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Soul Management: clocktime

We are heavily socially conditioned

beings, but if we stay aware, we can think outside

the box without rocking the social boat.

The notion of time and the linear way we

calculate it is a man-made idea. 

Chronological order according to this

theory makes us old after we are young,

puts undeveloped before developed,

makes being late punishable and

being early admirable.

Native peoples see time as a

dreaming circle in which stars and

seasons show us how we and the

natural world approach death,

but death is a glorious moment of

recognition not something

to shudder about.

We can become obsessed with clock-time

one step after another, convinced about

its irreversibility, living in its tyranny, 

but if we step outside the mind,

beyond the visual field into the invisible,

it is no longer important.

Awareness out in the field requires no

ideas or theories. It is reality and

magic thrives there. 

So, please go beyond all this visual

paraphernalia for a little time each day

and learn to long for the beginning that

physical death will bring to your

personal energy.

It is release,

it is moving on to the next stage

of spiritual evolution. 

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By FlourishWrite Consult

Writer living in Japan.
specialisms: mainstream and alternative health and medical science; well-being; meditation & re-education techniques; healing and herbalism

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