“I must govern the clock, not be governed by it.” —Golda Meir
There are 100 ways to save time, create time and have more than enough time. The process of getting more time can be done peacefully.
Is it possible to reach the point where you can stop having concerns or worries? Absolutely! It requires a deeper sense ofyourself in order to move to a peaceful existence. It is where life’s true riches are, and begins with developing a greater understanding of what time is, how it works and how to relate to it properly.
So, let’s not waste any more time! (You knew that was coming.) The following principles, from “Coach U’s Essential Coaching Tools,” will help move you toward more peace and having plenty of time for all that matters to you:
- Time is a tool that is exclusively mine to play with.
- How I spend my time will give me 80 percent of the fulfillment I desire.
- Time is a gift when I grant myself to others.
- Time is elastic. I can stretch it or compress it.
- Time has been used as a weapon to suppress, conform and standardize human existence.
- Time is a limited reference point from which to view being.
- Time is not manageable, but my choices and actions are.
- Time is not a thing; it is merely a reflection of how I am being.
- Time is a function of the mind; space is a function of being.
- I have far more time than I need.
- Time is a flow; I can’t get more of it, but I can do more with it.
- Lack of time is a resistance or emotional problem.
- One has enough time when one is doing what matters rather than doing what means something.
- The more powerful and able I become, the bigger my boundaries need to be.
- Time has no consequences. However, not being responsible for what I need does have consequences.
- My relationships are more important than my results.
- Miracles and discontinuous results are natural, and they happen to me.
- Good timing occurs naturally when you’ve mastered this thing called time.
- Success comes from applying yourself and from luck. Luck is a matter of timing. Timing is a matter of attraction. Attraction is a matter of reserve. Reserve is a matter of selfishness. Selfishness is a matter of extreme self-care. Self-care is a matter of a strong personal foundation. A strong personal foundation comes from applying yourself to yourself. Applying yourself takes time. Time takes commitment.
- Cutting out 50% of what you should do grants time.
- There is plenty of time for what you’re ready for.
- Time is not a function of the clock. Time is a way to describe one’s space, not one’s schedule.
- Having a reserve of time is a lifestyle.
- One’s good judgment is often enhanced with space.
- Coming from eternity grants one lots of time.
While some of the aforementioned concepts might be a bit hard to grasp, begin with them to stretch your learning and understanding. Play with them! Try them on, and see what you can make of them. Be creative! Relax and have fun!
You have all the time in the world … and your world is what you make it.
Joan M. Ek, owner of Life Spectrums, LLC, is a professionally trained life coach, Reiki master teacher in the Usui/Tibetan and Karuna™ methods, and a registered yoga teacher. With over 25 years in the field of health care, she is passionate about the mind/body/spirit connection. She works to help empower individuals to reach their innate potential through: life coaching; Reiki therapy and teaching; yoga instruction; and facilitating seminars and workshops on topics relating to quality of life. She also provides resource and referral services to clients. Contact her via phone at 920-733-9793 or on the Web at http://lifespectrums.net.