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Weird Time Experience

 

I woke up at morning to go to school. But, it wasn't the same usual time I always had. Things were different.

I left at 6:19, and well I put on my headphones on and listen to music and 5 or 6 songs played at once. It was usually one or two and I was walking normally. I looked at the time and now it says 6:26 I was shocked. It doesn't take that long to walk to the bus stop.

My best friend text me, "where are you?"

I told her what time did the bus came and, she told me 6:26. Since she always calls her mom at the same time as the bus stop comes and she goes to the same bus stop as me. And I was like, "huh? But I came here at 6:26?!" And I didn't even heard the bus coming...

I went back home it was 6:38. I was still shocked, it only takes a minute or two to go home or back at the bus stop.

This is not my first time however, another time experience was that I was in English class, I was looking at the clock on the wall. I noticed the clock was skipping two seconds and it's getting faster. I remember looking at it and it also stop, at the same time, everyone in class stop talking, it was usually loud. By the time I blink, everyone started to talk again and the time kept moving.

Another experience was that I feel like time it's getting slower and faster sometimes when class passes by, like for example I was doing my work and I felt rapid when I was doing my work. By the time I finished my friends were barely finished with one question. Another one was that, everyone finished their work and I just started. And class time gets faster or slower when I am not doing anything.

Can anyone tell me what it's going on? And how do I control this?

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Magickyg413 (8 stories) (96 posts)
 
3 years ago (2016-02-01)
That is beautiful:D ❤
I love it. And why you show me this?! It's beautiful...
Magickyg413 (8 stories) (96 posts)
 
3 years ago (2016-01-30)
It might be possible fossilera. I feel like slowing down the music while I was listening to it. So you might be right.
I posted more time experience in the future just in case.
fossilera (4 stories) (124 posts)
 
3 years ago (2016-01-30)
I'm inclined to think daydreaming, or going into a controlled stupor. Did you rule out that maybe when listening to your music, you got "lost in the moment" and actually slowed to the pace of the music? The time you indicated was about 7 minutes between leaving and getting to the bus stop; unless it's literally outside your door, I could see someone taking a leisurely walk while listening to music in that time frame.

I bring up the daydream because sometimes (as most people were back when I was in high school), they are running on a lack of sleep. The brain will sometimes sleep for a couple microseconds (hence everything going silent for a second). I'd stare at the clock, my eyes would droop for a second, and then the bell would go off in what seemed like 2 minutes later.

That doesn't mean there wasn't something psychic about this, but I tend to be a scientist and look at something logical first rather than jump to the metaphysical first (as we all should, as it would provide supporting evidence behind what we claim is real).
Emotionlessthug (68 posts)
 
3 years ago (2016-01-28)
This is why I'm reading more about special relativity and the human thought process, something is very odd about it.
Magickyg413 (8 stories) (96 posts)
 
3 years ago (2016-01-26)
I always feel like its skipping. I look at a clock and it skips 2 seconds. No, it hasn't went back.
seeblue (2 stories) (25 posts)
 
3 years ago (2016-01-25)
Does time always seem to skip forward, has it ever went back?

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