The Infinite Versions of YOU REVEALED the TRUTH on reality


I'm going to be revealing to you the infinite versions of you. By the end of this blog, you will know how to let go, the versions that no longer serve so that you can start to experience what you want in your life in a way like you have never done before.

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Today, I'm going to be sharing with you that of the infinite versions of you sharing with you something I don't think I've ever really shared before at this level, and it has to do with going even beyond that of parallel realities. Our quantum physics shows are that there's an infinite number of parallel realities that exist and what we think of as time is the movement through those different parallel realities.

We know as well at that time, at a deeper level is an illusion because it's so relative. We've never actually experienced the past and we'll never actually experience the future because it'll always be this now moment, however, we have that have memory and we have that of imagination, so we're able to protect ourselves right now in the present moment, backward in times or forwards in time, but it's done.

Using our mind done until you using memory and imagination. The only thing that is actually real is the experience of this right now. That's the only thing that is actually real. This is what I've observed in life and my own life and in so many people's lives as well, is that because most of us are on this autopilot mind thinking the same thoughts every day, feeling the same emotions every day, therefore experiencing the same things day in and day out.

However, what I've noticed is that we continue to shift to similar frames over and over and over again because of our identity, how we view ourselves. We may view ourselves as going to a certain job every day and we may go to that job and my dad didn't like that job, but we believe we have to and we'll say, we'll come up with reasons why we have to.

We have to go to the job because that's what people do when you got to pay the bills. But every time we go to some job we don't like it is actually a choice. It's we're choosing to do it. We're choosing to buy into the reality where we have to go to a job in order to pay the bills, especially when we don't like so understand that our identity is what threads us to these different parallel realities, which all exist right now.

When we think of that someone else, that person that we're thinking of, someone could be sitting right next to us also thinking of that same person, but they're both thinking of completely different people because the idea that they each have in their mind of this person and say it's the president. There isn't just one precedent. There are billions of presidents because there are billions of people on the planet.

You could say that there are however many hundreds of million people there are. There are that many different versions of the president, but many people know who the president is, but every single person would have a different perception based on the frames, based on the images they have of that person and how they relate to that image. Some people choose to look at certain frames and they feel very happy.

Some people look at their friends, they feel very angry. Some people feel neutral about it, depending on which strains you look at and how you relate to those frames is how you emotionally feel full. But understand this, the two people sitting right next to each other, they're thinking of a totally different person. They may have some general agreements like, oh, this is the person's name, this is who it is.

But in actuality is a totally separate person. When we talk about this, understand that we're really soaking into knowing that this idea of reality that we've been sold, that we bought into is different than we think because everything in our reality is a concept or an idea because it starts at the level of thought. It starts with a level of thought. It's how we relate to it. It's the thoughts we have about it that it determined our version of it.

The thing that gets people tripped up is we try to always have similar versions. We tried to always agree upon one thing. That's why two people in politics will argue they're never going to come up with the same agreement because they have different frames they're looking at. You just have to render the frames and be like, okay, things are what they are. You might be asking yourself why or what's that White Board for? I don't really know.

I just thought it'd be cool to bring it up. However infinite versions of us, let's say, I just kind of feel like drawing some right now because I feel like drawn some right now. Look a stick figure. Can you see the sticker? I hope so. Most people that our whole entire life when it comes to the infinite versions of us focused right now in the present moment on either the past versions of them or the future versions of them. A

nd every person that someone else is thinking up there thinking about that, anything in the past or the future. Most of the time or example, your mom may say something to you and when they, she said something to you, it makes you emotionally react a certain way. Maybe she tells you about some plans that she has to go move somewhere and you're kind of irritation and moves somewhere because you love her and you want her to stay where you live. When she tells you that you in the present moment right now, we'll be thinking about the past versions of your mom.

And maybe some of the agreements that she's made that she would live there for life in your city for a while for the past agreements of your mom and things that your mom had done for you in the past that maybe she's not going to be able to do anymore. I think you'll also be thinking of the future versions of what that means and the future frames of your mom living somewhere else and you not being able to get and have her come over all the time.

You see right now in the present moment, you projected to a different version of your mom and the future at a different version of your mom and that then they're your actual mom. They're all ideas and the same way we did this with ourselves all the time, the intimate diversions us, most people are living 90% of their life focused on the past and what should have done and what didn't do and what they regret or what, how something else should have happened.

Most people are focused on and living in the past. They're living based on past habits, past things, past identities, and they're dealing through the lens of how they are viewing and looking at the past it would be like driving a car and just staring in the back-view mirror for the whole trip. It's very dangerous in the same way. It's very dangerous to be focused always on the past and the regret, the things that have happened, all of these things more so than even that every time we pull and look at the past, we take that idea out of our memory bank, we look at it, you change it, and then we put it back.

By the time you thought about something that happened in the past like 10 times, it's not even the same packs. It's an idea. Everything in our reality is an idea or a concept until we experience it. And even if you say, well, you and the memory, you did experience that. But yeah, not experiencing it right now. You see there's an infinite number of versions of you and in the present moment right now, you're either projecting yourself to the past, the future, or you're here with me right now reading this blog, but your mind may be drifting a little bit and saying, well, what does this mean?

What does this mean for me? Because the mind always wants to be right. The mind wants to survive. The mind wants to think, how does this relate to me? The mind or the ego? The only thing that's actually a real though is being here now. It's being present to the moment, not the sexiest thing. It's like just be present. Like what does that mean? But understand that most people are projecting themselves to the past or the insurance.

They're not even in the present moment and many people right now, I will say, I want this in the future. I want this in the future. And every time you say, I want more, I want it to be like it was in the past. Anytime you say I want, you are no longer a vibrational match for what you want to experience. Understanding in the future, the future is a set of probabilities, probabilities, probabilities, percentage, the future.

There's a set of probabilities now what determines which version of you shift into will depend upon the choices you make, the emotions you feel, the beliefs you have and the intention. I'd say the most power, one of the most powerful things. Your intent. What are you intending for? Tension is like the direction. Think of it like the direction and intent is different than desire. You say, I really want something you say you're very graciously not compatible with it when you intend for it. It's almost a declaration.

Are they in the present moment? I intend to go to the gym today and have a great workout. I intend. I didn't by thinking about it and feeling in the present moment right now, I intend that when I shift into that gym time, space, reality, I've been increased the probability so there's nothing wrong with the planning. It's just understanding that you're planning something in the future. You could do some shadow work and look at your past, but just be aware that you present with that to what you're doing at the moment.

What does any emotional states that we feel about anything? Here's a game changer. If you feel angry at someone or something someone did, the frames you are choosing, I don't need that. That anyways. The friends you are choosing from the past of that person or of the future of that person, the friends you are looking at are making you are frames that are making you feel depressed or mad about that person. It's the frames are choosing to look at. 

There's an incident number of frames in either direction. There's an infinite number of probable futures with this person. If for example, your mom saying she's going to move somewhere, there's an infinite number of frames and where she stays there, she moves in your infancy or quite often there are all these different friends, but the ones that they pick are the ones that, oh, she's going to be far away. I'm not going to be able to see you so much.

Does she not care about me? All these interpretations that we have or in the past at times, and she said she was going to stay, you know, lives around you for a while or things that she's done in the past, commitments she's made, whatever it is. If you feel depressed, then you might be picking parts of your past that made you feel regret, parts of your past that make me feel disempowered.

You are looking at those frames at the exclusion of other frames and you are also imagining a future where it's depressing where it's like, oh, there's no purpose in life or I'm just doing this in my life and it's not what I really love to be doing. You're looking at frames in the present moment of either thing you don't want to experience in the future or things that you regretted in the past.

The frames you're choosing to look at, the incident versions of you that you are sliding into the slot are ones that you don't prefer. The question becomes, might you do that bike ride to do that? Huh? Why is that? To do that? You don't have to right now in the present moment focused on those strains or the future frames. Just be present to the moment. I know it doesn't sound the sexiest thing.

You're like the stuff you just told me to be present with the moment. Yeah. Be present to the moment and understand that there's an infinite number of versions of you. Normally what we would say in this is we'll just get a new identity. Here we are right now. Maybe it's a certain version of air that I'm imagining. Talk about myself in the third person. Make me sound cool. I imagine a certain future, I'm going to be this version now and be in vibrational resonance with this version of air that is traveling the world, doing a certain type of speaking event.

I'm going to imagine that now. I get up every day and I'm like, yeah, that's who I am. Understand the ego, just a mask. Anyways, we have a certain way we portray ourselves so that other people like us because we're afraid of what other people would really think of being of who we really work over the persona or a mask. Carl Union type, understanding Union, and the key though is what I'm not, what I'm telling you to do is there's an infinite number of versions of you that exists. I ain't even telling you to try to become some future version that you're not already.

I ain't telling you to live in the past and try to be this past version of you. What I am showing you how to do is to let go of it all. Let go of the game itself. I've said this many times with the more you realize your life is a dream, the more dreamlike your life becomes. The more you realize your life is a dream, the more flexible you allow your life to be. When we talk about these, this version of you and all these different versions of you, they all exist, but I've saved become none of them.

Let go of the rules as to what it takes for you to be happy because this version of you may have the perspective that you got to make a certain amount of money per year that you have certain commitments that you don't have now it may be more of a burden. You know, I was watching this interview with a Sadhguru who's like this enlightened guy from India. You've maybe seen them on YouTube before. He's got like 2 million subscribers, like the dopest enlightened person ever. He got 2 million subscribers on YouTube.

You like rides a motorcycle and stuff is a really cool guy. Cool. And it's talking about, I remember listening to an interview with enlightenment or I read a book or something. He experiences every moment as if he was experiencing it for the first time with no friends of the past of how things have to be. So every, even if he does the same thing you did the day before, and he treats it as if he's doing it for the first time. It's almost like you live like it's your last day and your first day. Think about how exciting that is. Enlightenment also.

From what I, what I've seen with Sadhguru is he had his enlightenment experience and in that he was on Sean Donnie hill or something like that. I've heard him tell the story many times, but I can't remember. That was the hill that's on. You go to charging to me for something. I don't remember, but he's not shutting down the hill. He's looking out into the vast distance and then all of a sudden struck with the enlightenment.

Right? Something like that. His version of it, whatever that is, and you start trying, started crying. He started crying. He couldn't find where he began and he ended. You would look out into the world and see that it was all him, not ego him. This larger aspect of consciousness that we all are. In a sense. What he did is he dropped his identity. He dropped this version of him. And then what he did is he started the shifts himself more into the present moment and out of the identity itself.

And now he can be new in every moment. Think about your life. Think about how much a lightness is there. Is there? What I'm sharing this with you. I'm not telling you to be this, I'm not telling you to remember this. I'm telling you just to be here now. Enlightenment is a realization that you have not in attainment and it's within you.

And it is completely based on how present are you to the moment. See unconditional love as a part of enlightenment because then you realize that everyone is you anyways. The precedent that you have that you may dislike, that you may pick certain frames up and look at it and feel angry about at the deepest level. It's another aspect of your own consciousness. And if there's something you dislike about the president, the president, there may be something you dislike about yourself. Maybe you dislike your own arrogance, maybe you just like whatever it is. But the things we like or dislike or normally intimately related to our identity and the way we define ourselves.

But the way you define yourself has been from all of these records of the past, all these things that have happened that you did meaning to it then said, this is who I am in the present moment and I'm not telling you to get some new identities and new teacher thing living right now. I'm telling them just to let it all go because it's not you anyway, not you. You are an eternal spiritual being, having a temporary human experience. How do I know that?

I don't. All I know is that for myself. I recognize you as another aspect of me in this dream of life, but the only way you're ever going to know is by going within yourself. I know that for me, this is my reality going through a spiritual, a Canadian meal barrier of being present to the moment, how much happiness there is in the present moment. Not that I'm enlightened, but I know for myself.

That we are eternal spiritual beings, but for everyone else that depends on your level of agreement and once you've experienced for yourself. What I'd say is to get out of the identity in general, just be present at the moment. Live as if it's your first and your last day and it's the first time you've ever experienced something in your life. You can let go of the records of the past and by doing so, you increase your vibration, you'll feel in a completely new way.

There's an internet number, there's an innovative version of that. Anything that you think about, the only thing that allows us to have this conversation is there certain things we do agree upon. Let me agree. Oh yeah, that's the same president. It's an agreement that we make, but it's not, it's not the same because, in everyone's mind, their version of them is totally different. And we project onto other people are versions of how we relate to it.

Understanding this, we can then see that the more we let go of intellectual ideas and you just focus on being present to the moment is the more we're going to be happy in life. Something else I have is a free guided meditation. I help you to raise your vibrational set point. Let's do it for 21 days and that will change your life.

My name is Aaron Doughty and I help people expand their consciousness. My areas of interest for this blog include motivation, meditation, neuroscience and enlightenment. The purpose of is to inspire change to those who want to experience more in life. I will openly and passionately share the tools, resources and processes that have made a difference in the quality of my life to help you do the same in yours. I’ve always believed that finding ways to add value to other peoples lives is the fastest route to both happiness and fulfillment and this is my genuine intention.