Time Travel Through the Eternal Now

by debee007

By Melissa Joy Jonsson Guest Writer for Wake Up World   2.20.15

“The only reason for time is so that everything doesn’t happen at once.” ~ Albert Einstein

Time as We Perceive It

Typically, we experience time as linear and unidirectional. We notice our lives through a series of experiences that are marked in our awareness by a seemingly forward progression of time. Whatapparently happened yesterday is considered the past. What may happen tomorrow is considered the future, and what appears to be happening now is considered the present moment. We have been led to believe that we cannot change the past because it is already gone, and some think we cannot impact the future because it is not yet here. Supposedly, all we can truly do is to live in the moment. Live in the now. Interesting enough, by the time we observe the present moment, it is the past and we are already in the future. However, we miss the future as the current now because we are busy noticing the past, which used to be the present. When we really consider time, it’s a fascinating quandary.

To better understand the nature of time, we could explore various theories of quantum physics. Many theories seem contradictory or involve so much math that they are unintelligible even to some physicists. Overall, the consensus about the true nature of time, at this time, is that we do not fully know or understand it. There is a general premise that the arrow of time only moves forward.

Practical Play with Time Travel: Anyone, Anywhere, Anytime

Dropping down into the field of the heart, while also availing ourselves of linear time so that our minds can follow along in a familiar way, gives us access to various torsion fields of information that are encoded as nodal points of experience in our individual fields. These nodal points of experience are often in resonance with, and powered by, much larger morphic fields.

Through the act of observation, which entangles the observer with the observed, we are able to release nodal points of information encoded therein and return them back to pure potential to await further recognition as something different. Time Travel is an awesome way to change our resonance with past experiences or even establish resonance with a future potential to expedite the manifestation process.

While engaging in Time Travel may feel linear, initially, it is not linear, at all. The act of counting to observe time is not what creates a transformation. The change or transformation occurs as we identify the nodal point or torsion field of encoded information, while the act of counting is a construct for knowing where we are as we navigate through the field of consciousness potential.

Play is a key to Time Travel. Time Travel is not about being right or fixing stuff; rather, it is simply about dropping down into the field of the heart and being curious.

Anyone, anywhere, anytime…

  • Drop down: Drop down into the field of the heart.
  • Place intent: You can begin with the Two Point. Choose any two points on or off the body that get your attention. The points can be meaningless and appear random, or you can choose a point in awareness that represent a pattern you are experiencing and a point that represents the desired change.
  • Zero point: Following the two-point connection, think or state out loud your present age or the present age of the person you are playing with. This establishes a zero-point reference for time. It is akin to Dorothy clicking her heels three times and saying, “There’s no place like home, there’s no place like home,” and finding herself home. Home is where the heart is, and stating your present age while dropping into the heart is a useful reference point from which to begin navigating through the limitless playground of consciousness potential.
  • Count back: Beginning with the present age you stated, count backwards in increments of one to five years until you sense, perceive, notice, or feel a shift, either in yourself or with the person you have selected to play with.
  • Let go: Let go of attachment to what the change is supposed to be and to any assumptions around it.
  • Notice: Notice what is different instead of noticing what is the same. Anything you notice is useful. Change is change is change.
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