We can find ourselves rushing around chasing our tails in an increasingly fast pace, high octane environment. We may feel at
times, that we never have enough hours in the day to get every chore or project that requires our attention.
This can cause a considerable stress, as we are humans and not machines. We can feel guilty if we are unable to meet dead lines, think about it, dead lines, perhaps we should be cultivating more life lines, as too many dead lines will take us to an early grave.
We have an allotted time on planet earth and so it is wise to organize our day and make priorities. At the top of our priorities should be our health, without this we are running around on half empty and not of any use to ourselves or those around us.
Time could be said to be an illusion, but meanwhile we have appointments and have to align ourselves with clock time. There are ways you can tame time that may not seem apparent.
If our human vehicle is functioning at it`s optimum level by practicing such things as meditation, chi kung, walking in nature, treating ourselves in some way and realizing that it is an investment in our over all wellbeing.
If we press the pause button, check ourselves internally, let go of the things that are non essential, make priority lists of what needs to be done in a day, and don`t beat ourselves up if we get distracted by whatever may come up. Sometimes things happen in a way that we never planned for and on occasions we are wisest to just go with the flow.
It is said that in certain meditation and chi kung practices that we can access a field which is outside space and time.
There have been many cases where people have been under hypnosis and asked to do a task which is impossible to the rational mind in a few seconds, but whilst under hypnosis the subject felt they had hours.
Perhaps it is possible to orientate in unleashing our dormant potential without being under hypnosis.
If we don`t tame time, then time will tame us. Plant seeds in the form of actions like meditation, like slowing down our walking speed when we can, and eventually our seeds will bear fruit as we cultivate the ability to be fully present where eternity exists. Where there is all the time in the world.