Let’s Bend Some Time!
Welcome to the member video blog that I’m calling “Creating Spiritual Time Loops.” This video is designed to go with the fourth video in the “Forgiveness Fallacies” series, which was about the fallacy of “Forgiveness is a LONG Journey.” We tend to think of forgiveness often as a long journey because we use effort and will power to make it happen. We’re going to force ourselves to forgive this person, to think good thoughts for them, or to move past the pain we’ve had.
But with spiritual healing time is not relevant. Time is a construct that binds us on the earthly realm, but not on the spiritual realm. For our practice today I want to help us begin to break down the concept that we are bound by linear time. Because we are partly physical creatures and partly spiritual creatures, we are the conduit between the spiritual and physical world – which means we can bring in this energy that is not linear.
A New Practice!
I’ve never tried this before, so I’m excited to see how it works. I want to invite you to think of two or three goals that you want to achieve. They may be forgiveness goals, like getting over something that happened in your past or wanting to have a better relationship with someone. But they may be other types of goals – for example, earning a million dollars or bringing success to your business, or taking a wonderful vacation.
As you think of a goal, write it down on a strip of paper. Write at the beginning, “I want this.” At the end of the strip of paper, describe what you’ve accomplished. Then fill in the line in between with all the steps that are necessary to get to the goal – as though you’re creating a timeline. It’s best to physically write this on a sheet of paper in order to accomplish the next step.
Cut out the strip, the timeline you’ve created, and bend it around so the beginning point is touching the end point. That gives us a visual understanding of what is possible from the spiritual world. In the spiritual world we don’t have to take any steps. We can instantaneously be where we want to go. But are you ready for it?
Learning the Lessons and Moving Forward
Look at the steps you have listed between the beginning and the end. Which of them are connected to a lesson you need to learn? Or an area in your life where you need to grow? If you want to make a million dollars but you feel like you’re not worthy of a million dollars, that’s a mindset that you need to work on. If you want to go on vacation but you don’t know where you want to go, you might need to get in touch with your desire.
Consider what steps on this path actually matter, which steps apply to something you have to learn. And ignore the other steps! Anything that focuses on what needs to happen outside yourself is not your concern.
It’s not a lesson. You don’t have to do it. You don’t have to focus on it. You don’t have to figure it out or predict it, or worry about what others need to do. All you have to do is learn your own lessons.
What If There Are No Lessons?
If you have no lessons left to be learned, you can move right away from the beginning to the end. The main thing in your way is probably your ability to relax and receive! Even the lessons we learn are more about releasing and allowing than they are about work and effort. It’s not about making ourselves worthy. It’s about realizing you already are worthy. It seems so simple but it’s so challenging.
We can live the life that we want – not because we’re good enough, smart enough, talented enough. But because we simply are beloved. I’d love to hear how this works out for you. I would love to hear if you discover along the way that you do hit big question marks or resistance, because that’s really helpful. It shows you where you’re not quite healed, where you’re not quite aligned. We can work together on that, and get you aligned so you can move really smoothly from the beginning to the end. Share your thoughts here and I’ll be talking to you soon. Bye!