Take the Day Off!

Day out of Time

You Could Take the Day Off!

December 21, 2012 was a day many of us have awareness of. Thanks to the Mayan culture and their incredible way of keeping time that date held great significance. The Mayans didn’t suggest the world would end. They were unable to ‘see’ what came after this date, so many assumed the Mayans felt the world would cease to exist.

I would suggest the world as we knew it ceased to exist around that time.

As one who ‘feels’ energy in a very profound way, I am aware of a great energy or frequential up-shift on the planet. Many of you feel it too! It is our job to acclimatize to this new frequency. The further away we are from this higher resonating energy of love, compassion and forgiveness, the more turbulence and static we will experience in our lives as we work to align.

The Mayans kept time based on the moon’s cycles…13 moons of 28 days =364 days. The extra day…the 365th day is called the “day out of time” and lands on July 25th. Being able to step “OUT of Time” can be done during meditation and when we get lost in ‘flow’. When life becomes overwhelming, being able to ‘step away’ or focus on the moment of NOW gives us the opportunity to align with our own true natures. When we are feeling anxious, it is because we are being pulled in a direction which is not in alignment with who we are at our core.

July 25th is next Friday. Can I make a suggestion? Why not take that day and as much as possible, make it a “day out of time” for you. Plan to engage in activities which connect you with your authentic heart centred core self. Practice self love, self compassion, self forgiveness and non-judgement. Do whatever it takes to align you more closely with the higher resonating energies bathing the planet.

Here is a blog post which may help you think about time in a more expanded way. What better time to do so than during the “day out of time”? If Einstein knew that linear time was an erroneous way to interpret, we would do well to at least contemplate the reality of time. Below is an excerpt from the post:

Albert Einstein concluded in his later years that the past, present, and future all exist simultaneously.  He wrote this in a letter to the family of a dear friend upon his passing “…for us physicists believe the separation between past, present, and future is only an illusion, although a convincing one.”

Comment below and let me know what you are doing on your day out of time. If you take the day off work, take the day just for you, or engage in an activity that helps you get lost in ‘flow’…I would love to know. I’ll share in upcoming blog posts so we all benefit from your example.

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