Where you are now is all that is, for the past is dead and the future doesn't exist. Yet. That's not to say that you stop moving, of course. Nor that the past and future have no bearing on your present, for they hold equal sway over evolution - yours and mine included. Have you noticed how we seem to be part of a wave, a movement of the moment, being more 'awake' as they call it, getting a hang of being in the Now, and learning in the process to place ourselves on the vibrational frequency that works best for us, instead of being hauled about across the spectrum of Up and Down, which our quarks might well have been responsible for. The electrons in our atoms are doing this all the time, shifting from one energy state to another (high or low), gaining or forsaking photons in so doing. Mirror the situation, since it is the same for us.
When we were less aware of this energetic flux, we faced a foothold situation, invaded by an aggressive force that had to be contained. In failing to contain it, we flew into rages, floods of tears, black depressions and/or manic mania. Mental health became a visible problem because we were all actively exhibiting the worst of its symptoms. That's no bad thing, as we tend to agree, for it highlights the root of the problem to illuminate its source - a generic issue with negativity we were less than well equipped to handle.
Now, living in the paradigm shift we've been pushed into one way or another, the mechanics of electromagnetism, quantum entanglement, gravity and uncertainty have ceased to be the strangers they once were. We've come to accept the quantum nature of our natural state, and are learning to live with it to a greater or lesser extent, depending on the openness of mind and the keenness we have to follow rabbit holes into the unknown.
WIth the world as it is, we have to consider ourselves on track to take the force of whatever needs to happen next, knowing it's out of our hands. Circumstances we may have faced in relation to others and within ourselves have provided the necessary information to identify a foothold situation and avoid it at all costs. We're not likely to repeat our mistakes given the key performance indicators in our stories of the past. Inherent factors in the price we paid for being blind to painful lessons until we passed the point of no return were relevant to our personal growth process whether we wished for them or not, and if retrocausality is real, which it is, our movement is neither linear nor one-directional, it's a well of probabilities we have to work our way through as we go bouncing along in the rubber ring of toroidal Time.
So if you feel stuck, fear not, the stickiness won't last. Freedoms we're heading for will have prices of their own, very different from the ones already paid. Perhaps we'll find the penalties easier to take, granting our rights to the game as the game grants us the right to play within it. Perhaps living in the Now as we are learning to do will earn us passage to free-fall skywards, beyond the grip of gravity that holds us fast in physics only. Above the physics, metaphysics awaits, lofty and transparent, seen to be invisible until we are upon it, immersed, bound by synchronicity and fuelled by energies we barely understand. Once there, we know the flight won't last - we've been here before, younger and less wise to its tempestuous temporarity, flocking in our droves to states of mind we didn't know we shared with so many others. Now we find we're not alone on this wave we ride; it will take us where we've never been before, in the company of others to accompany the realms we were ever duty bound to seek.
So walk with grace, wings on your feet, as walking on air, each step another breath, a mere spacetime point to step back from and observe, to take in your stride in following kindly the lord of the dance, wherever he may be, whatever form he takes for you, and trust. Above all, trust. Your path is unique, but the fractal of universal existence is woven into the galactic fabric ahead of the words we speak, so in silence we may work with it, and thanks we may give to those who work with us et al.
Kathy is the author of Quantumology. She met up with quantum mechanics in 1997, pledging allegiance to its sources thereafter. These are her personal thoughts and testimonies.