"Time, it is only your resistance to it that makes you measure it." -Abraham Hicks
How do you resist time? Statements like: It's going to be a long day. Looking forward to Friday. Can't wait for my vacation. I have to work until 5:30 and it's only 2:00. Monday is here already?
All of the previous statements resist time.
What about the things you enjoy? Did you know that is also resistance to time? Weekends fly by. I wish I could stop time while I am on vacation. Resistance to what 'is' can speed up time as well.
A wise person once taught me how to release that resistance to time. Here is how you can do that......Have you ever watched water boil? It takes a while for it to boil if you are watching it. "A watched pot never boils." is that statement.
Well, if you want to speed time up, stop the resistance or stop watching the water boil.
If you want to slow time down watch your water boil - or pay attention to every little thing.
Trust that everything is working out. Trust that you are on God's time or the Universe's time.
Next time you are running late for something or stuck in a major traffic jam, stop the resistance by trusting that you are on God's time. It gives you the power to stop the resistance dead in its tracks. Observe what is going on around you when you are stuck. The sign you have been praying for may be right there in that moment. Or you might think of someone you need to call. Or you might see something to be grateful for. Slow down, don't hurry. Stop resisting time. Do this any time you feel the time is going to slow. Take it as your sign to stop and smell the roses as they say. Try it!