"But at this precise moment, you also realize that you can change your future by bringing the past into the present. Past and future exist only in our memory. The present moment, though, is outside of time, it's Eternity." - Paulo Coelho
"It isn't what you did in the past that will affect the present. It's what you do in the present that will redeem the past and thereby change the future." - Paulo Coelho
Time is represented by change.
Time is connected to the theory of relativity, space, and the Universe. Embedded into that time are smaller units of measurement: years, months, weeks, days, hours, minutes, seconds...milliseconds.
Moments within time can also be broken down into milliseconds, which is a useful chronological measurement related to cycle speeds and microprocessors. To give you some background, microprocessors are the "brain" of a computer and measure the speed and capabilities of that specific computer. This technology accepts data as input, processes it according to the information stored in its memory, and provides results as an output, equivalent to one complete cycle. That one cycle is measured in milliseconds to determine how long it takes for that device to go through the complete cycle and give results based on the data input.
Since time is measured by change and those microprocessors work from a change of data input to tell the computer to respond in a certain manner, no wonder they use milliseconds. That small measurement of time and change can quickly impact the complete functionality of a computer.
Just as microprocessors operate in cycles measured by milliseconds, we as humans operate in cycles as well. As data enters our being, we process, sort, analyze and evaluate it according to previous experiences, and react based on what we analyzed. These cycles we partake in all add up to the present, even if they are old cycles that we continue to gather and accept data for. These milliseconds are crucial to making sure we perform at our fastest speeds with the utmost capabilities. Those same milliseconds included in one moment or cycle are then compounded to create something powerful...magical.
There are 1,000 milliseconds in one second and 86,400,000 milliseconds in one day, thus, Magical Milliseconds focuses on inspiring all to create and foster positive, fruit-bearing results from those timed cycles to eliminate older cycles (habits and energies) that no longer serve us. Creators, LeShéa and Ashley, have the intention of using that magical time to educate, enlighten and entertain the world via culturally-relevant teaching pedagogy and authentic, consistent relationships with all students. As well as their own collective spiritual journey through affirmations, meditation, crystal-work, Taiji and personal narratives.
Each moment of our work contains those magical milliseconds that lead to new cycles. Each moment grants us a new opportunity to break previous cycles and create the world and life we desire. There are 31,536,000,000 milliseconds in one year, so, imagine all of the possibilities.
Magical Milliseconds realizes that those milliseconds in any cycle are vital to our existence and our expected result.
Welcome to the place where intention meets impact.
1,000 msec = 1 sec
60,000 msec = 1 minute
3,600,000 msec = 1 hour
86,400,000 msec = 1 day
604,800,000 msec = 1 week
2,628,000,000 msec = 1 month
31,536,000,000 msec = 1 year