The Eternal Now and This Moment

November 6, 2019

This world is a moment, a pouring that refreshes and renews itself so rapidly.

As soon as the world is spoken, or a thought is released, this moment has passed and what was the future is now the present and the current thought becomes the past. The tug and pull between the not yet present, which holds all the possibilities, and the moment that was, which holds all the made manifest, is the eternal gift of creation in the now moment. But how can the now be eternal although the moment is so fleeting?

Our three-dimensional world gives us an experience of time and space. One can argue that only because of space time exists, since it requires distance to travel and it is the journey that takes the time. However, it is in the eye of the beholder to define the perceived linearity of a moment being born and a moment that transitions back into the no-thingness it came from.

We are multidimensional beings and we have the capacity in us hold the vision in our mind's eye and the feeling in our hearts of something that has not yet occurred as already completed. We then get to step into the place of completion and to call our physical self to that place, which the compass of our journey points to.

What we call a moment lives only in an increment of time. If we take the linearity of time out of the equation, we find a field that exists within space. If we also remove the container of space, this field vibrates in the eternal now. This vibratory field of now holds the promise of that which wants to birth itself into existence, while at the same instance it informs itself by knowing what it has become.

The circle is complete: The eternal now is held within each moment.

In every moment of my life I am manifesting God’s Love. I joyfully accept the gift of creation and life nurturing actions are the outcome of everything I do!

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