It’s About Time

Flat EarthOne of the most useful aspects of living in a three dimensional world, with a forward arrow of time, is that everything doesn’t happen at once.

The gravity that sucks us to the Earth prevents us floating off into space and keeps us, for the most part, on the ground where the air is breathable and the temperature is largely tolerable.

All in all, we live in a controlled environment which is just about ideal for life-as-we-know-it but, just imagine if …

  • What if we could annul the force of gravity?
  • What if we could tap into the future?
  • What if it was all an illusion?
  • What would happen if the ‘rules’ all changed overnight?

Another good couple of questions to ask is why I might even pose the questions above and have I lost my marbles?

Well, over the last few years, I have personally experienced all of the above phenomena:

  • I have fully levitated once and partially levitated on another occasion.
  • I have lost count of the number of ‘future memory’ events I have experienced.
  • I can demonstrate to anyone, either face to face or even over Skype, how to see through the illusion of time.

As an engineer, I have done a considerable amount of [empirical] research into these phenomena and, in some cases, worked out how we can utilise them repeatedly for real world use – all apart from the levitation ‘trick’ as yet that is.

Here’s just a few things we can do when time slackens off a little:

  • Get more done in less linear time.
  • Obtain words we have yet to write.
  • Tune into light bulb moments on demand.
  • Make huge leaps forward in scientific research and discovery.
  • Go back to the point an illness or dis-ease started and heal it in the present.
  • Go to a future point in time when an illness or dis-ease has resolved and heal it in the present.

What’s more these are not imaginary flights of fancy. I use all these techniques daily if not weekly and I know they are not some special gift that only a select few can tap into. The ability to do all of this and intrinsic to us all.

So why blog about this now?

Well, in my efforts to understand all of this, I have researched a fair amount of esoteric literature and connected with some people on the planet at the real cutting-edge of ‘things’. It appears we are on the cusp of a planetary shift not experienced since we “Got The Word”, or self-awareness, a million or so years ago.

It appears things will be changing and that this change won’t be initiated by governments or religions but by a collective raising of our awareness. This shift will be initiated by Us!! The signs and symptoms are all around, like:

  • Collapse of financial systems.
  • Increasing secularity.
  • The attraction of social media.
  • Increasing awareness of issues at a planetary level.
  • Funding from ‘the crowd’ taking over from debt creation (i.e. lending) from the banks.

The Opportunity

As far as I am ‘aware’, very few ‘humans’ had much to do with the last Big Shift when self-awareness became incarnate. This time however, there’s an opportunity to get involved to both experience it and have a hand in where it leads. For a few thousand years now, humans have perhaps possessed a unique ability to shape their environment and alter their own evolutionary path. Our increased longevity, in the Western World at least, is a testament to this. Our ability to reach for the stars and look back at our Pale Blue Dot of a planet has given us amazing context for who we are and our place in the Universe.

From various sources, I have come to the conclusion that we are on the brink of a Planetary Ascension. This is the next phase of evolution for Mother Earth, Lady Gaia. At the same time, higher level spiritual intelligence will incarnate in us (and other life forms). In the same way, “pre-word” our ancestors could not imagine sharing internal thoughts in the form of spoken word, this will lead to a whole new set of experiences and different-abilities for us.

A Clarion Call !!

So how do you get to play with what’s about to unfold?

For rapid preparation and immersion into the delights of the forthcoming ‘dimensional shift’, I have created a self-paced, self-study course called Living Timefully

It is delivered to your In Box over a period of 10 weeks and delivers all these benefits :

  • You will learn how to make your mind go quiet.
  • You will find out how to get more done in less time.
  • You will know how to tap into future memories.
  • You will realise how time really is an illusion, albeit a pervasive one.
  • You will invite serendipity into your life.

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Where Does the Time Go?

Time RunningHow many times do we get to the end of a day and wonder where the time went?

Despite our best intent, our To Do List appears to have grown longer, not shorter.

How can we begin to control the flow of time?

Well most time management techniques use goal setting, prioritization and management of interruption as their basis. These principles are laudable and useful but there is something else we can do which is much more powerful and that’s to take better control of our own personal time machine – our mind.

1. Many people are only 33% efficient

A clue to where some the time goes lies in an often over-looked aspect of our consciousness. The normal human mind is only capable of experiencing one thought at a time. Just think about what you are thinking right now and notice how what you are thinking about gets replaced by a new thought. You may need to think about that!

In a normal day, our thoughts often wander. We might think about what we are doing in the future, like what we’re having for supper or rehearsing a speech. We might dwell on the past and repeat a conversation that we wish had gone better. When we mull over the past or fret about the future, this has the result of disrupting our efficiency in the Now.

Time Tip #1 : when thoughts of the past or the future pop along, just ask them politely to go away and come back when you are ready to deal with them. A thought cannot resist being thought about and will vaporise when we ’talk to it’ in this manner.

2. Slowing Down is the New Speeding Up

Before I started meditating in my mid-40’s, I thought it was a waste of time. I was far too busy to fritter away even 10 minutes a day and there was no way I could make my active mind go quiet.

Nowadays I know that if I miss out on some form of daily meditative practice, I have a worse day. I am less able to make wise decisions and I miss spotting serendipities.

Time Tip #2 : make sure you take at least 10 minutes of ‘me time’ each day, even if it’s going for a walk in the park. Guard this time with passion and note it’s reckoned that meditation extends our longevity by reducing stress and fostering good health. This will give us more time!

3. Being In Two Minds

It’s an urban myth our left brain is logical and our right brain is creative. A closer analogy, for most people, is that our left brain sits inside space and time and our right brain sits everywhere and ‘everywhen’ else. Both experience the flow of time in different ways.

Something magical happens when we get both sides of our brain working on the same thing at the same time. Time takes on an ethereal quality and stretches out. Good examples of whole brain tasks are doodling and mind mapping. When we enter this Whole Brain mode, we also seem to emit an Intention Field which prevents interruptions coming our way.

Time Tip #3 : before embarking on any creative task, hold your left nostril closed with your index finger and breathe through the right nostril five times. Then close the right nostril and breathe through the left five times. Repeat as necessary.

4. Create a To Love List

The To Do List can become a weight around our necks, dragging us down and backwards. They can contain a mix of things we want to do and things we feel we ought to do. They may also contain tasks we do out of habit.

Time Tip #4 : go through your To Do List and make two columns on a separate bit of paper. Label the first column as a To Love List and transfer over all the things on your To Do List that you love to do, in the order of those you would like to do first.

In the second column, labelled To Don’t List, add all the other tasks. Next what you do is go through all the tasks on the To Don’t List and either delegate them or delete them. Optionally, you can also think about what would have to change so you could love doing them instead and then move them over into the first column.

When we combine these four tips together, our days begin to take on a magical quality. As they are all free to do and simple to try, what do you have to lose but even more time if you don’t give them a test drive?

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