Nonlinear time

#1
Lately I've been thinking increasingly about how time seems to be an odd dimension. it doesn't behave like the other ones, that we can perceive. TimeLINE, past, present, future.

Why shouldn't time bend, warp, and tears like the other dimensions?

I'm thinking that time seems to be flat because of our limited senses, limited technology.

Time doesn't seem to be a force, because it has no particle. We understand the fabric of space, and then spacetime is usually a single thing. If space bends, why not time?

And this is how I'm thinking about past life experiences now. If we perceive warped time, maybe all times are now, and our "memories" of long ago lives aren't necessarily that. I feel like there's some hidden explanation for this issue, but I can't quite make that leap there.

I am hoping that people will discuss ideas that are similar, or vastly different, so that there can be some understanding and expansion.

#2
[QUOTE=Creep;1102988]Physical time is just a magnetic field. It's like a flower growing in time.
[/QUOTE]
The electromagnetic force has a carrier particle (virtual photon)

#3
I think its all happening. what has happened what is happening what will happen

a million different versions of the happening all at once


sometimes I see them sometimes I don't... like a mirage


it can make choosing very difficult, until I realize that whatever choice is made, has its million different timelines, and regardless of what has happened there is still a happening while this all happens

#4
I agree, opiumchild.

Somehow, though, I feel like i'm not able to fully explain it to myself yet. It's still new and confusing. Like somehow it has to be like the double slit experiment. Time takes ALL paths at once.
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#5
I think so. I have memories of things that never happened and visions of things that haven't happened yet. but yet I can see it so clearly sometimes, right before my eyes like im walking through a movie... some things happen some don't, but I see it all just the same, the tiniest decision or word can change my path, but I don't feel that path is ever cut off, another decision can switch it back, or yet to another

and yet I am here and that is then

dreams can also prove very interesting in regards to time.

#6
I wonder if we stopped watching clocks if time would be observed to shift more. Personal experiences lend credence to there being something there, but if its ever going to move out of the realm of Dr. Who and other sci-fi, something has to be detectable, repeatable. I believe it, because I feel like it happens to me. It's like the idea is there, but im not getting the clarity, that eureka moment. the concentration is making me look like [FONT=arial]ಠ_ಠ lol[/FONT]

#7
This is an interesting topic but I think that there's often some confusion between what we would like to be and what really is. I can't go further in my explanation but at a certain point it becomes impossible to separate what really belong to past life what belong to our imagination (what inspire us), maybe due to a lack of understandings or tools.

#9
Does anyone here Astral, Astrol or Remote View.
Those are excellent ways to experience time.
I have observed time changing. I and Art students
in my classes regularly observed segments of time,
like short film strips, as in micro-second layers.

I do believe that time is an energy, more subtle than
gravity. It is not made up any particle we have discovered.
It is more like thought picture energy, and like picture thought
energy, it is actual, not an illusion.

One of the interesting aspects about time is that it can be frozen
by a Personal Intention, and momentarily thawed to reveal it's stored
information and then freeze again.

Be in harmony,
be in beauty.
roger.

#10
[QUOTE=Psychic Child;1103420]Does anyone here Astral, Astrol or Remote View.
Those are excellent ways to experience time.
I have observed time changing. I and Art students
in my classes regularly observed segments of time,
like short film strips, as in micro-second layers.

I do believe that time is an energy, more subtle than
gravity. It is not made up any particle we have discovered.
It is more like thought picture energy, and like picture thought
energy, it is actual, not an illusion.

One of the interesting aspects about time is that it can be frozen
by a Personal Intention, and momentarily thawed to reveal it's stored
information and then freeze again.

Be in harmony,
be in beauty.
roger.[/QUOTE]
You don't stop time, you stop motion.
You don't visit back in times, you just pull out info (or frames of the video shown before (fast backward))
(like going to a previous page of a book)
Nothing moves. There are only frames.
You move. You are time.
If you stop at one frame, time will appear to stop.
The book dont move by itself.
You move it.
You are time.
You are the only energy.
You are the only change.
And this energy can change into mass.
You are everything.

#12
Nameless1112,
When I move through time as an observer, it stands still.
When I enter a time as a participant it moves faster than
I do.
Time past is created and stays as it is, to be viewed as much
as you like. Time approaching is fluid until it joins "my" reality.
The experiencing of a specific time, as in entering a "Beings
Creation" is so hard to explain, unless you do it. 20 of the
students entering a painting saw the same Artists vision and
intentions. But outside of that captured vision, time continued
to move and each student viewer saw time changing in a current
time reality.
All of us were very aware of our experiences, and made a written
record of our individual experience. We made comparisons of our
experience the next day in class discussions. In our analyzing our
experiences, we saw time as an object, to be examined. Since
we were telepathic, we could experience what each of us saw,
but we tried to keep it verbal.
Be in harmony,
be in beauty.
roger
note:
A most interesting experience, having 4th grade students talk about
the flexibility and solidness of their multi-time experience through the
mode of Remote Viewing.
Beauty,
PC.

#13
[QUOTE=Psychic Child;1103581]Nameless1112,
When I move through time as an observer, it stands still.
When I enter a time as a participant it moves faster than
I do.
Time past is created and stays as it is, to be viewed as much
as you like. Time approaching is fluid until it joins "my" reality.
The experiencing of a specific time, as in entering a "Beings
Creation" is so hard to explain, unless you do it. 20 of the
students entering a painting saw the same Artists vision and
intentions. But outside of that captured vision, time continued
to move and each student viewer saw time changing in a current
time reality.
All of us were very aware of our experiences, and made a written
record of our individual experience. We made comparisons of our
experience the next day in class discussions. In our analyzing our
experiences, we saw time as an object, to be examined. Since
we were telepathic, we could experience what each of us saw,
but we tried to keep it verbal.
Be in harmony,
be in beauty.
roger
note:
A most interesting experience, having 4th grade students talk about
the flexibility and solidness of their multi-time experience through the
mode of Remote Viewing.
Beauty,
PC.[/QUOTE]
How long can you stop time?
How long can you watch time stopped?

You see where is this going?

In the absolute there is no time, only data and stuff,

consciousness is time.

There is no time outside you,

you are the time, and you choose how to view the world,

what you did was just pause the video (subjective world),

but observation itself is a process and time.

#14
Time-Past is no longer flexable, Nameless1112.
you can bring up the same time-segment as
often as you request.
Remember the paintings in Hogwart? How they were
like little film clips? Time-Past that I've observed is like that.
With intention you can take that film-clip time segement and
look at it frame by frame. You can enter the individual frame
to tap into the intentions suspended within it.

Rock symbols are easy to Remote View into. Often their intentions
are not spiritual or dramatic. Clusters of them are often telepathic
icon symbols of the On-Tour-Visiting Beings, who just want to make
their mark.
;-) ;-)
Be in harmony,
be in beauty.
roger
note:
Within your and my observations there are
similarities, just different circumstances,
different Intentions. Time as you see it
through your intention, is different from mine
and my classes intention. That is all.
Beauty,
PC.

#15
[QUOTE=Psychic Child;1103737]
Rock symbols are easy to Remote View into. Often their intentions
are not spiritual or dramatic. Clusters of them are often telepathic
icon symbols of the On-Tour-Visiting Beings, who just want to make
their mark.
[/QUOTE]

rock symbols, like painted onto rock, or carved in, like heiroglyphics, cuneiform, or runes?

#16
[QUOTE=CatTheMinion;1103752]rock symbols, like painted onto rock, or carved in, like heiroglyphics, cuneiform, or runes?[/QUOTE]

Any and all, CatTheMinion. The intentions are in empathy-telepathic
pictures, so usually they are clearly readable. The only ones that are
difficult are the intentions that are allegorical myth references. Like the Mayan.
This Remote Viewing psi-ability is very easy to learn for someone with
your psi-abilities. Just another type of Intention Focus. . . . :-)
Be in harmony,
be in beauty.
PC.

#18
Yes of course it's all light travel, sound too, go to a beach if you don't believe me, you can vibe with everyone there soaking up the same rays, or ever go to a concert and feel at one with the crowd? Words are my thing though, feeling thoughts are for the philosophical arts.
The point is for us is opposite of group think. We want you to be free because it's not so much fun after a whole, talking to ra ras.

Its radical to connect individually at a soul level, in the beginning there was word

#22
Does time = space?

For some reason, time seems to be a product of the way our planet and sun are spiraling through the cosmos. Like...would time on Pluto be perceived as different, because of the different rate of movement?

I am no authority on the subject, just an interested observer!

#23
[QUOTE=Sheek;1103933]Does time = space?

For some reason, time seems to be a product of the way our planet and sun are spiraling through the cosmos. Like...would time on Pluto be perceived as different, because of the different rate of movement?

I am no authority on the subject, just an interested observer![/QUOTE]

Time is an man-made construct. On this planet the "Day", one revelation
of the planet was divided into segments.
Each planet with is going to have a different rotation rate. So that one
rotation "Day" is going to be different from ours, and many others.
The beings that inhabit planets each have their own average "day"
length, that seems to be divided to their convenience as the number
units in their "Day".

There is a Galactic time that space travelers use. I don't know
what it is based on, but it is not made of 24 hours but it is based on
a base unit of unit of measure that is close to our second and is roughly
similar to what a 18 hour Day would be for us. [ I think]

When I join a exploration team that is to record a developing planet's changing
Flora/Fauna, we divided the planet's Day rotation into measured segments. We
use a simple percentage as a workable unit. 50% of a full rotation, down to a
1% unit. That is fine enough to categorize the living rhythms of planet life.
Be in harmony,
be in beauty.
PC.

#25
[QUOTE=CatTheMinion;1104003]i thought our seconds were now calibrated to the breakdown of cesium.[/QUOTE]

That is true, and thanks for the reminder. ;-)
We have adapted it to fit a 24 hour day, one rotation of our planet.
It will work using the visited planets "Day" rotation using the % adaptation.

!00% of a planets rotation results in so many consistent Cesium units.
50% of the day is high noon and a specific number of Cesium units.
1% another cesium unit of measure.

The idea is to adapt our observation time to the rhythm of the planet
we are observing.
Be in harmony,
be in beauty.
roger

#26
time is relevant to each observer, though i suppose if everyone is in the same gravitational field the only difference would be if you were on a train and the other guy wasn't. [FONT=arial]¯\_(ツ)_/¯[/FONT]

Re: Nonlinear time

#27
I agree with opiumchild, being that if a certain event happened to your spouse (just for thought) when they were 10 and you think back to when you were 10. What makes is the difference between their “10” and yours? If that doesn’t make sense think of it like this: My spouse is 22 so when she was 10 I was 9. But if space can bend why couldn’t time bend to the point that when she was 10 I was actually 11 or 12 or 2?? We all have a engraved sense of time because we live off a 24/7 “time zone”

Hopefully this makes sense it is my first comment! If you want more explanation just reply!
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