Thyme inquiring about time, because the weigh to measure time appear to job the question of what time is. The clock says almost 7:30 am, but in real time, we seem to be suspended in animation. Our clock ticks are based on the measured vibration of a cesium isotope – nothing that is real to most of the people.
We have been taught to look at scientists for answers to our questions. In reality, these scientists take what the books tell them and attempt to expand upon the profound truths. That the truths are truths are commonly accepted without argument – to the point where the response, well that’s science, is now the excuse for believing.
For instance, let’s look at the translation and rotation of the planet Earth. The third rock from the sun rotates in a period of 24 hours to create what we call a day. Each of us does something with that day, expending our energy in the form of work for money, while then passing on that money to acquire stuff to keep us all working on future days. This does not translate into benefit for us, the people of Gaia.
Supposedly, the planet is moving in space at 67,000 miles per hour. Might we expect a bit of backdraft at that rate? Once again, this rate is a speed denominated over time – but really – is an hour of my time the same as an hour of your time? Whose hour is more expensive? More Useful?
I had somebody get down on me for not laboring with my time while she was laboring on hers. Her assumption of an artificial deadline put pressure upon her to complete a task by a certain future event – and anyone not focused on her task was a waste of space. While I believe that talking with people to earn about them is a good use of time, I got barked at for taking her worker bee off task. The worker bee was a volunteer and I need input from every level to build a system that works for all of us, not just the barking dog.
We all have different perspectives about what we need. Acquiring money to have that choice is nonsense – the money enables the bankster system, not the people who can make anything happen, as long as we apply ourselves to the task of being, not the task of making money. The eight hour work day was a Henry Ford concept for compensating people for their time by wage – work as such is a waste of time for people, great profit for industrialists.
So now, we have people applying pressure to each other to keep up the system of nonsense that is a complete failure for each one of us people. Why? Because we haven’t rejected the learning we did to make us believe in the system. We believe people who tell us that we only have so much time – now is always the current time. You cannot waste time – it always exists in the same form where we are. The future will come to us as another now, one based upon the now we just finished. How do we finish now to get to tomorrow, when tomorrow is always today by the time we get there?
The set-up is key. The initial starting conditions of a task give us the ability to accomplish the task. Tightening a screw is a much easier task when we have used time to get a screwdriver, before we start the task. We could use out fingers, or another tool that doesn’t work as well; the idea of the correct tool saves us time – but that only means we finish the task sooner and can get onto something else.
I like clock time for setting up meetings, yet i think our time experience is based on our vibrational frequency – which has little to do with translation or rotation, but is yet another flow stream of directional movement? What is being directed to move? Us? Gaia? We do not move our body, but it translates in space because the earth moves, yet we cannot feel the movement. No – something in the concept still smells bad. Let’s keep ruminating on time.
namaste’ … doc