The portal into eternity lies in the moment. Higher levels of consciousness demand that we live in the moment, that place of power called timelessness. In fact, living in timelessness is a mindset or perspective that results from a specific placement of the assemblage point.
When peak spiritual experiences kick us into God consciousness, linear time can pull us back out. The solution is to have at least three 20 minute periods a day of going into timelessness until this becomes a way of life and the assemblage point is fixed.
The goal is to enter into a full awareness of the moment. Resist the temptation of entering into meditation or falling asleep – That brings about an entirely different placement of the assemblage point. (However, if you stay in timelessness for a whole day, periods of sleep are permissible.)
Start by deepening your breaths and clearing thoughts from the mind. When thoughts do arise, don’t engage them. Just observe them rising and falling like waves upon the ocean.
Blow stress out of tense areas but resist the temptation to go into a meditative state.
Gradually, as stress leaves the body, the stomach or chest will still feel tense without going into meditation. This stress is linear time. Imagine it as talons or claws gripping your body, and deliberately undo each talon through visualization, breathing any residue of tension out until it is released.
The change in the assemblage point as you now simply sit and observe your environment as a child would do, is felt as bliss trickling through the cells or the crown of the head opening.
Avoid clocks, noise, public places, phones, TV and even music. Use a timer to end the session if you have to get back to work.
Note: When doing it for the whole day, sleep when you feel like sleeping, eat when you feel like eating, and in natural light as much as it is possible. Plan to do your grocery shopping ahead of time if wish to continue for a while with this experiencee, so that you don’t have to drive or go to public places.