Update on the latest space/time magic experiment

Posted on August 1, 2013
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I was recently interviewed on Disinfo about some of my current space/time magic work. In that interview I shared some of my ideas about how movement and stillness can play a role in space/time work.  I want to share some more information here on my continued modification of the space/time web tool I’ve been using. I’ve continued using the memory box, which is a tool  developed for working with space and time as a web, though I’ll also note that with this experiment I’ve been doing some of it as a purely meditative, mental experience of that same construct. The reason I’ve chosen to do the latter action is because I feel that while a tool is useful, it serves mainly as a way of providing structure, which once you get that structure, makes the tool obsolete.

My focus in this experiment has been integrating stillness and movement into the technique. I feel that both of these elements are intrinsic to our experiences of space and time and as such can be useful for space/time magic we are working on. I’ve integrated stillness in as a means capturing a snapshot of a given space, wile also discovering the possibilities that exist in imaginary time around that space. Time, which is the flow of activity through a given space, and what is used to actually change the space is aided by movement, which is used to move a possibility into space as a form of reality. Movement allows for the assumption of form, which is used to define what is occurring in a given space.

I’ve been using these modifications on a couple of situations in my life, and I don’t have results yet, because these situations are long term, but what I’ve been doing is going to the section in the web that represents the space of the given situation and then going into a place of stillness, which I use to examine the space and discover the possibilities around it. The possibilities I don’t want are popped, and their essence is put int the possibility I do want to manifest in order to provide it momentum. Movement is used to place the possibility into the space, while time is used to activate the possibility as a reality of the space that moves the person to a new space, which becomes the new reality.

That’s what I’m currently working on. I’m still tweaking the new version of this technique, especially as it applies to the concepts of movement and stillness, but I think I’m onto something, and if nothing else its giving me a project to work on, which is always fun. I’ll report further as I continue to work with stillness and movement in the context of space/time magic.

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