Time Travel and Kabbalah

When we talk about time travel, what we mean is totally and fully in the 1% reality. I call this reality the horizontal plane.

Just watch the movie: Back to the Future, and you see the character played by Michael J. Fox physically did stuff and that changed the future that he traveled back to. It changed the people, their income level, their behavior, their social status.

But what if our limited thinking is not the only way to look at this phenomenon?

Let me tell you something that I had first hand experience with.

Some 20 years ago, in a Landmark Seminar, the Leadership Seminar, (for those of you that care,) we needed to do a group project to practice leadership.

My group decided to create a self help group, somewhat based on the 12-step principles of non-coaching.

The name of the group was “Playground: It is never too late to have a happy childhood.”

We had 12 topics, ranging from money to sex, and we cycled through them, one topic per week.

All we did is retold our life from the particular perspective of the week, but made sure we separated fact from fiction: i.e. what happened and what we said it meant.

The group ran for two years in living rooms of the participants, and we all experienced major results that were totally unpredictable. Weight loss of a hundred pounds, regaining one’s potency as a man, creating loving, mutually supportive relationships, a loser of a realtor suddenly making a lot of cash, and for me, creating a business that was both profitable and enjoyable.

What happened in those Monday night sessions is time travel. We managed to go back and change the past. NOT what actually happened, but its significance, its meaning, its “bearing” on the future.

I must have given up being a martyr on the cross, because finally I was able to have it all without any suffering.

I wish I could form a group like this today to help me reevaluate some of my past, so that I can increase my sense of my own value and increase my ability to accept abundance in my life.

Anyone interested in teaming up with me? We could do it on the phone!

Please write in the comment section of this article if you are. I can’t wait!

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Author: Sophie Benshitta Maven

True empath, award winning architect, magazine publisher, transformational and spiritual coach and teacher, self declared Avatar

2 thoughts on “Time Travel and Kabbalah”

  1. I’m in! I recently had an epiphany that I think is related to this topic. I had been trying to work on removing past hurts. To do that, I revisit the situation and ask myself is there another way of seeing and interpreting things. I recalled an experience that I had with a co-worker that called me a big black panther. For years I carried anger in my mind and heart for what I thought was really racist. In reflecting back and meditation on it, I realized that I took his words to mean as a literal big black panther instead of symbolically. When I look at it symbolically, I then saw it as being like a member of the 1960’s Black Panther Party. Basically, what he was saying was that my thoughts and actions were too radical and threatening for the environment I was in, like a member of the Black Panthers during that time. So instead of seeing him as a racist that was trying to provoke me into doing something stupid, I now see him as a co-worker that was trying to warn me and advise me of perceptions and impressions that could be a detriment to my career there. I instantly let go of the pain and anger I carried for all those years. What we choose to perceive and believe, can make a big difference in how we live out our lives.

    So I imagine, the playground is similar. You look at your past from different perspectives to gain new insight into your interpretation of reality at that time. And you answer, is it possible that the event could be interpreted differently. If so, how?

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