This is an excerpt from Skillsets of Evolution
A 4 Month Training of Advanced Spiritual Development
We are all part of a collective consciousness made up of billions of human souls who have all agreed to experience life in this Earth dimension. We are cohered through a consciousness model that is sustained by basic fundamental structures that form a belief system. Perhaps the strongest of them all is the belief in time, as we have known it.
As a collective consciousness, we tend to think of the past as an immutable reality. The past is the past and it cannot be changed. However, time is a mutable wave of energy that reacts and alters itself in accordance with variations in the timeline.
A ‘timeline’ is a sequential field of perceptive consensus. To create a timeline, many people agree on a certain flow of sequencing and how reality is created within that flow of cause and effect. Yet, these timelines are not fixed or set in stone. It has been confirmed by physicists that time can be changed simply by observing it.
That is exactly what we are doing in many facets of the planetary consciousness shift. We are gradually shifting into a new timeline called ‘unity consciousness’. As more people depart from the old collective agreement of separation and duality and cohere to the newly forming agreement of unity and oneness, a new timeline gets birthed. Naturally, people migrate over to the one that is of a higher vibration.
We are all in service as timeline shifters. The more that we acknowledge and strengthen this ability, the quicker we can help shift the definitions of time in others. Remember, as we learn about and try something new, and as more people learn this new thing, it becomes easier for others to do it as well. This is an example of the classic ‘100th monkey effect’. Before you know it, everyone is doing it spontaneously.
(The hundredth monkey phenomenon refers to a spontaneous leap of consciousness achieved when an allegedly critical mass point is reached. The term is derived from research with monkeys on a northern Japanese Island. Supposedly, they started washing sweet potatoes a certain way and then other monkeys from neighboring islands started doing the same thing without ever having contact with each other.)