Using the Kaleidoscope to Understand Time Travel

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Using the Kaleidoscope to Understand Time Travel

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The kaleidoscope is a metaphor for reality. The mind is the center point on the 'scope, and the mind chooses what passes through that center. Whatever passes through the center is then reflected through the entire available view, just as whatever thought passes through your mind is reflected through your entire reality.

The mind will never see the big picture, because it has a very limited perspective of a single point. Whatever shape it chooses, it chooses based on a linear perspective of time. It wants so bad to create the big picture pattern, but it can never see the pattern. So it chooses shapes to the best of it's ability with limited perspective.

Consciousness sees the bigger picture, the entire kaleidoscope view. When you zoom out to become consciousness, instead of just your mind, you get a sense of the overall pattern of things, how they're all connected. But if you stay mind-identified, you will try and try and try to pick the right shape to make the big-picture pattern you want, but with a time-based linear perspective, you will never be able to see the patterns you're creating.

The mind wants to choose the right shape to make the big picture pattern, but mostly it just wants to keep passing through shapes. The trick is to zoom out and see the big picture and know that the mind cannot logically select the proper shape to create the big-picture pattern. Only broader consciousness can do that.

The mind may try to force the shapes it thinks will create the pattern. It will select the same shape over and over, trying to make it work, but forcing a logically selected shape (i.e., experience) will only cloud and dim the big picture. We must surrender the task of choosing experiences to the broader perspective of consciousness. We must surrender our need to logically decide what's best for us and let the flow provide us with the shapes or experiences we need to create the big picture pattern we want.

When a shape passes through the center of the kaleidoscope, it happens Now. But shapes that have previously passed through the center are still being reflected through the big picture view. What shape passes through the center Now affects the shapes that have already passed through the center. This is a way to understand how what thoughts or experiences the mind chooses right now affect the past and future. The current shape moves the other shapes not currently passing through the center. Our present thoughts affect our past and future.

Using your mind to decide what to do will always produce weak results because the mind cannot see the big picture. The mind is the single point of perspective that allows us to experience reality in the way we do, but it is just a single point. Our lives are the big picture kaleidoscope view, which we are capable of seeing when we step outside of our minds to the perspective of broader consciousness.

My point is this: allow the flow to determine what shapes pass through your mind. Whatever desires, experiences, or thoughts come to you, say yes to them. The flow is giving them to you because the flow sees the bigger picture pattern, and knows exactly what shape to give you next to create the pattern you want to live. Don't let your mind trick you into believing it knows what's best for you. Your rules, limiting beliefs and resolutions are only resisting the gifts the flow provides. Say yes to whatever passes through the center of your kaleidoscope and watch the exact pattern you desire unfold, more perfect and beautiful than you ever imagined.

Jessica Mullen
Living the magick life.
  • margo

    Brilliant…our seat is always in the center of the storm where it is calm…that is always where the mind can reside as well <3

  • jessica mullen

    Thank you for that perspective Margo, hell yes!

  • Claudia Horsey

    This is a beautiful perspective. Allowing the flow to decide is definitely the key! So would you say that the trick is to do so by saying yes to all experiences? How would you determine which experiences you’ll say yes? Thank you for your beautiful writing as well Jessica!

  • jessica mullen

    Hi Claudia! Thanks for the feedback!

    One thing Kelly taught me is that I should make all my decisions as if I already am who I want to be. If I were a billionaire, would I do it? (If I didn’t have to worry about money, time, or health, would I do it?) Basically, if it scares you – go for it! Fear is excitement with the brakes on. But really, everything in your reality is trying to help you so I assume saying yes as much as possible is the best route. Saying yes just means accepting your current reality how it is and going with the flow. I’ve found that once I tried it a few days in a row (this week), it got a lot easier to -trust- that it’s ok to say yes.

    The best lesson I learned was to not base decisions on what you have to do tomorrow, or on a lack of money. If you act like this is the only moment you have and you don’t have to think about whether it will affect your ability to go to work (etc) tomorrow, then you’ll get to both do what you want AND fulfill your responsibilities. It’s just about trusting the flow. It’s all there for you. You can’t go wrong.

    Finally, your gut will always tell you the answer. The weirdest thing happened yesterday, I wanted to eat all this food I don’t normally eat for breakfast. Instead of denying myself like usual, I allowed myself to eat what I desired. It ended up being the best decision I ever made, because I didn’t really get to eat much later and I had a great drinking base lol ;]

    Just trust your gut. But also, don’t make any decisions if you feel bad! Get in a good mood, then say yes. No amount of “yes” can ever make up for a bad mood – you have to choose to feel good before you can become a match to good manifestations.


  • jessica mullen

    Also, what really helped cement these concepts for me was this Bashar session:

    He makes things seem simple and FUNNY. I highly recommend it.

  • Jago

    Wow, that kaleidoscope totally looks like your hair!

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