A Note From the Seer
Today has this sort of nightmarish feel about it — as though the energy is spinning and reality seems very unreal.
I'm not yet understanding the reason for this: but today time is compressed, as though it's been slowed down. When time is compressed, psychological time seems to pass in slow motion; the moments are isolated and experienced deeply, rather than like a shallow parade of time marching by.
What Is Compressed Time and How Is It Accomplished
For those of you who have been in a vehicle accident, you may have experienced this seeming slow motion of occurring events. It happens when someone steps out of being in observer mode of life unfolding around him or her, to being a fully surrendered participant in unfolding events. In other words, instead of observing oneself in the mirror of the surrounding environment, one steps into the mirrored reality. This is done to delay outcome, to stretch the interval between cause and effect.
Barbara Kathryn says
I have had this remarkable experience…at least twice.
Once when I was a young and inexperienced driver I was cruising up PCH in fourth overdrive when the little sports car had an almighty blowout! Somewhere north of Zuma, south of Santa Barbara, just miles of sea and hills. With the usual traffic, not dense but regular both ways. I had noticed a car some distance behind me and others coming south.
My car spiraled ever so slowly across the highway, circling around till it came to a stop on the right side facing north. No other cars anywhere! I started up the motor again and drove very slowly onto the shoulder so not to ruin the rim too much. And sat there. Thanking the Angel. Then a man in a pickup pulled up behind me and offered to put on the spare.
I was around 12 years old when my sister, (who was in her late teens), was driving a car with family, friends, and I at night. As we exited the freeway, the stoplight at the end of the off-ramp was red with one car already waiting for the green. My sister was driving very fast, and stepped on the brakes last minute. I recall how silent everyone had become in the car, as we were unsure of the outcome, and how time appeared to have slowed down. The car we were in stopped within inches of the vehicle in front of us. -We all sighed with relief, and then one of our friend's also noticed (as did others) and mentioned how everything appeared to be moving in slow motion.
Dhani Nallainathan says
Interestingly enough, today May 1st, time is moving very fast for me……..!
Dhani Nallainathan says
Intriguing. So that was the weird feeling and sense of slow motion I was feeling. Very interesting. I hope we accomplished what we needed to do.
Yesterday, I did have odd feelings in the body. Hollow ears, which then we had a nearby earthquake. The body felt heavy, so being physical was very obvious. The day felt longer than usual. An odd dream in the night…
I have been in two serious car accidents. One at 19 when Almine said, I walked in. The second that involved at least 20 cars, but thankfully no deaths. Both created life long injuries that will once in a while act up to remind of the occurrence. I remember two other vehicle incidents of black ice where you are spinning fast, out of control and expecting a bad outcome, yet it feels like you are experiencing it in slow motion. I do remember that I didn't panic and remembered to steer the car into the flow instead of against it, which puts you in control, resulting in a safer outcome.
It's interesting because as Almine says, we are fully present observing in slow motion while the accident is playing out. While forgotten, I can re-live the experience in detail if I choose to, as they were pivotal times in my life. The impact is not re-lived and felt but the details are. Possibly when time is compressed we can see and experience the details with more clarity, and have awareness to change a particular outcome. In my accidents, I recall making choices to protect myself and others for a lesser impact of injury. It's not a pleasant experience if it looks and feels like something horrible is about to happen where you think you have no control of the outcome. Yet maybe in the compressing of time, we can alter events to have a lesser impact. Maybe yesterday an event was to occur that was not so beneficial in the bigger picture, so we needed to slow it down to see the finer details, and change the outcome. I hope to hear more on this. LPGSTH
Indeed I have experieced this compression of time when a car hit my car and sent it in the trajectory of a gas-pump…in slow motion I steered the car clear from hitting the gasoline pump, even though the event happened witjin seconds…I also had an angel that was present soon after that and was of great assistance.
Compressing time is a blessing…whatever we need to avoid or clear away from at this time we will be able to see and create a more gentle outcome.
I don't feel compressed time today…but Almine is ahead as she always is.
Wow all of this is synced up for me. During meditation I felt this energy, I even drew the energy similarly to your drawing. When I opened my eyes, everything was still. It felt like I was looking into my room behind a pane of glass. It reminded me of when I was in a car accident over a decade ago- during which I felt suspended in clear jello. Everything was frozen still on that moment. All the same energy as you describe I felt this morning.
Denise Lines says
I wonder if this has to do with the 1 May 2023 – Gathering of all the Horse Tribes posted on Almine Diary.
Denise Lines says
Hope to hear more Almine. Grateful that we can delay time!
Ciara Young says
This so fascinating. Yesterday did indeed have a very weird and uncomfortable feeling.
Joanne Harding says
I wonder what we were delaying the outcome of? … and did we succeed? Joanne 🌺
Yes exactly what happened to me when I was about 15 years old and involved in a motor vehicle accident, the whole event unfolded in slow motion, one of those things you never forget even though I have such a poor memory