The perception of time and how to manipulate it

Your mind is bound to something, that does have to move to make you think.
All chemical processes in your brain require some sort of movement, always.

Now, I am not going to teach how how to break any laws of nature, nor any magical trick.

Your brains performance and Efficiency is very relevant in how quick you think.
Your soul is ‘virtual’, every thought is bound to your brains performance.
Now, we don’t perceive any slow downs or speed ups in our everyday life.
Your brain calibrates to a certain speed of perception.

But here are some things that you do perceive:

Sometimes, you realize when looking at a clock, that the seconds either move slower or faster.

The slower the seconds pass, the faster you think, vice versa.

Or you may have even thought, that time is passing slower when you are doing something boring.
This is mainly related to the fact, that your brain is searching for any way to escape this situation, while speeding up.

This sounds just like your brain was an engine, that runs with a speedometer. This speedometer only enhances or lowers the speed when needed.

Your brain is designed to run as efficient as possible.

This is for you to survive as long as possible on those resources that you have.

You cannot eat 12 pounds of fat and sugar everyday just to perceive time being 6 times slower.

It is very unfortunate, yes.

But you can manipulate your brain’s calibration.

Did you know that movies in theaters run at another speed than real?

Some are speed up by up to 15-20% just to fit more movie in less time.

You don’t notice that, as all you perceive is the movie!

 So how do you manipulate your perception of time?

Have you ever noticed the “Speed” option in your music player?
Have you ever clicked on the wheel below a youtube video and changed the speed of a video?

This is how you calibrate your brain to faster speeds:

Change the speed of anything your are watching or listening to.

But start small.

Set your videos on x1.25, then x1.5

I guarantee you,

over an hour or two of doing so, you will get used to that speed.

So much, that once you switch everything back to normal speed, it will feel like everyone talks in slow motion.

But do not do that for more than 2 hours.

It is very draining to think faster, you get tired really quick.

You may as well get hungry pretty fast.

Cheers, Wlad C.