Changes in the Way We Experience Time
by Cynthia Sue Larson
September 4, 2000

reality shifts

One of the ways we can tell that reality has shifting is to notice that our experience of time is not linear and sequential as usual, but instead is speeding up, slowing down, or stopping. In some cases, cross-time communication is also possible.

All through my life I've felt that time does not move mechanically, but seems instead to behave organically, as something alive and responsive to how I am feeling. There is great truth to the observation that eternity can be found when we are feeling our greatest sense of love.

I have also witnessed some amazing changes in the way I usually experience time, which I've written about in the following articles:

After these experiences and many others, I no longer assume that time behaves in linear fashion. I do not believe that time always moves at the same rate -- and I'm not the only one who feels this way.

In a survey I conducted of 395 individuals in April 2000, 86% of the respondants reported that "I've experienced time seem to slow down, stop, or speed up." This closely matches any informal survey you might conduct with your friends and family -- most of us do not experience time as moving mechanically forward.

Some recent studies have shown that people are able to effectively alter the past from the present, which raises the humorous concern:

Indeed, there are many well-documented cases of timewalkers, who have walked back in time. I have posted one such story here at Themestream, which describes a time that four teenaged girls walked through Moundsville at midnight... and found themselves mysteriously transported back into the 1800's. When they returned to their normal time half an hour later, they were covered with dust, and seemed to appear in a place where two people had just been searching for them moments earlier.

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