The Illusion of Time: A stubbornly persistent one!

time doesn’t actually exist in the way we might think it does. - See more at:

time doesn’t actually exist in the way we might think it does. - See more at:
time doesn’t actually exist in the way we might think it does. - See more at:
time doesn’t actually exist in the way we might think it does. - See more at:
time doesn’t actually exist in the way we might think it does. - See more at:
Time doesn't exist in the way that we think it does. It is a wave that we ride as we surf throughout our life experiences.I  find that the question I am most often asked from clients during an astrology or intuitive reading session is “what timing do you get for this or that to occur?” "When will it happen?" I also notice that so many of us, myself included, get hung up believing that certain things have to happen by a certain time.  Many people feel that they have to buy their first house by a certain age, get married before they reach some imagined magic number that equates to being “over the hill” or squeeze as much into their day as possible so they will have TIME to relax in the evening.
Time is measured in the past as a memory.  We measure time in the future as a projection of where we should be and what we have to accomplish but we all seem to miss out on the present moment which is immeasurable, the pure moment of streaming your vibration into sync with the flow of the Universe.  This is where the synchronicities that help loop you into the natural rhythm of your existence occur if you allow yourself not to miss out on them by dictating and fixating on specific dates and times.

Time is an illusion.  It is possible to feel old when you are young and young when you are old.  Too often we may find ourselves doing things because we are busy watching a clock or calendar instead of following the flow of the Universe which will bring you to where you have to be when your vibration links into the stream of events that are for your highest good.

The White Rabbit is a character in Alice in Wonderland, the famous tale by Lewis Carroll. His infamous words, "I'm late! I'm late! For a very important date! No time to say hello, goodbye! I'm late, I'm late, I'm late!" have become a mantra for those of us who are consumed by worry about time because we focus on time measured by hours and clocks.

Our spirit has another concept of time that is linked into the wonder and experience of synchronicities, the unexpected happenings, the surprises and nuances of life that come about when we don’t plan the hell out of our day.  Don’t get me wrong.  It is good to have some semblance of order to your life but things do not have to happen by a certain day, month or year.  Be open to letting things fall into place by not over working or forcing things to come about because you are afraid of being judged by others and what they may think of your life’s accomplishments. We make mistakes when we get too caught up on time. The important things, like the unexpected visitor that brighten your day or the unanticipated delay that may have helped you avoid an accident are all but forgotten in our race against the clock. The White Rabbit in Alice in Wonderland very profoundly said in the midst of rushing about to and fro in a frenzy,”the hurrier I go, the behinder I get“.  This quote sums up how we get in our own way when we begin to TIME stamp our life instead of letting things unfold when they are ready to hatch.

The Universe works in a rhythm that cannot be planned, manipulated, or watched.  If we live in a world like White Rabbit's where it's important to meet deadlines, reach certain goals by a specified age marker and even pencil in TIME for our family and close friends we limit ourselves and get trapped in the illusion of time.  We create TIME boundaries along with encouraging stress in our life and we all know that stress is the precursor to disease, the dis-ease with what we are allowing to happen in our life. Slow down and get in the flow.  People who seem to have the most magical type of life are the ones who know to let go of the clock and the matrix of hours, minutes and seconds. This may be hard to do because we live in a world that still has the veil of time hovering over us. Once we let the veil be lifted we will see how TIME was the illusion that kept us trapped and limited.  Transcending the limits of time allows you to shift into other dimensions the way you shift gears on a car.  Unlimited experiences await you if you put the clock down and stop watching the calendar

Time in relation to our spirit is different than White Rabbit’s concept of time. White Rabbit is a perfect example of how we should not  be as we race to beat the clock. Once you stay in the moment, which is immeasurable, you will experience the psychic, or life manifesting abilities of the nature of your spirit. The word psychic actually comes from the Greek word, psukhikos, which means of the soul or life

I love this quote by Albert Einstein” "People like us who believe in physics know that the distinction between the present and the future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion.” 

Time is a personal perception for everyone. Time flows from the unknown future to the fleeting moments of the present and is logged in memories of the past. We create our personal concept of time by merging consciousness, memories, and anticipated perceptions. I prefer to believe that we live in a rhythm with life instead of a time controlled box. Look at the ease with which massive planets, stars and galaxies move through space with zero resistance. They are in motion with creation, experiencing, death and rebirth.  The perpetual life cycle of the spirit is energy in motion, always evolving and morphing to the unfolding magic of the Universe. Enjoy the motion of the  moment as it moves you on to your next life experience. 

For further information on how adjust to your spirit's concept of time and timing read The Book of Transformation: Open Yourself to Psychic Evolution, the Rebirth of the World, and the Empowering Shift Pioneered by the Indigos available in paperback, kindle, and nook

Time is of your own making. ~Angelus Silesius, a German Catholic priest and physician, known as a mystic and religious poet.



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