Listening to a popular radio show in the UK, I was hearing the listeners calling in – mainly women – talk about how they have lost someone very close to them, like their husband or their father. One lady had a special female friend whom she lost a few years ago, and yet they all had one thing in common: each described how these loved ones still appear in their dreams, most of the time rather vividly.
My mind immediately leapt to a possibility: when you have a fantastically vivid dream about a very close human being who is no longer with you, that might not be a dream at all!
Perhaps, in your grief and sleep state, you are able to access an alternate and higher frequency in your brain, which just might happen to be the frequency of the neighbouring reality – from a multiverse perspective. Perhaps even the one closest to our own reality.
Probability, you see, is built into the very machinery that makes up the gears of a universe like ours. In this alternate reality, your loved one is still alive. And you are accessing the frequency of YOU in the other universe. So even though in your dream it might seem like you are talking to and interacting with your long-lost spouse (a position called “association” as opposed to disassociation where you would witness you from the outside), feeling the love and energy as though you were still together, it is not you from this universe experiencing it.
You are connected to YOU in the other reality. There is no getting away from this connection, because it is quantum entanglement that keeps us connected to each reality around us. We can experience the love and energy of something we have lost in this universe, by accessing it in the multiverse.
In an alternate reality, you are still with your spouse. Which means that through your frequency-altering dreamstate, YOU can be with your spouse too!
As an aside to this, when you dream of a certain person, perhaps one with whom you wish you were in a relationship in this reality, and in your dream, you are actually in that relationship, it could be your higher state sleeping brain tapping into the next adjacent universe where you are actually in that relationship, and it is playing out in the multiverse.
This is why it feels so gut-wrenching in your dream when you make a mistake that would have real-world repercussions in your awake state. For example, going to a hotel with the man of your dreams (literally) and paying with your debit card that you realise ten mins later your husband is going to see. It has ramifications in the dream-You’s reality and it feels so gut-wrenchingly real because it IS real, for her.
In your dream, as you tap into the next reality, you just created a quantum entanglement choice-point in your alternate’s reality that will propel her down the path of being with the man she is “meant” to be with, as the universe strives for balance in all realities – quantum entanglement.
If all realities are based on choice points in your life, then somewhere, you ARE in that relationship, or that special someone is still alive, and in this universe, the best you can do to live how you think you should be living based on missed choice points is to join the entangled you in the adjacent reality through your higher sleep state.
It opens the door to all kinds of possibilites!
As an addendum to this, in light of some recent research on NDE’s, I don’t think the brain is recalling important life events when it dies. I think it is trying to grasp at the individual’s life in other realities, like a scrolling search function across the multiverse, and where people see their lives, they’re seeing the combined and shared experiences of their other selves.
However, where people see nothing, then that is indicative of them being the very final version of themselves alive in the multiverse, and thus no other version of their ‘self’ is contactable across the multiverse, hence no shared images to scroll through.
Zemmar speculated, “[T]he brain may be playing a last recall of important life events just before we die, similar to the ones reported in near-death experiences.”https://bigthink.com/neuropsych/near-death-experiences/
Here is the link to the research article.