Our thoughts create our reality, not in a linear way, but rather as a co-creative relationship with time and myriads of possibilities.Quoted From: https://www.lindanardelli.com/how-our-relationship-with-time-has-changed-and-how-to-adapt-2/
"Since the discovery of quantum physics, we understand that our thoughts create our reality, not in a linear way, but rather as a co-creative relationship with myriads of possibilities.
We have choices like no other time on Earth, and yet we are operating out of overwhelm and past conditioning.
Every single day, we are inundated with stimuli, technological changes and updates, and exceeding pressure to keep up while continuing to view the world through an old lens. We haven"t realized that time has changed, and we need to adapt.
Time is no longer cyclical, as it was for our forebearers.
Time used to be seasonal. Time followed natural earth cycles. The Indigenous people migrated to warmer climates during winter. Farmers prepared their harvests for winter rations until the Spring when they planted the new crops. During the industrial age, time became linear. Humanity developed a high interest in achievement, promotions, wealth and status. We lost touch with the seasons and the land.
A client once shared a message she heard at her son"s University inaugural speech. During the opening speeches, the dean spoke about how time has changed. It is no longer cyclical or linear; time is "Coming at us!""
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