The technical or broader sense of Time points to any thoughts at the surface of one’s mind, negatively-charged or positively-charged. Time (implied on its own in my mind, negatively) carries weight, making me rigid. The haunts of yesterday and my worry of tomorrow are condensed thoughts that increase pressure. They prevent me from living in the present or active reality.
However, Time can also produce positive sensations in Positive Time (the floaty/spatial appealing energy), which does the same as the others, taking my attention OFF the present. When I speak of Time in this way, it means I’m either thinking behind or in front of the present reality for however long or short the interval is. This is the problem with time and not correctly defining and understanding the ‘present reality’ setting.