The Time Compression Field

Hold on… I’m now increasing the density or amplification of my experience

It has its name for good reason. When time compresses, it means I’m cluttered, anxious and annoyed and I start resisting everything! Pressure has risen to a point and is clearly expressing itself thru my nervous system because of one of life’s broken components, which now affects every other.

I’m in troubleshoot mode as my thoughts fire off in every direction. Also, my perception of calendar time is significantly amplified, turning each second into many.

Next, as I try to find a solution ‘out’ by my usual channel and overthink the situation, I only add to the cause instead.

Although at first, I usually run with my urge to think-think-think, because I see the demand as imperative to fix things up. Upon looking deeper, however, the fact is quite different.

By always diving in headfirst and heavily processing in my attempt to dig up a key, I would end up causing more harm than good. I would reduce the space between my thoughts.

Lastly, with excess heat filling the room upstairs, I have finally had enough.

It’s time for me to evacuate and get to somewhere timeless!

Dealing with the Density

Compressed/Dense/Amplified Time, means that I’m consumed in the haunts of yesterday with an immediate threat of a similar repeat occurring tomorrow, or soon. Once I’m stuck inside this damn tight enclosure, I offset the process in the only way known. In desperation, I hunt for a set of thoughts stocked with just enough pleasure from my safe-haven imaginary land and ‘grab at it’ causing a shift.

So by using my ability to refine, convert and compensate over the fear, I open a pathway to my escape. Because when I’m less stressed and decompressed, no matter how this space gets achieved, the only concern I have about the clock is it staying FAR AWAY!

My sole aim inside a strong to severe Time Compression Field is to get out super fast.

Synonymous with: Active Heavy Fragments.

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