The Dimensional Shift and the Perception of Time

At present, we are at a point in a dimensional shift where we perceive time as accelerating.  In the first part of 2010, it feels like a 24 hour day has been reduced almost to a 12 hour day.

Each person has a different sense and perception of time depending upon a number of cognitive, emotional, and spiritual factors.  However, for those awakening to and becoming more aware of a shift in consciousness and energy, there is a basic universal feeling of time speeding up.  It is like before the day begins, it is over.  Months pass like weeks, years like months.

There is a paradox of time speeding up and time slowing down.  It feels like I can accomplish twice as much in half the time, but with four times as much to accomplish.  Thus, the feeling that time is moving too fast. 

The only way to proceed is to continually place awareness within the heart consciousness which is always in the present moment.  In our higher awareness, we have a deeper trust of being guided moment by moment by Spirit as we still must organize 3D activity.

For those persons most sensitive, a beginning shift in the human consciousness of time could be felt around 1987-88.  For many, the sense began in the early 1990s.  In the late 90’s and early in the new millenium, more people were becoming conscious of a changing awareness of time. 

This general awareness was fairly steady until 2008 when the sense of a progressive acceleration started to be felt.  Throughout 2009 and 2010, the acceleration seems to moving exponentially.

As we approach a shift to a 4th and 5th dimensional consciousness, time will be radically different from our current mind’s experience in 3D.  Time as we know it three dimensionally will no longer exist.  There will be no time.  Jose Arguelles in his work on the Mayan Calendar and time describes this as 4D synchronic time.

As we continue to move to a no time state of human consciousness in a 4th and 5th dimension on earth, our 3D perception of time will only continue to accelerate as we shift consciousness into our multidimensional nature.

3 Replies to “The Dimensional Shift and the Perception of Time”

  1. In my e-book at is a chapter “A divine formula?”

    Albert Einstein revolutionized physics in 1905 with his Special Theory of Relativity. His formula, E=mc^2, states that energy equals mass at the speed of light squared. The speed of all light is 186,262 miles per second. That means all particles of matter, e.g. atoms, contain vast potential energy, e.g. one gram can produce 25 million kWh of electricity: the foundation for developing nuclear power.

    Perhaps we can reinterpret, and adjust, that formula to help us to better understand the relationships between divine Essence, matter and consciousness: E=mc^f(x). Unlike the speed of light, which is a constant, there are now no exact measurements for consciousness. In this hypothetical formula, basic consciousness may be of insects, to the second power of animals and to the third power the rational mind of humans. The fourth power is suprarational consciousness of mystics, when they intuit the divine essence in perceived matter.

    Divine essence might be felt as spiritual energy, an interpretation acceptable to
    many religions and mystics. Matter is the mass, the apparent physical makeup of this Universe. As spiritual awareness, suprarational consciousness could figuratively be “seeing the light” or, more literally, penetrating the cloud of ignorance that prevents people from realizing the divine. Some mystics speak of awareness of a divine light; Einstein himself said that the “most beautiful and profound emotion we can experience is the sensation of the mystical.”

    Note: The fifth power of consciousness may be samadhi, satori, etc.

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  2. I was introduced to mysticism in 1959 by Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar, Nobel physicist at the University of Chicago’s Yerkes Observatory.

    I’ve looked back at your blog entries through 2007 and plan to read them more carefully. Although I’ve read 180 books on mysticism in the five major religions and met 19 true mystics in 12 countries, your approach is probably the closest to mine. There is no “one true way”; each person must find what is right for them.

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