On Redesigning the past in the present

Redesigning the past has not really to do with the past at all. It has to do with the present. What we want the present to be automatically changes everything that is connected to it including the definitions of how we remember the past and what we expect from the future.

The point is not to change an undesirable past but rather draft a new present, a present that we believe in, a present that represents what we are and what we fundamentally need.

The only way to change the past is to change the present from what it would keep replicating all the previous presents and which has built up that aggregate memory of what it appears as “past”.

Being in that new present, actually erases all the previous presents (the so called pasts) and replaces them with the new. However, if the new chooses to repeat some or all of the previous presents, they simply get repeated and continue their existence.

But how does a new present replaces an old one? By a simple thought? It couldn’t possibly be so. It must be a simple matter of energy concentration, momentum, a dense enough package of energy to override the previous present’s energy value.

It is also quite possible that not all choices of new presents are feasible due to energy frequencies that should be more relevant or close enough in order for the new energy replacement to be bridged.

Also we should not forget that every change in any present creates a different set of consequences and the greater the present change the greater the change in consequences. So when we experiment with any present change we should take that into consideration and take responsibility for the new consequences. This is why the new present is so important to be an honest one because only an identification with our new truth can make us ready to face any new consequences without any hesitation.

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