It is safe to assume that most of the time, the majority of people in any given circumstance can agree on the five-sensory experience of their surroundings. For example, if there are 1,000 people gathered at a Fourth of July fireworks celebration, nearly everyone will agree that there are, indeed, fireworks going on. Each would likely describe the various bits of decorative light and sound in a similar fashion. All would agree on the time of evening and whether they are in the middle of an open field or shoulder-to-shoulder in a city-like setting surrounded by buildings and busy streets. This is the collective reality we experience with our five senses.
What about other realities? Some might ask, what other realities? When we are not locked into the limitations of our physical senses, we can welcome the intuitive realm or what some call, the sixth sense. Sometimes referred to as gut feelings, our intuition can open the gateway to infinite possibility. When experienced, this added sense can take a shared reality, such as the fireworks example, and turn it into an individual experience. We share the external five-sensory experience with those around us, yet we feel something deeper, beyond the physical senses, and that is where meaning comes into play.
Many of us who are gifted with extrasensory perception, especially empathy, experience this phenomenon on a regular basis. It is what has historically made us sometimes feel isolated or different. We are not surrounded by those who feel reality the way we do. But what about all the people out there who have had lots of experiences, maybe even unlike ours? If you read and listen to enough of these first-hand accounts, you are likely to run into what seem like discrepancies. How can one person’s version of reality be so different than another’s? Differences of this nature don’t make sense to us. We like things to be all one way or all the other.
For instance, some very highly intuitive and clearly gifted people say there are dark ETs, while others of the same ilk say there are not. Well, we want to know—are there or aren’t there dark ETs? Come on, there must be one answer, right? Same with many other concepts. Some say there is cause and effect (karma) and others claim there is not. We hear many different channeled spirits saying differing, yet some similar, things. Who to believe?
Everyone. Yes, I feel that everyone brings another piece of truth to the table, even if it doesn’t make sense to us. In other words, even though there is no right and wrong in the cosmic sense, all are right. And, furthermore, just because we can’t make sense out of someone else’s experience doesn’t mean they are wrong. It only means that we don’t have a frame of reference for that experience.
As an example, not everyone has experienced alien abduction, yet many people have. If I have never had this happen to me, does that mean that I have the right to dismiss the first-hand experience of another? I think not.
We each live in our own reality. We came here with a unique set of past-life and between-life experiences, and therefore, purposes that are ours and ours alone. Our job is to spend our lives trying to decipher what those purposes are, why we have them, and how we are to go about achieving their completion. Not an easy task, but one that is worth honoring. If you’ve come here to do something, get doing it! If you don’t know what it is (and “it” is usually several or more things), spend time searching within for guidance and direction.
Let’s understand that this multiverse is very complex. It contains many dimensions and, hence, many realities. We come from some of those realities and sometimes experience them while here on earth. Let’s honor and respect each other’s experiences of reality. There are so many lessons to be learned, so many purposes to fulfill.