The purpose of "wrong" timing.

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The train runs early when you have arrived right on time. Some salesman calls you on the phone, just as you are expecting another important call. When you have a doctor's appointment to go to, a friend will drop into your house for a chat.

All of these events can happen to us. This article tries to understand what is really going on here under the surface of the events.

Being in the wrong place at the wrong time is only an opinion

Why is timing almost always wrong?

For example, somebody invariably calls at the exact moment when you enter the shower for instance, or if you are using the vacuum cleaner early, somebody unexpected will call on the phone, and so you might miss hearing it then.

The greatness of anything is linked into time always in a smaller way.

This very smallness is what makes you then think that you are important, too important to let the bigness disappear like this through bad timing. You visit the small through allowing the bigger connection to stay in place.

When you allow the smallness to become too big because you do not allow its timing to be as it is, but allow it to magnify the event out of its place, you then miss the greater connection of the small, or this part of the infinite to the oneness.

All is connected, and even so called wrong timing is always right timing because it still fits into the bigger picture scenario no matter what is happening on this smaller scale or level.

Getting angry when things seemingly go wrong

Why do we get so angry when things seemingly go constantly wrong like this as described up in the first section of this short article?

Do we ever really ever miss out on something because of the so-called timing being off like this, so to speak?

Timing is perfectly aligned to your learning curve.

The reason you get angry is because this event is pushing you onwards and upwards.

Every life experience provides such a learning lesson for you, there-by giving you the continued chance at further self-growth.

We are here to learn how to apply love's truths from this ever growing wisdom pool that we all will continually put together, when and if, we learn something new from an experience, that has been presented to us. Each new experience gives us another new chance to learn something new from.

Anger is a sort of energy that fuels progress when it is used as a window of awareness into yourself. When you get angry inside it opens up such a new window for you.

You can then choose to either angrily close this window then, or to look through it to see again the greater lesson of this so called missed synchronicity that really is still being linked for you in such a way that it stretches the link. It does this so that you must look past the link to the next connecting link that is just up ahead.

Seeing through the window of time allows you to see the full chain. This prevents you from just being stuck in one link alone by the event that is currently annoying you.

Seeing anything as wrong is often a sign of our own feeling of, "self-importance."

"All self-importance is a form of self-pity in disguise."

This quote is from the Indian born, spiritual teacher and writer, Deepak Chopra.

We feel self-important outwardly, because inwardly we do not really think that we are. We are really in this case avoiding the being of our real selves.

Whenever we do this, we build an outer exterior structure that seems to be a grand one. We try to compete with others, and to be better than anyone else. We want to look better to feel better.

This though never works. We need to see things exactly as they are, not as being wrong or right. These are merely labels.

Everything happens because it connectively happens. This is the law of cause and effect.

Connectedness is what makes oneness, oneness.

Love joins all of its parts together.

The law of cause and effect merely adds another factor to what love is doing.

It is the glue stick that God, or our soul takes in its hands, as it then grabs what we have done and then glues it back to us, with the glue stick of karma, rather than of love, and so this always reconnects us whether we see it or not, back again into oneness.

When we accept love's lessons without any remonstrance though, this glue of karma doesn't stick to us then, and so neither are we bound then either by the law of cause and effect.

We love from outside of time, and by our doing this, we accept fully then whatever has happened to us from within time.

Photo credits: Photos used here have all been taken from the free media site, Wiki Commons media.

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Bad Timing, Bigger Picture, Cause And Effect, Connectedness, Karma, Love, Oneness, Purpose, Time, Timing

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I have been interested in the spiritual fields for over thirty five years now. My writing is mostly in this area.

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author avatar cnwriter..carolina
12th Sep 2014 (#)

you have covered so much here my friend...well done...i do think everything happens in perfect timing otherwise it would not...

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author avatar spirited
12th Sep 2014 (#)

thanks Carolina.

I agree it all must happen within perfect timing, otherwise who would be the one messing it up or interfering?

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author avatar cnwriter..carolina
12th Sep 2014 (#)

therein lies the question...ha!

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author avatar Fern Mc Costigan
12th Sep 2014 (#)

Interesting piece my dear Spirited, nice post, cheers!

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author avatar spirited
12th Sep 2014 (#)

thanks Fern, I appreciate your comments

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author avatar Fern Mc Costigan
12th Sep 2014 (#)

Interesting piece my dear Spirited, nice post, cheers!

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author avatar RBB1010
12th Sep 2014 (#)

Timing is so important, thanks for a very good article.

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author avatar spirited
12th Sep 2014 (#)

yes, thanks RBB1010

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author avatar Phyl Campbell
12th Sep 2014 (#)

This "It is the glue stick that God, or our soul takes in its hands, as it then grabs what we have done and then glues it back to us, with the glue stick of karma, rather than of love, and so this always reconnects us whether we see it or not, back again into oneness." -- brought a wonderful image to my mind.

Last week, I was feeling very nervous about some things, but also very excited about some opportunities. But like any self-diminishing pessimist, I kept waiting for the other shoe to drop. My family and I were on the interstate -- about to pull off at the exit to avoid a traffic jam -- when we got cut off my a van driving on the shoulder who cut off at least six vehicles. In jinx-worthy unison, my husband and I inquired aloud "where's a cop when you need one?" But we had seen a police office in the left lane. Even though traffic was stalled, we knew that being cut off by a van probably wasn't enough to warrant the officer's attention. And then my husband and I questioned the bad karma we would have wishing someone would get what was coming to them.
We were still having the conversation when we saw the officer behind us, lights on. And we were questioning whether the van driver's karma had any effect on our karma when we saw the passenger of the van attempting to pour out the contents of her open container.
Sometimes someone else's DUI is just someone else's DUI. But the thing I was really excited and nervous about has not yet been resolved one way or the other. Self-fulfilling prophecies, though, can be ugly things. ;)

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author avatar Phyl Campbell
12th Sep 2014 (#)

"cut off BY a van"

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author avatar spirited
12th Sep 2014 (#)

interesting experience Phyl, our thoughts are very powerfully aligned to our karma most of the time, unless we cut them off with the love coming from our hearts

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author avatar Retired
12th Sep 2014 (#)

Or maybe things just happen!

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author avatar spirited
12th Sep 2014 (#)

well that's true too, thanks John

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author avatar Retired
12th Sep 2014 (#)

I've just written a post that illustrates how a chain of coincidences can produce a fortuitous result - it has not yet been published, but you might enjoy reading it when it is!

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author avatar cnwriter..carolina
12th Sep 2014 (#)

i look forward to that John...for everything moves in its perfect timing...

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author avatar spirited
12th Sep 2014 (#)

in the same vein as your comment above, but maybe there are no co-incidences, thanks John

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author avatar Stella Mitchell
12th Sep 2014 (#)

I am so glad that even in the not so good experiences , spirited ...I can trust that God is working for my good , because I love Him , and He loves me ..paraphrase of Romans 8 v 28
However , I still believe people can be in the wrong place at the wrong time with dire consequences , if they are not seeking God's will and direction .....
Just thinking out loud .....
Bless you
Stella ><

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author avatar spirited
12th Sep 2014 (#)

yes, if God wasn't always working for our good, what good would he be as our God?

thanks Stella

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author avatar Stella Mitchell
13th Sep 2014 (#)

God is good all the time , but there are millions who don't believe in Him or acknowledge that He is God and He is good , spirited , hence , ....
Those who love Him as their Saviour are able to receive His goodness , even when the storm clouds are all around .
God bless you
Stella ><

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author avatar Helen Thomas
12th Sep 2014 (#)

Thanks for sharing this very interesting post ~ Spirited. I agree that every life experience provides a learning lesson for us.

May God richly bless you.

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author avatar Helen Thomas
12th Sep 2014 (#)

Thanks for sharing this very interesting post ~ Spirited. I agree that every life experience provides a learning lesson for us.

May God richly bless you.

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author avatar spirited
12th Sep 2014 (#)

thanks Helen,

if we aren't here to learn I couldn't see much point in it all. God is the ultimate perfect teacher I feel...

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