Simultaneous Time and How the “Present” Comes from the Past

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via Alexis Brooks, Conscious Life News

Understanding that simultaneous time may be a possibility, there’s more reasons to work with the past in order to have a better “now!”

Sure, we’re told that living in the present is a must. Using mindfulness techniques, we can seize the moment and make the most of it.

Where that may be so, there is benefit to recalling past memories as a way to add potency to living in the “now.”

We live in a society that is predicated on reaction, particularly to present circumstances that we encounter at any given moment. What gets lost in the shuffle is the fine art of reflection; taking a valuable time out to sit in solitude, even for just a few moments, and recall memories from a purview (the present) that may yield greater understanding about what happened in the past (be it positive OR negative), in order to infuse your new perspective into the present.

In this episode of Conscious Commentary, we discuss this idea further…

but with a twist…

What if all time – past, present, and future are happening simultaneously? Would that cause you to re-evaluate how you live your life?

Let’s explore!

Alexis Brooks is the #1 best-selling author of Conscious Musings, writer/editor for CLN and host of the award-winning show Higher Journeys with Alexis Brooks. Alexis brings over 30 years of broadcast media experience to CLN. For over half of that time, Alexis has dedicated her work to the medium of alternative journalism, having researched and reported on the many aspects and angles of metaphysics, spirituality and new thought concepts.

This article and its accompanying media was originally created and produced by Higher Journeys in association Conscious Life News and is published here under a Creative Commons license with attribution to Alexis Brooks, HigherJourneys.com and ConsciousLifeNews.com. It may be re-posted freely with proper attribution, author bio, and this Copyright/Creative Commons statement.

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