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Why can we remember the past but not the future?

 
Little bird

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05/03/2014 10:51 AM

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I dreamt a guru came to me and lead me to a river. In that river streams of what looked like film streamed by. Multiple levels of film. If I put my head in the stream I would see a certain time in a persons life, if I lifted my head and put it in another spot I saw a different time in their life. Like I could see birth, midlife and old age of that person depending on when I put my face in this "stream" - everyone's lives were flowing by simultaneously in this stream of time. It was all happening at the same time and only my perspective changed what I saw in regard to time.

My mind was swimming trying to understand this. My guru said that was enough for now.

I have minor precognitive abilities. It is not reliable, but it's real and even happened in a laboratory in an environment when I was part of a university research study. I wish I could tap into this with reliability.

In any regard the concept of time is intriguing to me.
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05/03/2014 10:54 AM
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Because choices that have already been made for future need to be experienced in flesh.
This is why you can not remember the future even though you have already made the choice of what is about to take place.
If you remember the future the experience may not be needed. Which means being in 3d world is not needed.
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a prophet is really remembering the future





deja vu proves its possible
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Now that's some profundity.

My daughter and I were just having this discussion the other day.
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05/03/2014 11:05 AM
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I dreamt a guru came to me and lead me to a river. In that river streams of what looked like film streamed by. Multiple levels of film. If I put my head in the stream I would see a certain time in a persons life, if I lifted my head and put it in another spot I saw a different time in their life. Like I could see birth, midlife and old age of that person depending on when I put my face in this "stream" - everyone's lives were flowing by simultaneously in this stream of time. It was all happening at the same time and only my perspective changed what I saw in regard to time.

My mind was swimming trying to understand this. My guru said that was enough for now.

I have minor precognitive abilities. It is not reliable, but it's real and even happened in a laboratory in an environment when I was part of a university research study. I wish I could tap into this with reliability.

In any regard the concept of time is intriguing to me.
 Quoting: Little bird


Sorry to get off topic but your story at first remind me of the ceo from the movie grandma's boy...haha on the serious side that's pretty cool. Have you tried using meditation to unlock these abilities? They have clinically proven that 30 min of meditation daily makes you healthier!!
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05/03/2014 01:25 PM
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Couldn't resist:



[link to youtu.be]
Sir Tim The-Not-Quite-So-Brav​e (OP)

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05/04/2014 08:10 AM

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Re: Why can we remember the past but not the future?
Because choices that have already been made for future need to be experienced in flesh.
This is why you can not remember the future even though you have already made the choice of what is about to take place.
If you remember the future the experience may not be needed. Which means being in 3d world is not needed.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 57649136


a prophet is really remembering the future





deja vu proves its possible
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1496863


Now that's some profundity.

My daughter and I were just having this discussion the other day.
 Quoting: Em18966


Yes it's intriguing. Deja vu is as if we have some form of recollection, very much like a memory of the future and since we all seem to get the sensation from time-to-time we are all potentially prophets, just maybe some are more 'in tune' with time than others.

Such a strange concept to fathom.
Sir Tim The-Not-Quite-So-Brav​e (OP)

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05/04/2014 08:12 AM

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Couldn't resist:



[link to youtu.be]
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I'm currently giving this a listen. Very good.
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05/04/2014 08:45 AM
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Re: Why can we remember the past but not the future?
perhaps you should ask Magyar historians, they should know best. They produce every now and then new history of Central Europe.
Sir Tim The-Not-Quite-So-Brav​e (OP)

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05/04/2014 09:48 AM

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Re: Why can we remember the past but not the future?
Actually we do remember the future. All the deja (sorry my keyboard skills are not up to accents) phenomena. It's the sense of having seen or heard or done or read things before when it was quite impossible that was the case. How often I've known I've read a book but it was just published and released. Or I know a foreign locale and I've never been there before. Or I stop at a street corner even though I have right away and car which was just or heard it but three seconds later it is there.
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It happens a lot...most of the time it is not thought about other than a "Did I really?" moment...Paying more attention to what seems everyday might surprise you...
 Quoting: Settle4It


That's a very good point.

I always question "did I really...nah can't be deja vu surely some other explanation" to any apparent deja vu I have had as do most people I expect. Perhaps sometimes it may be down to coincidence with the sometimes repetitive nature of life - but certainly not always. We're dismissive of even contemplating the possibility that we could have preminitions of the future because it's just deemed as being 'weird' and abnormal. I think we must embrace Sci-Fi more and be more open minded, for whatever we imagine, no matter how extraordinary it may be could very well exist somewhere in the universe and indeed at any time. Some people would think that sounded crazy, but in what appears to be an infinite reality, an unbounded universe (and/or multiverses) - anything, anywhen really is a possibility.
Sir Tim The-Not-Quite-So-Brav​e (OP)

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05/04/2014 09:50 AM

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Re: Why can we remember the past but not the future?
perhaps you should ask Magyar historians, they should know best. They produce every now and then new history of Central Europe.
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I don't know very much about the Magyar, please elaborate as to why you speak of their historians in particular.