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Sacred Time

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May 2, 2023

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Sacred Time

Sacred time is devoted to the heart, to the self, to others, to eternity. Sacred time is not measured in minutes, hours or days.

– Gary Eberle –

Sacred Time

“Beneath the thin surface layer of our present consciousness–a world of rushed days and time crushed into ever shorter segmentsis the older world of the collective psyche, the archetypal world that used to be known as the domain of the gods. Here time moves more slowly, according to ancient rhythms. This is the home of Kronos, the primordial god of time, whose rhythm is like the movement of the stars across the heavens, a primal rhythm of the universe which contains the birth and the death of galaxies. And in the presence of this god is all of creation, each with its own time and yet part of a living whole–from the mayfly that lives for a day, to stars birthing and collapsing. Here the sunflower follows the sun each day, and here our ancestors worshipped, noting each solstice.” Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee shares more in this beautiful piece from Parabola magazine. { read more }

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For more inspiration check out, “What is Your Philosophy of Time?” by Robert Levine.

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