Time slowing down because of pure focus

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Time slowing down because of pure focus

Postby Grin » Sat Sep 21, 2019 11:03 pm

So I saw this
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=18836&p=75239&hilit=Rpm#p75239

And I remembered how years ago in a few occasions my focus was pure and without distraction and time slowed down a lot and I could act without thinking, kinda like Master Instinct from Dragon Ball Super.

So is this focus I've had the flow from the above link?
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Re: Time slowing down because of pure focus

Postby Soaring Eagle 666 » Sun Sep 22, 2019 5:58 pm

Grin wrote:So I saw this
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=18836&p=75239&hilit=Rpm#p75239

And I remembered how years ago in a few occasions my focus was pure and without distraction and time slowed down a lot and I could act without thinking, kinda like Master Instinct from Dragon Ball Super.

So is this focus I've had the flow from the above link?


The following are my own observations and should be regarded as such:

The human perception of time is very imprecise. If you perform void meditation while watching a clock, the second hand can feel like it takes more than five seconds to tick. If you hold a conversation and draw with a pencil while watching a clock, that second hand will zip through a whole minute before you know it. This seems to be related to how "occupied" the mind is. The mind is like a computer. It runs many processes at once, but if you do something very computationally intensive, like streaming a video, then other processes will run slower. The mind seems to devote less computation to timekeeping when busy with other thoughts. As a result, it will have counted less time than has really passed, which gives the perception of time passing faster. Our usual perception of time is with a typical mental load. During void meditation, there are no other thoughts, so the timekeeping process runs faster than normal, creating the perception that time is passing slower. In your question, the key phrase is "without distraction". Distractions are thoughts, which cost mental computation time. Without distractions, this is closer the the state of void described above where time seems to pass very slowly. Another consideration, which HP Mageson mentioned there is the release of adrenaline during excitement. Adrenaline is a stimulant. It essentially "overclocks" your mind so that everything runs faster, including timekeeping, which makes time feel slower.

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Re: Time slowing down because of pure focus

Postby FancyMancy » Sun Sep 22, 2019 7:40 pm

Soaring Eagle 666 wrote:
Grin wrote:So I saw this
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=18836&p=75239&hilit=Rpm#p75239

And I remembered how years ago in a few occasions my focus was pure and without distraction and time slowed down a lot and I could act without thinking, kinda like Master Instinct from Dragon Ball Super.

So is this focus I've had the flow from the above link?


The following are my own observations and should be regarded as such:

The human perception of time is very imprecise. If you perform void meditation while watching a clock, the second hand can feel like it takes more than five seconds to tick.

From this, you helped me realise that, in an analogical way, meditations help to incr-- to overclock the CPU which is our brains. i.e. they help to increase our vibration, as they do, of course, but I just said it in computer technological terms.

If you hold a conversation and draw with a pencil while watching a clock, that second hand will zip through a whole minute before you know it. This seems to be related to how "occupied" the mind is. The mind is like a computer. It runs many processes at once, but if you do something very computationally intensive, like streaming a video, then other processes will run slower. The mind seems to devote less computation to timekeeping when busy with other thoughts. As a result, it will have counted less time than has really passed, which gives the perception of time passing faster. Our usual perception of time is with a typical mental load. During void meditation, there are no other thoughts, so the timekeeping process runs faster than normal, creating the perception that time is passing slower. In your question, the key phrase is "without distraction". Distractions are thoughts, which cost mental computation time. Without distractions, this is closer the the state of void described above where time seems to pass very slowly. Another consideration, which HP Mageson mentioned there is the release of adrenaline during excitement. Adrenaline is a stimulant. It essentially "overclocks" your mind so that everything runs faster, including timekeeping, which makes time feel slower.

I actually said that above before I read this bit by you. To further the analogy, the CPU cycles can equal brainwaves or processing of things done, and the power of the Soul and Mind and Body, all healthy, can, of course, give more power to it. The meditations help us to have stronger CPUs - or perhaps rather GPUs - and multicores in the Brain/CPU and many more multicores. (Not as the jew microchip, but just as an analogy.) Now with you saying it in your reply, it seems redundant me saying it!
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Re: Time slowing down because of pure focus

Postby Soaring Eagle 666 » Sun Sep 22, 2019 10:40 pm

FancyMancy wrote:
Soaring Eagle 666 wrote:The human perception of time is very imprecise. If you perform void meditation while watching a clock, the second hand can feel like it takes more than five seconds to tick.

From this, you helped me realise that, in an analogical way, meditations help to incr-- to overclock the CPU which is our brains. i.e. they help to increase our vibration, as they do, of course, but I just said it in computer technological terms.

If you hold a conversation and draw with a pencil while watching a clock, that second hand will zip through a whole minute before you know it. This seems to be related to how "occupied" the mind is. The mind is like a computer. It runs many processes at once, but if you do something very computationally intensive, like streaming a video, then other processes will run slower. The mind seems to devote less computation to timekeeping when busy with other thoughts. As a result, it will have counted less time than has really passed, which gives the perception of time passing faster. Our usual perception of time is with a typical mental load. During void meditation, there are no other thoughts, so the timekeeping process runs faster than normal, creating the perception that time is passing slower. In your question, the key phrase is "without distraction". Distractions are thoughts, which cost mental computation time. Without distractions, this is closer the the state of void described above where time seems to pass very slowly. Another consideration, which HP Mageson mentioned there is the release of adrenaline during excitement. Adrenaline is a stimulant. It essentially "overclocks" your mind so that everything runs faster, including timekeeping, which makes time feel slower.

I actually said that above before I read this bit by you. To further the analogy, the CPU cycles can equal brainwaves or processing of things done, and the power of the Soul and Mind and Body, all healthy, can, of course, give more power to it. The meditations help us to have stronger CPUs - or perhaps rather GPUs - and multicores in the Brain/CPU and many more multicores. (Not as the jew microchip, but just as an analogy.) Now with you saying it in your reply, it seems redundant me saying it!

Exactly! And what happens when someone writes a computer virus for our brain? That is christinsanity in a nutshell. A malicious program designed to control us. The victim computer, once infected, just happily computes without knowing good from bad. It might present a screen saying: "Become a Christian or God will burn your hard drive!" Everyone not infected can see the problem, but the computer is just following the program. It is an innocent tool of the virus creator! The only way to break free is with external knowledge. If the victim computer stumbles across an anti-virus website, like joyofsatan.org, it can learn how to identify and exterminate the virus!

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Re: Time slowing down because of pure focus

Postby FancyMancy » Mon Sep 23, 2019 12:47 am

Soaring Eagle 666 wrote:
FancyMancy wrote:
Soaring Eagle 666 wrote:The human perception of time is very imprecise. If you perform void meditation while watching a clock, the second hand can feel like it takes more than five seconds to tick.

From this, you helped me realise that, in an analogical way, meditations help to incr-- to overclock the CPU which is our brains. i.e. they help to increase our vibration, as they do, of course, but I just said it in computer technological terms.

If you hold a conversation and draw with a pencil while watching a clock, that second hand will zip through a whole minute before you know it. This seems to be related to how "occupied" the mind is. The mind is like a computer. It runs many processes at once, but if you do something very computationally intensive, like streaming a video, then other processes will run slower. The mind seems to devote less computation to timekeeping when busy with other thoughts. As a result, it will have counted less time than has really passed, which gives the perception of time passing faster. Our usual perception of time is with a typical mental load. During void meditation, there are no other thoughts, so the timekeeping process runs faster than normal, creating the perception that time is passing slower. In your question, the key phrase is "without distraction". Distractions are thoughts, which cost mental computation time. Without distractions, this is closer the the state of void described above where time seems to pass very slowly. Another consideration, which HP Mageson mentioned there is the release of adrenaline during excitement. Adrenaline is a stimulant. It essentially "overclocks" your mind so that everything runs faster, including timekeeping, which makes time feel slower.

I actually said that above before I read this bit by you. To further the analogy, the CPU cycles can equal brainwaves or processing of things done, and the power of the Soul and Mind and Body, all healthy, can, of course, give more power to it. The meditations help us to have stronger CPUs - or perhaps rather GPUs - and multicores in the Brain/CPU and many more multicores. (Not as the jew microchip, but just as an analogy.) Now with you saying it in your reply, it seems redundant me saying it!

Exactly! And what happens when someone writes a computer virus for our brain? That is christinsanity in a nutshell. A malicious program designed to control us. The victim computer, once infected, just happily computes without knowing good from bad. It might present a screen saying: "Become a Christian or God will burn your hard drive!" Everyone not infected can see the problem, but the computer is just following the program. It is an innocent tool of the virus creator! The only way to break free is with external knowledge. If the victim computer stumbles across an anti-virus website, like joyofsatan.org, it can learn how to identify and exterminate the virus!

Sorry, I lolled at that, but yeah, exactly.

In nearly literal, albeit metaphorical, terms, we are the new Quantum Computers for these binary types (black-and-white thinking). Literally because Quantum Physics is merely one starting point to be able to explain the Occult; nearly-literally because we are not robots, but are individuals with individuality and identities; metaphorically because it both makes sense in the metaphor/analogy, and that these things existed already, but we're bringing them back, thanks to LORD Satan and the Pantheon of the Empire of Orion, and thanks to HPS Maxine, the Genesis/Founder of JoSM, and to the other Clergy who keep the Spirit alive, and to the Members who continue to help and share things. Such National Socialism, of sorts, online. [insert thumb-up emoticon which is impossible to find on what has become of this jumped-up, j00ed-up, p00ed-up Internet]
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Re: Time slowing down because of pure focus

Postby Soaring Eagle 666 » Mon Sep 23, 2019 5:08 pm

FancyMancy wrote:
Soaring Eagle 666 wrote:Exactly! And what happens when someone writes a computer virus for our brain? That is christinsanity in a nutshell. A malicious program designed to control us. The victim computer, once infected, just happily computes without knowing good from bad. It might present a screen saying: "Become a Christian or God will burn your hard drive!" Everyone not infected can see the problem, but the computer is just following the program. It is an innocent tool of the virus creator! The only way to break free is with external knowledge. If the victim computer stumbles across an anti-virus website, like joyofsatan.org, it can learn how to identify and exterminate the virus!

Sorry, I lolled at that, but yeah, exactly.

Good! :lol: I intended for my post to be both silly and thought-provoking. :P

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Re: Time slowing down because of pure focus

Postby V12-POWER » Mon Sep 23, 2019 6:28 pm

Grin wrote:So I saw this
https://ancient-forums.com/viewtopic.ph ... Rpm#p75239

And I remembered how years ago in a few occasions my focus was pure and without distraction and time slowed down a lot and I could act without thinking, kinda like Master Instinct from Dragon Ball Super.

So is this focus I've had the flow from the above link?


Being the author of that post I think I can help u clear some doubts, but remember I can only speak from my personal experience, others might differ on what they feel and etc and im not even an expert on this, just that I love pushing the boundaries in sports so I try to focus as much as possible, finding myself in the "zone" somewhat often.

First of all let me say that getting in the "zone" will not make you a Mike Tyson, Usain Bolt, etc instantly . Everything will depend on your current set of abilities and training.

The "zone" is where you perform just at the limit or even a little bit above your limit. Cant really put a number on it but lets say 95%-105%

For example, if you just started practicing a completely new sport, do not expect to beat the top level athletes/competitors/players, even if you get in the "zone" everytime you train, this is a big mistake and will only make you lose interest or feel defeated. However, it WILL help you get better/learn faster if you manage to get such levels of concentration when training or performing. And when you have enough practice and skills, the "zone" can help you perform even more than what you thought you were capable of (thats why I said 105%)

Second, yes, "time" seems to slow down. In reality, you're just so focused on the task that everything else just vanishes. There's just nothing else, this is just like entering a deep trance which requires focus and void meditation to "eliminating" external thoughts.

Third, I really recommend you to train yourself to get into deeper trances (in your usual meditation sessions) along with void meditation. It might seem useless but it does help you. Cause there will be times you're in the zone and the first random thought throws you off, it's annoying but might happen the first few times.

And last, it's not like you need the "zone" to perform. Just try to maximize your learning process, always find ways to improve and train hard which is what really matters. One of my biggest mistakes regarding the "zone", was the following; I was always fed with the bullshit that one must be gifted from birth to be a top level performer and that at the highest levels, most of athletes got into the zone, so everytime I had a race, my only focus was to try and get in the "zone" . not focusing on the stuff that really mattered at the event, not gonna lie, the brainwash I had was strong.

This shit right there set me back 2 maybe 2 and half years, I've lost count how many times I said to myself "Maybe im simply not born for this" and had real bad moments - because my focus was too much irrelevant stuff.

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Re: Time slowing down because of pure focus

Postby SpinMaster » Mon Sep 23, 2019 8:50 pm

V12-POWER wrote:
Grin wrote:So I saw this
https://ancient-forums.com/viewtopic.ph ... Rpm#p75239

And I remembered how years ago in a few occasions my focus was pure and without distraction and time slowed down a lot and I could act without thinking, kinda like Master Instinct from Dragon Ball Super.

So is this focus I've had the flow from the above link?


Being the author of that post I think I can help u clear some doubts, but remember I can only speak from my personal experience, others might differ on what they feel and etc and im not even an expert on this, just that I love pushing the boundaries in sports so I try to focus as much as possible, finding myself in the "zone" somewhat often.

First of all let me say that getting in the "zone" will not make you a Mike Tyson, Usain Bolt, etc instantly . Everything will depend on your current set of abilities and training.

The "zone" is where you perform just at the limit or even a little bit above your limit. Cant really put a number on it but lets say 95%-105%

For example, if you just started practicing a completely new sport, do not expect to beat the top level athletes/competitors/players, even if you get in the "zone" everytime you train, this is a big mistake and will only make you lose interest or feel defeated. However, it WILL help you get better/learn faster if you manage to get such levels of concentration when training or performing. And when you have enough practice and skills, the "zone" can help you perform even more than what you thought you were capable of (thats why I said 105%)

Second, yes, "time" seems to slow down. In reality, you're just so focused on the task that everything else just vanishes. There's just nothing else, this is just like entering a deep trance which requires focus and void meditation to "eliminating" external thoughts.

Third, I really recommend you to train yourself to get into deeper trances (in your usual meditation sessions) along with void meditation. It might seem useless but it does help you. Cause there will be times you're in the zone and the first random thought throws you off, it's annoying but might happen the first few times.

And last, it's not like you need the "zone" to perform. Just try to maximize your learning process, always find ways to improve and train hard which is what really matters. One of my biggest mistakes regarding the "zone", was the following; I was always fed with the bullshit that one must be gifted from birth to be a top level performer and that at the highest levels, most of athletes got into the zone, so everytime I had a race, my only focus was to try and get in the "zone" . not focusing on the stuff that really mattered at the event, not gonna lie, the brainwash I had was strong.

This shit right there set me back 2 maybe 2 and half years, I've lost count how many times I said to myself "Maybe im simply not born for this" and had real bad moments - because my focus was too much irrelevant stuff.



I got the same experience for that "zone" a lot. (I will pretend i didn't see the reference) From my experience what makes it fun is absolute feeling and precise movement you get. Whenever i get to that focus level i always do everything "almost" perfectly. It's very weird. Like you usually can't do the punch perfectly but once you get to that focus level you just get to a level where it can challenge a fighter who are one or two grade above. And i practice doing void meditation while practicing to learn that. Well let's say it like this. From my experience quickest and best way to get in the "zone" is void meditation and ether. You need to utilize both while doing the moves. I did this a lot and i can say once you combine both while movement you can get in the "zone" manually. Naturally it only occurs in an adrenaline state but when i do this it gets easy for me. Here's my basic steps:

Get in a trance

Start the void

Cover yourself with ether

And focus intensely.

I know i sound weird and probably i sound like a newbie but i wanted to share my experiences. Welll then sorry for my english. I am still learning to write better.

Have a good day. :D

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Re: Time slowing down because of pure focus

Postby Grin » Tue Sep 24, 2019 2:43 am

Soaring Eagle 666 wrote:
Grin wrote:So I saw this
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=18836&p=75239&hilit=Rpm#p75239

And I remembered how years ago in a few occasions my focus was pure and without distraction and time slowed down a lot and I could act without thinking, kinda like Master Instinct from Dragon Ball Super.

So is this focus I've had the flow from the above link?


The following are my own observations and should be regarded as such:

The human perception of time is very imprecise. If you perform void meditation while watching a clock, the second hand can feel like it takes more than five seconds to tick. If you hold a conversation and draw with a pencil while watching a clock, that second hand will zip through a whole minute before you know it. This seems to be related to how "occupied" the mind is. The mind is like a computer. It runs many processes at once, but if you do something very computationally intensive, like streaming a video, then other processes will run slower. The mind seems to devote less computation to timekeeping when busy with other thoughts. As a result, it will have counted less time than has really passed, which gives the perception of time passing faster. Our usual perception of time is with a typical mental load. During void meditation, there are no other thoughts, so the timekeeping process runs faster than normal, creating the perception that time is passing slower. In your question, the key phrase is "without distraction". Distractions are thoughts, which cost mental computation time. Without distractions, this is closer the the state of void described above where time seems to pass very slowly. Another consideration, which HP Mageson mentioned there is the release of adrenaline during excitement. Adrenaline is a stimulant. It essentially "overclocks" your mind so that everything runs faster, including timekeeping, which makes time feel slower.

I see, everything seemed to slow down to the point where it was visually slow but like you're talking about I think I've just reached some state I never have before so thanks for the info.
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Re: Time slowing down because of pure focus

Postby Grin » Tue Sep 24, 2019 2:45 am

V12-POWER wrote:
Grin wrote:So I saw this
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=18836&p=75239&hilit=Rpm#p75239

And I remembered how years ago in a few occasions my focus was pure and without distraction and time slowed down a lot and I could act without thinking, kinda like Master Instinct from Dragon Ball Super.

So is this focus I've had the flow from the above link?


Being the author of that post I think I can help u clear some doubts, but remember I can only speak from my personal experience, others might differ on what they feel and etc and im not even an expert on this, just that I love pushing the boundaries in sports so I try to focus as much as possible, finding myself in the "zone" somewhat often.

First of all let me say that getting in the "zone" will not make you a Mike Tyson, Usain Bolt, etc instantly . Everything will depend on your current set of abilities and training.

The "zone" is where you perform just at the limit or even a little bit above your limit. Cant really put a number on it but lets say 95%-105%

For example, if you just started practicing a completely new sport, do not expect to beat the top level athletes/competitors/players, even if you get in the "zone" everytime you train, this is a big mistake and will only make you lose interest or feel defeated. However, it WILL help you get better/learn faster if you manage to get such levels of concentration when training or performing. And when you have enough practice and skills, the "zone" can help you perform even more than what you thought you were capable of (thats why I said 105%)

Second, yes, "time" seems to slow down. In reality, you're just so focused on the task that everything else just vanishes. There's just nothing else, this is just like entering a deep trance which requires focus and void meditation to "eliminating" external thoughts.

Third, I really recommend you to train yourself to get into deeper trances (in your usual meditation sessions) along with void meditation. It might seem useless but it does help you. Cause there will be times you're in the zone and the first random thought throws you off, it's annoying but might happen the first few times.

And last, it's not like you need the "zone" to perform. Just try to maximize your learning process, always find ways to improve and train hard which is what really matters. One of my biggest mistakes regarding the "zone", was the following; I was always fed with the bullshit that one must be gifted from birth to be a top level performer and that at the highest levels, most of athletes got into the zone, so everytime I had a race, my only focus was to try and get in the "zone" . not focusing on the stuff that really mattered at the event, not gonna lie, the brainwash I had was strong.

This shit right there set me back 2 maybe 2 and half years, I've lost count how many times I said to myself "Maybe im simply not born for this" and had real bad moments - because my focus was too much irrelevant stuff.

I will follow this, thank you. I've gotten quite good at keeping my mind blank but it seems I can tap into this zone you speak of, I think I've already started because when I focus with void I can actually focus better and concentrate only on what I want. If only I had this in high school lol
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