Men in Black lll is a good movie. One of its main characters, a little alien chap called Griffin, enjoys and concurrently suffers a 5th dimensional existence and can return to his favourite moments in history any time he likes. He likes baseball. And happy endings. And in the true spirit of good movies, he helps the good guys save the world.
Here in real-time rural England, the film was watched on a day of vegetarian cooking, long dog-walking, home-made wine and a real fire. In other homes, the day was filled with other things, no two days the same. So we move through our allotted time spans in our given measures of pleasures and pain, at various stages on the journey of life investigating what it's all for, and if we're lucky, we come to learn why we came here in the first place.
Our callings are different, except where they converge, and the movie hit it soundly home that we live in a Multiverse of parallel probabilities, with many options jostling for position at any moment we may live through. My timeline has brought me to a collective of people who share a spacetime quest for something I like to call Unconditionalism. We seem to share an astounding number of commonalities on the incredible journey we're undertaking. We go through tests beyond our wildest imaginings, borne of circumstances we didn't expect.
When I began my journey to reach this point in spacetime, it was a week ago in 1963. Snow covered the British Isles to the tune of several feet, and I was the last of three to be born to parents who'd met during the war and made the most of a hard transference into civilian life. My father's trajectory took him into sales, where he climbed enough ladders to co-found Hambro Life, later to become Allied Dunbar. Stress, politics, and personal disappointments took their toll - he died when he was 64, many years after separation from my mother, who subsequently took up acupuncture and cured people written off by doctors for 25 years. She's now 93.
Far from intending to relay my life story, I came here tonight under the light of a waxing moon following a shift of sorts, a sway in temperance, a settling of scores. A lot of people have felt this shift, punctuated two nights ago in the early hours when we were woken by a heavy silence, since when there have been many inner assessments, with questions answered before they were asked, as is the nature of quantum movement. Griffin lived in a constant state of retrocausality, a concept we're beginning to grasp as significant in our worldlines, to realise that what we have done and are yet to do are caught in a web of probabilities which can - and do - change at a moment's notice.
Our virtual community is at once spiritual and tellurian, ethereal and carnal, filled with people who find themselves emblazoned and expelled from the ideology of Love. This is no romantic idealistic serving-for-two of happy-ever-afters and dreams come true, instead it deals indescribable pain and inexplicable fascination for something rooted deep in the soul, going far beyond the realism surrounding "meet and marry and have kids". You conjoin briefly, you separate, and may repeat through cycles of development until you reach a point where you are no longer trapped in a clinch of longing for an outcome. You reach your own magical dynamic independently of each other, to exist on parallel tracks.
A primary concept at work here is quantum entanglement, when you encounter strange manifestations of connectivity, and you experience many things to affirm bonds forged by non-locality - a fixture of entanglement. Where such relationships exist, outcomes veer away from the three-dimensional position a partnership will normally find itself in, creating a harmonic across the wave of probabilistic mechanics where things that happen are essentially coloured by synchronicity, self-alignment and a desire to live beyond the confines of social standardisation.
Many people come to investigate this community in the hope of finding their ideal partnership, the love of their life, the One, not realising that none of us choose this path - we are on it by virtue of an unexpected relationship that drives towards definition of the Self, excluding romanticism in order to reach this point of definition. Such seekers leave, once they discover the bare truth behind any romantic overtones to be heard in the words "Twin Flame". Learning to be true to one's own track comes about through a series of tests, and there will be people in our lives who test us in many ways. There is only one who can claim to be your TF - you may never meet again in this world-line, but you will know who you are.
The defining characteristic of a twin flame relationship lies in its quantum mechanical properties; unbeknown to me, my TF had shadowed my track to become the reason I was dragged to the computer at 6.00am every morning through the late Nineties and "told" by things I couldn't see to look up things I'd never heard of, like Quarks and the Uncertainty Principle. I was being tutored, by conscious entities beyond the realms of this dimension, in the basics of quantum mechanics without any prior scientific training or any idea what was happening to me, but I know now that this education was part of my incredible journey and I'm content in the surety of exactly where that history sits in relation to the Now. I had to learn these things in order to understand any of the events which had taken place during that phase of my existence.
Many more people are reaching the inevitable conclusion that quantum mechanics has a fundamental place in the fabric of life, in the experiences we encounter and our ability to rise regardless in the face of extreme adversity. We are living through a phase of human existence that needs these understandings and relationships in order to build a powerful allegiance with the framework of consciousness beyond current remits, and transcend the constraints of old paradigms that we needed once to guide us to where we are now, but need to be changed in order for our species to evolve.
In the throes of the fires you may encounter on your way through life, you may be faced with a flame which burns you into a crisp of your former self and makes you experience each of the following all at the same time;
Non-acceptance, Lack of self-worth, Loss of confidence and Imbalance.
Sometimes, it's just circumstance that puts you there; such moments can temporarily seem like Forever. But you can, whatever the situation, set yourself upright again and walk on by. You might need a counsellor, you might need a coach, or you might just need a good friend to help you through a rough patch. Whatever your chosen route, we've all hit points in our lives when these inner negatives come calling to be addressed.
Some would say that at some point in time, all relationships can have these effects - if they didn't, you wouldn't be feeling anything. Relationships involve an element of conflict, a shifting power-base where no-one wants to even admit there's a power struggle, aspects of challenge, habits you want to change in them but have to put up with instead, things you'd like to have but can't get. Relationships are rarely an easy ride if there's any longevity attached. But there's one kind of love that can crash you to the floor without any apparent reason. A kind of loving that clutches your heart like a limpet clings to a rock. No matter where you go or what you do or for how long you are absent from the equation, this love refuses to lie down and die. This love is called, by popular demand, "Twin Flame". If you're burned by a Twin Flame (TF), you may have to get out of the furnace fast. But even so, that love won't leave you. You will feel the same way about that person for as long as you breathe air. Along with being burned, you've been branded.
Most affairs of the heart will walk on by with a fond or frosty farewell and the two can look back after twenty years and say, "Wasn't that nice? We won't be going back there since we don't feel the same way about each other any more, but I could have a coffee with you if I met you in the street, and chat about old times. We can laugh about it now."
The conversation might be somewhat different with a TF. Something like this:
"What the hell happened there? We won't be going back, I'm not letting you anywhere near me while I can think straight. Coffee? You've got to be joking. I'm not looking into your eyes again, it's not worth the risk. Want to chat about old times? Call me. No, you won't be calling me, will you? We can laugh about that now."
Or, on the other hand, you might fall straight back into each other and take the consequences.
The Twin Flame dynamic is a mutual opening of hearts that comes with a great deal of pain and purging from the very depths of your soul. One of the parties may purport that Depth isn't their thing and run as fast as quicksand will allow into the arms of shallow water. However that may be, you cannot avoid the long-term impact of Twin Flame love, or the tenacious quality this particular energy has. Several decades later, your feelings for each other will not have changed one jot and while Union (the merging of TFs into 3D-togetherness mode) may never happen, your growth and spirituality is aligned within that love. For it acts as a mirror, making you search for the roots of non-acceptance, lack of self-worth and the other characteristics you're pressed hard to analyse so that you can do something about them and develop within yourself.
And there's one more thing about TFs.
Your Twin Flame does not have an Identikit poster attached. There is no character profile. When you look up info on social media sites (which you will, because you'll have to) you'll find people telling you that certain kinds of people can't be Twin Flames, that Twin Flame love doesn't include such-and-such, that if you encounter X you haven't met your TF, and other claims from the soapbox of Divinity that you can freely dismiss as utter junk. Anyone can be a Twin Flame. Your journey can include anything at all. Love has a right of passage to every single heart of every livinng thing, so don't question its validity if you've found yourself stuck with a love that fits the TF picture, or even if you think you may have just met someone who ticks the appropriate boxes. There's a rite of passage to Source, and if Destiny handed you a ticket, be prepared for a nice long trawl through the abyss of your soul where you'll figure out what makes you who you are, and learn to love that, too.
It's all here in a song, Across the Borderline. This picture of a Quetzal is on the front of the CD, thanks to Claudia Avendano in Guatemala. The first track on the album is called Two Steps Forward. But it's a bit long, at five minutes, and most people probably wouldn't have the patience. Too many chorus repeats. Too much of everything, really. Bring on the Spice Girls.
Quantum principles to look up:
Entanglement, non-locality, wave-particle duality.... and crucially, uncertainty. You never know what's going to hit you next.
Metaphysics is where spooky quantum principles and the miraculous elements of our own existence meet. It's the place where spacetime collapses in the black hole singularity, it's the unfathomable shadow area of photon activity in wave-particle duality, and the point reached in certain kinds of relationships where having faced a 3-dimensional train-wreck, you've moved into the zone of the unknown.
In applying these principles to Twin Flame relationships, there are plenty of people who'll relate to what they're reading. And if you're here to read more about the dynamics of a collective, probably in the corporate sense, you'll find a lot of people you come into contact with across the remit of your existence experiencing these things, and who knows, you might find yourself relating to concepts that hadn't occurred to you before.
As this is a template for a 'mission statement', we'll outline what's intended and think about how to get there. The objectives are wide-ranging so read into them according to your own track. Let's say for argument's sake that you are going through the mill with your TF (twinflame) relationship, you have a karmic partner adding strings to the complex bonds you're wrapped up in, and you've already found that the more you struggle, the tighter it all gets, leaving you stressed and anxious and wondering what to do next. Paradoxically you've got a company with a culture problem, feeling the same kinds of tension for what appears on the surface to be very different reasons, while wondering where the motivation will come from to change things for the better.
Objective: To transcend the situational stress and be able to think clearly.
How to get there: Well, don't try too hard to do anything. The more you struggle to achieve this position the more elusive it'll get. Forcing yourself into a corner while the situation escalates isn't going to help, but at the same time you do have to take responsibility for it. You got yourself into this mess, as the song goes. Not that you chose to, for in all likelihood it's just the way things turned out to be, so your job now is to step back and start letting things happen. When you let things happen, you can more clearly see what's happening. As you take the role of the Observer for longer periods of time, the aspects you observe will start to look rather different to the way they looked when you were trying so hard to fix them.
Objective: To reach a peaceful state of mind that you can share with other people.
How to get there: You've taken responsibility for the tests you're facing now, but it's not helping if you find yourself on a guilt-blame cycle. This is a cycle you're sharing with other people, spinning the run-and-chase dynamic like a neutron star spins energy. In fact that's what you're doing - spinning energy. In looking after a corporate collective, how you work with it yourself will translate into how your workforce feels. In a TF situation, how you feel and how the other party feels are mirrors that can juxtapose (one feels joyful, the other feels sad) or synchronise, depending on where you are in the journey. The two situations are almost polarised, but we're dealing with metaphysical elements of how the Universe works, and those elements apply to all our relationships one way or the other. So to reach a peaceful state of mind, you have your inner turmoil to work through and that requires time, patience and trust. Time, in that you can't hurry love - you're learning how to handle Love energy which means counteracting Fear. You don't need to meditate, although it won't hurt if you do. You absolutely do need to avoid judgement. In either of these situations, judgement means everyone comes off worst. Ego-battles can rage out of control while you're striving to reach this state of inner calm; the only way you're going to win is to leave preconceptions behind and start opening yourself up to the miraculous transformation that comes with a new kind of access to a totally different kind of portal.
Objective: To put your circumstances on cruise-control and enjoy the ride.
How to get there: Life is a journey, not a destination, so we'll stick with that analogy. Getting to the point of cruise-control does necessitate a certain amount of soul-searching and finding therein an ability to heal parts of the Self that hitherto remained buried, unnoticed, but inclined to catalyse reactions within you that lead to communicative disasters. Ego has the overt job of getting you what you want, but you've probably noticed that it comes with the underlying pricetag of uncertainty. Uncertainty is a quantum principle, so there's no getting away from it, and if you can work with that, you're more than half-way there.
What about the metaphysics, then? Gut instinct and physical sensation are deeply connected. In the working environment, you know instinctively what kind of atmosphere the collective is generating, and if you've become immune to it on the surface, your gut will tell you that things need to change. As a TF, you may experience 'rushes' of energy coursing through you, and know what's going on with the other party even without direct communication. In either case, dreamscape might be revealing some interesting information so take this into account, as dreaming is another form of conscious processing riddled with mystery but applying to us all. Your intuition uses non-locality (action at a distance) to define the truth of a situation, and entanglement to give you access to the information you need. The uncertainty principle says that you can't measure speed and position at the same time, so don't try - it also makes sure the same thing never happens twice. Time itself is a quantum concept - the brain likes to see patterns in everything so it's inclined to view time as linear, which it's not. Past and future work on a torus system where both are equally valid in terms of what is and what isn't, so making things happen the way you want them to happen results in something rather different happening which fulfils a universal need aligning with your own perception. You can do this - you can make the quantum leap to a new paradigm, but like the invisible bridge in Indiana Jones, you first have to trust that it's already there for you to make something of it.
In either situation, it's very likely to be worth the effort, for we're in this for a reason, and we have to let the reason be Love. Write your mission statement with these aspects in mind, and you'll be amazed at what you can achieve by taking out the effort and putting thought, first and foremost, into the process. Oh, and while you're at it, make sure you walk around with that energy you're carrying, purposefully and balanced, for it's no good strolling along at zero-point-five miles an hour if you want to keep yourself fit for purpose.
Kathy is the author of Quantumology. She met quantum mechanics in 1997 and pledged allegiance to its sources thereafter. These are her personal thoughts and testimonies. For professional testimonials please see Programmes.