Inelia Benz ~Symptoms of Timeline Jumping: Oh boy it’s timeline bazaar

I had to smile when I read this recent post by Inelia, since I felt led to offer a Timeline Tune-In and Tune-Up special during May 2016. It seems I’m not the only one noticing all the fluidity and possibilities right now. Inelia goes into detail about some of the physical effects of making unprepared (or even consciously chosen) timeline leaps, and I find that the more consciously prepared and intentional the shift, the gentler the body changes.

As the densest aspects of ourselves, our bodies tend to prefer slower, less radical transitions, but sometimes the body requires a very quick timeline jump in order to recover from a disabling disease or life threatening injury. Sometimes the soul wants out of a situation so badly and for so long that the fastest and easiest route from here to there involves some seriously non-linear action.

In any case, I love a well executed timeline jump, because I’m an impatient little faery in my personal life, and collectively, we don’t have “time” to mess around anymore. Given an opportunity to create and embody heaven on earth, why would we continue to flirt and dance with doomsday scenarios? Given the chance to bring beauty, health and rejuvenation into being, why would we settle for anything less?

Anyway, here’s Inelia.

And here’s a link to the Timeline Tune-In and Tune-Up special if you decide to hop, skip and jump your way to preferred realities.

8 responses to this post.

  1. Reblogged this on Reiki Dawn and commented:
    Sharing. I am very aware of timeline jumping and parallel timelines. I’ve been playing in them back and forth over the past year. Not aware at those moments what was happening. Thinking I was possibly losing my mind. But understanding it’s real. I made a huge timeline jump at the end of April. I’m experiencing a number of the symptoms. It is fascinating. To learn about. Enjoy and thank you Laura and Inelia


  2. Posted by Nikkoale on May 26, 2016 at 12:44 am

    Sync! ‘Nuff said. 🙂 Love ya, Laura!


  3. Reblogged this on Illuminations Now!!.


  4. Posted by chancewriter on May 26, 2016 at 10:28 am

    This could not be more “timely” for me! I am just becoming familiar with my own multiple timelines, and feel the way opening for me to learn to move among them. Thanks for pointing me toward more information, Laura!


  5. Posted by Kieron on May 27, 2016 at 11:23 am

    The only jump or leap I have noticed for myself is the sudden reappearance of an old friend who I “met” online years ago, but we never connected in person despite living in the same city. Then we lost touch altogether. For various reasons, I was setting up intentions and seeking to manifest a variety of things, and one of these was that any old friends who had lost touch would turn up. Sure enough, it happened. Possibly our timelines merged long enough for a leap to occur, or something. Another thing I have noticed is that the organic garden center I frequent has had to put up notices on two occasions (back in early May) that “it’s still early in the growing season” (for hereabouts, anyway!) because customers were getting anxious about missing out on plants, or thought it was too late to grow this or that. Maybe some people are unconsciously picking up on timelines shifting or feeling they’re in the wrong one.

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  6. So glad it was timely, chancewriter! Hope to see you in the faery garden soon!

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  7. Interesting, Kieron! Well, what’s funny is that we have had such crazy weather here — so cold for so long and then suddenly hot, that depending on the little microclimate of the yard(s), I have renegade tulips and daffodils just getting ready to bloom, while things the super hot loving plants are also blooming. The blue house yard is a good microclimate for fruit trees, because they leafed out and blossomed way after the other trees in our yard — perfect for avoiding frost. Maybe I will need to sneak in a peach tree there, because it’s a good spot for one! Anyway, we have multiple timelines all over the place just in our yard, LOL!


  8. […] and if you missed my earlier post from Inelia Benz about timeline jumping, you can read that here. Also, Zen Gardner recently posted a Carlos Tavares piece on The Mandela Effect & the Merging […]


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