Many, many years ago, I had a thought run through my head that time is an abstract concept of man as a way of just keeping track of things.
Now bear in mind, this was the pre-internet days, where the information wasn’t as readily available as it is now, though as I’m doing more research and coming across people putting their information out there, that the concept of time isn’t actually real, and that there are in reality many different aspects to time, and a lot of times it is dependent on the observer and the activities on is engaged in.
Of course, what really got me interested in the concept of time was my own experiences of being in the zone, especially when out on the playing field, where time doesn’t behave in the linear fashion as we think it should.
And of course, lately, more and more people are beginning to talk about it and study it more in depth, such as Stephen Kolter
How to open up to the next level of performance
The Neurochemistry Of Flow States
Though if one wants to really get into the perceived weird and interesting nature of time, or the lack therefor of it, one only has to begin looking into the works of such people as Anthony Peake
Mystery and Meaning in Time, Space and Matter – Part 1
Mystery and Meaning in Time, Space and Matter – Part 2
So time isn’t what we think it is, if it is anything at all, because:
Time is an abstract concept of man as a way of keeping track of things