Playing with Time

“I’m astounded by people who want to ‘know’ the universe when it’s hard enough to find your way around Chinatown.”  Woody Allen

There is truth in every joke.  Why would we want to know more about the universe when it’s truly much easier not to know?   Thomas Campbell, physicist and out of body explorer/researcher (see previous post ‘Coming to Calgary!’),  explains that understanding the universe (i.e. the big picture) and comprehending the rules of the game (i.e. the laws of the universe) will better assist us in playing the game of life, so-called death, rebirth, or evolution of consciousness.

The physical world seems to be governed by time.  However, according to Einstein and other physicists, there is no such thing as time. It’s simply an illusion.  Albeit, an illusion by design!  You can test Einstein’s theory and stop time yourself.  An easy way is to follow these next instructions from a recorded channeling session from The Monroe Institute:

“Space and the movement of material through space is what creates the experience of time.  There is an experiment that you might try that would expand your experience of what time is and how you can manipulate it.  Take a clock and put it in front of you.  If it has a minute hand and you relax and send your consciousness (i.e. your thoughts) elsewhere, perhaps somewhere you are very comfortable (e.g. imagine yourself relaxing on a beach.  Use your imagination to visualize a vivid and detailed picture so that begins to feel like you are actually there), and while you are there and are comfortable, then very calmly open your eyes and look at the clock.  You will discover that time has stopped, that the minute hand has moved very slowly or preferably moves not at all.  The time that you are away is stopped.”

Personally, I experienced the phenomenon of stopping time when, in a lucid state, the image of a vision has become so clear that I’ve found myself falling into it and traveling (or remote viewing) to strange places or times.  My travels have often seemed lengthy, but when the images vanish, I’ve noticed my digital clock has often shown only a minute or two has passed.  When this happens, the following quote always comes to mind:

“The spirits did it all in one night!”  Scrooge in ‘A Christmas Carol‘ by Charles Dickens