bending time Posted on May 19, 2012 by Cynthia G. we’re blushing all over again. curious? you should be. Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailLinkedInPinterestRedditLike this:Like Loading... Related
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This is awesome! Thanks so much for sharing!
The best part of blogging is knowing you’ve connected with someone else on our 7 billion people planet. Glad you enjoyed the piece and thanks for connecting!
Wow very nice …looking forward to more..
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My god, I loved this.
I’ve been feeling that lately, the desire to bend time. With one in kindergarten and one teetering on the brink of teens. Does it really work? Can I really do it if I close my eyes and sing long enough?
Yes. There are many methods, and one is right for you. Pam sings. I just let my mind go all bendy like a rubber band and imagine the time factor that I’m up against can expand just like rubber. The trick is to release focus and a) think about something else entirely or b) just get happy. It’s a nifty bit of magic.
One in kindergarten and one almost a teen!! If you juggle that, bending time is a cake walk! More important than bending time, though, is to expand to fit the space of every moment. Interacting with my kids with all my attention, not just the uh-huh’s while I’m getting dinner ready, always does that for me. Enjoy it.
Loved this! I can’t wait to bend time so I can read more. Great spirit! Thank you. :)
You are so welcome! Yes, play with this technique. . .and please stop in again to let us know how it’s going!
Thank you. Glad we could connect. :)
Love the title to this. And the concept, and the discussion. I tend to just ‘ask’ for the time I need (in my mind, to my higher self), and somehow, miraculously, “things” shift, and it all works out. Good reminder, and lovely site!
Thanks for checking in, Julianna. Isn’t it nice to know that we can actually make the call and then watch the shift happen? It really doesn’t require any efforting. . .just that little spark of awareness. My favorite current mantra is (breathe in) allowing. . .(breathe out) releasing. It’s almost better than abbracadabbra. :)