Time will become so compressed that it ceases to exist
03/13/2013 by John Smallman
http://johnsmallman.wordpress.com/2013/03/13/time-will-become-so-compressed-that-it-ceases-to-exist/

Here in the spiritual realms all is on schedule to welcome you as you awaken. You are going to awaken, so let go of your doubts, your fears, your anxieties, and focus on your intent to do so. Your intent is essential, and every day new members join the club whose purpose is to awaken humanity and allow the illusion to dissolve. As we have said many times, your awakening is inevitable. Disregard the naysayers who suggest that your awakening could be hundreds or thousands of years in the future. Time is of the illusion, it is illusory, so cease paying it so much attention. Yes, you need it to coordinate your earthly activities — and for that alone it is useful — and attend to living in each and every now moment, which is when your life is happening.

Time is like a very long tunnel: coiled tightly like a spring it takes up very little space, and yet it can be stretched out to interminable length. Humanity is now compressing that spring which had been so inordinately stretched out. It will become so compressed that it ceases to exist, and you will all awaken into the eternal moment of now, before which and beyond which there is absolutely nothing. A very difficult concept for you to grasp when everything you think, say, or do appears to be governed by time. However, modern science has proved that time is illusory, that it is an imaginary concept, but nevertheless, within the illusory environment in which you appear to have your existence it remains a very useful tool.

Scientific research is doing you great favors as it demolishes outdated and confusing concepts of reality which served only to limit your spiritual evolution. For example the laws of Newtonian physics are very useful because they allow you to predict the results of mechanical interactions, and quantum physics has made it possible to invent and produce many electronic devices. However, they also seemingly set limits to your abilities to conceptualize new technologies because they suggest to you that certain new ideas — ideas that some of your newer and younger scientists have imagined — are utterly impractical. Nevertheless, science has always moved forward and shown that ideas previously thought insane are in fact possible, and you continue to make progress because you refuse to accept limits that previous generations thought were cast in stone, absolute.