I'll be honest, half the time I feel like I'm not in the right place, like I'm supposed to be somewhere else. This makes me think, is there really a certain "place" where I'm meant to be, or is it just where I am right now?
It's like we are made up of lots of different parts of ourselves, all mixed together into one person. It's as if we're living in different times at once, but it's all happening in our heads, with our thoughts and what we believe in.
From what I've seen, the things we think and believe in can create a sort of different version of us in another world. Now, this other world might not really be there, but the idea of it starts to feel very real and kind of shapes who we are.
This alternate you may not actually exist, but our mind believe's it's real, and is constantly shaping our existence as if it is.
So, when we think and believe certain things, it's like we're making a version of ourselves in a make-believe world. It's as if each thought and belief is like drawing a picture of a different 'you' in a world that's just in our imagination. This idea makes it seem like there are many possible versions of us out there, each one coming from the different thoughts and beliefs we have.
Think of it like a video game, where you have different levels and each level is a new version of you. Sometimes, you might face challenges or have to solve problems, just like in a video game. And as you go through these challenges, you learn more about yourself and get better at handling different situations. It's like leveling up in real life.
I've written about this before, how we may just be A Collection Of Multiple IdentitiesPOST
. This idea is pretty wild when you think about it. It's like we have a bunch of different 'mes' living in our heads, each one coming from the different things we think and believe. But, do they have significance or importance?
I've experienced many times in this journey of life - feeling as if I am in several different places in time. I believe more and more people are also in these similar places, and to be honest. We want to be there. We want to be in between the screen of reality and floating around. Everything just 'works' there, until it doesn't.
However, you do have to recognize you are in this reality now, and that also means to look at where you are and not necessarily look at where you're supposed to be. This whole concept really highlights how powerful our minds are.
The key thing here is this, if you feel as if you are supposed to be in a different place, perhaps you are. After all, intuition often provides the alternate perspective of a situation, so maybe these internal identities are voices with a theme for telling you different types of information from your intuition? Does your intuition have only one voice?