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Opening to the Infinite

Title:Opening to the Infinite
Subtitle: Human Multidimensional Potential
Author:Alice Bryant and Linda Seebach
ISBN-10:0-926524-43-7
ISBN-13: 978-0-926524-43-9
Imprint: Wild Flower Press
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Page Count: 276
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The seminal original investigation into the arrival among us of gifted young peole known as the Indigo children
A multidimensional is a young person who seems to have unusual capabilities or connections to other dimensions and other non-physical and ET beings.Often they are psychic, intuitive and yet humble. These people are real and serve as the case studies for this important and seminal work.

Indigo filmA major film, Indigo, now brings this phenomenon into everyone's view. Click here to see a trailer of this film.

Parents with multidimensional children need to know how to work with these children, and Bryant and Seebach, authors of Healing Shattered Reality, provide the necessary resources. There is a new generation of young people among us, and they require our attention, for they will surely change the Earth.

Profound evidence exists supporting the concept that human potentials are not confined to third-dimension realities of height, breadth and depth, or of matter, energy, space and time. New scientific models for space-time transcendence are being researched. But human culture is rich regarding multidimensional and hyperspace phenomena experienced by the human psyche which are analogous to some of the new scientific models. Cultural and experiential evidence is strong indicating that multidimensional types can "travel" between and have conscious visualizations and perceptions of hyperspace dimensions. A technology is possible regarding transmission and access of hyperspace information. This technology could restructure human focus and activity.

The most incredible journeys ever taken have been made within the realms of the human mind. Perhaps for some, these journeys are simply pleasant day dreams, mental travels to the far-away places on earth. But for people who can mentally access other space/time continuums, people called multidimensionals," their journeys consist of far more than just imaginings. The implications of multidimensional experiencers for the future of mankind are staggering -- for their mind journeys allow remarkable amounts of very different, advanced technological information to be brought into our third-dimensional realities. Research has shown that multidimensionals can actually travel into hyperspace and have conscious visualization and perceptions of other time/space dimensions, including accessing information through their own DNA. Often they speak of formulas, mathematical equations and atomic structure in ways quite different from current scientific thought. * Hyperspace is defined as the spatial dimensions beyond time and the reality known as the three dimensional world, defined by height, width, and depth of space. It is also referred to as subspace or multidimensionality. *

The third dimension, which humans experience, exists within hyperspace as a subset or one of many dimensions. This reality, according to theoretical physicists, may also be one of many, many parallel universes. In his book HYPERSPACE [1], Michio Kaku ably demonstrates that the existence of higher dimensions and hyperspace is well grounded in scientific principles. Today's theoretical physicists have clearly defined hyperspace, introduced the existence of "wormholes" or tunnels between dimensions, alternate universes and, again theoretically, have postulated access to both the past and the future. Most of these physicists are searching for ways to access hyperspace by a mechanical, third dimensional means. But history relates that there has been an abundance of people who, through their minds, have had the potential, sometimes developed into ability, to access higher dimensions. These people have been called prophets, seers, diviners. Even science fiction writers, such as H. G. Wells and Jules Verne, have shown uncanny knowledge of the future in both their inventions and their writings. Multidimensional experiencers, with their long history, may truly represent a new evolutionary development of the human species, forerunners on the evolutionary path. Although many more multidimensionals will be born beginning in the 1990s, many born in the 1940s are now reaching their full potential. Perhaps the most renowned multidimensional of this century was Albert Einstein. His apparent ability to access regions beyond the third dimension brought in a new physics and opened the door to the development of much of today's technology. Multidimensionals know that they see, feel and experience dimensions in addition to, and very different from, the every-day third-dimensional world. Advanced concepts often come to multidimensionals in the form of a universal communication system, carried by light frequencies, seen as visions, symbols, colors, numbers, or heard through unusual and not yet understood sound mechanisms. One multidimensional we interviewed explained: "The message I related to you was given to me by these impulses that are difficult to perceive, as our current condition and language interfere with their meaning. "As I visualized the need for a new energy source, it was shown visually, interpreted poetically, and named in linear fashion for integration into third-dimensional use."

Once properly understood, nurtured and cultivated, multidimensionals have much to offer humanity. They are the forerunners of a new world. But being on the frontier often has pitfalls. Their experiences are often difficult to verbalize for there is little common ground with third dimensional reality. The translation of these experiences is one of the most difficult challenges encountered. Yet, those multidimensionals who could interpret their findings, such as Michelangelo, Da Vinci, Albert Einstein and Nikola Tesla, were considered the geniuses who changed the world. Once multidimensionals understand that they are, indeed, accessing information which exists outside known reality, the second, and perhaps largest, challenge comes in mastering their abilities. Hyperspace is so incredibly vast that there is no limit to the number of space/time continuums that can be accessed. A multidimensional might access, say, the fifth or higher dimensions, or, they could travel inside the very atoms of the third-dimensional reality. The complexities of knowing their exact location within hyperspace are overcome with training and diligent effort. The position in hyperspace dictates both what will be encountered and how it should be interpreted. Many multidimensionals see other beings, intelligences in hyperspace, and worlds different from Earth - as well as seeing symbols, equations, machines, colors. Due to the high strangeness of hyperspace, each will interpret what they see in terms of their own past experiences and knowledge. The dimensions are teeming with life forms of all descriptions, from balls of light to very concrete civilizations.

Carl Jung, in his work on interpretation of dreams identified the symbolic archetypes of the collective unconscious which frequently appear in the dream world. Time-space has not yet had this type of study. While the mind can comprehend known objects and familiar landscapes, it cannot easily comprehend something that is totally unknown. When multidimensionals see something that is previously unknown to them, they must expand their concepts to integrate the new information and also be able to correlate this new knowledge to the third dimension. Because so much is unknown regarding the phenomena encountered in hyperspace, it is advisable, regardless of religious persuasion, for people to utilize an affirmation when accessing the higher realms. An affirmation is used as a means of protection for the individual, to attract the right vibrational frequencies and repel the wrong ones. Setting up the right vibrational frequency is important. Robert Monroe, founder of the Monroe Institute of Applied Sciences, utilized an excellent affirmation in which he stated that he was more than his physical body, and asked for guidance from higher beings. Until much more is known about the inhabitants of hyperspace, it is not wise to be open to any and all energies which could be encountered. In addition to learning how to locate themselves in hyperspace and to interpret what they are experiencing, multidimensionals integrate these aspects with their third-dimensional selves. Many multidimensionals are extremely advanced when they are born. Others live normal, almost ordinary, lives in their early years, until one or more events open the doors within their minds, and they are whisked, totally unprepared, through the dimensional doorway. They have entered the next step in their ability to access hyperspace.

People who are born with the awareness of hyperspace capabilities have a much easier time with integration of the experience than those who come into awareness later in life. Changing mental focus between dimensions can occur rapidly and is often the result of outside stimuli - a harmonic resonance which can trigger the change of focus, and which can also act as a guide. This harmonic resonance may come in the form of any number of things (a sound, a word, a flash of light, a sentence, or an event) which acts as the opening key to a specific range of knowledge in hyperspace. The shift of mental focus between dimensions and into hyperspace can be random and specific words or key phrases seem to delineate given areas. Large amounts of information can result when a multidimensional is directed in a definite way to a given area. The harmonic resonance, or activating mechanism, serves the same function as a query into a computer. Although there may be unlimited data available, the query sets the parameters for specific information concerning a given topic. These activating mechanisms (or "triggers") can come at any time from anywhere - such as from emotions, written material, TV, other people, etc. Tones are one of the most common mechanisms for causing or enabling a person to switch dimensions. Monroe, for example, was a pioneer in exploring the effects of tones on the human brain and hyperspace experiencing. He discovered that the brain will respond or resonate by producing similar electrical signals when certain types of sound frequencies are heard. Alternate or special states of awareness - sleep, tranquillity, etc. - can be produced by hearing a certain sound pattern. A tone is heard with which the brain will resonate, and a corresponding state will ensue. Monroe discovered that both sides of the brain could be brought into synchronization by the introduction of two tones, one in each ear. He termed this Hemi/sync. [2] Spontaneous, or random forms of remote viewing will probably occur in certain multidimensionals. People with natural remote viewing abilities can go to specific locations, but the information they receive is at times random. Multidimensionals often need to interpret what they are seeing and the meaning of the information they obtain, otherwise the information may remain random, incomplete or garbled. This differs from Controlled Remote Viewing (CRV) methods which are very clearly defined and strictly adhered to, requiring CRVers to have a high degree of discipline. Dr. H. E. Putoff, Ingo Swann, and others, while working at Stanford Research Institute, researched and developed Controlled Remote Viewing as a model which produced high increases in accuracy and could be taught. There is no interpretation in CRV. Information obtained by CRV can be corroborated by duplication of results by different viewers and information gained by "on site" inspection.

Remote viewing always focuses on obtaining information concerning a specific place, event or person and CRV was not designed for viewing things which cannot be independently verified, such as the existence of certain discarnate beings. Those multidimensionals who can incorporate the discipline of Controlled Remote Viewing can benefit greatly from this particular type of remote viewing which takes a year or more of intensive training. For multidimensionals, validation of their information is one of the greatest rewards, for validation is one of their most intense needs. To be a multidimensional is to have very powerful inner resources. But their resources are placed in an awkward and confusing situation when nurturing and subsequent validation is withheld, denied or not possible. They tend to spend hours in telephone conversations with people who are experts in a given field in order to obtain validation of the material they are obtaining in hyperspace. It is vital to understanding that there are many, many multidimensionals in the world and that this is a human capability. Society has been very reluctant to validate the existence of "paranormal" abilities on any level. Until the world accepted his theories of highly advanced physics, Einstein was considered "mentally deranged" by his scientific peers. The social reluctance to validate multidimensional phenomena has resulted in little knowledge regarding common hyperspace experiencing. The knowledge vacuum has also left many of the phenomena unidentified and unknown. Research regarding human potential conducted (to mention but a few) at Stanford Research Institute, the Monroe Institute, and in many parapsychological research centers, has confirmed that humans possess enormous super-capabilities of all kinds. Because the human-capability spectrum is so enormous, many of these super-capabilities have not yet begun to be identified, studied or explored. Multidimensionals have many well-developed psychic abilities, but not all psychics have developed hyperspace skills. Multidimensional experiencers differ from people who receive telepathic or mechanically forwarded information from various sources. They access, by direct experiencing, philosophical and technical information, mathematics, and advanced concepts within all the known sciences. Gifted psychics are very highly evolved people who are beginning to come into the next stage of evolution, that of multidimensionality with greater awareness. Multidimensional children are often born into families who do not, in any measure, understand or appreciate their abilities. As a result, the young are confused and often rebellious. They are disoriented because they are aware of a world that present society insists does not exist. As indicated by many accounts, they are put on tranquilizers, or even stronger medication through conventional medical treatment to quiet, among other things, the "inner voice" they insist they hear.

The knowledge and talents of each child differs. They tend to speak in terms of mathematics, angles, equations, geometric forms, biological and atomic structures. They have a grasp of very technical knowledge, especially energy to matter to energy technology. Their abilities often conflict with third-dimensional education systems - and because of this, they sometimes abandon their multidimensionality. They are of the future, doing futuristic work. As they get older and begin to understand their nature, there are natural methods which enable multidimensionals to ground and control themselves. Grounding and control are vital tools for integration of the multiple realties. Often multidimensional children have a heightened interest in people of other cultures, the environment, nature and wildlife, space and the universe. They have an advanced sense of the working and order of things, a precocious knowledge generally only obtained in higher education, if available there at all. As they mature, they are filled with a knowledge that comes forth without any visible external source of input. Parents and peers may not understand the source of this information, and that is part of what sets them apart and makes them feel so strange. When multidimensional children start talking, it is sometimes evident that they have memories they cannot make others understand. One such child born in 1993, began speaking at a very early age. However, the language she used was not the language of her parents. Her unknown language had definite form, recognizable sound patterns, and it was very clear she understood that what she was saying had meaning. By age three she was still slow to form sentences in English, her mother's native language, and mixed in words with her earlier unknown language. Multidimensional children often will express themselves in wonderfully colorful and interesting ways. Andrew Thomas Weaver, who lives in Raleigh, North Carolina, at the age of six and a half, wrote and illustrated a book so remarkable his parents printed it in 1994.

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