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What is Time?

What is Time?

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Published by Theresa-Ann
2013 10 09 1st journal, Mayan day 10 Eb / Road (The Bearer of Time)

Abraham Hicks ~ How old is the universe?

Some Strange Things Are Happening To Astronauts Returning To Earth


Video Journal http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RBA5FoZT8aA

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This is something a bit new. I notice a response in me to some videos. Sometimes I set them aside, as food for future links in future journals. As of now I've accumulated quite a list of these. I don't know that it's something that's currently useful. So this is a new experiment, offering a short journal as a response to a particular vid.

That means, of course, you'll need to click over to watch the vid to really understand where I'm coming from, so to speak. Still, if you don't care to do that, I'm sure there will be something for you here, too...
2013 10 09 1st journal, Mayan day 10 Eb / Road (The Bearer of Time)

Abraham Hicks ~ How old is the universe?

Some Strange Things Are Happening To Astronauts Returning To Earth


Video Journal http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RBA5FoZT8aA

Intro:
This is something a bit new. I notice a response in me to some videos. Sometimes I set them aside, as food for future links in future journals. As of now I've accumulated quite a list of these. I don't know that it's something that's currently useful. So this is a new experiment, offering a short journal as a response to a particular vid.

That means, of course, you'll need to click over to watch the vid to really understand where I'm coming from, so to speak. Still, if you don't care to do that, I'm sure there will be something for you here, too...

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journal,Mayan day 10 Eb / Road (the bearer of Time, LOL)
What is Time? 
 This is something a bit new. I notice a response in me to somevideos. Sometimes I set them aside, as food for future links infuture journals. As of now I've accumulated quite a list of these. Idon't know that it's something that's currently useful. So this is anew experiment, offering a short journal as a response to aparticular vid. That means, of course, you'll need to click over to watch the vid toreally understand where I'm coming from, so to speak. Still, if youdon't care to do that, I'm sure there will be something for youhere, too. This one is about time. Someone asked Abraham-Hicks how oldthe universe is. The reply is short and sweet, and definitelysomething to chew over a bit. I watched it twice, anyway. It'suseful to help uproot old beliefs. We don't fully get such thingsthe first time as those beliefs are in the way.So, what is time? More accurately, what is time/space, since thetwo can't be considered in isolation. After all, we measuredistance as the time it takes (at whatever speed) to cross space. They co-exist.
 
What is time/space, then? What is a year? And does it haverelevance anywhere but earth in 3D? I suggest that it doesn't –that as long as we take some aspect of celestial mechanics, of planets orbiting suns or the like – that this is only point-specific,i.e., limited to a point in space (earth) at a point in (or stretch of)time – such as while earth and our sun exist in 3D.If we were a space-faring race, we would have to adopt otherdefinitions. Our definition of a year wouldn't play out well forthose living on Jupiter or somewhere in the Pleiades. This is theresult of taking a mechanical definition for time. It has limitedapplicability.So what is time or time/space? All that we perceive is atranslation of vibration via the bodies we're working with – in thiscase, human ones. This stuff – the stuff of matter – doesn't reallyexist – not as it's conceived of by the mind. It has no solidity, asevery atom is over 99.99999% empty – nothing there. Well,nothing that we can currently perceive via our senses.Nothing at all is what it seems to be – and that's a huge part of thefun of this whole exercise of being present in 3D. Sure, everythingseems a certain way, and it's enough of a sort of joint- orcorporate-hallucination that we can agree on many aspects of it –but not the whole. We just fool ourselves if we think we knowwhat is what, IMHO.So what is a more useful, or at least a more widely applicable timedefinition – one that applies to our brethren elsewhere in theUniverse? Well, what do we all have in common? For now, wecould say these 3D bodies. We certainly wouldn't have ourlocation in common, beting spread out in our locations.We could use the human body to tell time, then. We're alreadyable to decipher the time it takes for all the cells in our body toexpire and renew – 7 years. Sure, it would require that we adopt anew, a very new sort of “clock.” We have to have one thatmeasures the life of our cells. No doubt it can be done, so that's just a technology thing.However, it gives us something in common, so that no matterwhere the body resides in the galaxy or universe – maybe theCosmos – we could have something understandable across all
 
locations. It would make sense, it would translate well to us all. This is a rather large shift in perception, or rather perspective yet I'm sure you're up to it, or you wouldn't be viewing these journals. Make it like science fiction, if you like, in order to bypassthe resistance of mind, which generally prefers its comfort-zone of the (supposedly) known.Okay, let's say we've adapted to this, and it's been working forsome nice stretch of time – the new time, of course. Now, here's anew mind-pretzel for you – what about a definition of time thatalso takes into account incarnations in other forms – otherbiologies? Would this still work? How?First, for those who haven't yet considered something like this, I'dlike to suggest that, as infinite/eternal consciousness, you exist inmore than one form, as more than one race of biological beings.(Hmm – do spirit beings have biology? I suppose not. Oh well ;)What about our amgodiments as Pleiadians, as Arcturians, and soon? How would it work for us-as-them?If you need it, take a moment to adapt to the new idea – to makeroom for the possibility that you exist in other guises anddisguises, not just with human form. Stick to Heart with this, forbest results ;-)Okay, I suggest it would work out just fine, and here's how – Justas we have other clocks, today, telling the time in other zones, wewould have other clocks making the translation for those otherbiological forms. We'd have a Pleiadian, an Arcturian, a Jovianclock, and appropriate algorithms to translate those times into thehuman time. Instead of time zones it would be biological-time“zones.”As long as beings had a biology made up of cells or somethingclosely akin to that – something that dies and regenerates orrenews – this definition of time would be functional, at least. It'susefulness wouldn't likely have a way to extend into those “forms”we adopt that are more etherial – more like spirit than matter – butthat's fine. I suspect that, for those “forms,” time would beperceived so differently that it's probably good that this methodwouldn't translate there.Okay, just a “thought piece,” perhaps – I don't know (IDK). What

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