To get to the deeper aspects of soul journey, awareness needs to move beyond the concept of linear time.
No easy task because physical existence is currently deeply rooted in linear perceptions.
The Limits of the Static, Linear View
The Static View is limited to a linear chronology of time where time is perceived as flowing in a straight line from past to present to future.
In other words, in the Static View everything is viewed as a series of events which move in a straight line like a time line.
This static view is also limited to the physical and the three-dimensional and often not much else.
The word “static” is used to convey that in the Static Linear View there is no (or very little) sense of motion beyond physical motion.
Thus, in reference to the Akashic Records, the static view sees only a literal library and a book rather than the true energetic nature of the Akashic Records.
Going Beyond with the Dynamic View
In contrast, the dynamic view takes a step back from the physical and offers a view which supports physical and spiritual integration.
Within the Dynamic View, time becomes infinite in dimension and space is eternal.
The Dynamic View is the view of the soul, of the sacred source, of the Divine.
In the Dynamic View, time does not run in a straight line.
Instead in this present moment, time flows like a fountain from this moment outward in the 360° of a circle.
This flow is infinite and eternal.
And instead of a straight line connection, in the dynamic view each present moment is connected by awareness of this present moment and awareness of the next present moment.
From a linear perspective, this will create a random or seemingly chaotic path as each moment flows outside of any kind of straight path.
However, by beginning to shift away from a static view, the Dynamic View offers awareness of the infinite and eternal motion of the universe, of All That Is.
And while this may sound simple or even obtuse, it is the fulcrum for shifting fundamental understanding of the energy dynamics of the soul.
The Dynamic View Opens a Path to the Soul’s View
The Dynamic View opens the possibility that our knowing can take in more, beyond the three dimensions of the physical world.
The Dynamic View allows for connection in time and space and beyond, outside the limits of the linear.
The Dynamic View opens the door to experiencing life as the infinite and eternal motion of the soul and of the experience of the infinite and eternal universal flow of the Divine.
The Dynamic View supports the integration of spiritual and physical. The Static View holds back, limits, blocks.
The Dynamic View supports, opens, expands BE-ing and becoming.
Take a Moment to Reflect
Wow! Take a moment and think on these concepts.
It may well be that your mind can’t wrap itself around the ideas, especially Dynamic View.
Trying to think of time non-linearly is brain scrambling at its best!
However, given the chance, your heart may be able to feel the edges of this difference between the limitations of the Static and the unlimited possibilities of the Dynamic.
Follow Motion to Gain Awareness of the Dynamic View
Interestingly it is the awareness of motion which can be the best way to begin to understand and feel the Dynamic View.
First, remember all energy is in motion.
In this moment now is the flow energy of you within All That Is.
Take a breath and then bring your awareness to where you are Now.
Sense or feel or become aware of any motion, within you, around you, no matter how small or subtle.
When you bring your attention to this moment, you have the capacity to sense or feel or become aware of the motion of energy in this moment.
Awareness of motion in this moment can also come from awareness of what is not moving, is stuck or feels blocked.
Motion is life expressing, claiming intention, gathering what is needed to move to the next moment.
Whereas no motion is in the midst of doubt, uncertainty, and fear, and is searching for release to move again.
Ask yourself a question and feel, sense or follow the motion generated by the question.
With the Static View, questions tend to focus towards only one next possible location.
Whereas the Dynamic View opens perceptions within the infinite and eternal circle of possible motion.
The linear Static View often limits awareness to the fear of what is and isn’t.
Whereas the Dynamic View opens awareness to BE-ing and becoming, to the truth that is and the possibilities that can be.
About this article: A lot of my writing comes from what and how I am aware of my inner landscape and my personal work. You can find more articles like this here: What are Mindful Moments?