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How does essence multitask so many lives?

[Excerpt from TT: 2009-09-13]

[Question] I’m curious about how Essences organize concurrents these days, with so many, in terms of ETs, TCs, etc. Seems like a lot of threads to keep untangled, can’t wrap my brain around it. It’s not “normal” in human history to have so many concurrents as we do now, is that right? Confused and curious.

[Michael Entity] The “how” of organizing Concurrents is no less complicated than trying to explain the patterns of branching in a tree that is part of a forest; what you see as PART of the tree is, in fact, what IS the TREE. By this we mean the organization and branching is not complicated to the Tree, nor is the branching out in time and space complicated to Essence.

How Do Concurrent Selves Process Lives?

[Excerpt from TT: 2001-01-18]

[Dewliet] Hi Michael. In a recent session, you referenced a “time” when I had three bodies on this planet simultaneously. I’m wondering “when/where” fragments typically “meet up” with those types of “other selves” to assimilate and process information, and how this process differs from that of information gleaned from parallels. Do we have to “wait” until we reach the Causal plane before we learn what our “other selves” know?

Do concurrents assimilate?

[Excerpt from TT: 2009-12-13]

[Question] Good afternoon Michael; Yesterday evening we were discussing the “close but no cigar” meetings between concurrents. I would like you to elaborate on what occurs when one of your concurrents dies…does the Essence’s other concurrents “pick up” where that one interests, queries, lessons etc “leave off” this lifetime,in other words sort of an assimilation?

Concurrents tend to have a theme

[Excerpt from TT: 2011-05-26]

Personal Question for GLB

[MEntity] There are no “rules” regarding Concurrents, but there is often a theme in the “point” of having multiple bodies on the planet at the same time, gathering experiences from different angles regarding that point/theme.

In this case, every Concurrent appears to either be in the process of observing/studying, or contributing to, a theme regarding the potential for “Global Revelation,” even in the most innocuous of incidents, knowing that there are patterns in place that would eventually prove pivotal.

Concurrents Part 2

[Excerpt from TT: 2009-05-10]

[Geraldine] Hello, Michael. I’ve been reviewing information on concurrent incarnations and would like some additional information about their mechanics–such as: 1) what soul age primarily utilizes them; 2) if one concurrent finishes the IMs in positive pole, does this cause the others to undergo a level change; 3) if one concurrent causes karmic ribbons, does this affect the other concurrents; 4) do concurrents have substantially different overleaves, trues to accomplish, and agreements; 5) do concurrents finish out a round of incarnations before beginning a new round of incarnations or is there a more or less continual launching of a new concurrent as another one dies; and/or, of course, anything you might add to explain how concurrent work.


[Excerpt from TT: 2008-12-14]

[sandy] I would like to ask about concurrents. Do they have identical overleaves? I assume role, casting and age would be the same, is that correct?

[Michael Entity] We will respond to your question after clarifying a differentiation: We clarify because there are three terms we see being used by our students: “simultaneous,” “concurrent,” and “parallel.” Variations of a single incarnation (branching out into “parallels” of dimensions) are usually what we prefer to call “parallel lives.” These share a single starting point. “Concurrent” is used to represent various incarnations of one essence in various dimensions and space, but during the same time frame. Variations of Essence incarnating within a relatively close proximity of time, but in separate starting points, we prefer to refer to as “Concurrents.” While “Simultaneous” lives is often uses interchangeably.