“This feeling that time is running out, the feeling of wasting time, of looking back in time, of looking forward in time. So many of you, you come to us and you want us to . . . function as the psychic vending machine . . .because you don’t feel like you’re in charge of any of that. You feel as if time is marching on and it’s outside of your control. We’re not advocating controlling time. We’re advocating that you understand why you feel the way you do and to perhaps examine the belief systems behind it because you have a choice. . . . Time is a construct, it’s not doing anything. You are functioning at a frequency that is changing your perception and you’re functioning at that frequency because of the beliefs that you hold, in some part, about time.”
A Message from The COLLECTIVE
“Human beings are obsessed with time.”
I would have to agree. Time dominates the discussions my clients are having with The COLLECTIVE. We seek to understand our past while wanting an assurance of our future. The focus of most conversations with The COLLECTIVE don’t dwell in the present. It’s an interesting phenomenon.
We live our lives by the clock. Not just on a day-to-day basis, but as a lifetime measurement. Our childhood milestones are all measured with time as are the significant moments of our adult lives. If we’re not married with kids by the time we’re 30, we start to worry. If we don’t have a career, home, and a healthy portfolio by the time we’re 50, we panic. Retirement is coveted. Even more so if we achieve this milestone no later than 62 so we can enjoy our health before we start worrying about when we’re going to die.
Trust me. If you give this topic even cursory examination, you’ll reach the same conclusion The COLLECTIVE has. We’re obsessed with time and we measure the quality of our lives by the clock.
“Time is a construct. It’s not doing anything.”
I’ve never met a single person who doesn’t think of time as the enemy.
There’s never enough of it. It’s flying when we’d like it to stop and standing still when we’d like it to hasten. It’s a taskmaster that drives us to examine the past and the future, but never the present. We believe it’s relentlessly reducing our very lives until the moment of our death. We embrace a conviction that time is a powerful force that we must both serve and conserve.
Some of the most influential belief systems a human can hold revolve around time.
“Your beliefs do not need to be linked to time.”
It’s difficult to even conceive.
How are we to understand time and its affects on our life?
How do our beliefs about time affect our perception of being human?
What affect does our perception have on the frequency from which we create our lives?
All amazing questions that will be answered in this course. If there’s one thing I’ve learned from The COLLECTIVE, it’s that we’re held captive by our own beliefs and releasing them can be a challenging, rewarding, and magnificent experience. Time is not a taskmaster, it’s a perception, and as such, is overdue for reconsideration.
Join us for “Time and The Present Moment” and finally put away the clock.
TIME IS AN ILLUSION
In the first week we’ll be examining why we experience time the way we do and whether those perceptions are causing us to hold beliefs that are limiting. Believing that time is linear has real ramifications.
TURNING BACK TIME
Do you find yourself continually in the past reliving some pivotal event accompanied by the emotions you felt when it happened? In this second week we’ll be discussing the reason for that and how it’s rooted in our perception of time.
We often speak of time flying or dragging as if it’s meant to work against us. In week three we get to the bottom of how our personal frequency affects our perception of time and what we can do about it.
RUNNING OUT OF TIME
Humans have a deep-seated fear of aging and death. We set our life experiences by the clock and the resulting affect on our frequency is the very thing that interferes with our own aspirations. The teaching in week four helps us to abandon this circular thinking.
We’ve been programmed to think of time as a commodity to be spent wisely lest we waste it and find ourselves without. Time has become our taskmaster. We’ll learn to take back control of our perception of time in week five.
NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT
The COLLECTIVE teaches that every moment is the present moment. What does that really mean? The answer is delivered in week six when we learn where the past and the future really reside.