August 2, 2017 6:15 pm

Some people say fate is like destiny, because we cannot change it. I say people who believe that they cannot change fate lack the knowledge and wisdom to understand what life and reality are.

Let us explore the difference between fate and destiny, so that we can come to an understanding of what fate is and if fate is predetermined.

The definition of fate is that you can change it through perseverance and hard work whereas destiny is predetermined; therefore, it cannot be altered.

Is there such a thing as fate or destiny?

To answer this question that concerns the meaning of fate and destiny, I will need to explain to you how the future works.

Through many years of studying spirituality and science (I’m not talking about religion-based spirituality and dogmatic science), I have found many secrets about how reality works, which have allowed me to find answers to some of life’s most fundamental questions about fate. If you want to understand how reality works at the most fundamental levels, read my earlier article titled Understanding the Magic of Nature and Embracing It to Make Life Fun, Happy and Enjoyable Again.

The future is fluid-like, not stone-like. In other words, the future is not written in stone. However, there is an exception. I will explain that exception in the last section of this article.

The past, present and future are all happening simultaneously or at the same time. From our perspective, the past is something that has already happened. The present is something that is happening as you read this article. Like the past, the future is something that has already happened too. However, the future has infinite possibilities, which is why fate is not predetermined. Remember, the past, present and future are all happening at the same time. For you to understand how reality and fate work, you need to understand that the true nature of time is simultaneous.

How is this possible, you may ask? Because time behaves more like an illusion. It can speed up or slow down. More importantly, time is not linear. This is what most modern scientists fail to understand, which is why they have such a hard time understanding how reality and fate work.

Time is not constant

Scientific studies have concluded that when you travel very fast, you age slower. As you approach near the speed of light, the slower you age. This proves that time is not constant. Have you ever had a dramatic experience, such as a car accident, where time slowed down and you see your life flash before your eyes? Time slows down because your senses become hyper-sensitive during a dramatic experience, which allows you to process information faster than normal, causing time to slow down.

It is important to understand that time is not linear but simultaneous. The reason why we experience time in a linear fashion is due to the fact that we have not evolved enough to the point where we can experience time in a simultaneous state. At our current level of evolution, experiencing time in a simultaneous state would be very chaotic to us. We, as human beings, still have a lot of evolving to do. By experiencing time in a linear fashion, it allows us to experience life in a way that we can understand, so that we can evolve and learn how to change our fate.


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This post was written by Nadia Vella