From the song Time by Pink Floyd

Ticking away the moments that make up a dull day
Fritter and waste the hours in an offhand way.
Kicking around on a piece of ground in your home town
Waiting for someone or something to show you the way.

Tired of lying in the sunshine staying home to watch the rain.
You are young and life is long and there is time to kill today.
And then one day you find ten years have got behind you.
No one told you when to run, you missed the starting gun.

 So you run and you run to catch up with the sun but it’s sinking
Racing around to come up behind you again.
The sun is the same in a relative way but you’re older,
Shorter of breath and one day closer to death.

 Every year is getting shorter never seem to find the time.
Plans that either come to naught or half a page of scribbled lines
Hanging on in quiet desperation is the English way
The time is gone, the song is over,
Thought I’d something more to say.

I hate time.  I hate time almost as much as I hate gravity.  Both conspire to keep me in a box, to hem me in, to prevent me from soaring, expanding, transcending the limitations of my mundane physical existence and to thus keep me from living as the being of light I truly am.

I have difficulty reconciling myself to time as it has never seemed real to me in many respects.  Conversely, I’m a very linear thinker.  At least I feel I am.

I believe my inability to fully transcend time has at least something to do with witnessing the gradual decay of my physical organism.  Inside, I’m timeless and eternal.  Outside, I’m slowly wasting away.  No matter how much I exercise, moisturize, or how many vitamins I take, that old man staring back at me from the mirror is a constant reminder of my finite presence here.

In this era of unprecedented change and evolution of both our planet and species, many of us have felt a call toward the light.  It’s a sort of nagging itch which leaves you with a sense there’s more to us being here than what we are presently experiencing and living.

For example, imagine there’s a party going on in the apartment next door.  You were invited, but for whatever reason, declined to attend.  As you sit on your couch watching TV, listening to the laughter and music seeping through your living room wall, you feel left out, disconnected, curious about what you’re missing.

We are programmed to search and seek.  It’s baked into our DNA.  So perhaps we muster the courage to walk into the corridor with the intention of knocking on the neighbor’s door.  But as Shaltazar tells us, it is in the seeking we shall never find.  Therefore, when we step into the corridor, we discover there is no door to knock upon – just a blank wall with the sounds of the party emanating from the other side.

So how do we find the door into the party?  And if we do find it, how do we open it?

Shaltazar suggests that the secret is to separate ourselves from the linearity of time.  Simple, right?  Absent a time machine or the so named infinity stone, separating ourselves from the linear time-space paradigm is easier said than done.

We tend to regard our society as one of the most advanced ever to call this planet home.  There is, however, significant evidence to suggest this isn’t true.  There are those who believe that between 850,000 and 10,000 BC, at least two highly advanced civilizations existed whose citizenry had mastered the limitations of physical existence as Shaltazar suggests.

It is said these evolved beings were capable of living in fifth-dimensional reality, meaning they could willingly straddle the physical and spiritual planes, affording them the ability to manifest instantly, to control physical laws, and to exhibit what we would consider godlike powers.

It is speculated that upon the disappearance of Lemuria and Atlantis, the evolution of mankind was thrust eons backward to a Stone Age level of subsistence, causing us to become disassociated with our ancestral connection to the light and our celestial heritage.  Over the past couple thousand years, we’ve slogged our way back up the hill, aided by the prophetic wisdom proffered by many great spiritual leaders, most notably a guy named Joshua ben Joseph who appeared here to remind us that like him, we are all children of the same God.

Along the way, we forgot how to transcend our fourth dimension, time-based reality and to find the door to the timeless and eternal fifth dimension where manifestation occurs instantaneously.  Shaltazar tells us the key to reclaiming this power is to Be Here Now.

Many philosophies promulgate the idea that only the Now is real and the place where all creation occurs.  As soon as we jump out of the Now and onto a timeline where we can see a past and future, we’ve separated ourselves from the present where miracles can occur.  Even the question of “How” assumes your desire is separate from you, thereby making it unavailable to you.

Shaltazar says we must let go of logic and linearity.  As soon as you believe that what you want is in the future, you’ve separated yourself from having it.  Practice staying in the Now.  The more you teach yourself to stay in the Now, the more comfortable you will be letting go of linear time which keeps you separated from your wants and desires.  Linear time makes you go after or search for your desires because you believe they exist somewhere out there in the future.  Moving above the limitations of the fourth dimension will allow your desires to come to you naturally and without effort.

Mark Layne

Applying the Wisdom:

Here is a exerpt from the channeled message from Shaltazar that inspired this article:

“Now for a moment let go of trying to figure this out and come back to the Now Here. There is no moment before this one and there is no moment after this one. This moment is all you have. Once again bring up your desire, your want, but this time bring it to you in this moment. Imagine what you desire in your mind’s eye. Feel that which you desire, feel it deeply. Closing your eyes may help. Is it money, romance, a career, a vacation, a new car? Whatever it is you desire feel it in the Now moment. When you do so you make it REAL. For feelings are truth. It is only when you think there is a future and a past that you don’t have what you desire. In this moment, which is all there is, you have your desire. Do not let go of that feeling. Do not stop believing it is here in this Now moment. Do not let go of this Now moment. For if you do, what you desire once again becomes separate from you. You are back in linear time and stuck in the limitations of the fourth dimension.”

In applying the wisdom of this message first begin to practice being in the present moment. Try to allocate at least 2 or 3 times a day to just sit in silence and allow yourself to be present. Your mind may wander to the past and the future but simply try to be the observer of your mind. Learn to heighten your sense of awareness as you are totally in the Now. Be present as you watch your thoughts and feelings come up within you. As they do, just let them go. They won’t stay unless you allow them to. A thought leads to a thought that leads to a thought. Let go of the thought and you are back in the moment. Stay here, stay in the now. Also, heighten your senses. What do you smell? What do you hear? Touch something and focus on how it feels. Look around and see with greater awareness of what you are looking at.

Once you have practiced staying present for several days you are ready to bring your wants and desires into the present moment. Start by moving to the present moment as you have been practicing, but this time begin to introduce your greatest desires. If you are being very aware you may notice that your first thought is that what you want is out there, somewhere in the future. Don’t allow yourself to wander off into the future. Stay present and begin to feel that your desire is coming to you in this present moment. The key is to let go of figuring out how your desire will be achieved. You are merely allowing the feeling for what you want to come to you in this present moment. Feel as if you have it.  It’s here with you now.

How does it feel to have what you have wanted for so long? Does it feel satisfying? Does it feel fulfilling? Does it feel gratifying? Does it feel amazing to finally have it? Stay with the feeling of having your desire for as long as you can. Practice this exercise several times a day. It will take practice but you may soon notice miracles happening in your life.

Jeffrey Eisen


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