I started to write this morning at 0830 and my 2014 MacBookPro battery was at 18%. I knew it would not last long because the battery is bad, and so I looked for my charge cable. After a bit of searching, I found it. That and later distractions took me to the present moment almost 4 hours later. Throughout that time, I could feel both my desire to write a second post of 2020, and how easy it would be to avoid writing today. I can tell that it will be a challenge to stay in a universe where I am writing more. I think it will require changing some of my daily habits. One habit I’d like to change is using my cell phone for consuming content. This feels like the best habit to transmute into creating content. I can imagine how the switch of using my notebook to write instead of my phone to read can help me remain in the set of universes where I’m writing more. I see this as choosing the preferred side of two ends of a wormhole. If I am successful at using my phone less for consuming content, it will act to close off the non-preferred side of the wormhole so that I have a higher chance of remaining on the preferred side of the wormhole.
Before I talk more about wormholes, I wanted to revisit one of the thoughts in my first post of 2020. Specifically, this assertion:
I know from the memories of my experiences, and the feelings I get from imagining and sensing the memories of my experiences in parallel worlds, that reality is more than what I see.
To assert that “reality is more than what I see” is a conservative assertion. In fact, researching it now on Wikipedia, I only stated a definition of reality as being “the totality of a system, known and unknown”. When I wrote that, I remember feeling that I wanted to color clearly within the lines of what I actually know from my personal experiences. A more bold assertion would be that reality is more than a single Newtonian universe. An even bolder assertion would be that reality can be modeled as an uncountable number of Newtonian universes that energetically interact in a multi-dimensional (perhaps infinitely dimensional) space.
Consider a reality which matches this model. In this reality, you and I are more than classical beings in a single Newtonian universe. In a multi-dimensional reality, the cells in our body and neurons in our brain are only a 3-dimensional slice of our multi-dimensional cells and neurons. We are multi-dimensional beings. Each 3-D slice of our being is energetically connected with other 3-D slices. I have found that I can train myself, and I believe that you can train yourself, to feel and recognize this multi-dimensional energy.