Our Innerverse

Did you know that the psychological realm is also a Universe, called, the Innerverse? Or at least in my head, it is.
Otherwise, and as we all know, it is named our Perceptive Reality.

Understanding Internal Time & Space

The Innerverse

Time and Space usually refers to the inside measuring the outside world, as a person who 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 entire my state of mind, with emotions and feelings. The Innerverse has its own Time & Space or space-time continuum 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, anywhere in between, as I might only be experiencing a slight up or down at any moment.

Simultaneously, a time force is responsible for each change in mental direction by fuelling my attention with past and future projections. A field of thoughts carry magnetic properties across each pole which converts into space. Or so it feels, as, magnetism +/ OR gravity pro/anti — pull/push.

In my internal realm, it’s all about a feeling towards or against something.

Here goes

In one moment, my perception of time is stable. But during the next and when my thoughts compress into undesirable thinking, time dramatically slows down or feels longer.


Time = Thoughts at the surface — my conscious psychological activity.

These powering properties within convert into

Space = My state of mind. I either feel positive or negative | floaty or weighted | a day vs a month (or somewhere in between)

Our Inner Law

My magnetic chatterbox mind is made up of both  memories of yesterday  (unprocessed/original records) AND  any projections I form of tomorrow  (processed/refined data). Either, attracting or repelling a particular direction in my life for the sake of experiencing a space.

My thinking starts and continues in two ways

  1. When responding to an experience — from touching life.
  2. When responding to thinking in a line of ongoing thinking — an autopilot feature that carries on as I continuously refine past pleasures and fears in a cycle.

In both 1 and 2, I land at various areas of density or perceived enclosures:

A Measured Space: Freed or Caged

In total, this invisible mass of magnetic thinking tugs at my attention and is why I’m always consumed in something or another.

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/weighted. Yes, gravity is an attracting force (a very weak one at that). 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 hand, when I enter into pleasant thinking, it comes from thoughts that produce positive sensations which give off a without/anti-gravity 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 Spacial Energy, Crucial Space. However, it’s a bit tricky to begin; I’ll leave it till last.

Please everyone bring your quietest rulers along, Time & Space feels a little warped upon our first visit!

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