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The Collapsing of Time

The Collapsing of Time Govinda Miller

Time is an interesting phenomenon, especially now. Have you noticed that it seems like your day is over before it has even begun, and that time seems to be a fleeting thing? Nature sets the course of time, and we measure time based on the rotation of the Earth and its orbit around the Sun. Scientifically, we measure time by clocks and it seems to be linear. But is it? According to Albert Einstein, there is much more to time than we can understand scientifically.

As human beings and the powerful creators that we are, we have the ability to affect our reality of time. Since we create our own reality and there are as many realities as there are people, each of our personal experiences with time is unique.

We All Experience Time Differently

Quantum physics provides scientific proof of our connection with the master Creator. Scientific studies, through quantum physics, have shown that the observer affects that which is being observed. Our personal observation of time affects our experience of time. When you are doing something that you don't enjoy or that requires your strictest attention to time, time seems to slow down. On the other hand, when you're doing something that is interesting to you, is enjoyable, and takes your full attention away from focusing on the clock, time seems to go much faster.