The Eternal Now And Influence Of Time

Since the beginning of the human concept of “time” humanity has sought to live life based around that fixed and mechanical concept, thereby always thinking in terms of “past”, “present” and “future” rather than Now, which, which, in reality, Is All That Is.

When a person thinks in the future tense, for example “ I will”, “I want”, “I could” then the Subjective Mind being influenced by those thoughts will be influenced, accordingly, with the perceived future never actually arriving. So if someone thinks, says or behaves in a manner that implies “I want”, then that person is placing themselves into a perpetual state of “wanting” but never of actually receiving. The vast majority of the human race today exists to some extent in a state of such wanting, while never being in a state of Mind, to receive that which they “want”.

So what is the Eternal Now?

“I want” is a totally erroneous concept because we already have, within us, All That Is at the Eternal Now.

It is not enough to only recognize these fundamental Universal Principles only when we desire something or when there is a situation that demands. It should always be the intention to live life completely in accordance with these immutable Universal Principles Those who do live their lives, either consciously or subconsciously according to Universal Principles will seem to others to live a “charmed”, “lucky”, “fortunate” existence, when in reality they are truly living a magical life, always in total control over their own individual Experience, and always in a higher degree of harmony with the Universe compared to those less notionally “charmed”, “lucky” or “fortunate” family, friends and others around them.

Rather than thinking random thoughts, all of which will have their corresponding effects whether observable or not, start to become fully aware of how, what and why thoughts are as they are. If not desiring a particular effect, then we should not be “thinking” at all. Every thought has a corresponding effect whether the thought is consciously originated or not.

This is where powers of concentration are so valuable. Focussed Intent with sublime Faith, Belief and Feeling are a very powerful combination arising from Concentration, in expressing experience and living that magical life that many can only dream of.

This will be covered in depth s the subject of a further blog post.

Two of the most powerful words that we can possibly think or say are “I Am”.

Therefore the first stage of awareness is to always stop thoughts short of a statement that implies the future tense and to transmute it into the present tense.

So “I will” becomes “I am”, “I want” becomes “I have” and “I might” becomes “I do”.

Also keep in Mind that there is absolutely no such concept as “try”. We either Do something in the present Now, or we do not Do anything; “try” simply does not exist except as a concept of a person wishing to achieve something.

To “try” is to abrogate power to the extremely limited sphere of the consciousness Mind, instead of trusting the Infinite of Subjective Mind Power through Source within.

“I want to feel well” should not be allowed to proceed as a thought and should be immediately become “I am feeling so well”. This takes the reality of feeling well from some point in the perceived future that never arrives, to actually feeling well in the Eternal Now.

Similarly, if a bill needs paying and the belief is that money, another human construct in not there, to pay the bill, never think in terms of “I want the money to pay this bill”, but rather “I now have the money to pay all bills effortlessly”.

Bringing this statement into the present tense rather than a future implication of lack will cause the means by which the bill can be paid to manifest into your Experience.

Always keep in Mind that the Universe always delivers in absolute accordance with Thoughts, Feelings and Belief – whether conscious or not – there are no exceptions to these Divine Universal Principles.

So in summary, always think in terms of the present tense, and always remember those words “I Am”, using them all the time in the context of the reality you wish to experience.

As previously mentioned, Life Experience through the entire spectrum of what might be considered to be “good” or “bad”, you are solely responsible for through your thoughts, feelings, beliefs and emotions including fears. Never blame others, society, “chance”, circumstance, “luck” or anything else.

Accepting this Truth is to feel liberated, and in a position to take control over experiential reality. Present current experience, no matter “how long” is has persisted is irrelevant. Experience in this Moment can be changed in this Moment

There is only Experience, and that Experience requires no thought or effort. If you think about achieving something you will fail to achieve it.

Consider the words of the great mystic, messenger, and healer who came to be known as “jesus”

And which of you with taking thought can add to his stature one cubit?
~ Luke 12:24-5

What did he mean?

Well quite simply that thinking about something, or worrying about something, will add absolutely nothing to your situation – your Experience, and indeed your Experience will soon reflect that which you fear and think about the most.

However dire your the present situation seems to be, it is an illusion – a transient thought form. Dwelling on that transient illusion you make it seem even more real and the situation can quickly escalate, feeding upon itself. The Only solution is to ignore what your physical senses are telling you, know what you truly desire, and thing, act, know that it is True Now, with Sublime Faith in the Eternal Noiw.

I will conclude with this most appropriate and wonderful verse written around 1700 years ago in Sanskrit:

Look to this day
For it is Life, the very life of Life.
In Its brief course lie all the verities and realities of your existence;
The bliss of growth;
The glory of action;
The splendor of beauty;
For yesterday is but a dream,
And tomorrow is only a vision:
But today well lived makes every
yesterday a dream of happiness,
and every tomorrow a vision of hope.
Look well, therefore, to This Day!

~ Invocation of the Dawn – Kalidasa.
In Sanskrit, circa 4th – 5th century CE

And So It Is.

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