The time delay is not a new idea, the concept that our past is as much now as it is our future maybe a startling concept to you, but after you have read this article you might start to get a sense of how the paradox of time does interact with our thinking, and in turn shapes our perception reality.
“All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players: they have their exits and their entrances; and one man in his time plays many parts,” William Shakespeare
Whatever our views of past life regression, reincarnation both bring our current understanding and concept of time under the spot light.
Here’s a snippet of some pioneering research that is creating quite astonishing results. Quantum scientist Robert Lanza claims he has proven that space and time doesn’t exist in the linear fashion we think it does and that death is no more real than life itself.
Also in this BBC documentary the scientist/reporter is blown away by the apparent 6 second delay between our brains decision making and our conscious awareness of it being a choice, and the ramifications it could have for our understanding of space and time.
“The universe doesn’t create life, life creates the universe, and if this is the case the mind itself must be referred to as universal, creating the term The Universal Mind, and not a separation from who we are, but literally who we are.
So literally the next time you pull up to a set of traffic lights stop and see the traffic going by, you have already waited and crossed the lights before you even arrived? Quite mind boggling wouldn’t you say?
What does it mean for us?
Well in essence just maybe our lives are planned out for us? We have a destiny, and by believing our thinking we block our path, we mute our true self, and mostly end up off track playing life through extenuating our egos.
It doesn’t have to be that way, because one thing is clear what you think is NOW, may not be NOW, but the THEN NOW, and when we engage in the THEN NOW, trust me when I say don’t even give it a thought…?
John Jenkinson – GHSC CNHC