‘Time’ Implied as Overthinking – the Fog of Time

The fog of time

Time, time, and time again!

Although, luckily, nowadays, it’s finally overrated and under-used in my world.

Time, in general, or by default (without adding ‘psychological’ or anything else in front or after), implies a conditioned mind on duty.


My brain reacts to any number of mental dilemmas, challenges and program overflow from the past by increasing its processes. Also, time can kick-off from any unexpected, chaotic events that pop up, compressing more thoughts into the equation.

Time, either by an internal cycle or responding to the outside world, produces higher tension than usual.

When I see a challenge or problem, or when byproducts spill from not managing my intakes, both the urgency to fix my issue at the beginning (an attractive force) and my resistance against making actual contact with the event as the interval closes in (repulsive energy), CLASH. In other words, I’m eager to fix whatever it is but the reality of my habits kick in.

Therefore, my internal time chatter (the real winner) takes over and sucks me dry.

I’d often speculate on ways I could fix my problems but without ever making contact with the issue in reality (give me loophole!). However, this type of fixing is escaping that loads more problems ahead. I can only adequately deal with my problems and the annoying sense of default time when there is direct contact with life and no escaping.

The Fog of Time is on the high end of idle and is also in the lead up before I enter a Time Compression Field.

  • Pschological Time
    • General / Implied Time (Fog of Time)
      • A Time Compression Field (Compressed Time) – Up next

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