« on: 27/03/2021 18:24:46 »
The thing about expanding time, or space for that matter (pun intended), is that we depend too much on "constants" as a comparison. NOTHING is constant, we just lack to ability to perceive minute/huge shifts in a short/long amount of time. What I mean by this, is that we can expand time, in a short amount of time. We can contract time, in a long amount of time. We can expand time in a long amount of time. We can contract time in a short amount of time. It is hard to get out of the linear observational mindset. If it moves too fast, we lack focus to identify the markers that indicate change. If it moves too slow, we lack focus to locate the markers that indicate change, which is why we believe history repeats itself (aspects do, but that's another conversation for another time ). I challenge that we lack understanding of manipulating space/time due to the units/definitions/limitations we place on said space and time. For instance, what if traversing time (expansion/contraction consciously) doesn't even use numbered units?