What does ‘time’ mean to you? Do you check off each day on the calendar, or sink into each moment like an expansive pool? Most of us experience that it feels like it moves faster each year, yet each day still has 24 hours in it. Recently, I’ve been using my experience of time as a cue. Some days, everything flows and there is (more than!) enough time. Other days, I find I’m running late from the beginning, and have no idea where time went.
What I’ve learned is this: the days when there’s plenty of time, I’ve noticed that it’s because I’ve given myself what I need most. On the other days, it feels as if I’m following the pull and tug of what’s urgent for others, without grounding myself first.
Knowing that helps me see how much control I have about my relationship with time – do I choose to live in the moment, and sense it as expansive? Do I prioritize what’s most important? Or do I focus on the past or the future, and watch it compress?
On March 24th, I’ll be sharing a workshop on Time Magic in Edgecomb so that, together, we can create more space for the flow we all thrive in. I invite you to dive in and explore your relationship with time.