Men in Black lll is a good movie. One of its main characters, a little alien chap called Griffin, enjoys and concurrently suffers 5D existence and can return to favoured moments in history any time he likes. He likes baseball. And happy endings. In the true spirit of good movies, he helps the good guys save the world. Griffin lives in constant retrocausality, a concept we're beginning to grasp, to realise that what we've done and will yet do are caught in a web of probabilities which change at a moment's notice.
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.
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.
We do not 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. 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. Only one will be your TF - you may never meet again in this world-line, but you will know who you are. You may experience many things to affirm bonds forged by non-locality - a fixture of entanglement.
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.
Where such strange 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 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.
Kathy is the author of Quantumology. She met up with quantum mechanics in 1997, pledging allegiance to its sources thereafter. These are her personal thoughts and testimonies.