The only reason for time is that everything doesn’t happen all at once ~ Albert Einstein
There’s a tool in our toolbox that we all came “here” with and we all have access to. There’s a ladder lying around somewhere inside the labyrinth of boxes, squares, patterns, emotional addictions and the insanity of doing the same thing over and over even though it doesn’t work. Once we find the ladder it’s a timely process of patience, persistence, and (most importantly) a Heartfelt Intention to make the climb.
There’s no such thing as zero other than in the binary code of the “matrix” or the universal law of duality. Time in the spiritual world doesn’t exist as we perceive it on the earthly plane. Spiritual “time” is relative to our karmic experiences and whether or not we choose to transcend and learn the lessons the universe brings to our attention, the “karmic wheel” if you will. There is no concept in the universe that includes a zero outcome yet we find ourselves, intentionally or otherwise, spending our time going round and round in the cause and effect of duality but the wheel of time never stops turning. We perpetuate our patterns and run from the only person who can provide any kind of white knight rescue… Self. Wherever we go, there we are. In that, we can consider a different perspective in regards to time and the shift in consciousness by saying that “time” is a form of karmic responsibility. This karmic responsibility is there for all of us which is why it’s true that what comes round goes around or why it’s important to do unto others as you would have them do unto you. The karmic wheel is a gift for us to rise above energies and emotion that is hampering our spirit so that we may reach a higher state of grace and abundance withIN. With a little currency, a dose of how the roles work in the human drama, a new perspective on time, and our ladder of transcendence we’re prepared to heal our “karma”.
The New Currency
Heartfelt Intention is the “new black” and an important enough concept that it should be considered as spiritual “currency”. As we climb our ladder we can overcome any obstacle with our Free Will and Heartfelt Intention keeping in mind that wishing harm on another is never coming from the Heart. We can still become awake and aware without losing ourselves in negative emotion. This is prayer, the law of attraction, and emotional imagination playing to positive change and the best possible outcome – the orgasm of Life at its most fulfilling, enlightening, and loving experiences. We cannot climb our ladder of transcendence without it. But, let’s face it, words are words but intention is ALL about emotion. If everything is energy (and it is), we don’t have to spend lifetime upon lifetime playing out the human drama through an unaware individual and collective mind. We are all participating in the dream and we all have a karmic responsibility to each other to begin to dream a new one.
There are common threads throughout time, religion, and culture that suggest there is a shift that must occur at some point in our human history. It’s a state of reaching a point of no return and a realization that we are collectively pressed against a ceiling that must break until we realize that there is no ceiling. When we find the ability to observe the similar experiences that the universe brings to us for Healing we understand that the wheel keeps on turning, regardless of whether or not we’re actively participating. What we resist in terms of karma will ultimately persist in such a way that we can no longer deny what the universe is trying to bring to our attention. The medicine can be a little bitter going down but if we turn our receiver on we find the medicine Heals, it’s up to us what kind of energy we use to confront it . We can decide to see the medicine wheel as a negative experience or as a beautifully expressive renaissance of the heart and spirit. When we have the proper mindset and courage in facing our individual and collective karmic responsibility, we can also begin to see the gift.
The Human Drama
We come into this world with preassigned roles that we’re expected to adapt to and participate in, even if it feels unnatural to our BEing. Our roles are based on gender, social status, race, financial wealth, and goes on and on and on. This has led to a state in society that speaks of judgment, fear, and apathy leaving us missing the entire point of our existence. We tend to judge or deny the issues that we’re fearful of, been taught to avoid, or find distasteful in some way. From there, we create emotional roles for ourselves to feed our “ignorance” (ignoring our own nuances and/or truth) which is just another way of saying we haven’t chosen to learn something yet. The emotional roles in the human drama typically take on the character of either the victim/martyr, the oppressor/antagonist, or the savior/messiah all depending on the relationship. When we take the time to realize that we’ve played all of these roles we can begin to see them for what they are and why we continue to play out our drama on an individual and collective level. It’s like a game of musical chairs in which we deflect or deny the role of “victim” because none of us wants to be the star and victim in our own life story and being a martyr takes a lot of unnecessary energy. The first step in re-writing the play is identifying and nurturing the aspects of ourselves that are wounded in the first place. The key is not creating new roles but looking toward our unity and divinity. In unity, we resonate with the vastness of Love without the need to assign roles, labels, and words to something we have to be open to receive, feel, and experience.
We are all capable of horrific things just as much as we are capable of beauty and love. When we look into the mirror of our relationships and find ourselves unsatisfied we have to take what we find and apply it to Self. For example, if we’ve had a turbulent childhood relationship with a parent and then, for lack of a better blueprint, become the parent you loved to “hate” in the first place. We are taught on a most basic level that it’s unhealthy to express emotion, especially if learned we this in childhood. We’re told to sit still, be quiet, and don’t speak unless spoken to so it becomes a negative experience if we find ourselves longing to express emotion. If we’re taught that emotion is something to be guilty, ashamed, or embarrassed about then we find ourselves resisting our own healthy emotional expression. From there, we begin to feel guilty, ashamed, and embarrassed for feeling our very own emotions. But, we can transcend these roles from a healing place and the vastness of love which doesn’t assign roles and labels of limitation. If we choose to face the fall-out and consequences of the lives and relationships we’ve created we find that mistakes are only that, mis-takes and not failures. We can learn to forgive, let go, and create a brand new blueprint with a foundation of unconditional love as its anchor.
The Wheel of Fortune
Another way of looking at universal “time” would be the karmic wheel of fortune. The medicine wheel, as it’s known in Native American Indian culture, represents a karmic, peaceful balance with the Earth and each other. When we think of “zero point time” we can relate it to transcendence or a graduation of sorts because we’ve worked through a stale, energetic pattern and we have an unwritten, clean slate in which to Create. This doesn’t mean we’re not going to have ups and downs in life rather it means that we can get the difficult times much easier knowing that we will get to the other side as a more complete and happy person.
We tend to look at time as linear with events happening one after the other and this is true. But, time is also a wheel and a cycle. We may not find the exact same events or opportunities because change is constant in the Universe. But, we will find similar opportunities are presented to us so that we may release neuroplastistic forms of behavior which is our patterns and emotional triggers. We tend to get lost thinking we missed this boat or that train leading to feeling like we missed a plethora of other golden opportunities that most surely will never pass this way again. It’s true that our thoughts create things, at first. The very first step is changing the neuropathways in the brain from a negative to a more positive approach about life and all its infinite possibilities. But, the true key to creating and manifesting is through our spiritual and emotional “body”, our energy signature. If we perceive our karmic lessons as punishment we’re completely missing the gift of transcendence.
We can use our ladder to climb our way out of the underworld. The karmic wheel takes us down into the deep so that we can shed our skin and begin to let the light of love shine through our BEing. When we use the wheel to create rather than destroy we find our greater purpose for being here. We can’t be or do great things if we’re still dancing around in the “underworld” expecting our lives to get better with negative emotion which leads to negative experiences. The truth is, the more we have a problem with something or someone, the more we have an opportunity to heal and reach a state of grace.
Letting go of negative emotion is the gift of enlightenment. It doesn’t mean that we won’t have down times or feel negativity. It doesn’t mean we get to escape the pain or the grieving process either, but it does mean that we get through it. We have to understand that when times get tough it’s against universal law for them to stay tough. It’s in the raw, honest emotional truth that we get to the root cause of our pain and trauma. Letting go is hard to describe in words as it’s an emotional unpacking of energy that isn’t in alignment with our higher self and purpose. But, we can decide to release it through a new focus, forgiveness, or (my personal favorite) the healing technique of ho’oponopono. We can make a conscious choice to heal others through the healing of Self as everything starts from withIN and radiates outwards through an energetic expansion. We can decide that we’re sovereign from the pain and negativity of others, even if the energy is specifically directed at your BEing from another. What we find distasteful gives us our greatest opportunity to reach an understanding. We are all on our own path and came here to have different experiences. We can never walk in the shoes of another or expect to have the same reaction to the same circumstances as everyone else. Our diversity and uniqueness is our gift if we can transcend the energy of lack, judgment, hate, abandonment, betrayal, resentment, jealousy, fear and apathy. These emotions open the door to the “underworld” from where our inner demons are birthed and take root. Furthermore, they are ill equipped companions to have on the road to Shambhala. When we release these emotions, we also release our shadow side enabling us to embody more Light, Love, Happiness, Peace, Balance and Abundance. As we climb the ladder out of the underworld we find golden tickets of opportunity lighting our path to a newer, better way. It’s our “time”, moral responsibility, and of the utmost importance to engage in the Gift of Life!
Music to Drive it Home ~ Take Me To Church
Jennifer Deisher is the writer of the Moon Hippie Mystic blog and has been published on several Consciousness and Healing websites including Wake up World and OM Times Magazine.
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This article © The Moon Hippie Mystic. Revised and edited for Wake Up World by Andy Whiteley.