These days it's not uncommon to have odd experiences with time, space and memory. You know that time isn't what it used to be. It is actually accelerating. And you may experience what seem to be "gaps" in time, not
being able to account for hours, days or even weeks in the way that you
Right now you stand at the edge of massive changes, facing countless unknowable things. Each day you have reminders of instability and conflict, showing up in your personal life, in the lives of your loved ones, and on the world stage.
You may be asking yourself, in today's chaotic environment, how you fit in with your world and what your role is to be during humanity's great shift into higher consciousness. You have many opportunities for growth and being of service in these uncertain times, yet you perhaps question how to identify and use them.
In these recent months, as you have observed your world and noticed increasing amounts of dysfunction, you may be asking how the multitude of global problems can be remedied. You also may be wondering how the world's disarray will impact your life and your ability to thrive and live in joy.
Your wise self knows that this unique cycle of time is not the end of life but a transition into new beginnings. Your everyday self, however, may be doubtful. That conditioned part of you remains immersed in linear illusions about what is possible. You have learned to doubt things that you could not prove with your eyes or by other physical means.
world is now knee-deep in economic meltdown. Every day you have
reminders of the ailing financial systems of key countries such as the
United States. On a personal level, you likely have your own reminders
of the fragile nature of the economic infrastructure of your now global
society. You have learned to depend upon these financial systems, and
to expect that they would always be there in the familiar forms.
During this holiday season, your world's web of connections is more visible than ever. Images of people far away, living in a culture that's foreign to you, appear on your TV news broadcasts. You see video footage showing the latest in the wave of terrorism. You learn about newly-elected U.S. leaders with their plans to act quickly to calm widespread nervousness.