Timeshift has as its basic premise an idea similar to the main thought of Secret of the Golden Flower: That we grow not by keeping our attention exclusively on what's in front of us, but by turning our "light" or consciousness around and shining it back at its source. Related also is one of the keys to energy work with the human body, that nothing comes into the physical that does not first appear in finer bodies up the line, and that incipient infirmities can actually be more easily worked with on these more etheric levels.
Consciousness goes in a great cycle or loop, according to the author's direct insight, from its source down through the levels into manifestation and then back to reconnect with unmanifest energy. So long as the reconnecting continues, the process stays open and free, and new forms can easily evolve. When, however, consciousness neglects to revisit its source, the forms of the past begin to weigh it down and evolution's options become increasingly restricted.
The author brings her information from a point very close to the source, so her descriptions are necessarily abstract-so much so that her prose often gives the reader an experience similar to that of reading poetry. You do not get the point on a simple one-to-one relationship between sentence and thought. Rather, you will get a flash of an image a couple of times on each page. This is enough. I could feel myself growing as I read! An example:
"Time causes all matter to move as pearls on a thread arranged in a spiral . . . If you shake the pearls at the center, the two ends will also jiggle.
"When we understand our interconnectedness, time can open us to its rendering value-the creative influence of time on the unmanifest. Probabilities spread themselves throughout our individual and collective universe. Interactions occur that heretofore we did not think possible. When we are no longer attempting to escape time but climb within it, the vaults open and the possible links between our venturesome spirit and our creative intelligence can come into play."
If you can relax the need to "structure" this information flow as you read it, you will actually find yourself with the author, close to the source, and prior to the formation of the hardened mental structures we create and then hold onto for dear life because we have temporarily misplaced our connection with the source.
The book has four parts or focuses: the first is the most general, dealing with the dimensions, including space and especially time. Second is a brilliant perspective on the human mind and on psychology. Third, the author goes into the bodies physical and energetic, and finally, a deeply connecting view of the changes the planet itself has initiated.
I personally feel that Timeshift is the most important book I have ever read, and I am no longer easily impressed. This book explains how we construct reality and shows us why and how to clear away the rubble from the matrices we call our minds. It also shows us in a very specific way how to then re-open the heart.
The Whole has evidently decided to become Its own healer, Its own therapist, and Timeshift is Its first book. All thoughtful and open-minded people will gain immensely from reading it.