Liminal experiences are dynamic throughout their development, and can unfold simultaneously in the work and personal life domains, or just in one of them. Unlike liminal experiences in the anthropological realm, which are associated with specific places through the celebration of rituals, in many instances, liminars juggle their activities in different locations, oscillating between more and less familiar settings. Liminal experiences are characterized by the breakage of consolidated order with its hierarchy, status recognition, and sets of rules. Time is ripe for comprehending individuals’ perception of liminal experience, instead of acknowledging the association between a certain role or state, and liminality. The growing interest for liminality that has been recorded in a wide range of fields has allowed to expand on the knowledge of the core elements undergirding a liminal experience, which are a feeling of spacelessness and timelessness.