Living On Time & Living In Time
Any food eaten On Time and In Time is a superfood.
You are When you eat is more important than What you eat.
1) Eating On Time is eating according to Biologic Time Structure — the 24-hour “circadian frequency domain” is the most crucial for health and longevity.
2) Eating In Time is eating according to Intuition — knowing when to “push through” and when to step back.
“Is it better to be in time or on time,” I asked Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty).
“In time is better,” he replied. “If you’re on time for an appointment, the other fellow may be late. If you’re in time, you both arrive at the same time.”
Intuition is easier for the Eastern Mind to grasp than the Western Mind, but, fortunately for Westerners, Living In Time is fostered by Living On Time.
Meditation helps too. It helps a lot.
Carl Jung (in his “Foreword” to the Wilhelm/Baynes edition of the I Ching) wrote …
“If a handful of matches is thrown to the floor, they form the pattern characteristic of that moment. But such an obvious truth as this reveals its meaningful nature only if it is possible to reveal the pattern and to verify its interpretation, partly by the observer’s knowledge of the subjective and objective situation, partly by the character of subsequent events. It is obviously not a procedure that appeals to a critical mind used to experimental verification of facts or to factual evidence.”
Adano said, “The owl is symbolic of the medicine man or wise man. The eagle is symbolic of clear vision, reaching for the heights.
“The owl is never asleep at night. That’s knowing Who you are when you’re sound asleep.
“First learn the owl, then the eagle.
“The unlimited insight of intuition is the eagle. The journey is a change from Who to What.”
I asked, “If the owl is the Who, and the eagle is the What, what is the When?”
“The lynx. The owl is the intellect. The eagle is the intuition. The lynx is the bridge between them.”