Christina Rasmussen

May all your chosen realities come true

I have to admit to you that writing this particular Star Letter was incredibly difficult.

As the New Year is approaching I have been receiving questions from readers who have been wondering what the New Year will bring in their lives.

Will they make their dreams come true finally?

How will life look like in 2017?

I looked for the connection points between our potential at altering physical reality and physics but they were so difficult to pinpoint.

As you know we are dealing with a lot of invisible but proven hidden dimensions.

At least 8 dimensions are not visible.

I spent the last few days being immersed in the world of Gravitational Waves, Parallel Universes, Hidden Dimensions and String Theory most importantly.

One can spend a whole lifetime surrounded by experiments and articles in the millions.

But yet find nothing to connect it to real life.

And here is where everything just hit me.

What is real life?

Is real life an experience that is taking place in the fabric of the cosmos within the string theory which tells us that we live on a membrane, a string stretched out thin?

Is real life the result of two membranes colliding and creating the big bang?

Is real life taking place in one small corner of a vast multiverse and we are just one of many versions of ourselves?

Is this what real is?

And as I write this I can hear the silent answer of this question.

I can hear it much more than I can see it.

The discovery of the truth spans many decades and there is a very good chance that it will span thousands of years and this version of me and you won’t be here anymore.

So today after feeling days of frustration trying to connect the dots between gravity, hidden dimensions and a human being I am going to share with you that maybe the truth lies in the invisibility of a black hole or being unable to see inside a supernova.

And that the only way we will ever discover what is the world made of is through the lack of eyesight. The invisibility of some of the dimensions may be a gift after all.

Since we can’t really see them we have to shift our perception to look at things differently.

Just like the way string theory showed up as 5 string theories but ultimately it was only one. M theory.

The only way we can understand any of this is if we find a way out of this physical reality.

By allowing our consciousness to travel to a non physical place where we can witness all the versions of ourselves, we can come to the realization that this reality is truly one of infinite many.

So here is my connection point.

If I was to take all the proven discoveries of the universe and insert them inside my life, I would be able to live different versions of this reality depending on which one I chose to look at. 

If we allow ourselves to experiment with our own life then maybe we will find our own way into another universe.

We could find our way into our own special string theory where the fabric of our own cosmos lives.

Maybe the discoveries of the universe also exist inside the perception of our own life.

And if we applied it we would be able to change our destiny by witnessing the version of ourselves in a different universe.


According to what we know so far witnessing something changes its behavior.

Witnessing something makes it more real. Makes it the chosen universe.

Consciousness is a part of the cosmos and since we are consciousness we can choose what we look at, where we look at it from and how invisible it is.

Consciousness is the connection point.

It is the eyes that see what is invisible.

So today I want to ask your consciousness to let go of this very concrete reality you believe in.

Find your way into a gravitational wave and travel to realities you have never been able to do so before.

As 2017 is approaching use this knowledge to imagine a different life for yourself, witness a version of you in a different world and live there for a few moments.

What will happen next will surprise you.

A separate universe from the one you are experiencing life in will be reflected into yours through you witnessing it.

We experience synchronicities and realities that seem too coincidental to be random events.

And maybe just maybe we don’t have to wait for the far away future to explain to us that there is a way to travel from one universe to the next.

Maybe the hidden dimensions are even more real than this third physical dimension you are experiencing this moment in.

Maybe we are the key to the universe and nobody can tell this to us but us. 

Maybe we are not really imprisoned or saved by gravity or belong to only one reality.

Maybe in fifth dimension we can experience all of the versions of us, in all of our potential.

And if that’s so the least we can do is imagine a new reality for ourselves in 2017.

Just one.

See now, that can’t be that hard since it’s possible that we have the capacity of witnessing infinite realities in a multiverse location or locations.

And if this is not very easily translatable, the simple version of this request is that I am asking you to daydream.

Daydream and see yourself in the best possible reality you want.

While you are day dreaming believe that this version of you absolutely and completely exists somewhere else. Because the math says that it does. And that is a fact.

And if that’s true then anything is possible.

Welcome to 2017. May all your chosen realities come true. (Click to Tweet)

With stardust,


Christina Rasmussen is the creator and founder of The Life Reentry® Institute, Second Firsts, The Life Starters and Star Letters. Christina is on a crusade to help millions of people rebuild, reclaim, and relaunch their lives using the power of their own minds. Christina’s work has been featured on ABC News, NPR, The White House Blog, and She is the bestselling author of Second Firsts: Live, Laugh, and Love Again, which has also been translated in Chinese and German and is currently working on her second book on expanding the mind in ways that allows co creation with the forces of the universe. She is also writing her first work of fiction: a science fiction story about a woman on a quest to start over and begin a new life.

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