John Cali

Spirit — and other spirit teachers — have often said time is an illusion. Not in the sense it’s not real, at least to us humans. But in the sense it’s not a “fixed” commodity, inflexible and unchanging.

Spirit

Time, in fact, is very flexible. Almost everyone has had experiences where time seems to “drag.” Or where it seems to “fly.”

The dragging and the flying are far closer to the truth of what time really is than what your world imagines it to be — “a fixed commodity, inflexible and unchanging,” in John’s words.

When you focus on getting into the flow of energy from your higher self, your soul, all the resources you need to manifest your heart’s desires become available to you. And those resources include what you call time.

You have all the time in the Universe when you’re focused on aligning your energy with the energy of your higher self. When you’re focused on aligning your energy with what you want to manifest in your life.

When you do that aligning, you can literally expand time.

And the same is true of money.

Friends, you have available to you all the time in Universe. And so too do you have available to you all the money in the Universe. Time and money are simply expressions of energy. Energy is limitless and infinite. And so time truly is money.

Are you beginning to see where we’re going with this?

If you will focus on flowing your energy, on being aligned with your higher self, you will never experience any lack in either time or money. Both are simply forms of energy.

And energy is all there is. Albeit in many different forms, physical and non-physical.

But it’s all just energy.

And you are free to expand or contract that energy as you will.

Time is money. And money is time. They are interchangeable, both simply different expressions of energy. Nothing more, nothing less.

Once you experience the truth, the reality of energy, you will know — really know — you live in a vast sea of abundance. And you can have however much, or little, you choose to allow into your life — however much, or little, of it you choose to “scoop up.”

So, friends, do you want to go to the seaside with a little cup, or a bucket, or a tanker truck?

It’s up to you.