Where do We Go from Here?
Some people never know that they are color-blind -- that they lack an important ability possessed by the rest of us. Now let's consider the opposite. What if there should dwell among us a group of individuals who have an ability that is lacking in most of the population? Wouldn't they also be inclined to deny it, in order to fit in with the rest of the society? Bur the question remains, where do these abilities come from, and what is their ultimate purpose?
There is little doubt that our evolutionary development has been uneven.. We have highly developed frontal lobes which enable us to formulate lofty ideals and distant goals, but all too often our emotional centers prevent us from achieving them. More than once in the last century, we have come close to annihilating each other; and many societal institutions are devoted in whole or in part to regulating our behavior so that we do not do so individually.
With the use of multimodal hypnosis to involve one's entire person the content of a suggested event,, it becomes possible for this imaginatively gifted group pf individuals, more highly evolved than the rest, to pre-experience the rewards of distant goals now, in the present when they are most important for motivation, making it much easier to live up to the goals and ideals which evolution has enabled us to construct, but which we have frequently found it difficult to achieve, due to what is often referred to as a lack of "will power.".
Many cosmologists now believe in the existence of alternate universes, and since our brain constructs our own reality, it is not necessary to restrict ourselves to possible outcomes in this universe. Using alternate and parallel universes as merely one more form of hypothetical constructs or believed-in imaginings, you can selectively sample from the best moments of every parallel lifetime you can possibly imagine, speed-walking on the path of enlightenment, and you can directly explore the joys and wonders of the Multiverse itself, ti pave the way for all humankind to one day follow..
Sarbin, T. R. (1998). Believed-in Imaginings. New York: Barnes & Noble