posted on Dec, 11 2010 @ 10:25 AM
Once while smoking with some friends in a car, we were listening to the music on the radio, and I swear that after only 10 minutes, it had seemed like
we'd been there for half an hour. Later, waiting at the que for McDonalds, usually it seems like just a few minutes to wait for my meal, but waiting
in the line, waiting for the food seemed like forever. I had a flashback at that moment, that was exactly how things felt like when I was a child. So,
if the movement of the planets is a constant, perhaps our minds are altering time. For example, lets say for that one minute of waiting, my mind
focused clearly on waiting, all in that zone of reality, thinking, imagining, possibly dreaming things and seeing all the details, however, now, as I
have trained myself to try and pass time quickly whilst waiting in a que, my mind "switches off" for those few minutes, and to me it seems like I was
only waiting a few seconds. When I am at home, in my room, relaxing, I can have that experience of time slowing, and things are much richer, however,
when it comes to experiences that I don't look forward to, things seem faster. I even fear that I am saying things that I am not even conscious of
speaking, or doing things that I am even not conscious of doing, like I am trying to escape away from unpleasant situations.
So, knowing that time is relative, imagine this: What if you mind could make you process time really really slow, so slow that you actually left the
reality that you were in (death). Also, what if you mind made you process time really really fast, so that you actually "escaped" the reality that you
were in (ascention)...
edit on 11-12-2010 by SystemResistor because: (no reason given)