Have you noticed that time is a funny thing?

When I’m doing something I don’t like it seems to take FOREVER but when I’m doing something fun it goes by in a flash.

And when it comes to the to do list — Oy.

It often seems like there’s just not enough time to check everything off on that list.

 And on top of that, the list somehow has special reproductive powers that cause it to grow longer every day while the amount of time to do it all in seems to shrink.


In this week’s episode, Dennis and I discuss how to reshape our relationship with time, what the three relationships to time are that can cause challenge, how we can shift from feeling like we don’t have enough time, to having more spaciousness with it so that we have enough time to do what we’re meant to.

The free Group Frequency Calibration® (GFC) at the end is the most important part – it will help you start to shift your relationship with time.

Without clearing the distortion patterns we can feel like we’re at its mercy.

I’m all for more spaciousness – wanna join me?!




  • Most of us feel anxious around time because it seems like there is scarcity of time, that there isn’t enough of it, and we feel a resistance to that scarcity. We feel constrained by time in a way that we don’t like.
  • If we can shift our relationship with time so we feel like there’s enough, that’s a serious game changer.
  • To understand the difference between time/space vs. space/time and why that difference can cause frustration and challenge for many of us watch the full episode.
  • Another time function that can cause friction is in relation to other peoples’ sense of time or their natural rhythm. Because we all have different rhythms or natural rates of moving from thought to action in the world, when our natural rates of speed are very different from those we’re close to – whether friends, family members, or work colleagues – this can be challenging. Understanding that different people have different natural rates at which they process the world, and what the rates of the people closest to you are, makes a tremendous difference in group coherence whether it’s with intimate partners, family or at work.
  • There is also the relationship of personal time to divine timing. When you’re in the present moment you have access to divine timing through the Eternal Now, because you have surrendered to Pure Source, to what is, which allows for you to experience more synchronicity and magic.
  • We manipulate time, people, circumstances in order to control the outcome can work but it takes a lot of energy, drive, and control, which can cause burnout. That kind of control is limiting because it’s informed by what you think you want, which is a result of the distortion patterns around you.
  • If you like to control time it’s difficult to surrender to stillness.
  • If you are not fully anchored in your body, in the collective present now, then you can feel like you’re being slammed around by time in a very challenging and uncomfortable way.
  • When we’re in the collective present now we can access infiniteness, expansion, and a sense of spaciousness with time.