Time equates with life since our life unfolds in time. We need to consider what do we want to do with our time, with our life. We have two states ‘Being’ and ‘Doing’. In being there is no action we do not manifest anything. The aspect of ‘Being’ is open, grounded, centered, still and fluid, it is our recharging mechanism. ‘Doing' is expressed in time. Time is intense and intimate, it is felt deeply through sweetness and regret. Stillness allows us to set intentions and give our potential the opportunity to unfold and express through action.
When we are engaged in time it will reciprocates our intentions. Time will reflect our wishes by presenting new opportunities. Something will catch our attention, a charge, a spark, a realization, which will form into something tangible, practical. Through the flowing element of time our intentions manifest, new things are being born. Our experience is determined by our intention, if we do not set a new course then the momentum of the past keeps repeating itself, we get more of the same.
Exercises: Kum Nye Dancing #52, #18, #71