Time Travel

February 18, 2009 by  
Filed under Food for Thought



Consider – time is an illusion.  We didn’t even have clocks until we developed technology.  Less than 1000 years ago, we only knew when it was dawn, noon, and dusk.  Those who could read the stars might have known when it was mid-night (the “mid”dle of the night). 


Time as we experience it was invented during the Industrial Revolution so people could kept working at machines in factories.  Clocks are used to control us.  Measured time became a trap.


Isn’t it “time” to release ourselves from the trap we created? 


Some years ago, I stopped wearing a watch.  I realized that I didn’t need one to be where I was supposed to be at the “perfect” time.


One of my clients said to me one day, “I have perfect timing.”  She said it with complete certainty, like it was an indisputable fact of her life.  This stopped my brain, and I went into “no time” for a moment.


I believe we all have perfect timing.  We are each doing exactly what we are supposed to be doing at the moment we are supposed to be doing it.  If there are external consequences, we created them by our limiting beliefs.


How do you allow “time” to control your life?  Do you want to change your relationship with “time.”


~ Sit comfortably in a chair.

~ Close your eyes.

~ Take some deep breaths.

~ Allow yourself to float down into your heart center into a comfortable seat.

~ Invite “Time” to come and sit across from you in your heart center.

~ What does “Time” look like? 

~ Ask “Time” some questions:

~ What wisdom do you want to share with me?

~ What can you tell me about my relationship with you?

~ What limiting belief do I have about you that interfers with my life?

~ What expansive belief can I adopt to change our relationship?

~ How can you and I create a more relaxing and comfortable relationship?

~ How can you and I become partners working together for my highest good?

~ Thank “Time” for sharing this information with you.

~ Return to the present moment.


We are each in charge of our relationship with time.  Take back your power by creating a new relationship, one that serves you better.