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Is This Chronokinesis?

 

When I was 10 years old I was sitting gluing pieces of paper together. We had this glue stick that was sitting on top of this little stool thing that was only about a foot off the ground.

My friend moved and knocked the glue off the stool and I did not really know what happened to me after that.

Everything went really slow as if the world had completely stopped and I was the only one moving. I could actually see the glue stick falling through the air. I can't remember if it had stopped or if it was just going incredibly slow.

I kept on thinking to myself should I catch this or shouldn't I? It would be pretty cool if I caught it. So I just put my hand out and caught it before it hit the ground.

When I caught it everything went back to normal. I looked up to my friend and she said "oh that was so fast. But it didn't feel fast atoll it felt as if everything was going at a snails pace.

I am now a goalkeeper for football and hockey and whenever I see the football hockey ball coming toward me I can make it so that I can see it coming towards me slowly and I can give myself plenty of time to think should I save it with my hand, arm, leg or should I just catch it?

I am really confused because I have been told that this may be chronokinesis.

Can anyone please help me. I don't know what's happening.

Thanks

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Rain (4 stories) (191 posts)
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10 years ago (2010-05-26)
Adrenaline might explain this, but if it was adrenaline, he probably would know. His heart would have been pumping like mad after going into overdrive that fast.

Adrenaline jumping into overdrive that fast is highly unlikely, especially over such a small matter.
Lasker2 (5 stories) (89 posts)
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10 years ago (2010-05-25)
Ha ha, a lot people below seeking shelter in science, i.e. Dismissing the actual story.

I'm sorry folks, but science is sometimes wrong and can't explain what our friend here is asking about:

People can indeed stop the flow of time around them, slow it down, and speed it up. Science on Earth has no explanation, though there are spiritual answers:

"Hadarians can even bend time to their advantage. When a Hadarian really needs to get things done in tight timeframe, they will - because they can stretch time. It's not something they do intellectually - they just do it. I heard this is something we all can do, or learn to do, but Hadarians are natural experts."

Http://reallifespirituality.com/starseeds-hadarians/
psychicAngel (guest)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-25)
To my mind science and psychic ability go hand in hand inmyworld13, as the whole world - hope not to bore you with this - is made up of atoms. We, animals,objects, plant life etc etc are all made up of bundles of energy acting and reacting with each other, hence the existence of spirits and spirit communication. You only have to take the psychic medium abilities of clairambience (clear tasting) & clairalience (clear smelling) to appreciate a chemical change that causes somebody to smell or taste something (along with memory recall) to appreciate this.

Clinical evidence is now emerging for this very reason, to support this reality, and your experiences are a both a biological chemical change and response within you, enhanced by your psychic ability/gifts and your skill to harness it further so that it is useful in sport is commendable. You have developed a natural gift from that which automatically kicks in to gear in threatening and/or life or death situations we call the fight or flight response.

To develop it to an enhanced level like this is wonderful! Be encouraged.
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Inmyownworld13 (5 stories) (14 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-25)
thanks for the help everyone, I understand it a little bit more. 😁
HenvdemonOfTheHeart (2 stories) (14 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-25)
Something like that happened to me on many ocassions. Once in fourth was literally in the air for like one or two minutes, another time a few years back my heart rate was normal one of my classmates was falling to the ground from standing took her thirty seconds to fall I opted not to help, wasn't my place and wasn't needed. Don't sweat it, time is just an illusion so people feel compelled to get things done and rush themselves to their grave. 😐 😁
Doublemint (3 stories) (261 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-25)
Lyro's comment on adrenalin is feasible in fact same principle theory is no different if applied while driving a car. This example excludes no one if another driver pulls out in front of you thought response time is temporarily overridden by quick reflexes to avoid or brace for impact. I have had two near misses first based on adrenalin theory saw a car speeding in reverse out of driveway. No 'thought' or perception of time foot hit gas pedal avoiding tee-bone impact in the aftermath a feeling of adrenalin rush. Second near miss three hours later time actually stopped there was no sound at all drivers in surrounding cars appeared to be frozen. I was physically moving in seat but my truck was not it truly felt like someone entered my body holding down break pedal. In glancing, over one lone vehicle speeding why it was not frozen is still a mystery. In running the red light this vehicle literally passed right through the front of my truck exiting out the other end, I felt a rush of loud air all sound returned my truck lurched forward as if nothing happened.
I could tell by the look on peoples faces that they witnessed something out of the ordinary.
D'Mint
Adaryn7 (6 stories) (460 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-24)
Yeah the only time this sort of thing happened to me was in a car accident (minor, don't worry!) We skidded off the road, and everything seemed to unfold soooo slowly, when it was probably quite fast. Adrenalin seems to be involved in your situations too. However, you seem to be able to control it, hmm... Interesting
Adaryn7
yellow_rose13 (5 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-24)
I've never had this experience except in situations where my life was in danger, like Lyro says, but if I were you I'd take it as a gift. Everyone has psychic abilities but some are more tuned in than others and everyone has a different way of responding to their intuition whether it be physical sensations, emotional (like me), visual or mental. Some hear things, others can even smell or taste psychically. I would be thanking my guides and Angels each time it happened and I bet it would happen more often. This is a good strength to have!
Lyro (462 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-24)
It may be, but my first thought is chemical. In the science view, you would be pumping adrenaline into your system activating what is known as the "fight or flight" reflex. When I was almost killed... Actually a few times... Time seems to slow down, but it's because of all that being dumped into you, that you are just thinking about all of it, time is still moving at the same pace, you just perceive it as being different.
AJBENN123 (guest)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-24)
well I have had the same expirence a few times with that I was in the fourth grade I was tether ball I decided to make the ball slow and it did but everything else went slow to it was wierd I ene up hitting it really fast and my friend asked me how I moved so fast and I said I didn't know.

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