As we transition to 4th Density, we leave linear time behind us and enter into the spiral-shaped time corridor. Those hours your watch is tracking will be irrelevant, my friends; so get ready to accept that time will be different from here on in.
In the 3D world, we had a past, a present and a future. It was so easy to observe the path our desires took from “wish” to “manifestation.”
That linear time also held us in a yoke of powerlessness as we gave it authority to determine our fates. From the 3D perspective, the past was fixed. There were no “redos,” so we had lots of chance for regret (and growth.)
Our future was completely dependent on how hard we worked right now. And then we got to wait…..endlessly…….for our desires to manifest sometime down the road. We watched the clock because the passage of time brought new things. It brought us closer to things we’ve desired, and closer to commitments we’ve put on the calendar. Waiting was a past-time.
Humanity has reached the threshold where, as our solar system speeds through some serious cosmic radiation, we have entered into the area where time no longer holds a death grip on us.
So what does that look like to those of us in physical bodies walking around on Earth? Those who rely on their watches to get somewhere, who schedule things in calendars and have places to be when the Apple Watch says a certain hour?
Well, it doesn’t mean that you shirk your responsibilities.
It does mean that the time you take getting ready, driving there and interacting with people will FEEL different.
Here’s what it can look like for you:
Time could speed up.
Two hours can whiz by and you felt like you just sat down to lunch.
It could slow down.
You could take a nap that felt like a full night’s sleep, yet only 10 minutes passed on the clock. This can include some intense dreams in which days went by.
The calendar can seem like hours gone by rather than days.
You might wonder where the week went, as memories of the daily routine stuff get fuzzy: “Did I brush my teeth this morning, or was that yesterday?”
Contradictory memories of past events.
This one’s my favorite. Think about a recent holiday that you spent with family or friends. Can you remember the details? Are they clear? Or are there questions, such as “did we eat spinach dip or did we have beet salad, because I remember beets but Uncle Jerry hates beets so he wouldn’t have eaten those, and I sat right next to him and he was eating. But I remember asking why he wasn’t at the gathering. Was he there or not? Yes, he was there. No, I don’t think he was…”
These are examples of how you might experience significant changes in measurement and perception of anything related to time. In the last case, the answer is BOTH, because there are many YOU’s, living many lives, and one had Uncle Jerry at the gathering, and another didn’t. That’s you, barreling along the time corridor, revisiting things. Your experiences are found along those ridges like in the photo example below:
So I will give you the answer to the question I know you are going to ask:
“How is anything going to get done if time is no longer constant? My dentist appointment is at 3pm and I am afraid that if I don’t wear my watch, I will lose track of time and be late.”
Here’s where integrity steps in.
You will want to honor the appointment because you made a commitment and you want to follow through with it as a service to the other party. Because keeping your word is important to you.
You’ll look at your day, and remind yourself that you’re learning to follow your inner compass. You’ll make a note that you must be out the door at 2pm; and you’ll know that everything will fall into place for you to fulfill your commitment.
You’ll be prompted by whatever urge or impulse arises to prepare for your appointment, and to be out the door at the specified hour on the clock.
So enjoy that long nap! Let yourself be led a little bit more. Take off the watch and see if things get done by using a different clock: Your Own.
1221 (You are creating your reality. Make it what you want.)
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