Certain scientists within cosmology believe that we live in a multiverse. That there are more than one universe - that our universe is just one of many - that we have parallel universes.Dr. Michio Kaku, Theoretical Physicist, Professor and Bestselling Author says that there are probably other parallel universes in our living room...multiverse
He says:"there are vibrations of different universes right here, right now. We're just not in tune with them. There are probably other parallel universes in our living room - this is modern physics. This is the modern interpretation of quantum theory, that many worlds represents reality."
Is our mysterious universe just one universe in a vastness of many parallel universes in one multiverse as explained by Dr.Kaku? And are there many such multiverses? AND did the Big Bang occur as a result of a collision between universes?
Nobel Prize winner in Physics (1979) - Professor Steven Weinberg supports the idea of a multiverse.
"There are hundreds of different radio waves being broadcast all around you from distant stations. At any given instant, your office or car or living room is full of these radio waves. However if you turn on a radio, you can listen to only one frequency at a time; these other frequencies are not in phase with each other.
Each station has a different frequency, a different energy. As a result, your radio can only be turned to one broadcast at a time. Likewise, in our universe we are tuned into the frequency that corresponds to physical reality. But there are an infinite number of parallel realities coexisting with us in the same room, although we cannot tune into them."
The Many-Worlds Interpretation explanation talks about parallel universes.As Gregg Braden explains in his book "The Devine Matrix"
this theory suggest that at any given moment in time, there are an infinite number of possibilities occurring, and that all of them already exist and are happening simultaneously. Each possibility happens in its own space and can't be seen by others. The unique spaces are called alternate universes. Similar to observers in the Copenhagen Interpretation, we only see the possibility we focus on. And that's the key to locking that particular possibility into place as "reality"
If this is true then there could be another you co-existing in another universe AND you can become that other you if you really wanted to.
He says:Whether you believe alternate universes exist or otherwise, just imagine for argument«s sake that they do. And that within these universes, alternate versions of yourself are living out their lives, just as you are. But since they are in alternate universes, they made different choices in life and have different experiences and skills, they will be anything from CEOs, rock stars, farmers, office workers, janitors, to any other profession or lifestyle you can think of.
He goes on to talk about how we all can use meditation techniques - going into alpha brain wave levels and getting in-touch with our other selves.
Imagine getting the chance to talk to your alternate selves - versions of you who have made different sets of choices and decisions in life. Think of how you could benefit from all their experiences, learn their skills and make better decisions. I see it as discovering your true potential. A potential you could never possibly have achieved, had you not got in touch with the Universal You - the You that you were always meant to be.
You have the possibility to find the one you were meant to be. You can be or have whatever you want in life
We are part of a universal mind - ONE MIND and this Mind is conscious. The conscious part of the mind is the awake part - the finite part. The infinite part of The Mind is the sleep part. Once you understand the set-up of the Universe and how it is run by The One Comsmic Mind you become a conscious creator of your own reality. You realize that you are a spiritual being - a point of consciousness - a soul having a physical experience. Read more about this topic in the book The Paradox of Creation