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Your evolutionary path is a series of moments, experienced.
As you heal, the moments get rosier as the things you want start coming your way. New timelines, new progress. And then, just when things are going well, a wrench in the machine! In comes a tidal wave of destruction—in the form of something that you had always feared would happen, happening. There it is, staring you in the face. And your whole life must come to a halt to take care of it.
This happened recently when I received an email from my credit card provider: “Your password has been changed.”
But it wasn’t me that changed it. In fact, I hadn’t logged into that account for months. It’s been on my list for a year to log in and update my profile; but I continually ignored my intention and did other things instead.
This propelled me into crisis mode! How many other accounts use that same password? And why am I still using the same password on multiple accounts? And has my email been hacked too? And who ARE these people? And what have they gotten from me?
Here I am, a victim once again. Just when I thought I was over that stuff, something like this happens to show me that I’ve still got evolutionary work to do. But something didn’t seem right about this occurrence. It felt weird.
“Just check it out,” the internal voice said.
Once I logged on to check, there was no evidence of a password change request. No activity, no bad guys stealing my identity. “Welcome back, Kimberly! It’s good to see you again.” The activity log was squeaky clean.
Yet I have an email right here, telling me it was changed! So which is the correct reality? Which information should I believe?
The Universe has a purpose for such things. Remember: nothing is random.
What I experienced was a bleedthrough.
Bleedthroughs, also called holographic injections, are inserted into your reality to test your evolutionary progress.
You’re given a sneak peak of a parallel timeline—one that is a result of different choices—and you get to experience it as if it’s real.
Now this notion isn’t new; Ebenezer Scrooge had a wild ride one Christmas Eve, if you recall. He learned a lot about himself over those few hours of flying around London, and when he woke up from his apparent dream, he was a changed man.
He was given the opportunity, through foreshadowing of some pretty gnarly outcomes, to course-correct his waking life. You do this too, and often.
Let’s review the mechanics of creation:
- You are energy, creating from your imagination.
- Your thoughts form your reality. This includes unconscious thoughts, as well as conscious ones.
- Any area in which blocked energy remains, will resurface in the form of an event for you to process.
Since humans reside mostly in the physical and are taught to validate occurrences with our physical senses, we consider what we see with our eyes as undeniable truth.
A bleedthrough is a collision with a parallel timeline; one on which those involved made different choices, leading to different outcomes. It is truth, but it might not be one you’d like to experience; you’re given the opportunity to try it on for size. The corporeal mind and body will react to a bleedthrough exactly as if it were occurring in your conscious reality.
But why? And who is doing this to you?
You are. But you have good intentions in doing so, and it’s because there is something that needs healing in you; so you present yourself with an event formed by another set of choices. You’re testing yourself to see how far you’ve come.
Here, in the case of my unauthorized password change, I got to process feelings of powerlessness (someone is out to get me), procrastination (this wouldn’t have happened if I hadn’t put off updating my password), and guilt for being less than excellent in all areas.
The trick is to know which events are on your most desired timeline, and which are collisions from another timeline. They can look exactly the same unless you review the details.
Take a hard look at the event. I mean Head On:
- Look at the people, objects, and nature of the event very carefully. In them, you will find indications that you’re seeing an experience from another timeline. People may look slightly different, such as wearing different clothes than they normally would. Something will feel, well, OFF. Use your gut’s analysis of the situation.
- Is this event related to something you’ve been worried about? A fear in the back of your mind, festering there? If so, chances are you’ve got a bleedthrough.
- Feel the emotions that this event triggers. This is important in either case.
If you’ve determined that this event is not on your current timeline, that doesn’t mean you can ignore it. The objective here is to process the emotions that arose from the event, and to get that blocked energy cleared away. On the other side of the coin, if you continue to consistently focus on the disastrous event as your reality, then off you go, diverted by the bleedthrough onto a new path.
But I’m guessing that you want things to work out OK; so if that’s your aim, then process the emotions and switch your focus to the most joy-filled timeline you can imagine.
At the least, acknowledge that you experienced an idea that wasn’t in line with your desires. You sent yourself a test; you then self-evaluated the results, AND you cleared out blocked energy as well. This is progress! The event then loses its volatility, and can be safely stored in your consciousness as a neutral experience.
There’s one more thing, and it’s crucial:
Never speak of the event, to yourself, or to anyone, again. This is how any idea is removed from your current timeline.
By filing away the occurrence with neutrality, and never referring to it again, it becomes merely one of an infinite number of possibilities available to you. You’ve tasted it, it was yucky, and so you put it back. Consider possibilities that will taste better, and focus on those.
As you continue to make conscious choices about where you focus your attention, such tests will no longer be needed.
Bleedthroughs can be positive experiences too.
If a sudden opportunity presents itself to you that seems too good to be true, then take note. You’re testing yourself on your ability to accept good things. Can you handle these gifts, or will you fall back into old ways and believe that all aspects of life can’t be exactly as you want them to be?
Are there areas of your life where you are experiencing bleedthroughs, believing that they are your current timeline?
Check out all the details; feel the experience in your gut, and take action where called to do so. For me? All it took was one email collision to finally get me to change my password and cross it off that list.
Ebenezer Scrooge image by Dawn Hudson