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Time Travel: Past, Present and Future

Why do we travel back and forth in our awareness, back into the past and now into the future, living the present moment now so often throughout our day? One reason is curiosity. We go back into our memory and we think about the future because we are curious to think more about something. Second reason and most often is fear. We are afraid of something. We search our memory and we go into the future suppose what it might be like. What are we doing? We are preparing ourselves for something that we think might be unpleasant because our fear is merely a dislike of something that might be unpleasant. We can set aside that dislike, set aside that anything that’s unpleasant. We can remain present here in this moment Now.   Lisa Broderick, Quantist, Author, Speaker and Turnaround Expert …

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“When you shift your experience of time, you create a whole new life which transends clockfaces.  Once you’re liberated from the illusion that time is your enemy, you’ll embrace time as an ally so you can have all the time in the world to do what is yours to do.” 

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