Believing Is Seeing




This video seen purely with 3D physical eyes is Frank walking down a path in the woods.
With another eye it is different. I get the impression I’m walking on a treadmill and the world is coming towards me and passing by. And if I look to the side or behind me it’s the same 3D surround sound movie. This effect is better experienced away from traffic which seems to disrupt it. I take it a stage further. It’s Me imagining or dreaming I’m Frank walking down a path inside the Matrix.



We are coming towards the end of winter and spring is springing and the seasons intermix for a few weeks more.

The snowdrops are still flowering and the daffodils are poking their head above the earth.












Wandering lonely as a cloud. Every cloud has a silver lining.



The Simpsons.


Believing is seeing.

My 3D reality has nearly given up. I put this in reply to a comment from Orlena. Memories ain’t what they used to be. I also believe future memory as well as past memory effects the Now which is experienced.

‘About five weeks ago this showed up for me.



‘You had a strange dream in which all your childhood memories were shuffled.
But some of them you have never seen before.
So you decided to return to your old house to find the first fragments of your life.
After all, you still want to understand what does the Green Veil hide from you.’

And then I found the old house and a few things from my childhood(s) have become clear over the last few weeks. Essentially, it’s a bit like Inception with layered realities. The other point is all the realities are memory. They are the past.’




My perspective is that the ascension at its core is relatively simple. 3D is an illusion, dream or hallucination – whatever – and it’s a matter of going into unreal sticky back plastic emotions and beliefs and thoughts such as guilt, fear and anger, hate, physical birth and death and linear Time and releasing them but the effect on 3D from the process creates a highly unusual reality.





11 thoughts on “Believing Is Seeing

    1. Mind the gap.

      Deepak Chopra :

      Each thought we have is a complete package. It starts unformed from the silence of our mind, gathers form, energy, and purpose as it emerges to the surface of our conscious mind as a thought, and then dissolves back into the silence of awareness. From there a new thought emerges. That source of thought is our true self, the source of all creativity and imagination. So when we talk about the gap or the space between thoughts, we are talking about our silent self or pure consciousness.

    1. The long shot of the daffodil formations looks like letters or symbols.

      The collective consciousness of all things great and small.

      1. The microcosm and the macrocosm. You are probably correct about the daffs. Something similar going on with this pic.

        And inherited DNA memory and pain or past lives. Not sure which is correct or maybe both are. As part of my trip into past lives and memory this has come up. It’s personal to me and my family and is also an archetypal story. My great grandmother and great grandfather lost three sons in WW1. How does the heart go on when the music dies. Somehow it does.

        When things get heavy I dip into ACIM. I add ‘God did not create death and so it is not real’ to this.

        God did not create a meaningless world.

        With eyes closed, think of all the horrors in the world that cross your mind. 2 Name each one as it occurs to you, and then deny its reality. 3 God did not create it, and so it is not real. 4 Say, for example:

        5 God did not create that war, and so it is not real.
        6 God did not create that airplane crash, and so it is not real.
        7 God did not create that disaster [specify], and so it is not real.

    1. I went on a tour of the Hershey’s factory with my fourth grade class. The instant I stepped through the door I was overwhelmed with the aroma of chocolate. Heaven’s scent. 😊

      What do you see?

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