Time Bending Lets You Do More in 24

Do you ever feel like you don’t have enough time to do everything you want to do in a day? What if you could slow down time and get more that 24 hours into each seeming 24 hour slot.?

One of my first experiences of Deepak Chopra included an exercise he proposed – to stop a clock. He directed the reader to look at an analog clock and, solely through thought and intention, stop the movement of the hands.

I was unable to make the hands stop moving all those years ago. While I have not actually tried that experiment again I do something my mentor describes as time bending.

Theses days I work in dimensions beyond the five physical senses so my experiences often seem inexplicable to the casual observer. I cannot explain what I do. What I know is that I set an intention to do the amount of work in about 2 hours that would normally take an entire day. And I complete that work easily, efficiently, and without stress in the two hour time period.

Lest you think I am imagining the situation, know that some of our classes required all of us students to bend time along with our teacher to accomplish the full day’s lesson plan in less time to accommodate schedules of classmates.

I’ve been bending time consciously for two years now. Set an intention of what you want to accomplish. Give it energy then let it go. I never look at a clock until I finish my planned activity. I always feel pleasantly surprised to have most of the day left to do other things.

You will not see it until you are ready and you believe it.

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10 Responses to Time Bending Lets You Do More in 24

  1. Amethyst says:

    Great post, Ali! I was thinking about this the other day. Although it seems to take too much out of me right now to do it all day (or most of). I generally use it when I need to get somewhere and am running late. It helps when I notice I’m running late early, of course, because that seems easier. But if I have to be somewhere in 30 minutes, and I know from where I’m at it takes 45, I can usually make it in 28-34 minutes. That’s good enough for me. 🙂

    • Ali Bierman says:

      Yes, Ame. I’ve done that too. interesging, isn’t it? Thanks for sharing your experience. I think perhaps people do it, as I did, without even knowing they do it.

  2. Amethyst says:

    Oops – and I meant to say, that’s without speeding or resorting to other dangerous and unnecessary behavior, haha! 🙂

  3. Ah, yes; the old mind bending trick 😉
    But I know exactly what you mean, Ali. Setting an intention is the all important step in accomplishing anything you need to; whether it’s to get more done in less time, or perhaps dealing with an unwanted situation.
    Cleaning can be an unwanted situation to me at times 😉 but when I set the intention of let’s say tackling the bathroom, it seems to go much faster than expected. I like that!
    Time bending. A concept I will practice daily.
    Thank you!
    Dream On!

    • Ali Bierman says:

      I am sitting here chuckling as I read your post. My guess is that at precisely the time you wrote it I was (ready for this?) cleaning my bathroom as the start of house cleaning–something I big time put off! Come to think of it, so far it has gone faster and more easily than I anticipated.
      Yes, intention, when done consciously, empowers us toward our dreams. Done without awareness–well, let’s just say it doesn’t take us where we truly want to go.
      So glad you pointed pout the bathroom example so I could see how my day is really going. 🙂

  4. Kama says:

    I have also had this experience and it is one of the reasons I manage to get my projects finished. I would describe it as you have “Set an intention of what you want to accomplish. Give it energy then let it go.” This would be an interesting topic to discuss further.

    • Ali Bierman says:

      Thank you for sharing your experience, Kama. I really do think many people do that without knowing they do it. When you say this is an interesting topic for further discussion did you have something in mind?

  5. Great points altogether, personally I’m gonna have to bookmark this and come back to it. I’m curious if you have any follow ups to this post?

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