Sunday, November 10, 2013


Time as we know it, is an illusion. Let me explain - we usually think of time as having three parts - Past, Present, and Future. The past is a collection of memories that we can't experience, we can only remember it. The future is a mental construct from the present. We can't experience the future until it "becomes" the present. Until then it is a hope, a dream, anxiety or "what if." We can project what the future may be like, but generally we are considerably less accurate than when we remember the past. That leaves us with the ever-changing, expansive, eternal present moment. 

Maybe we created time to try and measure the rate of change in the present, however it is always now and it is the space between all manifestation so you can choose more or less of something. Although the illusionary nature of time is the deep truth in this matter, it's not particularly practical. To be totally in harmony with this truth, you'd need to wear a watch that always said "now". But you'd be late for a lot of appointments and meetings.... So I thought "how I could apply this in a practical manner "- which brought me to the awareness of now. In flux, Denise♥

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