posted on Jul, 3 2021 @ 09:22 PM
a reply to: jesusH
I think I'd go with the "time perception" that Andy06shake mentioned.
I worked the mid-night milking shift at a dairy back when I was 15. I had a wind up alarm clock set for 11:15. It was rather loud and annoying. I
started to notice that I would hear a click sound before the annoying clatter. So I stopped winding the alarm spring and just relied on hearing the
click to wake me up in time.
I currently rent a bedroom from a divorced guy who has split custody of his daughter. Her bedroom is next to mine. Her alarm clock is set for 6:30 AM.
On mornings when she isn't there to shut off the alarm, I have to get up and shut it off. It's electronic so I don't know how to set it to go off some
days but not others. I would if I could.
Anyway, I usually wake up at 6:28 in the morning, wait a couple of minutes, then stand by to hit the button for shut off. The snooze button is easier
to reach, but not very helpful under the circumstances.
If, on the other hand, the Universe is trying to tell you something, it might just be that the track is about to reset.
edit on 3-7-2021 by pthena because: (no reason given)