Manifest Like a Goddess, Module 25
GOALS FOR THIS MODULE:
Understand the concept of time.
Learn how your perception of time creates more or less linear time.
Practice being in the present moment so you can bend time.
Practice waiting for inspiration before taking action to save time.
Continue aligning and healing the Crown Chakra.
In our third-dimensional reality, we experience linear time. But in all other realities, time is not linear. Time is actually fluid.
Time is a dimension and also a measurement. In 3-D reality, everything looks fixed. However, the time it takes to do anything is lost forever in the past. If you were floating in empty space, you would not have any concept of linear time because linear time does not exist outside of our reality.
Einstein uncovered a hidden connection between space and time. He discovered there is profound link between motion through space and the passage of time. The more you have of one, the less you have of the other.
Space and time are fused together, which makes time an illusion. Time itself moves more slowly for the person who is moving. We move at very slow speeds here on Earth so we hardly notice the small shifts, but they add up.
The faster you move, the slower time appears to move. Science has proven that airline pilots are aging slightly slower because they are constantly traveling at greater speeds. If you traveled at the speed of light, you would age one year while people on the ground age 3.5 years.
By now you might be asking, “Then why does it feel like time flies when you’re having fun?”
Time is based on perception
The difference we see between past, present and future feels real here, but in 5-D reality, all of it is happening at once. All there is, is Now. It is a mind-bending concept, but it doesn’t matter if you completely understand it. You can still use the concept to manifest your desires.
The perceived passage of time has to do with how much we are paying attention to it. If you’re having fun, your attention is focused on what you’re doing an not on time. It goes by without you noticing, in the moment.
Interestingly, even though it feels like time has flown in the moment, when you think back on the event, if feels like it was actually longer, because you have more memories of the event. When you are in the present moment, you’re noticing everything. So, in retrospect, it feels longer.
It also feels like time passes faster as you get older. We measure the passage of time differently as we get older because our perception of time changes. As children, we live in the present moment and as adults, we are constantly thinking of either the past or the future.
When you make it a priority to live in the present moment, you will naturally experience more joy, which is the organic state of the soul. The soul does not care about linear time. It only cares about Now.
You may also notice that if you have a particular amount of time to do something, you will do it. If you have a week to turn in a project, you will take a week to do it. If you have one day, you will take a day to do it. When you have less time to complete something, you give it all of your focus.
It is your focus that creates the bend in time.
Taking it a step further, time will actually bend to your desires and offer you more space to do the things you love, if you allow yourself to Be in the present moment.
Zen Buddhists say to meditate for 20 minutes per day, unless you’re too busy, then you should meditate for an hour a day. The reason for this is because you will gain more time in your life to do what you want when you spend more time in the present moment.
The more you meditate, the more your neural pathways change and create functional connectivity in the brain’s network – integrating the conscious and subconscious as you learn to function in both. This allows you to be in clock time and non-linear time simultaneously. You will find that life becomes more effortless and rich.
What if you had the power to slow down time? Clock time exists outside of us, while non-linear time exists within us. We experience time differently in the moment than what we do retrospectively. If you want to slow time down, fill your days with as many novel and memorable experiences as you can. Learn something new, take a different route to work, brush your teeth with your non-dominant hand. In this case, variety is not only the spice of life, it is the way to become present, and slow down time.
Wait for Inspiration
Once you are in a joy state, you can take action in such a way that time seems to fly, but when you are finished creating, you will see that you have accomplished more in that particular amount of time than you ordinarily do.
When you force action, you spin your wheels and usually have to go back and redo things. Waiting for inspiration will automatically put you in the present moment and you will know exactly what to do. You will find yourself in a state that feels free and open and what you create from that space will be something you can be proud of.
If you can’t wait for inspiration, get as present as you can in what you’re doing. Taking some time for meditation first can help you get there.
When you find yourself inspired to take action, do it immediately – even if it’s writing down an idea. Inspired action tends to sneak up on us when we are not thinking about much, such as when we are driving or in the shower. If you are driving, pull over and record your idea. If you are in the shower, get out immediately and write your idea down. If you don’t, you will surely lose it.
Set aside time to be in nature or simply do nothing. This means put your phone away and go sit outside if the weather permits, or take a bath in candlelight. You must give yourself the space to do nothing. From nothing, everything was created.
Practice your time bending capabilities by choosing any task or activity to accomplish. It can be one you have planned or something entirely creative and spontaneous. Before you begin, eliminate all distractions and simply be in the present moment, focusing only on the task at hand. If you feel pulled in several directions, take 20 minutes to meditate in silence to center yourself before you begin. You want to work with non-linear time while remaining somewhat aware of clock time; aware enough to know what time it is when you begin your task and what time it is when you finish.
Once you’re finished, think about what you have just created. Even if you don’t consider the task creative, what creative aspects came through? How did staying present impact your work?
Did time seem to fly by? How did you feel while you were involved in what you were doing?
Wait one day and reflect on the activity. What details do you recall? If time flew by for you in that moment, does it still feel that way? How much do you recall about the activity?
Now reflect on a recent task that you did which felt as if it took forever in the moment. What do you recall about that? How is it different?
Click below to access the Crown Chakra Meditation. You will need earbuds in order to get the desired effect. Give yourself ample time to listen all the way through and then journal your experiences.
Congratulations on finishing Module 25. Give yourself two weeks for self-discovery based on what you’ve learned. Then, continue on to Module 26.
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