posted on Jan, 18 2012 @ 08:17 AM
Time speeds up because your priorities change. People these days, especially as they get older, work for the weekends. They work for
mini-achievements, goals, such as getting to lunch, or home to watch their favorite show, etc.
What happens because of this is our brain literally files away, quickly, any mundane experiences/memories and due to this, time seems to go by faster,
mainly due to us programming our minds to perceive it as so. We warp time via our memories and brain's perception in order to reach those things we
desire in the future quicker.
If you want to slow time down then you need to really focus on meditating and focusing on the moment, and not so much on things later on in the day,
or week, or month, or year. Points in time are marked, and connected, and we tend to "leap" between these points, over many memories.
To live a longer, slower life, you must experience and exist within the moment...