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Time As We Know It
sit upon the precipice of this sacred full moon, the presence
of the moment swirls about me. The
nature of time, again, comes into focus.
But, back to the present moment, standing beneath the grayed sky of clouds under this full blue moon of May, 2007.
to, feeling, how alive, and how present I feel whenever I
am amidst the grandeur of nature, I realize how often I allow, instead,
swirling of time about me. I begin to realize, it may not be that time
speeding up. Rather, we are being asked
to be present. To fully embrace the
fullness of whom we truly are, unlimited beings of immense
power. To be fully present, requires us
to give up our thoughts and stress of distant times, whether past or
future. To be fully present, is to Be Here
the Hindu mystics and Richard Alpert so kindly informed us.
Instead of being present during the day, we wake up, do all there is to do to get ready for the day without really soaking it in, enjoying each moment, embracing it in gratitude, or being fully present. We worry there is not enough time to get ready, and rush about the morning. We drop off the kids, worry about getting to work on time while talking on the cell phone in the middle of traffic with 12,000 or 120,000 others doing roughly the same thing. We go to work, worry about the kids, do something extra we don’t have time for which the boss asks of us, we pick up the kids, worry if the boss is happy with what we did, take the kids to soccer, while talking to our spouse on the pone, then rush to get the dog to the vet in time, while worrying about the dog. We haven’t learned, or been taught well to enjoy each moment, to be in peace, to act in gratitude and harmony. We rush off to pick up the tickets to the concert Sat night, and the flowers for the rehearsal dinner tomorrow night. We rush home with barely time to check e-mails, worry about getting to the rehearsal dinner and what we’re going to wear, and no time to clean up, fix dinner, and be ravenous for the evening. Then we worry about the evening.
simply shifting to being present, to doing what we are able, and
letting go of what we are not, by making simple conscious choices of
mindfulness and happiness, which bring us into unifying harmony with
consciousness, we resolve the dilemma. I
understand it may sound like an immense undertaking, but the reality
is, it is
the easiest. It is the path of least
The Time is Now. The choice is for Each of Us to make. I wish each of you many blessings upon the journey. Enjoy this Time of Meeting Ourselves Again, as the Incas call it! This time, which is upon us, NOW! Many blessings.
Blackburn is a gifted intuitive, teacher, and sound healer,
trained in classical healing and shamanic traditions, and sacred sound
cultures. He teaches internationally, and practices in
©2007 Zacciah Blackburn, this message may be copied and shared as long as it is not altered and the above credit is included. Thank you.
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