Releasing markers of time
We use our perception of 3D reality as a marker and an anchor within time. The way we interact in the world, the work we undertake, our routines and stories, people, places and events, are all used by our consciousness as “pegs” or “markers” of time. What keeps us locked in 3D linear time is not the markers themselves, but our attachment to them. They keep us feeling safe within our contained perception of time.
We use the story lines and dramas and excitements and tragedies to keep us engaged in 3D dualistic linear time and dropping attachment to them means dropping the fear of existing outside of time. We’ve been programmed to be terrified of this. It’s as if we’re afraid we’ll “float away” without it.
Release the fear of existing beyond the timeline. People, events, places and stories. Again, it’s not those things that lock us into linear time, but the investment and attachment to those “markers” that keep us contained. This is not a value judgment either, as our consciousness will not allow us to perceive what we instinctively feel we can’t handle. But we seek understanding even when we don’t quite comprehend the questions that we are trying to ask.
Empaths are particularly good at keeping themselves locked into 3D reality by running the energy of the collective through their emotional/ etheric bodies and staying invested in the collective story by feeling it on such deep and profound levels. In a sense creating a choice to feel the wounds of humanity in their cells.
But at some point we’ve had enough of this. It’s energetically too much to carry, and so after observing and clearing our patterns that keep us locked into the collective, (ie the reasons why we take on collective energy as a personal experience), the last frontier becomes releasing the mindgate of time. Without an investment in the story, who would you be? And how would you sense the passage of time? What would keep you attached to 3D reality? Are you afraid of letting it go?
Enjoy the passage of time without the attachment to it. And if you’re not sure that you’re “doing it right”, assess when you are attached to an outcome within a perceived timeframe. You can aim for an outcome within a timeframe, but the attachment is what locks in 3D time.
When people are in fear of existing outside of time they try to control time, and also assert control of time on others. Industry has created the assertion of time on its employees as a means of control. When we are afraid of existing outside of this marking of time, we allow others to play the “jail warden” because they keep us in check. This being said, you can still choose to work a “9 to 5” and exist beyond the perception of time as a marker. However, you will probably be less inclined to participate as you’ll feel the desire to create in a way that doesn’t rouse a feeling of being “hemmed into time”. By dropping the compulsion to dive off the deep end, and believing that you can bridge your perception of different realities, change becomes easier and less traumatic to integrate.
Having fun and being creative takes us out of linear time. Music, art, anything where we can enjoy our expression or joyful activity will make time fly. That’s why people always say “do what you love and never work a day in your life”. It’s a reminder of our true self which is beyond time.
We can allow our physical body to interact in 3D reality, while our mental and emotional bodies can perceive and sense linear time, without fearing the detachment from it. A little exercise is to work with the following affirmations and observe what comes up for you. If you sense resistance or fear in your body, then you could possibly be holding belief systems that block you from releasing your attachment to time markers. Have a play with this process and keep it light. Allow yourself to explore how far you can take your expansion without the fear of losing yourself. Release the fear of becoming overwhelmed by this process as it is your birthright to be able to shift your consciousness and adapt.
“It is safe for me to release the perception of time”
“It is safe for me to release timelines”
“It is safe for me to exist outside of time”
“I release the attachment to time”
“I release the fear of losing my identity outside of time”
“I release the need to use people, places, events and stories as markers of time”
“I can perceive linear time without the attachment to linear time”
“I enjoy interaction in the world without attachment to it”