The relationship between time, consciousness and perceived realities.
As you probably already know, time is a measurement of intervals between events.
It is a 4D construct applied to 3D reality.
In other words, it does not exist outside of our perceived 3D reality.
Why is this distinction important?
Because when information is given to us, and we internalize it as our own in a 3D context, it has effects on our realities that we often do not comprehend.
Time is cyclical. It is perceived in loops.
And of course, it is measured in numbers. Notice how this measurement in numbers always returns to a point of origin, no matter what the number is.
In terms of quantum phenomena, there are ways to visualize cyclical time, such as with electromagnetism.
Cyclical time is also used in methods such as Faraday’s Law of Induction.
Flux densities can also be measured and visualized in time intervals, such as what is studied in particle capacities at places like CERN.
There are also the more focused studies of electromagnetic waves as actual time lines, as in the case of Ondas.
Tom Minderle has explained that linear time means moving from the past into the future in a straight line, like dominoes knocking over dominoes. The result are sequences that move in one direction.
Human beings think we can’t change the past or revisit it, because we live according to linear time. It also means that we think that we do not influence the future outcomes we experience because the future is “predecided” for us.
Minderle said that nonlinear time works like this: “Imagine if you could slow down time. Or time travel to the past. Or position yourself above the line and view the past, present, and future simultaneously.”
If we look at the calculus of quantum wave particle functions, then we can substantiate what Minderle says about nonlinear time.
If we are to consider all of this in terms of the conscious or unconscious decisions we make, in every moment of every day, then we can see how those same decisions affect our realities.
What’s important to glean from these scientific postulates and experiments that can be easily seen and measured, is that there is not just one single path to the realities we experience based on our own decisions.
In other words, we not only create our own realities, but we have tremendous influence on the past and the future.
Another way to put it: We choose and mold paths we take as we experience reality through time, to include the alternates that are created as result of our choices.
Which brings us to our individual roles in timeline creation.
This is the fun part of our exploration of time and what are known as timelines.
A timeline is clinically defined as a display of a list of events in chronological order.
It can also be defined as a path chosen or created as a set of realities.
Let’s return to the infinity symbol, which represents a time loop of realities.
You will notice in this illustration that time is not only cyclical (it is perceived in loops), but that it is directly influenced by our higher or lower vibrational consciousness.
In other words, our conscious awareness (or lack thereof) determines the paths we follow, and the realities we create.
If we perceive our realities as mostly negative, or those which “happen to us” beyond our control, then we are stuck in a time loop of despair and victimhood. This renders us ineffective in terms of taking actions that produce “better” outcomes.
If we perceive our realities as mostly positive, or those which are “created by us”, then we find ourselves experiencing those realities in a different way, and we can transcend that which does not serve us, or others.
This is where narratives play a major role.
We take in and believe in narratives about the world that are external to us, and then we internalize them as stories about ourselves.
Then we reflect back those stories onto the blank canvas that we understand to be “the world”.
We assign emotions to those stories, whether they are “real” or not.
The net results are 7.8 billion or so interpretations of reality, comprised of stories about our ourselves and the world that we might consider to be collective consciousness.
So, if the prescribed narrative of a “great reset” or a “climate disaster” or “the pandemic” predominates our thinking, then there is little if any room for reason based on lived experience.
Even worse, we then do not test our assumptions against an observable reality — a physical reality that only each one of us can experience.
Therefore, we cannot reason our way through complex problems, because we cannot frame those problems properly, nor can we develop solutions to those problems without creating more problems.
This is also where collective intelligence in terms of problem-solving becomes terribly misleading: We default to the same “old” information that gets bounced around in a hivemind capacity in groups such that little positive change occurs.
As this author has explained in other posts, what is collective is not necessarily our own interpretations of reality, nor is it “true” because much of the information that we use to construct these interpretations as stories is not our own.
It is not internal to us, by way of intuition, or the sense(s) we generate physiologically by way of lived experience.
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Let’s apply this further to the perceived world in which we live.
You might have noticed that the manifestations of the narratives described above seem quite surreal.
One can only ask how it is that our monetary system of the last 5000+ years is intended to provide everyone with opportunities, yet only a select few reap the benefits. Or how the political leaders we vote for do the exact opposite of their campaign promises. Or how doctors can prescribe medications to remove certain conditions while creating others. Or how environmentalists demand ecological solutions that actually incur more costs to the natural world.
And so on.
This is because what we innately sense as being right or just or equitable does not comport with the narratives or realities that are spoon fed to us, whether through the media, through science, through memes, through social technologies or through everyday conversation.
We influence each other most often with information that is not our own.
It is important here to accept that “at one time”, we existed on the earth (the natural world) as beings living in quantum time-space.
We were not confined to the limitations of what we currently perceive to be time, and the realities contained within our perceptions of the past, and therefore the future.
In other words, we thought and acted in terms of unlimited possibility, from which we could manifest incredible creations and optimal realities.
This is still the case, just that it is not commonly perceived or internalized as such.
Truth is, our minds often get in the way of our moral imaginations, and this has a profound effect on the timelines we experience as reality.
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So now let’s consider what it means to influence timelines such that we can align with future realities that are desirable, equitable and in balance with nature.
You might begin to see, right now, how powerful you and your information are on the world.
You have an inordinate influence on every outcome in the world, whether you see or not, whether you wish to believe it or not.
Granted, with all of the signaling and distortions we experience with the information that is thrown at us, it can be difficult to imagine other realities.
But make no mistake about it, there is a reason why the world has been designed for us to experience it outside of our own internal capacities: For control by a select few.
And that control — essentially driven by ideas — can be broken down or removed in an instant.
The choice is yours to make and create the realities you want to experience.
Fear is a huge factor in how we influence the perceived world around us.
As this author has also written before, if we can accept that death is merely the expiration of the physical bodies we inhabit, then there is really nothing to fear other than fear itself.
Fear is a concept driven by the programming of the mind which intends to take us further and further away from our moral imaginations.
Alas, you are a sovereign being made by Creation to make the world in the image of Creation experiencing Itself.
In other words, you are a Co-Creator.
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As we individually and collectively break through generations of illusions confined to the container of the mind, we now have an unprecedented opportunity to make the world a respectable representation of the earth (or “urth”), filled with love, respect and unity divinated from our unique expressions of co-created realities.