Well I have to say again, universe uses everything, there is no black and white, and some of the “Programming” on Television these days seems to be bent on reprogramming so to speak.

Given the burgeoning police state around the world there are dozens of Cop shows , and shows about lawyers that seem to try and drill in the notion that we all need to be good little slaves and that the average white male is the biggest threat to modern civilization, it’s so obvious its laughable.

But there are also a lot of programs that seem to be exploring and expanding the imagination by leaving behind the concept of a linear reality and embracing the multi dimensional reality, or parallel universe concept.

Granted the character in the new series Awake is a police detective , but the 45 minute pilot did peek my curiosity a bit . It was something that hit home with me , an experience perhaps many of us have had.

The detective character in this program is consciously livingĀ 2 nearly identical lives, in both lives, he was in an automobile accident , in one reality his son diesĀ  in the accident, in the other his wife dies.

He can’t distinguish one life from the other , they both seem real to him, which baffle his therapists.

More and more we see this theme played out in programming these days , where there is either a parallel reality in the plot , or in some cases multiple parallel realities, think Fringe , sometimes I can’t keep track of everyone’s alternate.

When watching these shows you have to quit thinking in a single linear, single reality, perspective, other wise it gets confusing , one could argue it forces the viewer to let go of linear thinking, which is a good thing, see some programming is good, as long as your conscious of it.

We are multi dimensional beings, we can and do experience different versions of our life here and elsewhere , it all gets played out , and as usual , art is imitating life, we see it everywhere.


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