On the heels of last week's budding love affair with Einstein, this week's blog finds me deeply interested in the idea of making time.
In Gay Hendrick's book, "The Big Leap", the idea of "Einstein Time" is made understandable and usable in real life. This week I have been exploring the practice of "making time" as the author suggests stating "we are where time comes from". This idea is not foreign to me, as I have been working in the shamanic realm for some time now and have become a friend to timelessness.
I bring this idea to you today to assist you in the "I don't have enough time" problem from which most of us seem to suffer from time to time, pun totally intended. When our busy modern lives seem to take on their own pace, we can being to feel like we are chasing behind just trying to keep up. This is where a new mindset and understanding can create incredible change in your life.
The next time you say to yourself "I'm running late" or, "I don't have enough time," choose to change your mode of perception. Create an intention of staying centered and grounded that is non-negotiable in your life, and refuse to rush. In this instant you are brought to the present moment and the door to time mastery. In keeping with this mode you allow yourself to be the maker of time rather then the chaser, which puts you in the driver's seat of your life.