Thursday, August 30, 2007

Time Net


Have you noticed how time appears - or 'seems' - to be accelerating these years?

The phenomena tries to be imperceptible, like a subtle field/net that has caught us all up in its sweep...

Days have less 'time', the end of the day quickens;
Years fall by more rapidly...

As if there is a hurry to be somewhere, to get somewhere...

Racing ahead for some great event, perhaps?

This is not a poem; it is a moment of reflection...

4 comments:

Angela said...

Some people think, I believe Gregg Braden included, that the Schumann resonance is increasing to the extent that we are living a 24 hour day now in 16 hours. Time is a strange thing though; if our measuring instruments are also speeding up, how on earth would we tell???

Kingsley said...

Hi Angela - thanks for this reminder.

Yes, I had heard something about the Schumann resonance increasing too... are we all a part of this collective illusion, I wonder??

marcus said...

Perhaps rather than time 'speeding up' it could be a case of us moving away from the conditioned notion of linear-time.

Maybe time was never meant to be measured, and on some level our inner experience of reality is 'timeless' in every sense of the word...

Kingsley said...

Hi Marcus - yes, it could also be that as physical events approach increased 'complexity' our senses will shift more towards the non-linear, more towards the sense of a collective wholeness: the omega-point of de Chardin's 'noosphere' I wonder?