The Truth written about “time” is that there is really no truth to anything that was written or said in the past or present about it. To make a statement that “time” doesn’t exist, except because of what we've said and thought about it, is not totally true.

“Time” exists independent of us, as well as dependent on us. Time is funny and serious simultaneously. It is as real as it is illusory. It exists in both extremes and at times in between.

Time doesn’t play tricks on us, we play tricks on ourselves. Time is as strong as it is weak. It is complete as it is incomplete; it is as persistent and unrelenting, as it is feeble and fleeting. “Time” exists as much as it doesn’t exist.

Time is not the only illusion created by us. There are infinite illusions we create every second of our waking and non-waking hours.

Essentially, there is more non-conscious creation than conscious creation going on. We are more likely to have more non-conscious in the negative which has to be dealt with first. The non-conscious, which can represent more than 90% of us, influences our lives many times more than that which we create as we wish consciously.

Wouldn’t it be better if we could find a way to balance our conscious with our non-conscious so it is more even and has equality, before we exercise the fantasy of exercising our power to create? There is a way to do this, if you open yourself to it! The acceptance of co-creating with God is more wishful thinking than wishful creation, both of which questionably border on stupidity.

Any results achieved as such are more by accident than repeatable by design. It is with the hope and hopeless tribulation of achieving what we wish that is totally useless for the individual and society as a whole. Consciously creating and not ever non-consciously deleting leads to almost total suppression, denial, life numbing, partial shutdown, lying to self and others and the practice of Alzheimers.

We do partially create “time” in our minds but not absolutely. Time exists with or without us. To think time is an illusory capability created by an individual’s recognition is more illusory than any sane and insane person could put up with.

It is best we are neutral to time----when we have a lot of it and when we don’t have any. Both choices have no affect whatsoever on us. Most people are bothered by having too much time and simultaneously by not having enough. Any personal experience of wealth exists independent and dependent on time.

Time doesn’t just exist “now”. Time tri-existed in the past, present and future simultaneously. It is independent and dependent from our human mind, spirit and physical existence. To live in the moment “now” is a numbing denial of our past and future, as if those two aspects of time don’t exist.

We could change the past, so it doesn’t affect our present. We could change our future,so we have a better future awaiting us. These are all demonstrable and repeatable for everyone making all other discussion as another useless theory that amount to nothing. Are there any takers?

Author's Bio: 

Martial arts Grandmaster Kam Yuen, Doctor of Chiropractic and former aerospace engineer, was the consultant and stunt coordinator for the original television series ‘Kung-Fu’, starring David Carradine. In his book, Spirit of Shaolin, Carradine heralded Dr. Yuen as the inspiration for his heroic main character.

For the last twenty years, however, the retired Grandmaster has successfully treated over 300,000 patients who were suffering from acute or chronic health conditions and life issues. Using a methodology he synthesized from Taoist practices, his martial arts experience and Chiropractic studies, Dr. Yuen has taken wellness and everyday living to new levels.

A worldwide keynote speaker, Dr. Kam Yuen is a consultant, author, seminar leader, teacher, life coach and healthcare expert of high regard. There are over 15,000 practitioners of the Yuen method, representing a diverse cross-section of the world’s population

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