Timeline Shifting Memory Makers

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Let me share with you a story about the Timeline Shifting Memory Makers.

Once Upon a View, personal and spectacular, there were assumptions, some great and some not so great at all.

They formed a magical array of filters that converted all possibilities into certainties and impossibilities. This amazing ability to predetermine personal awareness set up a personal trip many argue should be treasured. Every observer fragment of the universe was bestowed with this magical power.

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Soon enough through sensory filters narrowing our awareness, we experienced emotional gravity within vessels called bodies that bonded us to these assumptions so we could live them as if they were the only reality in existence. What a trip!

This trip was defined by the freezing of each experience, frame by frame, moment by moment, to recall as an experience, called a memory. We became memory makers that expanded the Universe through the diversity of illusionary experience.

Soon we began to recall our memory reel as the evidence of reality. “It must be true because I have experienced it over and over,” we adamantly concluded. We thought less about how everyone was making their own memories and was recalling a very different movie of life to us and thought more about how our movie was the feature film of the galaxy.

Eventually, people began to slip their life force out of the assumption filters and began changing some of them. They immediately experienced a change in plot, subplot, characters and new experiences that created different memories that did not fit the plot of the old showreel.

Those that did this became known as memory making timeline shifters according to my blog article here. 😉

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