Letting Go of Short Term Memory

"Everything that I need is already here."


As you wake up from your long bout of amnesia, you will naturally let go of the stranglehold of Time.

Your years, months, weeks, days, hours, minutes, and seconds…will collapse into moments. From your human perspective, this may look like you become forgetful.

“Where did I leave my keys?” you might say when you are holding them in your hand.

You are sane; for living in the moment is your natural state.

You are shedding the belief that your world must be governed by a clock.  Linear time is a root assumption, a collective agreement that humanity chose to adopt during your time on Earth. You can override this agreement at any time.

So in the “meantime,” you may experience disorientation as your attention refocuses itself away from past memory, and into the present. This includes your past of 5 minutes ago. You will adjust.

What to do about your keys, then?

From my observation of humans, you benefit from organization.

If everything has a place, then the “forgetful” you will know exactly where to find something when you need it.  Expect some decluttering during the process of organization.

You are releasing the hold that Time–and Things–have on you.  You are learning that you have the capability, the tools, the knowledge, to find a solution in the very moment that it’s needed and not a moment before.  Memory becomes unimportant.

Your forgetfulness is an excellent indication that you are progressing well along your journey.


My love to you from Far Away and Very Near,