The SlipStream Effect is simple to understand. Membranes slide against each other, occasionally lining up perfectly, one parallel world against another. It is at this moment that a "jaunt" can be achieved. I call this "slipstreaming".
It all starts out with the Magic Question: "What are you doing right now?".
Whatever the answer, you can be sure that most people would rather be doing something other than what they're doing right now.
Do you remember what it was like, sitting in a grade-school classroom with a bunch of other kids and one or two adults whose behavior and demeanor screamed "I'd rather be elsewhere!!!"???
Maybe you remember gazing out the window into a beautiful spring day, wishing you could be out there playing in the sunlight and shadows, smelling the fresh air and listening to the birds singing in the trees.
How many days do you suppose you wasted, flushed down the toilet in fact, sitting in a classroom, learning things that even then you knew you'd never use.
The thing is, the education system is not designed to teach subjects at all. History, geography, math, science, language...all are fictions, designed to misdirect the public attention.
What you're actually learning in school is to:
- Get up at a time you'd rather remain in bed.
- Eat a rushed breakfast so you won't be late.
- Endure inclement weather and other rude intrusions in your morning.
- Gather up your books and the homework you did last night.
- Endure the overpowering odor of a public school building.
- Sit through endless hours of drivel.
- Endure the politics and cliques of school life.
- March to the next class.
- March to lunch.
- March to the playground.
- Get on a bus, subway, wait for mom to pick you up, or walk home.
- Do homework.
- Eat dinner.
- Play or watch tv.
- Go to bed.
Weekends are time for sleeping in, grubbing about, rummaging for snacks and watching tv, online gaming, browsing, chatting, texting and, in upper grades, sexual experimentation.
Wow, what a life.
And the thing is, it's compulsory. You don't have a choice. Even if you know the deal, that what you're learning is not subjects but a way of serving the military-industrial machine, you can't escape, at least not until you're an adult, and even then, by that time, you're thoroughly conditioned to accept the slavery to the machine as the price you pay to stay alive.
What you're actually learning is to go to a place you don't want to be at, with a bunch of people you don't really want to be with, doing something you'd rather not be doing at all, slaving for wages that just barely keep your head above water so you can report to work the next day, and the next, and the next and the next.
And so it goes until death do you part. You and your slavery. And it's been going on all your life.
First you're a slave to the educational system, which teaches you to be a happy and contented slave to the industrial world. In total, you'll typically spend about sixty to seventy years doing something you don't want to do, with the hope of doing what you really want to do on weekends and vacations, but that's not what's going to actually happen.
What actually happens is a life of disappointment and bitterness, because you sold your soul for a shiny new nickel. You won't know how cheaply you sold out until the very end, but you will see it then.
We all know this to be true -- we have direct experiential data in our own lives to verify that we have spent most of our lives doing things we'd rather not be doing, instead of things we'd rather be doing.
Well, this is really all about How You Spend Your Day.
Every minute of every hour of every day of every week of every month of every year of every lifetime.
You want change? Who wouldn't???
Here's how it's done. I'll give away the Secret: Little by little. Inch by inch. Tiny moves at a time.
It's called "SlipStreaming", and I'll explain now how it works.
Think of elevators going up and down right next to each other, face-to-face. One is going up while the other is going down, then they reverse, passing each other door-to-door at varying times and places in their up-down sliding movements.
Were one quick and nimble, one might, with the right foreknowledge and timing, jump successfully and safely from one elevator to the other. This is what it's like to SlipStream from one parallel world to another.
There's a slight "bump" that you might or might not feel as this space change takes effect, but with training, you'll never fail to know when it happens.
The process is to move from one momentarily connected parallel world to another through the holes in membranes which form temporary wormholes between two worlds.
You can't move to the world across the span of countless light-years, but you can quite easily, with the right timing, jump to the world next door.
Right next door. Not the one two worlds over. The world next door. That's the method of movement.
It's rather easy, really. It involves a bit of effort on your part, but think about it; a little effort to move from one world to another. It sounds more than fair, but many folks won't pay even that small price for a change of Beingness.
The movement is easy. You don't have to calculate anything, like sliding membrane systems and such. You merely program Matrix to accept that slide, direct the aim of the SlipStream toward your goal, and Matrix locates the next-nearest PW (Parallel World) to which you will go, making your way slowly toward your goal, which is how you'd rather be spending your day.
Sooner than you can imagine, you'll be spending all your days and all your hours, the way you've always wanted to!
You can't change the world, but you CAN change worlds!
You can't change your life, but you CAN change lifestreams!
See you on Matrix!