The following is an interesting question from one of my readers on the mechanics of event space surrounding our incarnations
Q: I have seen what would appear as a “past life” in Mexico around the turn of the 20th century. Also, I have seen what would be a “future life” about 130 years in the future in Chicago. Is it your opinion (or SE1’s) that these are parallel universes I am connecting with and not actual physical incarnations?
A: Yes, these are in different event spaces, but one “the future one” can be classified as another incarnation as well. The one in Mexico is not specifically at the earlier part of the 20th century but is an area in Mexico that appears to be “old world” in its presentation. (This answer was based upon my logging into my readers energies, the question below is more generic)
Q: So, do I have but 1 physical incarnation per event space? And, is the event space defined by the duration of my physical incarnation, personally speaking. Would all the different physical incarnations have their own separate event space and therefore cannot be bridged or traveled physically with the same “body”, so to speak? Is the same “amount” of energetic content projected into each separate event space in which I am having a physical incarnation always equal? Are separate event spaces the same as a parallel reality or are parallel realities created by “intention” and not “physical action”?
A: Each event space has a physical version of you and each event space has a longevity based upon the longevity of the physicality within it. The content is based upon the level of interaction with the event space’s environment and the level of feed-back each physicality has with it. Everything is in parallel but remains separate, unless of course two event spaces merge as a result of similar dualistic functions or a physicality demises.
The physical vehicle cannot traverse event spaces itself for it is linked to a particular event space, however the consciousness can traverse event spaces for it is not constrained by the physicals’ link to the event space it resides within. Each event space IS the parallel condition.