Imagine this. For every decision that you have ever had to make in your life, there is a parallel universe for each option you had to choose. These universes would explore the “path not chosen.” Your conscious mind only sticks to the “universe” where you made the decision that ends up being the best for you in the end.
I’m not saying that there are an infinite number of universes out there with a clone of each of us in it, what I’m trying to get at is this: These “universes” are just a part of our subconscious mind. When making a decision, our mind visits both universes and lives them out to our death in the blink of an eye. The decision that we make, is a result of this instantaneous thought process. The decision that we make as a result of this, is the decision that ends up working out for the best for us in the end, even though we might regret the decision for days, or even years.
One of the main functions of dreams is to explore the “What Ifs.” If you think about it, these dreams are just a glimpse of the other “universes.” Déjà Vu, the feeling that you’ve been somewhere before, is also just a glimpse of a “parallel universe.” You feel that you have been there before, because in a different life, you have.
If you believe in Religion, or God, you could say that before you were born, God lived out all these “universes” for you, and chose the one that was best for you, therefore the Dreams and Déjà Vu section above still applies to this. It’s just a glimpse of another path that God had set out for you.
I guess this is just another explanation of faith or destiny. Either way, I’m just having a bit of fun, trying to fuck with your mind, so don’t take it too seriously.
What I’m trying to say the most though, is to have no regrets. What has happened, has happened. What is done, is done. You can’t change it, and maybe thats because the decision that you made was the right one, but you just can’t see it yet.
I don’t know about you, but I believe that every decision we make is the right one. Although it may not seem like it, I think that one day we will all look back on it and say “You know, in the end, that decision has made me who I am today.”
Never regret the decisions you make. Eventually, you will appreciate them.
Nacho Man Celli