Move over Harry Potter — broomsticks are not necessary in this realm!

Broomsticks for flying, that is!


In case you are not familiar with the Harry Potter novels by the British author J.K. Rowling, and their subsequent films, here is a brief introduction. In her first novel, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, first published in 1997 and made into a movie in 2001, Harry Potter, the main character of the story, a youth aged 11 with magical abilities, is admitted to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. This school exists in a sort of parallel world that can only be accessed by passing through a brick wall ‘portal’ at a London train station and boarding a special train in the alternate universe that takes you to the school.

Flying lessons at the school — for wizards

One of the first things new students learn at the school is how to fly — using a broom. Not an ordinary broom though, but one having ‘magical’ properties, giving wizards the ability to fly. It takes some practice to be able to maneuver while flying and you must lose your fear of flying if you wish to be successful at it.

Flying lessons for non-wizards — fiction vs reality in the inner worlds

The Fiction: Broomstick flying training at Hogwarts

The Reality: flying training and experience within the inner dimensions

When comparing the above, there really is no comparison! Broomstick flying is like a child riding a tricycle compared to what is possible with ‘spirit’ flight! What follows is only a small sampling of what is possible.

Just to be clear on this, these experiences are not with my physical body and occur mostly within the dreamstate, in full consciousness with my inner or ‘spirit’ body. They can also be triggered within meditative states, also while fully conscious.

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This wormhole to the other side will give your Soul a good thrashing!

Just for fun — and because I instinctively knew that I would get a good laugh, I did a Google search for a definition of a wormhole. This is what I found:

Definition of a wormhole (Wikipedia):

“A wormhole (or Einstein–Rosen bridge) is a speculative structure linking disparate points in spacetime, and is based on a special solution of the Einstein field equations solved using a Jacobian matrix and determinant. A wormhole can be visualized as a tunnel with two ends, each at separate points in spacetime (i.e., different locations or different points of time). More precisely it is a transcendental bijection of the spacetime continuum, an asymptotic projection of the Calabi–Yau manifold manifesting itself in Anti-de Sitter space.”

What a mouthful! I really got more than I expected!

Wormholes are portals — you pass through and you end up somewhere else. When it comes to portals to ‘the other side’, you don’t have to look for them or even believe that they exist. All you need to do is withdraw your attention from our three-dimensional world and place it on some area you wish to visit on the inner dimensions. Of course, this is easier said than done! I should also point out that you cannot take your physical body through this type of portal, because of the body’s dense composition and low vibratory rate.

An example of this type of portal is often described by those who have had a NDE (near death experience) as being a dark tunnel with a light at the other end which gets bigger and bigger as you pass through it (the tunnel, that is).

On this particular night I was in for a big surprise — a visit, ostensibly arranged by my ‘spirit guide’, to a grand temple on the other side.

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Did you know you can have a Tim Hortons coffee in a parallel world on the other side?

That’s right, Tim Hortons in Heaven! This real first post of mine on this blog is an introduction of sorts to the grand, unseen worlds beyond our small three-dimensional planet.

I’m starting with this first ‘coffee shop’ post for no other reason than it being something I experienced recently, the other day as a matter of fact (* see note at end of this post). For those of you not familiar with Tim Hortons, it is a coffee and donuts (that’s how it originally started) chain with thousands of locations all across Canada, hundreds in the U.S. and even some in the Middle East! It may not be your favourite coffee shop, but it is ‘heaven’ for many Tim Hortons patrons, who would be disappointed if there were not one located in their neighbourhood — just as disappointing as for a Starbucks lover who couldn’t find one within a short driving distance!

Now for my little adventure.

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Welcome to our multidimensional universe!

Many physicists (and astro-physicists and mathematicians among others) now theorize the existence of multiple dimensions or universes — that we exist in a multidimensional universe. This is not a new idea. However, as yet, and according to these ‘theorists’, there is no real ‘evidence’ that other dimensions even exist. But that is from an entirely scientific perspective that mystics, past and present, would only laugh at!

Why do I say this? And what constitutes another dimension or universe? And what is a mystic? What do they know that most of us have little or no awareness of? Read my blog posts and I will answer these questions and many more!

Just to give you preview of things to come, in my next post I will show you how it’s possible to visit your favourite coffee shop on the other side (in a heaven of sorts) and even have a coffee!

My name is James Davidovich, creator of the Active Healing method of self healing and author of Active Healing and Body Restoration, a book about alternative methods of healing. I have a separate blog where I post topics to do with natural healing.