Do you ever feel so rushed that you can’t stop to think? That you don’t have enough time to do your job well–or even to read this paragraph carefully? That’s because you spend your time either speeding forward or thinking about the past few minutes, without really concentrating on living in the present moment.
We all have the capacity to look at time–and, by doing so, to step into a new awareness of it and experience its next dimension, time freedom. But we cannot just look with our eyes and understand with our mind, we must experience it with all the facets of our being; with all our senses, with our perceptions, our feelings, and our heart. Timeshifting is the method for doing this, and how you can learn timeshifting is what this breakthrough book is about.
In Timeshifting, Stephan Rechtschaffen teaches us that time is subjective, not objective, and that we can take back control of our lives by changing the way we think about time. We can relearn how to live our lives to their fullest potential; to have the time to enjoy ourselves, our families, and our jobs. Timeshifting is not about time management; it won’t teach you how to do more in a shorter period of time. It will, however, give you back all the time you need to accomplish what you want, and you’ll find that you are more relaxed, less stressed-out, and better able to enjoy the best things in life.
Stephan Rechtschaffen, M.D., is the cofounder, chairman of the board, and CEO of the Omega Institute. The author of Timeshifting, he leads Omega’s renowned week-long Wellness Program in conjunction with Marc Cohen, M.A.Marc Cohen, M.A., is a senior faculty member… More about Stephan Rechtschaffen
"Stephan Rechtschaffen elegantly demonstrates that by learning to make conscious decisions in present-centered awareness, we can create joy in our lives and become masters of our own destiny. Highly recommended." –Deepak Chopra, M.D., author of The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success
"Stephan Rechtschaffen offers an original, transformative message of vital significance to our lives and these times." –Daniel Goleman, M.D., author of Emotional Intelligence
"In our fast-paced, overscheduled world, we so easily lose touch with a capacity we all share, a capacity that should never be lost: the ability to live life to the fullest. By focusing on our experience of time, Stephan Rechtschaffen offers an unusually insightful, commonsense approach to recovering this priceless gift. –Jon Kabat-Zinn, Author of Wherever You Go, There You Are