Time and Synchronicity in Our Daily Life
By Stephanie South
another time that is occurring alongside our day-to-day reality. This other
time is the realm of our thoughts and dreams that plays out simultaneously to
our physical life. This is the fourth dimension; the invisible realm of our
imagination. In our dreams anything can happen and all things can happen
the third dimension is the place of our physical and sensory experiences. Many
people believe that this is the only dimension of reality. The Law of Time, as
discovered by Dr. Jose Arguelles in
1989, shows us how the fourth dimension informs the third dimension.
In order to
understand how this works in our daily life, Arguelles promoted a 13-Moon,
28-day calendar. The purpose of this calendar (which is actually a
synchronometer, measure of synchronicity) is to help us to reorient our mind
away from linear time into natural
time. In natural time we remember that we live in
a magical universe that is ever changing and creating itself anew. It is
happening now — as you read these words.
In the linear
time paradigm, we have been conditioned to operate habitually and unconsciously
according to programs inherited from family and are influenced by friends, media, environment, education and geographical location. Who we think we are is actually a set of
programs running in a predictable order according to different cues and stimuli
that create particular responses. These patterns play out in self-reinforcing
feedback loops. Many people believe that these pre-recorded feedback loops are
who they are and what reality is.
How do we break out of these old
step is to recognize that it’s ALL ABOUT TIME. Next is to realize that the
external world is only a particular hologram of reality. It is a collective
dream. To penetrate the deeper levels of reality, we must train ourselves to
To change our
perceptions of reality, we must first learn to think differently. Up to this point, we have only been operating with a small portion of our brain capacity. We are so preoccupied by the external world that we let outside circumstances decide for us
what ‘reality’ is so we do not have to think. How do
we break out of this loop?
By changing our relationship with time, we change
our perception of ourselves and of our world. But what is time? Consider
Time is not quantity counted, but rather quality
Time is NOT what calendars and clocks make us
think it is.
Time is fractal and holographic.
Time is not money; Time is Art.
Like gravity, time is an invisible principle, fundamental to the universe that affects space.
Time is the atmosphere of the mind.
Time is the universal factor of
understanding of time opens us to the realm of synchronicity. Synchronicity often reveals itself in increments — like stepping stones that if followed, leads to the unveiling
of a larger picture. Once more of the picture is revealed then you further understand the significance of each of the synchronicities. In other words every
synchronicity is leading you somewhere.
are guideposts, signs that we are “in synch” with the Cosmic Plan. It is like we are on a treasure hunt and
the closer we come to the treasure, the more the synchronicities increase. The
13- Moon calendar is a helpful
tool to enter us into the synchronic order on a daily basis. By attuning our perceptions to the synchronic order, every
person, place and thing in our life becomes saturated with meaning. Nothing is
mundane. All is part of one interconnected fourth-dimensional geometrical
Stephanie South is the author of Accessing Your Multidimensional Self: A Key to Cosmic History
and Time, Synchronicity and Calendar Change: the Visionary Life and Work of Jose Arguelles. For nine years she worked with Arguelles on the Noosphere II project that resulted in the production of the seven-volume ‘Cosmic History Chronicles’ (2005-2011). She is creative director of the Foundation for the Law of Time:
Her blog is 1320frequencyshift.wordpress.com