Here is the conversation about Time Travel following watching this movie.
“Did you learn any insights from watching Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure?” John U.K. asked. “There is probably only one that I can recommend, he continued. That is the concept of expecting things to take place in the present and making their preparations in the future. An interesting thought. The important insight from the movie is how you can combine past and future events to produce the present.”
“What the film indicates is that to those who have awareness of the possibilities, it is possible to expect unexpected events or conditions that you have not prepared for in the past, but could in the future to make them retroactive. In other words, you can make the present possible by work done in the future.”
“For example; suppose you are having a difficult time with a specific concept and you wish to meditate to receive help upon it. At some future time when your abilities are more perfected, then it is possible to project a command to your self in the past clarifying the principle during your meditation.”
“If I asked you to meditate upon this concept of future helping the present with the full expectation that you would receive help from your future self through command projection to this present moment from the future, would you feel comfortable with the idea enough to give it full faith and credit?” John U.K. asked.
"Wouldn’t you say something like, what if I forget? What if I never master this command projection technique? What if I don’t project? What if I get hit by meteorites and die and can not accomplish this? And these thoughts would come simply because of the lack of experience with the system working."
"However, you have much more confidence in the past. The thought of “what if I forget to do it” is irrelevant because you haven’t done it and command projection is not important and you are performing a regression in the present terms. Most people in general find that help from the past is more reliable. Not because it is more reliable, but because they think it is more reliable."
"However, when you realize you really do create your reality, you can understand that by visualizing and internalizing the concept of the future to help you in the present situations, this may become a useful tool. However, it does not work in crisis situations such as on tests. So you still have to study." (John U.K. then laughed)
"It is better practice to prepare before need than to rely on after the fact preparations."