- The takeaway from this week’s episode is … time is the only thing you have.
- Here’s what this will do for you … you will learn to value your time more than anything else.
- Here’s what I want you to do with it … budget your time like you would if it were money.
Time is not a commodity. It is a precious gift given to you a little at a time.
The problem with time is that you only get to spend it a moment at a time. In each moment you choose to change or be the same, to be productive or lazy, to give or to take, to be loving or selfish.
People imagine long-term plans and goals, but neglect doing something in the moment to realize them. Even stopping for a moment to visualize or to review how realistic the future goal would be is a step toward achieving it. This is when we can reach you, adding clarity to your present moment contemplations.
You must learn to control your time moment-to-moment and not let time or deadlines control you.
Before, everything was based on time; like how fast you ran, how long before the next round of bills were due, and how much more time do you have to accomplish your goal.
Now, mankind is entering a new level of consciousness when they will look at time … not as restrictive but empowering. You will find yourself saying, “You mean I have all this time now to do what I really love?” … or, “Time no longer scares me because I’m no longer ruled by lack. Instead, I have more “present moments” so I can evolve in this life while making a difference.”
This new awakening will help humanity make this leap in consciousness.
But until mankind stops allowing time to control them and push them around will they actually understand this. Fighting against something that you believe is harming you is not using your time – it’s your time using you, rooted in something you fear. Stop and accept what is happening as part of the perfect plan. Then write down what that is. Review it … a day, a week, or even a month later. This is how you will see your situation for what it really is, and accept it, so you are capable of doing what it takes to make sound changes to your situation.
You can’t change the external forces pressing on you but you can position yourself, so they stop stealing your precious time. The trick is being able to string the moments together into a life that you can be proud of. Writing down those unusual moment to moment glimpses will be the advantage that you use to harness your time. That is also the secret of personal development – how to improve with each moment, gaining clarity of what life is about in that moment. Living to love and learn in the next moment.
That is why you cannot ever let the past dominate your present moment or be fearful of the future causing you to freeze up in the present moment, as both will cause you to waste the moment. People freeze up in the moment and can’t make a decision because they feel powerless when they see all the injustices in the world affecting them.
Damage from the past and fear of the future can only be overcome by people accepting and controlling their moments. That’s when change happens in an instant and brings opportunities to the subsequent moments.
Learn to take care of the moments and life will take care of itself.
CALL TO ACTION:
- Take control of your time moment-by-moment to develop and improve your life.
- Start writing down what the present moments are showing you, so you can see the present picture and its opportunities.
- Next, take a look at something you want to change or improve and do something right now, immediately, moving you toward that goal.
HOW IT WORKS: Thinking you don’t have enough time is what it feels like when you are burning through your present moments – a consequence of not being conscious. You can’t game time, like some kind of commodity, hoping to “win” back what you lost. Time is the only asset you have that you cannot hoard or use all at once, like money, food, or physical possessions. Time is delved out in the same exact portions to everyone. Time cannot be bought or sold. Your time can only be used by you. If you agree to exchange it for getting paid, then that’s called a job. Reclaim your gift of time or the time you have left after exchanging some of it for payment. Use the rest of your time to do what you love, and the world will love you in return for doing it. That’s when time IS on your side. ~ Linda Deir