Crisis Time Manipulation

In times of great stress or desperation, the human mind has the power to slow time.

Now this is not to say that we are capable of some form of mental time travel. This is not about science fiction or super powers. This is to say that our minds have the ability to alter their perception of time so that it appears to hang on the moment and pass more slowly. 

For example, in a split second, a person may have time to contemplate several courses of action.
Or another example of how this effect might be utilized would be if a person who was controlling the moment, “created” the time to perform a physical feat, which most people would assume would be impossible.

Does this sound like something out of the comic books?

Well, don’t discount it on that premise, since many fanciful predictions in comic books and popular fiction have come to pass over time.

Whether this immediately strikes you as possible, or entirely ridiculous, we might as well stay on the super hero theme, as we describe what would in effect by the “Kryptonite” of this ability…”fear.”

“Fear” is the antithesis of Crisis Time Manipulation.

If you are overwhelmed by fear, you are likely to lose yourself in the moment and be unable to slow your perception of time. Advanced decision making, or heightened body control become unattainable.

Does this still sound like abject nonsense?

Well, let’s take a couple of true real-world examples to crystallize the concept in your mind…

Take the example of one man, who accidentally ran a red light and drove into an intersection with an oncoming truck. There was only a moment before the truck struck the driver’s side of his car, yet he had time to think to himself, “Damn. The truck’s not stopping,” to analyze options and reach the conclusion, “There’s nothing I can do.” And he even came to a sense of acceptance about the forthcoming results, “Here it comes,” he thought, as he braced himself.

So in this exceedingly brief moment, in which the man lacked the physical time to react, his mind had time to realize the predicament, brainstorm for solutions, evaluate potential outcomes and come to a sort of acceptance about the coming danger.

Most people would certainly not take it for granted that all of these thoughts could occur in the time it takes you to snap your fingers twice.

So here we are, beginning to realize what might’ve sounded like an insane proposition begins to seem a little more possible.

Let’s take a second true story as an example…

A football player in an All-Star Game Practice was playing defensive end. He rounded the tackle and ran into the backfield, but saw a massive offensive tackle running at him at full speed. He saw the running back receiving the ball behind the massive offensive player who was charging forward to block him. He braced himself, throwing his body at the bigger, heavier and stronger blocker to no avail. He was bulled over.

As he was blown backward, he used Crisis Time Manipulation, without ever knowing what to call it, or even that such a thing existed. He analyzed his situation, as he was being thrown backward and realized the only way he could accomplish his objective of making the tackle would be to allow his momentum to carry him backward and doing a back-flip. If successful, this would give him a second chance to make the tackle. The coaches observing the play, had their jaws dropped as he did just that, knocked over by a far stronger player, hurtling backward through the air, he back-flipped to his feet and leapt forward just far enough to make the tackle on a running back who never could’ve suspected that he might still be capable of making the tackle.

If it sounds like fiction, it isn’t. This really happened and it’s not super-natural, nor concocted. It’s what can happen if you don’t allow “fear” to cloud your ability to focus in on the moment, consider your actions and react.

In another example, a man was sparring with a martial artist who claimed to have Olympic aspirations. The karate expert threw a kick and his opponent, watching the kick as if it were coming in slow motion, easily side-stepped it and caught his opponent in his arms. He held his opponent there for what seemed like an eternity and then slammed him to the ground.

There’s really nothing amazing or even surprising about this exchange, except for two things. One, the man who was victorious was not a trained martial artist, or fighter, but easily and almost effortlessly dominated the competition and two, the fact that the man would attest that the martial artist literally appeared to be moving in slow motion as the kick came sailing out in his direction. He wondered how his opponent hadn’t had time to react when he had him locked in his arms and the moment seemed to roll on like a silent short film.

If you choose to use Crisis Time Manipulation, you must eliminate your fear, or at the very least, be able to focus beyond it in order to do what’s necessary to accomplish your goals.

If you allow your fear to disable your natural ability to react, you will find yourself as a longbow, uselessly awaiting the arrows it was meant to notch.

Focus in on the moment. You must be in “Now” time. That has to be all there is in order to slow things down. You must trust in your ability to do this, unbridled by fear, unplagued by doubt and unburdened by indecision.

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Logical Spiritualism - 8/30/2014 7:52:36 PM
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