From Nikola Tesla: “Time is not only perceived differently by different living things, it it used differently as well. If you were to watch protozoa, rotifers and the like in a microscope slide of pond water, you would certainly see that their movements are quite rapid on the one hand and quite slow, almost timeless, on the other. Granted, when something like a rotifer is able to reach to reach out to twice its body length to capture food, because the length (space) is so tiny, the movement is easily accomplished quickly: it takes less time to cross a millimeter than a centimeter. And it presently seems absurd to imagine that the rotifer itself has any opinions about the process, as it has such a rudimentary mind, being merely a fragment of consciousness, if that.
“However, the point I am trying to make here is: as the rotifer is of a different order of size and it expresses itself in time differently because its spacial parameters. its experience of Time is not only different so that, like the mayfly for whom an hour is a lifetime, its different relationship to time changes Time itself. Oddly enough you can experience some of this yourself when you load your hours with too many things to do simultaneously (multitask), you feel more strained and tired than if you did only one thing and even more trained than if you did the five things separately.
“When you are working on something, Time is automatically and necessarily part of what the thing becomes: not only does something well-crafted lasts longer than something shoddily slapped together but its specificity, its relationship to the dimension of Identity, is more distinct; in a very real sense it has more meaning because of that distinct specificity. This has a lot of implications, from growing food to building houses, from forming lasting friendships over decades and creating ‘instant’ friends with the click of a mouse button. When you take care and time with something, Time slows; when you rush, time speeds up, and becomes ‘thinner,’ less able to bear the dimension of Identity’s weight.”
From Nikola Tesla: “It obviously takes Time to move through and within Space: one of the earliest algebraic equations is D=RT, after all: you know that moving something takes time, and you can measure it quite accurately. It takes a shift of mind to perceive the way solid form itself uses time, though you can certainly consider, say, your hand and realize that the blood is always moving, the cells are constantly shifting, all using Time to do so. Indeed, if you are conversant with the idea of seeing form itself as specific arrays of standing waves of energy, the notion of Time being an aspect of Space becomes easier to comprehend.
“But to feel the Space within Time, to perceive it more than an intellectual exercise, may allow you to shift how things relate to Time: your body’s own cells, processes and the interactions between systems. Again, this is part of why meditation, deep creativity, channeling higher-order energies such as healing or communicating with high-energy spirits has the effects it does: when you are meditating you are not thinking, you are not feeling in the sense of being emotional but you are feeling in the sense of becoming part of the divine proprioception: you again become one of the conscious, living points of connection between the different sides of Time: the temporal and the timeless.
“In some respects, you are the God or Goddess of all of your body’s cells, processes and systems: your body informs you of its state of being within Space and Time both. And, like a divine Being that is beyond Time and Space, you can be aware of how Time and Space relate to your body, and how you relate to it within Space and Time. This seems so automatic that the astonishing part is overlooked: that you are aware of your body’s beingness, in deep self-reference you use it (as in the brain) to perceive it, and its relationship to the different aspects of Time.”
From Nikola Tesla: “As I have said in my published material, Time is a a Moebius strip: like a two-sided strip of paper that is twisted and then joined at the ends, it has two sides that become only one side. If you had painted each side of the strip before you twisted and pasted it, it would show this clearly, though if you traced a line starting on one color it would travel to the next color contiguously. This metaphor for Time is more exact that it might seem, because there is both an inner and outer aspect to Time. When you are out of body, either in dreaming or when you have finished your life, you can see the two sides of Time very clearly and within the metaphor, you can color the one side or the other distinctly: one side is within Timespace, the other is outside of Timespace in the Timeless Present.
“You, as a human being, actually remember both aspects of Time simultaneously because you exist in both aspects (the Timeless-Spaceless and the Temporal in Form) simultaneously. If you did not, you could not receive information from the Timeless-Spaceless Source of your human soul and of course you may do that any time. Indeed, you use meditaiton to remind yourself of the fact that you are aware of both of these aspects: you shift the focus of your attention just enough to see both of the colors of the strip. However, just being aware of the Timeless-Spaceless aspects of Time within Timespace shifts your orientation to Time profoundly enough to make it easier to be aware of some of the other, subtler aspects of Time I have mentioned, such as the “colors” or haloclines of time, those areas of time that flow at a different rate to your local experience. For as we pointed out earlier, that the planet has all the minutes of 24 hours existing and available to you; so also does Timelessness contain all types of Space.”