November 18, 2011
The present is often experienced through a veil of the past, recreating seemingly identical struggles that, if not fully realized, could continue to color our future. Author Bryan Hubbard has defined a theory and 21-day program to allow readers to live their full potential in the present, without reliving past struggles, in his book Time-Light. While many self-help books explain how we as human beings carry our past like invisible baggage, the Time-Light model is one that deals with the energetic nature of our being. It suggests that we have three time bodies from which we receive and experience life: our past, present, and potential (future) time-bodies. As we grow older we become heavy in our experiences as the weight of the past hinders our opportunity to experience all that is in the present moment.
Through his theory, Bryan Hubbard thoroughly explains how the three time bodies relate to one another, and more importantly, what we can do to change our thoughts in order to fall in love with life once again. His 21-day program is an empowering and realistic approach that helps readers bring their focus back to the present moment through exercises such as thought-watching, forgiveness, and gratitude, with each practice building on the last. Bryan Hubbard has done a great job creating a unique tool to help release readers from the binds of our past so we may experience life from a place of pure love.