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Time Feeling

Hi, this Shire. I hope you are doing great today ♪

As I mentioned on this entry before, Shamballa time is about 4~5 times longer than the real/physical world. When I started accessing Shamballa a few years ago, I thought I would be able to spend sooo much time for whatever I would love to do since there are way more time there than the real world!

Then, what I feel nowadays is like this, “Wow! It’s already 7pm?!” “No!! I have to do that thing now~!”… this sounds too much like myself in the real world!! What’s going on with me?!

What A-team (in Shamballa) used to tell us is,

When people really focus on some things, the passage of time starts sifting since the mentality becomes more centered with the astral body (rather than the physical body). A day in the physical world still counts as one day (with your physical body), but the actual time gets much faster when you really focus on things. That time never gets disappeared, but it definitely shift from the physical world.

You do not get old either since the passage of your cell-time gets much slower which synchronizes your time with the astral body.

From A-1: Time to be absorbed (February 16th, 2015)

Hmmm, so, I guess the time passage is really a relative thing which depends on how you spend/feel it. There is no “absolute” time (well, there is a measure for our reference) in the world everyone applies to (It actually exists but I am not going to talk about it in this time).

When I compare the time between Shamballa and the real world, there is definitely a big time difference. However, when I spend my time in Shamballa, my time feeling is pretty much the same as the real world. In fact, when I really focus on things I love doing (in the real world), I feel the time totally disappears (which A-team talks above)…

If I focus and spend lots of time in Shamballa, I may already be dead next time I realize in the real world, hahahahaha (sweating)!!

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