3rd December 2011 10:58
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An Experiment in retrocausality for those who pray... in any way
I may be gone for a while, but before I go, there's something I'd like to propose to you.
A very short but interesting "conversation" I had in another thread inspired me to do this (and I am already semi-regretting it :-)).
I propose that you choose an event the outcome of which you have always regretted.
It doesn't have to have been your "fault". It could be anything -- someone else's health or life, or... whatever. Anything at all. Not matter how far back in time, no matter how "impossible" it may appear to be.
Spend some time every day praying - in whichever way you pray (even non-religious people often "pray", although they may not be aware of it) -, or use whatever method is closer to your heart, to make the "past" change its mind.
But here's the catch: you should absolutely not talk about it. Not here, not anywhere - not even to yourself. It's one of the essential technicalities of influencing "causality", and not just retroactively.
If you are willing to give it a go... Godspeed.
N.B. There are certain ethical, theological and what-not considerations that could be discussed, but I am not going to discuss them. It would be unproductive and disingenuous, because people do this all the time, whether they are aware of it or not, with little thought for theories.
Last edited by NeverMind; 3rd December 2011 at 12:01.
ET SI OMNES, EGO NON
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3rd December 2011 12:10
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Re: An Experiment in retrocausality for those who pray... in any way
For more about retrocausality -- I did not invent it, you know -- see here.
And now I am really gone. :-)
3rd December 2011 12:24
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