Technically, Time points to any thoughts at the surface of one’s mind, negatively or positively charged. But the word in my mind usually implies a negative charge and experience. I always look to END any haunts of yesterday and worries about tomorrow from condensed thoughts that increase pressure. The way I do this is to mentally countdown when the negativity will cease to register, which means I am thinking of a clock of some sort. Time prevents me from living in the present or active reality.
As mentioned, Time can also produce lighter sensations in Positive Time (the floaty/spatial appealing energy), which has the same potential as its negative counterpart, taking my attention OFF the present reality. I hardly think of Time while under the influence of Positive Time as there is no need to end the experience. My mind is primed in pleasantries found in yesterday and tomorrow. This is the problem with Positive Time and not correctly defining and understanding the ‘present reality’ setting. They are easy to get mixed up.