Originally posted by Spacespider
reply to post by tw0330
It could be fun to do a little experiment with you
We all agree a date and time where you preform this thing you do again, and you focus deeply on making everything stop and perhaps shake the world up some.
And the rest of us place our self in a small quiet room with closed eyes and see if we feel/sense anything
Better we find out if you got superpowers before the military does
Originally posted by Hijinx
Certainly a weird experience, you've outline here.
Not to sound like a prick, but I would think it more likely the experience was not caused by you, but rather you all experienced it at the same time. If two individuals were aware of the event, recount similar emotions towards the event perhaps something did happen and you were merely another consciousness perceiving the event. Perhaps you were more aware of the event being you were in a relaxed meditative state.
Ego is bad, if it's so large to assume you changed time. More deep breathing, and more letting go are in order for you.
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
A quick note to offer some support before I have to get back to school work (they're gonna ask what grade I'm trying to get being on ATS with campus computers one of these days..lol) Anyway. Yes, others felt it. No you're not alone and this definitely wasn't the first. I've only had catnaps for a few days going into the final terms and stuff with school so I was wide awake last night. I wish I could articulate this better, but in a rare moment for me....I just can't quite put into words what the hell I felt last night.
I figured it was just me and stress over finals and term projects tho....Lots of that this year.
Originally posted by MazMaric
although if time stopped, would people even notice?
I have been feeling this nonsense since about February. It sucks, I have no idea what it is, I can't really describe it, but your description is probably the best I've come across yet.
Originally posted by tw0330
reply to post by Hijinx
Not a problem, I understand.
As far as your experience. Obviously I have no way to tell if it was the same thing or not, but I will say that what you explained would be a way to describe it.
I was meditating and was extremely relaxed at the time, so I could have felt it much more intensely than most would have, but then again I don't know.
Words can not quite describe what I felt completely.
I guess I could say it like this. Imagine a movie reel. each picture in that movie real comes together to create a movie. Now imagine that the movie was time, and the individual pictures used to create the movie was a moment in time.
Now imagine that a couple of those "pictures" were cut out and the film strip was put back together to create the movie with the missing pictures. The "movie" would have a moment where it seems off a bit because of the one or two missing "pictures". in essence it would skip over something that should be there. Some may notice others may not.
This is how it felt as if a moment or two in time was simply skipped over and non existent (though it should have been there).
Not sure exactly how to explain it (especially since I have no clue what it was), but hopefully this will help