Edgar Cayce – Time And ‘No Time’ : In5D
In John Van Auken’s book, Toward a Deeper Meditation, Cayce was quoted as saying, “Learn these lessons well: First, the continuity of life. There is no time; it is one time. There is no space; it is one space. There is no force, other than all force in its various phases and applications. The individual is such a part of God that one’s thoughts may become crimes or miracles, for thoughts are deeds. That that one metes must be met again. That one applies will be applied again and again until that oneness of time, space, force are learned and the individual is one with the whole.”
The premise of time places limitations on our thought constructs as many people will live their entire lives believing that time, as we know it, is the only time that ever was or will be.
We live in a world that relies on linear time based on years, months, days, hours and seconds. What we fail to conceptualize is how time is manmade. Loverboy has a song, “Working for the Weekend” whose title encapsulates the ultimate reason why we rely on time, as it’s all based on economic reasons through the creation of days, months, years and subsequently, the work week and the weekend. What if every day was “Saturday“?