Meditation

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What is time?

I sat in on the first day of an introductory physics course at a community college last year. The professor asked the class the mind-stretching question “what is time?” After a few ones stumbling over words, nobody in the class could articulate a response to that question. As I was going about my day yesterday, I was pondering this concept of time and an interesting visual came to my mind’s eye and I am going to do my best to translate it into language with intentions of opening this visual concept to the reader of this article.

Time is the dimension that exists to facilitate and allow for the expression of higher-dimensional mental constructs to manifest themselves into the physical world.

Allow me to expand further, I see each of us as the Creator. We are all connected by the universal mind. Our ability to imagine that which has not yet been realized in the physical reality holds the truth of our power as creator beings. The moment at which an idea or concept is conceived, it already exists, and as humans we have created time as a means of measuring the unfolding of the idea or concept into the physical reality. As we ascend in consciousness, we begin to notice the distinction between the realm of the imagination and the realm of the physical blurring via our perception. When we tune ourselves into the one universal moment, the Here and Now, we open our perception to receive the higher frequencies of energy that are ever-present around/within us. All of this is your power and your energy to harness and create with. I will tell you from experience that you will be much more fulfilled when you are co-creating with this power in alignment with your own truth of your heart.

Love & Light & Blessings

Eyes For The Fruits Of Creation

With eyes for the fruits of creation, I see I no longer need lack.

With appreciation of abundance of all things for which I ask.

Rather realities with which I am a vibrational match.

It seems a nonsensical task, yet bears me a fruit of sensational mass.