What time is it?

clock-face_7-minAs I sit here I think about things to come or what happen yesterday, is this really a good use of time? It was said to me that you need to give it time and patience to be at peace.  Isn’t that what is keeping me from peace. Let me say this differently.

If you had to sit the entire day in front of a clock how often would you really pay attention to anything especially the clock without losing most of the time to thinking of something else. How much time matters how as it pertains to peace.  I have a clock inside me it beats 88 times per minute. Isn’t this where peace is derived from?

How about how I can sit and think about the things I need to let go of?  inside my thought process I keep me from not just the place of peace, but from all things love and it’s variable forms of embracing inside myself to lose nothing but time.  What am I if I am not deeply rooted inside of this body that sustains the illusion of this existence and all forms of existence around me at this moment?  If I make every moment a meditation in being; meaning I remove time and patience from me. Not waiting for something cause wouldn’t that be a thought process that removes me from inside of myself? It will only keep me from peace, it will keep me from feeling anything.

Here is a thought process for you… How much into what I placed here kept you from feeling your own heartbeat from your own presence of being in your body experiencing this form of existence. To much has happened outside you to keep you from yourself? How did that happen? How much longer do you think you will have before you discovery the wealth of love inside you without this very process.

You are free now, not free before, not free in the future, but now.  You are lonely and feel alone. You need to go inside! You are with a partner and are feeling alone. You need to go inside! You can’t give something you never experience yourself. Inside each of us lies the higher capacity to embrace peace. A peace that arrives right now.

I recently spoke to someone who has very vibrant trust issues. Again related to time. Not time as we all keep in the now but in a past moment of pain that keeps them in a cycle of turmoil that keeps them from being it creates a disease in their now and in things to come.  How does one break this cycle. Simply remove time.

Quote: How does this mind pattern operate in your life? Are you always trying to get somewhere other than where you are? Is most of your doing just a means to an end? Is fulfillment always just around the corner or confined to short-lived pleasures, such as sex, food, drink, drugs, or thrills and excitement? Are you always focused on becoming, achieving, and attaining, or alternatively chasing some new thrill or pleasure? Do you believe that if you acquire more things you will become more fulfilled, good enough, or psychologically complete? Are you waiting for a man or woman to give meaning to your life?

In the normal, mind-identified or unenlightened state of consciousness, the power and infinite creative potential that lie concealed in the Now are completely obscured by psychological time. Your life then loses its vibrancy, its freshness, its sense of wonder. The old patterns of thought, emotion, behavior, reaction, and desire are acted out in endless repeat performances, a script in your mind that gives you an identity of sorts but distorts or covers up the reality of the Now. The mind then creates an obsession with the future as an escape from the unsatisfactory present.

Why? what do you get out of this?  Did this strike volumes of cords within you?  Then realize you have the power of your soul in presence to stop this.  You do so Now or not at all!

With love I am sending this and with presence!

8 thoughts on “What time is it?

  1. Thank You! This is so apt for me cause I’ve spent the last 4 yrs waiting for a future that I believed was around the corner but here I am, in the present, as far from “that future” as I was then, perhaps further away, I don’t know … but I’m learning to let it go and allow things to come at their own time & place, what ever they may be.
    In the present today, right now, I realize I’m not even the same person I was 4 yrs ago! So I’ve come into myself, am picking up the pieces & working with them & being in the now., not always easy… but I got nothing to loose, but time…

    1. All things come in the present you just be present to allow them to be embraced. What may seem far away is closer than you allow because of that very thing. Thank you for responding! 😉

          1. I had a co-writer. The novel is coming. It’s tragic, sexy, beautiful. I hope others will think so too. I promise to send you a copy when it’s finally done. 🙂

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