The Wand Position

The Wand Position
Often Used for Magic

Friday, June 29, 2007

Understanding Mother Earth: Time, Part 2

Now last time I began talking about time. To continue briefly; experiential time is a focus of the present moment - so whatever you are doing, you are doing it right then and if you are no longer doing it you are in another point of experience.

This may seem to be a thought - and of course printed in these words it is expressed as exactly that but here is more on it.

When you join together the pieces of Earth experience: who we are, where we're from, why we're here, what we're doing and why, you come to certain conclusions. One of which is that we have not remembered who we are in a conscious manner but there are those who are remembering and there are those who are reminding.

Here is a reminder. When you wake up from any moment of sleep or even a state that has felt like sleep here's what you can notice now in your lives.

You will notice a sense of no time, that means a physical feeling that does not in any way feel associated with a time of day. It doesn't matter whether it's dark outside or light outside. It will feel like a moment that does not bear on our physical frame of reference to time.

To give you another physical experience you will note with this - is that when you open your eyes what is around you will have a watery countenance. This means that it will be as if your eyes were watering but they're not or as if you were under water wearing goggles and looking out at things but you're not under water. This effect of the water is like seeing through the droplets of moisture that are ever present in the air. This is an experience of absolute in the moment.

Absolute in the moment captures a physical feeling where everything is noted. You are actually seeing through the liquid in your eyes and that liquid moment is so much of a measurable countenance that you experience life in that brief moment through that water world effect.

I bring this to your attention because many of you have begun to have this experience and I want you to know that there is nothing wrong with you. It will pass but it is something that happens to you a few times and then - not again.

However, what happens after that is a sense of relaxation about what you must do. What you must do becomes something that establishes for you what is of value in your life and what you can set aside.

We are all experiencing many things in our lives that we really do not have to do. Sometimes they are pleasures, sometimes they are excesses at work or other activities.

These will fall away. You don't have to shove anything away, you will simply notice that the time you spent doing these things is no longer a investment of your moments and that that time spent that way will suddenly free up a great deal of moments that you can do other things. You will notice this because there is suddenly room in your life to do things that you've always wanted to do or needed to do.

You will not lose anything that is important to you, though at one time you may have felt it was. You will instead come into a state in your life where every moment is a gift that is experienced in a new way. It is possible to live more benevolently on Earth, and I am talking around the subject a little bit so you do not have a predisposed mind set as to what the experience will be. Let it develop on its own and look for the clues as I have stated.

Goodlife to you all and goodnight.

2 comments:

Louis said...

Robert,

I've seen some references about spherical time vs linear time. Some say we have moved into spherical time while others say we are about to make this move.

Could you sometime write something about the differences between the two and what the effects of moving into spherical time will have on all brings?

Goodlife.

Robert Shapiro said...

Louis, thank you for your comment and for your very specific questions. I will see if it is possible to elaborate on this or other aspects of time. It may be possible. I'll let you know about that.

Goodlife.