “healing the emotional body”.
As for the result of doing this process, the most important thing I’ve found personally is that it’s more so about learning to UNDERSTAND why the shadow is there in the first place.
Even if I don’t “heal” myself from it, the real point is to bring myself to a point where every time I’m triggered, I instantly know the root cause of the trigger.
This makes it so that I come to a point of not being upset over the things that trigger me, which will in turn allow the trigger to become more of a point of awareness, instead of something that launches me into a negativity spiral of dark emotion.
This teaches you to feel the emotion, without being dragged down into lower emotions because you’re able to see that it’s just something you’re experiencing, and not the ultimate truth of who you are.
You become conscious by observing your emotions, without being attached to them.
This means every time I get a sinking feeling due to fear, my mind instantly goes to the root cause of this emotion, instead of thinking that what I’m feeling has anything to do with what I’m experiencing right now.
This alone will change your entire outlook on life.
Once you learn to integrate your emotion and become conscious of what is unconscious, nothing will ever bother you, and you will begin to have a much deeper understanding that everything you experience is just a passing experience. It’s not the truth of who you are, it’s more like a landscape you’re observing while passing through it.
Become the observer. Dive deep into your emotions, and you’ll see how much beauty you have suppressed within you.
Unconditional love ❤

Laughing Technique

“Whatever arises, love that.”

– That is a phrase I’ve heard from Matt Kahn, and now I’m finding it to be VERY powerful!

One time while I was at work (dishwasher at a restaurant) I tried using this technique and it works amazing!
I tried following this concept, which is pretty similar to something I’d learned in my own spiritual practice, which is that you can stay joyful all the time if you celebrate every experience. Whether the experience is “good” or “bad”, from the higher perspective you can step back and acknowledge that it’s always just an experience in your life as a human, so it is ultimately good.
Don’t wait for something “good” to happen to start celebrating. Literally celebrate everything.

The way that I go about doing this, is to simply laugh at everything I experience. While I was washing dishes, I would think to myself, “Oh look, I just rinsed the food off of this plate, hahaha.” “I just stacked those plates into a neat pile, hahaha.” “Oh, I just dropped a plate and it broke, hahaha!”

I basically force myself to laugh by just doing a slight “giggle” at everything I experience. It may take a little bit of effort to get the ball rolling, but once it starts, it snowballs REALLY fast! All of a sudden I’d just be laughing for no reason, or I’d even catch myself laughing because I just “giggled” at how neatly I stacked the plates.
Before long I was laughing REALLY hard, and I was overflowing with so much joy that other people were starting to ask if I’m on drugs, lol.

As I’ve continued implementing this laughing technique throughout the day, it has proven itself to be REALLY powerful, and I could actually feel my energetic vibration rising and improving my mood drastically.

This is how you live from more of a 5D perspective. Celebrate everything, and allow yourself to laugh at every experience.
This could really be the answer to the spiritual breakthrough you’re looking for, so try it out, and let me know what you think.


Continual Meditation

Be conscious, always.
An easy way to stay conscious (so you’re not walking through life on autopilot) is to manually think about every breath you take, at all moments of the day.
One exercise I’ve found in like manner that’s helped tremendously in my spiritual practice, is to focus on any aspect of my energy field, on a continual basis.
Treat meditation as something you do all the time, not just something that you set aside for 30 minutes a day.
For example, I focus on a different chakra each day of the week, so on Friday I focus on my third eye.
It’s nice to sit quietly and focus here for an allotted “meditation time”, but why stop there? Why not continually focus on your energy, even after the “meditation” is over.
This is what I do, and I’ve found it to be uniquely powerful.
The way that I do this is simple – I just think about the chakra, while I’m going about my everyday life.
While I’m washing dishes, I’m also visualizing the light from my chakra glowing onto the surrounding environment. While I’m driving, I’m visualizing my chakra light on everything I pass by.
In this case with my third eye, I visualize it as an Indigo (bluish purple) light, shining from the center of my forehead onto everything in the surrounding environment.
All you have to do is use your imagination to visualize this. See it like there is a beacon of light shining from within you.
Shine the light from your chakra, on everything you interact with.
Doing this will actually change the way you see the world. Think of it like wearing colored lenses, which change your perception of reality so everything you see matches the energetic vibration of the lenses.
In this case with your third eye, everything you look at (if you focus on your third eye while looking at it) you will see energetically and spiritually, instead of just the physical texture that you normally perceive.
This means that when you look at a person, you may be able to see what’s actually beyond the veil…
What truly separates this practice of continual meditation, from time-slot meditation, is that doing it in this way allows you to stay in the “aware state” even after the meditation is over.
Think of it like Full Power Super Saiyan on Dragonball Z.
It’s one thing to raise your power level and transform into a Super Saiyan, but the real breakthrough comes when that powered up state becomes a normal part your everyday mundane practice.
Be powered up, even while you sleep.
On Dragonball Z, Goku and Gohan demonstrate this by staying in the Super Saiyan state, even while they weren’t doing any training. They learned how to stay powered up to such a degree, that doing so is no longer something they do in order to prepare for a battle. The “battle state” is now their normal state, so now when they enter into battle they don’t have to waste energy powering up because they’re already in their powered up state. It’s become so mundane for them that the “heightened state” is now just a part of their everyday reality.
This applies to meditation in the same way – you can stay in a heightened state continually, if you allow your mind to stay focused, continually.
Never stop thinking about your energy field. Even as you go to work, or wash the dishes, breathe out the energy of each chakra while you go about your day.
Doing this does two things:
First, it allows you to be in a higher state of consciousness, even while you go about your day.
When I do this meditation for long enough throughout the day, it actually allows me to see myself, from an out of body perspective. I no longer feel as if I only exist in my physical body, because I become more tuned-in with the energy that SURROUNDS my body.
This can lead to out-of-experience, as well as having a greater perception of everything happening around you.
Second, doing this also teaches you to do what I call the “split consciousness technique”.
It’s one thing to go out of body while you’re sitting quietly in meditation, but it’s completely different to do so while also operating WITH your physical body.
Instead of leaving one perspective behind in order to “shift” into another, you learn to use both perspectives at the same time. You learn to have part of your consciousness in your physical body, so you’re still moving and going about your day, while another part of your consciousness is simultaneously in a higher dimension, so you’re in both places at once.
It’s sort of like playing a video game with split screen, but you’re controlling both players simultaneously, which gives you a much broader perception of everything inbetween.
Learning to do continual meditation is a very powerful key in raising your consciousness. In doing so you’ll begin to see that it’s not so much about reaching a “higher level”, but rather learning to integrate those higher levels into where you already are right here and now.
Be blissful, even in your mundane state ^_^
Be conscious, always.

Remote Viewing as a form of Astral Travel

I’m realizing, “remote viewing” may actually be a more refined version of astral travel, and it allows you to explore the higher realms much more easily.
Recently when I’ve been going out-of-body, my spirit guides have been telling me not to worry so much about focusing on my Merkaba, which is known to some as the “light body” or spirit vehicle. (It’s even mentioned in the bible as the chariot of fire, which Elijah used to ascend into Heaven).
Instead, I’m learning that it’s easier to “go” places by simply using my consciousness alone.
When you use your “astral body” to travel, you’re doing just that, using a BODY to travel. There is always a process of having to pull that body separate from your physical self, in order to move freely in the spirit realm.
The separation stage is often the most difficult part for some people because they identify with their physical body to such a degree that they think it’s the totality of who they are. This makes it feel like you’re stuck here, because if you can’t perceive anything other than physical, how would you be able to GO anywhere, other than physically.
Using pure consciousness to travel, however, there is no actual separation stage because everything in the universe is connected.
You don’t have to “leave” your body in order to visit another galaxy or higher dimension. You simply FEEL the universe as an extension of yourself, and you’re able to go anywhere.
To separate from your body, would be like cutting off your own arm in order to look at it. It’s much easier to simply shift your awareness to feel your arm instead of actually detaching it from your body in order to see it.
In practical terms that could mean just using an x-ray or microscope to view your arm. This is much like remote viewing. You’re simply using a different modality to change perspectives on what’s already there. This is what you’re doing when you raise your consciousness in order to view other parts of the universe, or even entirely other universes. Instead of actually “going” there with your astral body, you simply tune-in with your consciousness, because it’s literally an extension of your self.
When you do this it may feel like intuition, or that you’re receiving images in your mind, but this is actually a more refined way to astral travel because all you have to do is allow your consciousness to tune-in to what’s there, instead of literally going there.
As a side note, this also makes it easier to view alternate timelines, without being confused about which one is “real”.
One problem most people have when they’re learning to go out-of-body, is that they can’t if their energetic vibration isn’t high enough. It’s much like how when you’re out of shape, there are certain things that you are physically unable to do. Likewise, if you’re not in-tune with your spirit, you can’t perceive anything spiritual.
For example if you’ve never meditated, or detached from your thoughts, it may seem like you’re stuck in your physical body, and that you ARE your physical body. It seems absurd to think that there even IS anything other than what you see physically, if you’ve never experienced anything else.
There is in fact MUCH more to this reality than what you perceive physically.
In the same way that the rainbow spectrum of visible light is only a small fraction of the electromagnetic spectrum, so also is the physical realm only a small portion of the collective universe.
If you’ve ever experienced “deja vu”, or coincidentally “imagined” something happening before it actually happened, you may have actually tapped into Universal Mind without realizing it.
From this perspective, time is not linear, so you are able to experience past present and future, as if they were simply different channels on a TV.
The future is not absolutely set though, and is usually seen in terms of potential timelines, which is why psychics can often be wrong about predicting future events.
Anyways, here is a meditation that can help you raise your consciousness:
-Sit comfortably, or lie on your back with your eyes closed
-Focus on your breathing. You don’t have to breathe any particular way, but just pay attention to every inhale and exhale.
-Using your imagination, visualize seeing your body from a birds-eye-view. See it as if you’re floating along the ceiling, looking at your physical body.
-After focusing here for a few minutes, “zoom out” and visualize overlooking your house.
-Continue doing this, zooming out to overlook the entire city, the entire state, and eventually the entire planet.
-Once you’re in space, focus on BEING the planet itself. In the same way that one blood cell is just a small part of your body, so also is one human just a small part of the Earth.
-With every inhale, focus on taking in the Sun’s energy.
-Feel every breath, as if you are the entire planet itself being alive.
After doing this for 20 minutes or so, you’ll almost sort of forget about your physical body, and you’ll feel more in-tune with the Earth.
Even though it’s “just your imagination”, what you’re doing here is using your mind as a tool to help you step out of your temporal perspective, and tune-in to a higher state of consciousness.
Once you tune-in deeply enough, you’ll start having a greater sense of connection to the planet itself, and you may even receive “downloads” in your intuition about how the Universe works, which is how you’re able to see “beyond the veil”.