Psychic Guide to Time Management

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How would you like to buy yourself more time without spending a cent? An attitude about the world may be free, but are you willing to change your attitude in order to save yourself some time? You can start to save time today by using a psychic guide to time management, which includes techniques for being at peace with the past, present and future–mainly with the help of acceptance, surrender, and faith. This system is based on psychic phenomena because we will incorporate intuition and higher guidance into managing your time.

If you are a psychic reader yourself, information that comes through is beyond the scope of time, as we all have access to past, present, and future information. This means that managing your time can also be a matter of getting past it, and that’s where we come to the first part of psychic time management: having a new relationship to one’s personal past and future. That doesn’t mean you should stop letting clients know about their past or future. On the contrary, detachment from our own memories and fears allows us to channel thoughts and feelings beyond the scope of personal experience.

Psychic time management begins as a mental state that you can enter into any time at will. The relationship between you and time is similar to that of a partner or friend. The more you accept someone as they are, the more likely it is that they will want to spend time with you. Similarly, the more you accept your past, present, and future, the more time itself will feel like a friend who’s on your side.

You will also save yourself some time by not putting energy into trying to change someone. You’ll have more time just to love them. You can’t change the past any more than you can change a friend, but you can alter your attitude toward thoughts that still bother you, just as you can detach from someone else’s troublesome behaviour. And by the time you’re done with this article, you’ll have more time to do the things you love. And the only dilemma left will be: how do you want to spend your time? If you’ve free’d up a lot of time, you could use some of it looking into how to make money with online surveys.

I know what it’s like to live in an almost perpetual state of regret and anticipation. In fact, I couldn’t write this for years because I had spent so much time reliving my memories and fearing the future in preparation for the next survival crisis. There were times when my only relationships for hours or days at a time were with those of my memory and imagination. A person could conceivably exist in this state of mind for a lifetime without ever returning to the present. Is a self-imposed solitary confinement of mental survival repetition really living, or is it reliving and projecting the past right back into the future where you can only expect to relive it again?

Eventually my mind was reduced to little more than a pendulum swinging unrelentingly between penitence and apprehension, which was a significant factor in bringing me to just the right amount of loss that I needed to experience so that I would stop trying to force the path I thought I should follow and take the next indicated action that the Universe kept presenting to me. At first it wasn’t enough for me to lose a a job, a relationship, and a home…I had to lose more jobs, homes, and relationships in order to clearly see that I was the only common denominator in a recurring pattern. My routine and habitual navigation of other time dimensions, as fun as that can be, was preventing me from making progress in my present life. I would have to manage my time better in order to survive. Ironically, my primary survival mechanism of alternating between unpleasant memories and imagined future predicaments was causing me the same pain I was trying to avoid.

I started thinking about how it would feel to be a very old woman with limited time, and how I would want those moments back that I had spent fearing the future and trying to change the past. Yes, I know this was projecting into my future again, but this time thinking about my future was helping me to see the truth. Worry is a series of rehearsals for a play that will never premiere. Would you attend daily recitals for a play that you knew wasn’t going to be performed, no matter how well you had the script memorised? What if that play was a one-person show?

I decided to write a new play and see how that went. I could always go back to the old script of flashback flops if I missed it. So how do you write a new script when you haven’t had the experience yet? One way to counteract a malady is with its antidote, and that means trying a different way to see if you like the result. The contrary actions I’ve tried will be mentioned in the exercises below. Try choosing one at a time from each of the three categories and see what works for you.

Now that we’ve finished anecdotes, on to the antidote!

Accept the Past

“The past is a foreign country. They do things differently there.” L.P. Hartley

Well, not quite finished with the anecdotes-I told you I like to live in the past!

Since beginning my recovery from Emotional Time Lag, I experienced moments of heightened awareness about the contrast between current and previous time management choices. I found myself remembering myself remembering the past. I didn’t want to regret the time I had lost to regret! But how could I make up for all the lost time?

We can’t change the past but we can start to accept prior events by transforming how we interact with current events. My way of making amends to myself was to release some of the regret over the past by acting differently today. I don’t do it all the time and I certainly don’t do it perfectly. But when I find myself slipping back into the old behaviour, I have more awareness, so my recovery time is quicker. An example of living amends would be that I can choose to speak with kindness to another person in the here and now, rather than regret that I wasn’t able to be present for someone else before. By making more time in my day through this practise of amending the past with the present, I encounter new opportunities to connect with others. I’ve more recently discovered that lost relationships, in addition to the fear of losing future loved ones, was ultimately what driving me to repeatedly navigate the past and future. I was trying to get back the loved ones I’d lost and hold onto the ones I still had.

When someone is elderly or has a serious illness, no amount of money can buy more time. When I learn to accept, I save myself time. So the greatest wealth we can acquire is available to us right now through acceptance. When it’s hard for me to accept how things are or how things were, I can pray for the willingness to be willing. But then I have to be willing to accept the results!

Surrender to the Now

“Today is the tomorrow that I worried about yesterday.”-Author Unknown

Do you remember the last time you didn’t get your way? Sometimes we keep fighting even though we can’t change the circumstances. But you can wean yourself off the habit of trying to change the past by replacing it with a new behaviour of surrender. Acceptance of the past is good practise for surrendering to how things are instead of living in denial. Surrender helps us to live in reality, and awareness can be a catalyst for change. Denial prevents us from advancing because we don’t even know where we are, yet it’s okay to accept that denial will still happen from time to time as it can act as a necessary survival mechanism under certain circumstances. Resistance to surrender will still come back no matter how long you’ve been practising it, but you will find over time that the impulse to be combative about the people, places, and things that we can’t change will start to decrease in both duration and severity. If you suspect you might not be living in the present because you are thinking about other people’s problems or how others’ choices are affecting you, you have a choice to focus on yourself and that can bring you back to the moment. Take contrary action by getting immersed in a day of self-care. Maintain an awareness of the physical senses by noticing how you are feeling in your body, one sense at a time: sight, sound, touch, taste, smell. Broadcast your actions within your mind as if you were narrating the events of your day from the first person point of view in a novel.

When it comes to activities, meditation, and prayer, you can give yourself permission to do what’s within your ability for now. Plan for just 24 hours at a time, or if you need to, one minute at a time. If you are feeling more reflective than active, you can simply pray for the willingness to be willing to surrender. Have reasonable expectations of yourself, just as you would for your dearest loved one.

“We have to be willing to get rid of the life we have planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us.”-Joseph Campbell

We’re responsible for the effort – not the outcome! If there’s nothing you can do to alter your present situation, merely saying or thinking the word “surrender” will invoke mental and emotional associations that can maximise your physical state of relaxation.

The practise of gratitude is also an act of surrender. When we feel grateful for something, many positive developments are being invited to awaken in our consciousness. Gratitude is also an admittance that it’s okay to be okay with what is. In accepting the way things have turned out in our lives, it implies that we accept ourselves as we are. And there’s nothing like self-acceptance to help us accept others.

“Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.” -William Arthur Ward

Sharing gratitude can be a powerful practise and can sometimes deepen relationships. It doesn’t have to be a formal exercise. For instance, you can make a habit of listing one thing you feel grateful for in every conversation that lasts for more than, say, 30 minutes. Then you can reduce that to 20 minutes when you feel comfortable, then 10. You can mention something you’re grateful for about the day, in the world, or, if you feel you know this person well enough, something you’re grateful for about them or that you admire in them.

If you feel more comfortable practising gratitude on your own, or if there are some days when you have less interaction, you can try reciting the “ABCs of Gratitude”. Before you fall asleep at night, think of one thing you’re grateful for that starts with each letter of the alphabet. Since I have never gotten anywhere near “Z” before falling asleep, I start each night with the letter I left off with the night before.

To congratulate and reward yourself for times when you are able to accept the past and surrender to the present, make a list of what you will do now that you have all this extra time free of past films and future projections. It’s inevitable that we’ll sometimes navigate back to things we can’t change, so be sure to expect the old behaviour to come back. It shouldn’t be a surprise, as we are all designed to experience the often useful functions of recall and prognostication. It’s when the past and future dominate the present to the point of affecting one or more areas of your life that the practise of acceptance, surrender, and faith can improve your quality of life.

Build Faith in the Future

“Sorrow looks back, worry looks ahead, faith looks up!”-Author Unknown

If you could purchase a state of mind, would you spend your money on fear or buy faith? So why would you spend your time any differently than your money?

We have an option to choose faith or fear in any given moment. While we can’t control other people, places, and things, we do have some power over the way we think, which can come down to the ABCs: our attitudes, behaviours, and choices.

One way to build faith by using your intuition is to employ the use of a guide who can do it for you. That’s right, you don’t have to do any work, just be an efficient Time Manager by assigning all your responsibilities to a Spirit Guide. Leave the acceptance, surrendering, and having faith up to them, and let them work on those feelings until (and if) you are ready to borrow them. Just don’t forget to ask them to do it so they know you want their help.

It doesn’t matter if you think this Spirit Guide is a real spirit, an angel, a manifestation of an aspect of your consciousness, or a figment of your imagination. The activity works either way, as it is an exercise in letting go and asking for help. The very action of trying an exercise is having faith that an activity can work. You’ll be using your intuition by letting the exercise guide you as you speak to the Spirit Guide about whatever is on your mind that you want to accept and have faith in at that moment. And if you have dome the Spirit Guide Time Management exercise more than once and are ready to switch from speaking to meditation, you can listen to the Spirit Guide’s response. Your willingness to listen to a higher consciousness is an act of spiritual vulnerability that will deepen your faith.

Another choice we have is to take on the feeling of faith until the actual faith arrives. You have some faith in you or you would not be reading this and thinking about what faith means to you. If a state of mind has been experienced once, it can be invoked again because your unconscious mind is storing previous emotions as potential habits. You can bring back the habit of faith in how things are and that everything is okay by trying the “Act As If” exercise.

If you’ve tried meditation and prayer with or without Spirit Guides and are still struggling with how to experience acceptance or faith, perhaps a physical exercise might resonate. Act as if you’re letting go of a memory, event, person, place, or thing, until the feeling comes. Pretend you are an actor playing the role of someone with complete faith. Or think of an historical figure whom you admire for their faith, and walk and talk as they would in this moving meditation. Bring the body and the mind will follow.

An acronym for AS IF: Acceptance & Surrender Inspires Faith

If you don’t like it, you can have your fear back; it’s fully refundable. At least didn’t risk anything with this experiment. Yet you might stand to gain not only more years in your life, but also a quality of time spent with loved ones that exceeds the bounds of any monetary measure. At a certain point in one’s life, time trumps money by a long shot.

It’s time for you to collect the life that you deserve. All you have to do is take the first step and save your time by accepting this one moment. Imagine that each moment of acceptance brings the sound of coins being added to your spiritual bank. Then do it one moment at a time. And it’s okay if it’s only from time to time…anything you save will keep you from being spent.

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