The Secret When You Can Walk On Water Take The Boat Part 19

The Secret – When You Can Walk On Water , Take The Boat ( Part 19 )

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Gideon settled on a rock and wriggled somewhat to make himself more comfortable.“Time is like the tides,” he said,“or more correctly, like a river. There are currents, white and dark water and backwash. Human beings have been conditioned from birth to believe in sequential time, that is,time as moment after moment.By the ripe old age of five or six, one has generally forgotten the intricacies of the nature of time and space and thus is primed to live in a world where tomorrow…

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The Secret , Spirituality Information , God

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Gideon settled on a rock and wriggled somewhat to make himself more comfortable.“Time is like the tides,” he said,“or more correctly, like a river. There are currents, white and dark water and backwash. Human beings have been conditioned from birth to believe in sequential time, that is,time as moment after moment.By the ripe old age of five or six, one has generally forgotten the intricacies of the nature of time and space and thus is primed to live in a world where tomorrows come after todays and yesterdays lead to todays.”

As much as one part of me wanted to understand what he was saying, another part was firmly anchored in the logical thinking processes. “Stop, Gideon, I don’t really think all that is important. In fact, I’m relatively comfortable in this time slot. What with television, advanced computers, other electronic marvels, space probes to distant planets and so forth, who knows? This time and place could still be fun.”

“If you don’t blow yourself up first, or die of asphyxiation because there is no more breathable air.No clean water to drink because your rivers and streams have been poisoned by chemicals.”

“Oh it’s not that bad. At least not, yet…,I think.But let’s get back to this ‘time’ thing. We visited different times, didn’t we?”

“Yes, indeed we did.”

“Tell me about the classic case, Gideon. Suppose I had gone back to the time when my great grandfather was a boy. Suppose we met, there was a fight and he was killed.Just suppose,OK?Would I be here,now? Would I be there or anywhere? Explain that. How could I have been born if my great grandfather had died as a boy? Ha! Got you on that one!”

“Pretty clever, but still at the kindergarten level. In that probable lifetime you would not have lived as such, but in an- other and another and a hundred thousand others you live and are as vibrant and alive as you are here.”

“You mean that there are thousands of me living in thousands of different situationsin thousands ofworlds? Come on, Gideon.”

“Let’s not get too involved in this matter of ‘time’, John. It’s rather an advanced concept. Suffice it to say that we, you or anyone with some practice could travel to different times and different places. Manage your thoughts and you determine your existence in space and time.”

“That’s fine for space and time but I’m getting hungry.I can’t take you home and introduce you to my family. What would I say? ‘Here, meet my good friend Gideon who dresses strangely, travels through time and knows Krishna’?”

“Your family wouldn’t be able to see me at this time. And as for being hungry, look at your watch. What time is it?”

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