by Gregg Prescott, M.S.
The current use of artificial time through the Gregorian calendar brings us further away from synchronizing ourselves to everything, from our own internal clocks, to Mother Nature and to the cosmos through harmonious time.
The Mayan’s calendar was based on the lunar cycle, the cycle of nature. When we went to a Gregorian calendar it completely took us out of the 13:20 (fourth-dimensional Law of Time) cycle and put us into an artificially fabricated and inharmonious 12:60 timing frequency.
Jose Arguelles best illustrates the difference between artificial time versus nature’s time:
“The essence of the discovery of the timing frequency is a simple one. The 12:60 refers to an unconsciously accepted order of time that is artificial in nature. Twelve refers to the codification of daily time into an irregular and arbitrary calendar of 12 months. Originated in Babylonia, the final historical form of the 12-month system was instituted in 1583 by the Vatican as the Gregorian calendar, which is now accepted as the standard in use world-wide. Sixty refers to the equally arbitrary division of the day into 24 (2 x 12) hours of 60 minutes each. The result of the 12:60 is the creation of a timing frequency whose mental field of consciousness is dominated by mechanization and a third-dimensional science of space-matter. Unconscious acceptance of this 12:60 timing frequency is the single most contributing factor to the problem of human alienation from nature.
“The timing frequency discovery further demonstrates that the division of the solar year into 12 periods or months is an arbitrary one based on divisions of the circle, a construct of the geometry of space, into 12 parts of 30 degrees or days each. From the outset, the stream of civilization originating in Mesopotamia was rooted in space, and what it thought to be time was only a measure of space. The antecedents of the Gregorian calendar find their origin in Egypt and Babylonia, ca 3000 BC, at which time the spatial geometry of the circle arose. The timing of this occurrence in the ancient Middle East corresponds closely to the Mayan timing frequency which describes a 5126-year “great cycle” beginning in 3113 BC and ending in AD 2013.”
The following are 9 simple ways you can synchronize your body to natural time:
1. Don’t wear a watch.
A watch represents the 12 (month) 60 (minutes) time frequency that restrains our natural abilities to tune into nature and serves as a constant reminder of how we’re bound to the 12:60 timing frequency.
2. Stop watching television
Get away from the TV and get in touch with nature…not only observing nature but trying to feel the energy that it provides. Feel the energy from the air, sun, water and earth all at the same time. Immerse yourself in these energies and feel the oneness that we all have with nature. Remember, the television is also representative of the 12:60 timing frequency due to the programming schedules that our favorite shows follow.
3. “Wing it” on the weekends
…or on your days off and try to eliminate as much planning as possible. If you plan events, make it for a general time, like morning or midday and not a specific time like 10:15 am.
Meditation brings you into a different realm of time. When you meditate, you forget all concepts of time.
SPIRITUAL PSYCHOLOGY: There are many physiological, psychological and spiritual benefits to meditation, such as reducing premenstrual symptoms, reduction of migraine headaches, increased creativity, decrease in “restless” thinking (ADD and ADHD), spiritual oneness and peace of mind.
5. Play a musical instrument or compose a song.
Try writing your own music or lyrics to a song. You may also want to re-tune your instrument to 432 frequency.
6. Develop your artistic abilities.
Learn how to draw, paint or whatever your heart chooses to create. The key word is to “create” something…anything! Build a piece of furniture. Learn a new craft. CREATE!!!
7. Practice enhancing your psychic abilities.
We’re all born with psychic abilities, USE THEM!
8. Slow down and ENJOY life.
Don’t feel pressured to get from point A to point B in the fastest amount of time. Try to enjoy the ride getting there.
9. Watch the stars at night.
The Maya knew more about Astrology than many of today’s astrologers. This enabled them to construct a calendar that is the most accurate calendar in the world, having only one adjustment every 10,000 years versus a leap year every 4 years.
There are hundreds of more ideas but you get the drift. The less emphasis we place on artificial time, the more we can tap into our natural time with nature to develop of innate abilities that we each possess.
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About the Author:
Gregg Prescott, M.S. is the founder and editor of In5D and BodyMindSoulSpirit. He hosts a weekly spiritual show on In5D Radio and promotes spiritual, metaphysical and esoteric conferences in the United States through In5dEvents. His love and faith for humanity motivates him to work relentlessly in humanity’s best interests 12-15+ hours a day, 365 days a year. Please like and follow In5D on Facebook as well as BodyMindSoulSpirit on Facebook!