When we talk about the idea of different dimensional realities all being Here and Now, the best way to explain this is perhaps in the following ways:
The Radio Analogy
Each and every one of you understands the device that you have upon your planet that you call a radio.
You know that you have a dial on your radio that you can use to tune in to any particular program you desire.
Now, just because your dial is tuned to one program, you do not start thinking that all the other programs cease to exist and go away.
You know that all the other programs are still there,
but you do not get them because you are not tuned into those frequencies.
The Film Strip Analogy
Your reality can be analogized to a roll of film with its many different frames, each and every frame represents a small portion of an overall action.
Now, the characters within each frame only exist within that single frame, and do not experience the next frame.
For the characters in the film to experience any sense of movement, the film must move.
However, to the film projectionist the entire film exists right now, the beginning, the middle and the end.
You can see all the frames at once when looking down on the strip of film, even though the characters on the film must experience their reality one frame at a time.
Physical reality is analogous to the strip of film.
Your higher, non-physical visionary selves are like the projectionist that can see all the frames at once.
All Situations Are Neutral
The idea now will be to also remember the neutrality of all situations.
You could look at any one particular frame on that film and not necessarily understand what is being said or what is going on.
Only from the creation of continuity, from the flow of the film, do you pick up the context.
But each and every situation in life is like one of those frames of film, it does not have any meaning that is apparent on the surface.
The meaning you choose to give it, completely determines
what kind of a story you create from that picture.
The Stage Analogy
The idea is to look at every single situation in your life in the following way: imagine that you are sitting in an auditorium looking at the beginning of a play.
The curtain has just gone up, all the actors are standing still on the stage, all the props are there ready to go.
But, let’s assume you did not read the program.
Let us assume you have heard nothing about the play, so you do not know who these characters are, or what they will do or say.
You have no automatic expectations about them at all.
Now, one of the characters on the stage might be standing off in a corner with a very strong frown on their face.
Because of what some of you have been taught, you might choose to automatically assume, "Oh, well that must be the bad fellow.”
However, some of you might assume, "Well, maybe he is frowning because he is upset at the bad character and he is the good character." The surface appearance tells you nothing.
The whole situation is neutral.
Everything, including the actors, are simply props
and have no built-in meaning.