If you haven’t already read Part 1, have a look here.
OK So I’m really enjoying this timeline bizniz… I really feel that I can SEE timelines. I can FEEL them. And there is no emotion attached to them. I am indifferent. Side note: Emotion is ego based so it does not have a role in timelines.
But what about influencing timelines? Shall we just get to the nitty gritty?
OK, first remember that little side note above – Emotion has no place in timelines. So if you are HOPING for an outcome, if you are really REALLY wishing for a particular timeline to play out, then you’re going about it the wrong way. It MIGHT happen anyway, but not due to the emotion.
And this isn’t some law of attraction exercise where you must feel all positive and raise your vibe, and avoid thinking negative thoughts. It’s got nothing to do with that.
This is emotionless matter-of-fact (energy-of-fact) time. This is what Einstein was on about. Relativity. Time. All that jazz.
When you want to play with the future outcomes, you need to see them in your sight as a possibility. If something is not possible in the future, then it doesn’t mean that it’s IMPOSSIBLE. Obviously. I mean, for a start, nothing is impossible, and secondly, there are infinite possibilities. And btw, these are the 2 laws here worth embodying.
If something doesn’t feel like a possible future timeline, it is because the present moment is not lined up for that to happen.
To give a super duh example, if I am sitting here typing and channeling and whatnot at 10pm, a future timeline that doesn’t feel possible is that I might go outside and go for a walk, leaving my son asleep in bed. That’s simply not possible in the future, because the present moment isn’t in alignment for this. For starters, hubby is asleep too, so he’s not going to listen out for our son. Secondly, I’m in my PJs and just about ready for bed too. It’s absolutely NOT going to happen. Unless there’s some wild disaster outside I need to tend to.
BUT if I wanted to make this a future possibility, I’d have to make sure the PRESENT is in alignment for this.
In this example, getting the PRESENT to be in alignment for the impossible FUTURE, I’d have to wake hubby up and tell him to keep an ear out for our son waking, while I go for a walk. Or maybe I’d have to just decide to do something a little crazy, and run out there in my PJs for the sake of argument. Or maybe I’d hear a cat fight outside, so I’d have to go check to see if my cat is ok (she’s inside as I type, but maybe she’ll go outside to defend our property).
So you can see here how I could definitely change the FUTURE by changing the PRESENT – either practically, or energetically willing something to happen that would result in me going outside.
Now, the practical stuff is easy, right? I mean, if you want to jump timelines, and there’s a very practical element, such as sitting a test, or making a phone call, or something like that, all you have to do is Do The Thing, and you’re on path to a new timeline.
But what about when the timeline jump you wish to make is not related to you simply MAKING it happen? What if it’s seemingly out of your hands?
Let’s take an example… Something real and live that I am generating right now as I type…
So right now, the top 4 possible timeline options I see happening in my life in the next 15 minutes (I’ve switched from working in 10 min blocks to 15 min blocks, simply because I get sidetracked, and get busy doing unrelated things in between checking the results) are:
1 . I open the dishwasher, and see that some of the dishes haven’t been washed properly.
2 . Cat gets up to go outside.
3 . Power surge.
4 . I receive 2 x emails.
These are the most likely scenarios. I’m betting on #1 being most likely, which is irritating. So let’s energetically align for #3. Basically because I like it when the cat stays inside as much as possible at night, and I don’t want to be sidetracked by emails.
It’s 10:18pm. I’m going to faff around a bit for 15 mins, and check back at 10:33pm.
OK checkin time.
1 . I was SO pleasantly surprised to see the dishwasher did EVERYTHING perfectly.
2 . Nope.
3 . Nope.
4 . Nope.
So what does this mean? That I’m a failure at jumping timelines? Or that I’m good at avoiding timelines I don’t want? Or WHAT?
Honestly, at this point in time, I’m about a bazillion times better at SEEING the timelines.
Jumping timelines is still a challenge.
Which leads me to the next Thing…
Can I jump timelines so that jumping timelines is NOT a challenge?
Can I avoid the current timeline that says jumping timelines is a challenge?
See the subtle shift there?
Anyway, time is getting on, I’m losing concentration, so it’s time to leave this to rest for a day.
Let’s see what tomorrow brings, and if I have any breakthroughs in this.
Btw, side note: If you are enjoying this, feel free to shoot me an email to let me know! Sometimes I think I talk a lot of mad crazy stuff and wonder if it’s just a little TOO mad and crazy at times. Like now.