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Slowing Time
    #580370 - 03/16/02 07:52 AM (14 years, 8 months ago)

A few months ago when I was working retail I was also touching in meditation and centering of my chakras at the time.

I was given 30 minutes for lunch, and two 15 minute breaks... during my breaks, i would half-meditate and It literally felt like I could shift a few minutes into hours and hours... seconds didnt pass by they just sort of hung there never slipping away to where it is that time goes.... It made work much more enjoyable and the only reason I ever left these "trances"? was because I wanted to get back to work and get my day over with...

My question is.. has anyone else done/do this to make their breaks seem longer?

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Re: Slowing Time [Re: Jared]
    #580478 - 03/16/02 11:58 AM (14 years, 8 months ago)

Cool. I remember reading some stuff about time dialation on the Psi Palatium website...you should check it out, maybe you're a natural.


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Re: Slowing Time [Re: Jared]
    #580637 - 03/16/02 04:27 PM (14 years, 8 months ago)

I've never meditated per se, but when Im close to getting out of bed to start my day I can stretch minutes into hours. Especially when I have to get up early after not enough sleep.

I AM what Willis was talkin' bout.

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Re: Slowing Time [Re: Jared]
    #580985 - 03/17/02 01:12 AM (14 years, 8 months ago)

time in the pre astral world slows down, this is what you are entering, with each inner demension you enter the time will slow until it become meaningless, kinda like shrooms don't ya say. i'll give you some advice, if you take drugs, which you probably do as i then stay away from the man made ones, they are the tools of the devil created by people which have been posessed by evil spirits. want more info, pm me.

<+> wOrLd PhIlOsOpHy CaN OnLy bE UnDeRsToOd ThRoUgH aStRaL aWaKeNiNg<+>

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