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When Time Stopped

(In The Ball of Light, A Lucid Dream About the Nature of Being and Creation, I began to appear in the school lobby piece by piece, as if I had been disassembled and was being reassembled by a device like the Transporter on the starship, Enterprise. Normally, in altered states of consciousness, the process of de-materialization and re-materialization occurs quickly, almost imperceptibly. In this instance, it happened slowly enough to observe and experience. Did I have any say in this matter? I think so, for, what are we?Where do we begin and where do we end?)

After thinking about my experience in The Ball of Light, I remembered another experience when time slowed down and came to a stop. It happened while I listened to a Seth tape describing the nature of time. As Seth discussed “time” his words slowed down until I could no longer recognize them as words, but only individual sounds. Each one became separated by an ever-increasing amount of time. The amount of time between each sound increased until, eventually, “time” stopped. Without sound or some other way to define it, Time ceased to exist. It became meaningless.

Exploring differences between Now and Then, creates Time.

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Finally, after what seemed like an eternity of nothing, except for my feeling of loss and longing, I heard a single sound again. Then another and another. The frequency of each sound increased until they began to connect in ways that began to make sense to me. Finally, Seth, using Jane’s voice, was sharing his thoughts about time normally, once more.

Experiencing concepts like the nature of time subjectively or from the inside-out, can only be done through the use of our inner senses. Our intellects and outer senses can only perceive a concept like “time” objectively or from the outside-in as we explore and make note of the differences between Now and Then.

Once we settle on a particular outcome from the realm of infinite possible and probable events, invisible to the outer eye, we enter the realm of actuality, material expression, or the ever-changing moment of the biological Present. Everything that exists outside our biological present is real. It is part of us. It is just unseen in our present moment.

Roger Peterson “Pete” https://realtalkworld.com

To give you some idea of what consciousness is and how it works, read: Unit of Consciousness, the Basic Building Block of Reality

Waking up, wising up, and rising up to greater awareness and understanding, in our oneness with and separation from All That Is – as both products of creation and creation itself!

What others will not or cannot do for us, we must do for ourselves.

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  • Janet Glatz November 4, 2018, 2:39 PM

    Fascinating, Rog! I’ve never heard time described that way, and it makes so much sense. Thank you!

  • Pete November 4, 2018, 5:44 PM

    Hi Janet! As our whole selves explore the differences between now and then, we give life to the concept of time. When we explore the differences between here and there, we give life to the concept of space. Both values add important context and dimension to the experience of Being and Creation. Without values like these, how could we know and experience ourselves? It’s all cool!

    Cheers, sister!

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