Yoga is a tool for "Organic" Time Travel

Yoga is a tool for “Organic” Time Travel.

To make sense of this statement, one must detach from the common notion that time is “Linear”. Numerous sources of ”Ancient Knowledge” suggest this statement is untrue. The ancients tell us that “Time” is a gravitational dynamic of the universe. Here is what the Egyptian “god” of knowledge Thoth (who was also a refugee from Atlantis) states about time.

Time exists through all space, floating in a smooth, rhythmic movement that is eternally in a state of fixation. Time changes not, but all things change in time. For time is the force that holds events separate, each in its proper place. Time is not in motion, but ye move through time as your consciousness moves from one event to another.

He continues…

Then sought I to solve the mystery of time. Found I that time moves through strange angles. Yet only by curves could I hope to attain the key that would give me access to the time-space. Found I that only by moving upward and yet again by moving right-ward could I be free from the time of this movement.

In the field of “Quantum Mechanics” the concept of “Super Position” describes the nature of time. In a nutshell, “Super Position” implies that an object can occupy multiple locations & states of existence at the same time. Science is just beginning to explore this concept through a device called a “Quantum Computer” which uses a form of “Inorganic” Time Travel.

The Ancients tell us the choices we make through out our lives, are the proverbial directional turns we make in the time/space field. Yoga & Meditation gives one a special type of “flexibility” that mitigates the effects of time on the body/mind.

Combined with this, Thoth suggests that by continuously moving “Right-ward” (Implies making “positive” moral decisions) & Up-ward (Implies developing in a way that improves health & increases life energy) one can completely escape the physiological effects of time.

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