“Life is not lived on rewind. If you are late for an appointment and move faster, you do not get back the minutes already used. However, you do interrupt the natural flow that is in constant motion. Our minds cannot grasp the concept of something that just keeps going on and on without any edges even though we are hooked into that kind of motion. Proof of this fact is the galaxies constantly moving through space. They just keep going and going. Consider freedom as a forward motion. The natural flow that is constantly moving onward and upward provides a highly individualized timing beat, one that is all your own. This tempo accounts for your ability as to how you harmonize or feel disjointed and also influences how you relate to other people. No two people ever have the same rhythms. If we break this down through the lens of time, we have to realize no two people are moving along at the same beat. Everyone and everything has a different rhythm.
Many years ago there were scientific studies that proved everyone had their own circadian rhythm, their own built-in time clock and no two are ever alike. Some may be close and equal in harmony. Others are very distant making it difficult to accomplish anything. Part of understanding your own particular circadian rhythm is the awareness that interacting with certain people will obstruct your natural timing because the two different beats are out of tune with one another. This is like a huge symphony orchestra where every musician is playing its own note. There is no disharmony unless someone is disharmonious with himself and tries to play someone else’s note. To pay attention and play your own “musical score” at your own tempo provides you with a sense of caution or opens doorways to opportunities. There are variables in individualized patterns that are affected by four major issues:
1. WEATHER: It is a large factor in affecting circadian rhythms. Some people are upset by thunderstorms and others love them. Some people find long winters enjoyable and others go south with the migrating birds.
2. FOOD: People who are ingesting food that is not harmonious with their bodies are out of synchronization with their own timing.
3. CLOTHING: Your body absorbs the colors, patterns and textures of fabrics that cover your body.
4. SURROUNDINGS: Where you are at any given moment has an enormous effect on your circadian rhythms. This is particularly true in your sleeping space because your sleeping conditions affect a restful night’s sleep or lack of sleep. Part of the atmosphere you create around you during the day comes from being boosted by accomplishment and excitement or depleted from hard work that can be traced to sleep patterns and their effect on circadian rhythms. Any one of these four elements, individually or collectively, can affect the circadian rhythms of your body.
The one thing I want to get across to you is how essential it is that you have an awareness of your own timing and your own rhythm because problems occur when you are not in control of your tempo. You are then in a state of chaos. Conditions become chaotic when you are not in a position to manage the harmonic of your individual core energy to create. “I don’t know what that beat is” is a valid statement. You need to pay attention and discover the basic harmony of your mind, body, and spirit. No one can make this discovery for you. The focus is on you with the thought that you want to listen to that beat and feel it. Use your own rhythm to create and move yourself through life with a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction. You do know what that is and you do know this does not mean you impose your demands and timing on someone else.
Many people use goals to make demands and agitate their circadian rhythm. “I must do, must call, must use this time effectively, must be home by 6:30pm” are all forced issues. Build, moment-by-moment, on what you have identified as your circadian rhythm because where you were a moment ago is no longer there. The only thing you can do is to establish a new flow. Circadian rhythms depend on flow. Time travels, and whoever you are and wherever you live, the future is something that you reach at the rate of your own rhythm.” – Gregge Tiffen