What if, each time we die, we enter into a parallel universe in which we didn’t die?
So, in one instance of existence, we did die and those people we knew, in whatever lifetime they are living, must continue without us, but in the new universe we enter into, we didn’t die and life goes on.
In our conscious existence, we may think we had some close calls with death, when, in reality, in a parallel universe it was not a close call … we really did die … and in that existence our loved ones continue without us, but in the parallel universe we moved onto we somehow survived and those same people, yet different parallels of them, continue on with us.
There may be multiple, clone-like, unconscious existences of ourselves, living in the parallel universes of people we know who died in our conscious world, but simply transitioned into their own parallel universes with a different representation of ourselves living with them side by side.
There may be parallel universes where the life expectancy is hundreds of years old and those who we thought died of old age, passed on into a parallel universe where they live on with many years still ahead of them.
And, those dreams we have that seem so real, are really small, unconscious portals that allow a peak into one of our parallel existences.
The you that I know and the me that you know, may not even be in the same conscious parallel; it may simply be the version of us that continues on in our consciousness, playing the part of the individual really living consciously in another parallel.
A hard concept to grasp … but … what if?