Understanding Internal Time & Space
Time and Space usually refers to the inside measuring the outside world. Or when a person builds relationships with outer objects, or physically between people, animals, lands, plants, things and elements. But psychologically, I have an internal-only measure that covers my entire state of mind with emotions and feelings. The Innerverse has its own Time & Space or space-time continuum that I endlessly travel within.
This upcoming section on both Time and Space of an invisible nature covers everything I understand so far in terms of internal symmetry. That is, the space experienced in my various moods, fragments or states, which I feel as either cramped in a cage from fear, or open and expanded from pleasure/joy. Otherwise, the measurement goes anywhere in between as I might only be experiencing a slight up or down at any moment.
At the same time, there is a time force responsible for each change in mental direction, fuelling my attention with past and future projections. A field of thoughts carries charged magnetic properties across each pole which then converts into a space. Or so it feels… as magnetism (+/-) OR gravity (pro/anti). In any case, mental things get pulled and pushed around which shapes my current spatial state.
Within my internal realm, it’s all about a feeling towards or against something, if I’m not near the neutral.
The In-Laws (My Inner Law)
My magnetic chatterbox mind is made up of both memories of yesterday which are unprocessed or original records AND any projections I form of tomorrow which are the processed or refined data blocks. So whenever I’m not feeling neutral, I’m either attracted to or repelling a particular direction in my life for the sake of experiencing a space.
In total, an invisible mass of magnetic thinking tugs at my attention and takes me out of neutral.
The Psycho-Magnetic Field in a nutshell
When I enter into negative thinking, it comes from thoughts that produce negative sensations which give off a feeling of intense gravity because resistance makes me feel heavy. Yes, gravity is an attracting force (although a very weak one in the real world). But we all know what it’s like to fall over and hurt ourselves. I’m attracted/attached to my thinking and within that is a psycho-magnetic field of negative and positive.
On the other hand, when I enter into pleasant thinking, it comes from thoughts that produce positive sensations which give off a gravity-free effect, and I feel floaty instead. This shortlived luxury of less weight or weightlessness means that I perceive no cage/enclosure. Or very little.
Also, there is another type of space from beyond the dimension of thought called Actual Space; Aka Spatial Energy, Crucial Space, the Great Silence. However, it’s a bit tricky to begin, so I’ll leave it till last.