As one looks more and more into the workings of this reality, one begins to see and experience the changing perception of time and one realises that the last thing that time is, is linear, it is far from it.
Time can speed up, it can slow down, it can open up and expand out for you, or it can close down and suffocate you.
And this changing perspective of time can take many forms and I have got to the stage where calendar time means very little to me now, I’m having to tune more and more into the movement of the sun across the horizon to gain a better perspective of the time of our reality.
What Are Space And Time – Robert Lanza
And this changing perspective isn’t something that happens overnight, it’s a gradual process which can involve many things, for instant:
At times during the waking state where I’ve had the feeling of falling away from this Earth, of where one has this floating sensation of being pulled further, further away
At the moment with calendar time, it feels like I’ve been lifted above it, I can see it going by, but biologically I’m moving at a much slower rate
Playing and participating in sport, I’ve experienced many aspects of the changing perception of time and ultimately of space, from going from being in the flow and seeing gaps appear much larger than they physically are or should be.
I’ve also gone into important games as both a coach and player, like finals, knowing that whatever happens, or the position that we were in, usually behind or having to going into extra time or penalty shoot outs, that we were going to still win them regardless.
Some of the above may or may not resonate with you and you may have your own experiences as well, but time as it is connected to the calendar, usually bears no resemblance to workings of this reality, and I don’t know about anyone else, I’ve had too many experiences to know this is so, because:
Time is not linear, it is far from it, for time can either expand out, or close down and it can be twisted and it can be warped