Quantum physics asserts there are at least 11 dimensions that define the universe and everything within it. Even if that seems far-fetched to you, time is for sure the 4th, after a point, a line and a plane. Because as a species we are fairly addicted to our physical senses, it is easy to forget this. Balance is probably the closest thing we have to a physical sense of time.
Aristotle, then Galileo and finally Einstein created clarity about how time is relative. What does that mean? Well, when we dream we often have different spacetime experiences – ever taken a nap and felt like you were out for hours when it was actually minutes? Also, people often report that during intense experiences (like a car accident for instance) time slowed down. Finally, when we are having super good times, often we say things like, “where did the time go?” or “time flies when we’re having fun.” Some people can wake up at an exact time without an alarm clock.
This is not an arbitrary thing. Like a woman’s menstruation cycle and the tides are in synch with the moon, like people’s personalities shift with seasons, we constantly experience gravity, electromagnetism, thermodynamics and other cosmic forces on a visceral level. Our bodies are wired to work with them. Our minds are wired to work with them.
Nothing we experience or do happens in a vacuum; every action affects the rest of what goes on whether subtly or obviously.
Music & Time
Most people enjoy music of some sort; our interests reflect our preferences for particular vibrations for whatever reasons, as well as our relationship to time. Music cannot exist without time. Music is vibrational energy. All energy has frequency.
What kinds of music do you like, and why?
Do you know your own natural rhythms? Remember your autonomic nervous system has two main states it tracks – rest and rejuvenation, and fight or flight.
Do you play and manage with the same drive with which you work?
Do all of your friends operate at a similar frequency as you?
How diverse are your experiences?
Use these questions as food for thought, and consider experimenting in the following ways:
- Listen to music sometime while realizing that it reflects your personality and your physiology.
- Listen to music that you generally do not enjoy, and set the intention to learn more about what specifically doesn’t appeal to you. Realize how there is something else in your life that you do like with those qualities. Perhaps those experiences do not come in through your ears.
The Law of Perpetual Transmutation
This SuperLaw tells us that energy is always moving, transmuting, and changing. It takes one form, then another, but it never stands still. Everything we see, hear, taste, touch, or smell is in a constant state of change. In fact, this SuperLaw tells us that change is all there is.
People sometimes say, ‘Let’s wait until the dust settles after all this change before we do anything’ or ‘I just want this change to hurry up and be over so I can get back to normal!’ They don’t understand that change itself is what’s normal!
Every cell in your body is replaced in less than a year. You aren’t even the same physical person you were a year ago. You can go back to your old house or your old town, but it won’t be the same, you won’t be the same, and your relationship with it won’t be the same as it was. In fact, the whole world as we know it is gone the moment we know it!
Futurist Eric Hoffer says, “In times of change, the learners will inherit the earth, while the earned find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists.”
What must you do to learn to embrace and leverage change?
What are you hanging on to in your life and/or your business that no longer serves you?
From JamesRay International High Velocity e-zine, Week 35