Time is Only an Illusion
The concept that time and space are not real is not a new one for most students of spirituality, but the way in which it is explained in the channeled spiritual teachings that follow should help to shed new light on it.
The Illusion of Time
Time, as it is perceived in the human consciousness, is a false concept - another illusion that you have allowed to disrupt the calm of your consciousness.
Time is Irrelevant
Patience is a virtue, it has been said. This is very true. In fact, it is a necessity if you are to maintain yourself in the flow of your good. Impatience, which is a very common trait of human consciousness, is directly tied to the illusion of time, which also becomes so overwhelmingly important to those absorbed by the physical environment.
Time has no importance whatsoever. You are living in eternity. Your being is part of mine, and we have always been and will always be. The scope of eternity is impossible for you to understand, for you try to measure it in time. Time implies a beginning and an end, but these do not exist.
Just as you heard a scientist trying to describe the dimensions of the universe in terms of light years (which, again, is a human point of reference based on time) and found it completely unfathomable, the concept of eternity is the same. The universe and eternity are one and the same. They are without boundaries - without limits.
As you progress in consciousness, these terms will begin to be easier to understand. But at the moment, they are beyond your comprehension. If you can accept my word that the concept of time is meaningless (even if you cannot yet fully comprehend it), then it will be easier for you to understand the folly of the concept of impatience.
Impatience is a Sign that the Human Mind is Trying to Control
Impatience implies that it is important that a certain thing come to pass by a specific time - or before it is too late. "If I don't get my check by Tuesday, I'll never be able to get the car fixed. (Even the word "never" in this illustration is a reference to time.) If, however, you can accept time as an irrelevant factor in your existence, you will not allow the quality of impatience to enter your consciousness.
Impatience implies that you know and understand, better than I do what the right "timing" of the arrival of your good should be. Think back to the belief that there is only one power and one presence in the universe - God, the good, omnipotent. If you believe this, can you doubt that your good will come to you at the most appropriate time?
Patience, Peace, and Faith
Patience, then, is faith in action. It rejects the concept of time and the artificial "deadlines" that accompany it. It totally accepts the belief that one's good is his or her entitlement, and that it will arrive in life at the moment that is most appropriate.
Patience and peace also go hand in hand and reinforce each other. If you draw on the peace that is already within you, patience will be a natural byproduct. The byproducts of impatience are frustration and irritability, but peace will always counteract them.
This is an important lesson for you at this point in your life. Be at peace and be patient. It is my good pleasure to give you the kingdom.
Don't be in a hurry. Do not allow the pressures of the physical world to affect you. Remember that time is a false concept of the physical world and has no bearing whatsoever on your reality. To be rushed or in a hurry means that you are reacting to pressures relating to time, and this is not only unnecessary, but counterproductive, as well.
Disruptions Caused by Impatience
Of course, you are living in the physical world, and your daily routine must be dictated to a certain extent by time constraints. There will be times when you are late and feel a need to rush. While this type of hurry is different from the emotion that I want to discuss with you, even it can be detrimental to you.
You are very familiar with the feelings that can overcome you when you feel rushed to get somewhere or do something by a certain time. The stress and pressure of the situation prevent your body from functioning peacefully, and your emotions are also affected, making it much more difficult to maintain your attunement with me and the feelings of joy and peace and love that are so essential to it.
The emotional turmoil causes a cloud of static to form around you, and your receptivity is decreased. So being in a hurry is disruptive to your daily existence.
Being in a hurry to achieve the goals you have set for yourself is also a disruptive factor. Rest assured that your good is, in fact, assured. Live with the complete certainty that it will come to you in the physical world in the form and in the manner and at the time that is perfect for the fulfillment of the divine design for your life. In your human consciousness, you are not able to understand the many factors that are part of the process.
Yours is a test of faith. Accept your unity with the source of all goodness, and you have accepted the goodness itself. Know that the desire for the particular good came from me and that its fulfillment will, as well. Be not concerned at all with the timing. There is no hurry. There is no rush. My timing is perfect. Be at peace.
About the Author
For 30 years, Jack Armstrong received and transcribed a series of remarkable spiritual teachings from an unknown inner source, but kept them entirely to himself. In the book Lessons from the Source, he shares them for the first time.
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