Thinking about time…

The past is not the future.  There is a clear difference between the two, just like night is from day….it’s important to consider this.  The past may be understood by memories, scars and general present trends……yet these are measurements and reflections of what has happened and not necessarily predictions of what will happen.  They will be the same because some of us think backwards while walking forward….only to find ourselves in the past, again.  It’s very possible to not have your past be your future.  Believe this is dependent on the state of your mind, more than anything else.

I would love to hear any feedback, suggestions or stories about your own journey…


2 Comments on “Thinking about time…”

  1. Name June 1, 2014 at 10:45 am #

    Do you not think that we are programmed by our past experiences, therefore looking into the past can predict the future? I don’t think that one necessarily thinks backward whilst walking forwards; like a computer I think the past programs us to respond in a certain way, something beyond our conscious awareness. Some are lucky enough to become aware that they can reprogram themselves in an effort to change their output, but unfortunately very many do not move beyond the unconscious programming that takes place in the early years of life.

    • de2015 June 4, 2014 at 6:39 am #

      Agreed. The programming is of the past thus we physically walk forward but our minds are stuck with our past experiences and programs from early childhood. Like this, we interpret the new with old lenses and we miss out on the present moment. Indeed not many get to reprogram but light and consciousness is growing and spreading like a pyramid scheme.

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