Do our first 7-10 years of our lives create the mindset that we carry the rest of our lives? Are there ways to change those mindsets later in life?
Does our subconscious store vast amounts of information? Can we access this information?
I have not gone through regression hypnotherapy myself, but I can say just reading case studies has helped change the mindset that I walk through life with now. Please look into it yourself. It might change your life for the better.
Is this video a rapid fire piecing of the puzzle of human history, present, and future? I have come across just about everything in this video in my own research. This video does a good job of piecing a lot of info together in an easy to understand presentation. Like was said in the video go and research this stuff for yourself, and draw your conclusions. I suggest using critical thinking to arrive at some truth. The truth is knowable and immutable, it just takes some work.
Are we able to create our own reality? This makes me think about an old question. If a tree falls in the forest with no one around to hear it does it make a sound? The Double Slit Experiment gives me a nudge toward answering no, there is no sound without an observer.
Is there always some form of conscious observer? There may not be a human in that forest to observe the tree falling. There may be a deer in close proximity. The deer can observe in different ways. It can see the tree falling. The deer can hear the wood snapping before the actual crash when the tree hits the ground. When the tree hits the ground the deer can feel the seismic effects. The deer may be able to smell different scents kicked up by the crash. The deer may also be able to taste pollen floating around through the air.
What about a worm in the ground? The worm can not see, hear, taste, or smell any of the effects from the tree falling. The worm may feel the seismic effects. Is this how the worm experienced the tree falling? The worm dose not observe the tree falling in the same ways as the deer.
Is there other ways to observe? What if I was under that tree before it started snapping? What if something like intuition ran me off, is that another way to be an observer? Again the possibilities seem endless.
So if I observe the same thing that you observe it dose not mean that we will perceive it the same way just like the deer, and the worm. Does this create an interference pattern? Is collective consciousness when different entities perceive the same observation in the same ways?