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Amongst the many fantastic conspiracy theories out there, I find that I can’t help but constantly imagine and create my own conclusions of – Time Travel. 

Fascinating mystery.

A treasure seemingly unknown in this vast puzzle.

Entertaining that Time, (and everything else for that matter) is a construct of our mind – how is it that we’ve managed to measure this, to lose track of ‘it’ or even get lost in ‘it’?

How is it that our minds conceive notions of painful minutes that fail to pass us by yet can still experience a sense of eternity in a slight moment of bliss?

Daydreams and personal findings (in other words;  living and analyzing my own experience in this dimension) – have made me  believe that I have potentially boiled this conundrum down to the core of its birth (the birth of time – of course), and science ( a.k.a – the study and observation of my own life) have unequivocally demonstrated how this has all stemmed from the beginning of an Emotion.

E-motion = Energy In Motion

An Emotion serves as the carrier waves for the entire spectrum of feelings.

Humans are bundles of energies – in constant motion. 

Motion – is the process of something moving or changing place, or even just changing position… However, most movements involve changing the speed of the movement and then changing directions.

Hence, to be in motion is to be in flux, in direction to another point – creating levels of speed that do not exist when you are still (motion-less, without motion). To be in motion is to create a sense of time.

It is to create a sense of urgency, a sense of excitement, a sense of mortality, and most curious of all; a deep sense of fear.

Fear that time rules all.

The way you move, construes where you go and when and can potentially predict how you end up there and with whom.

But back to e-motions, the Time Travel. 

How is it that this happens? How does it work?

Well, as mentioned above, all fluctuating movement is always somehow activated and birthed through our emotions. Also known as, our feelings. The energies that move us. 

The energies that constantly take over any state of ‘being’ (stillness) that we find ourselves in; 

Resulting in

  • Moments (the present)
  • Euphoria (deep joyous surrender of the present)
  • Flashbacks (traveling to the past)
  • Deep recollections of Nostalgia (getting lost in the past)
  • Epiphanies (a clear peek into the future – clarity)
  • Anxiety (overwhelming blind travel into the future)
  • Eternities (without beginning or end)

The list goes on…

And the theories too.

The physical/ non-physical ones. Teleportation. Loopholes. Portals. Dreams.

A marvelous cobweb we continue to expand, shift and unconsciously design. 

Feels like it was almost yesterday, a shy 8 yrs ago when I was so clouded and disconnected from so many of these concepts; but if I think about it, it feels nothing like yesterday at all actually, and instead I feel a really clear and curious today, a today that has provoked this open discussion. 

I smile and think,

“where do I want to be

and what do I want to do now?”

And all of a sudden, I am there.

 

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One comment on “E-motions

  1. Laura G says:

    “The way you move, defines where you go and when. It defines how you end up there and with whom.“ Love this part. Though I am intrigues by this one: “It is to create a sense of urgency, a sense of excitement, a sense of mortality, and most importantly; a deep sense of fear.”

    I believe we are also moved by love, hope for the future, joy in the present and appreciation of the past – and these feelings as you
    said move us to greater and bigger things.

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