Yesterday i decided to make conntact with King Paimon. My reason for doing it was to gain aid in my personal quest and help me find way to understand different topics in school. Being as im fairly fresh its also good practice.
The entire “project” went well and during the work i did get some strange images into my head.
It could be described as slices of time as canvas painting. The idea that was presented was that every moment in existence was a different canvas. So that would mean that there in theory could be in existence a museum with paintings from every moment of my entire life or paintings for the entire universe.
That was one idea that was presentet to me and the other that followed was that one small change in one painting could have had a huge impact on my life like the 2butterfly effect". Presented was the fact that if i could come with a brush to this museum and change a painting it could change who i am right now.
This idea seemed interesting but i could not see why King Paimon would give it to me, it didnt seem to correspond to what i was asking for but i made sure to remember it.
Now today while i was thinking of this and what it would mean i came to some insights that i would like to share and have your thoughts and ideas on.
I think i grasped one key to how i could make some changes in the canvases and why it could be helpfull.
Now im not stating that this methods will change every decision you have made in life this can help remove obstacles in your life that comes from your past.
Seeing as my personal development might be held back by blocks from my past i think i realised why this insight was given to me.
The canvases are our memories and experiences which makes us who we are today. So if we tamper with one of those paintings say one where i fell down a roof and which today makes me afraid of hights. If i change that picture via hypnosis, meditation or NLP i can alter the meaning of that memory and the impact it has on me and rid me of that said fobia.
Then i will have altered that painting, and that will be a change in the past.
As im writting this im sure there must be some psychological term or theory for this but nothing i know of and this was given to me yesterday and writting it down helps me process it a little and mayby something in my gibberish might be usefull to someone.