As I read today’s Seth it reminds me of experiences I’ve had where time has slowed down or sped up to varying degrees. It seemed to slow down during moments of potential crisis where rapid action was required to avoid potential injury … and it seemed to speed up when I was so absorbed in what I was doing that I lost track of time. I believe all of us have had experiences like that … which gives rise to the term “psychological time” as a term to describe our perception of time.
Seth is obviously talking about something more fundamental than our perception of time … he’s talking about different realities with different “speeds” and even different definitions of time that are outside our range of physical perception or intellectual comprehension. Like a TV tuned to a specific channel, we’re precisely tuned to a 3D Earth vibration in physical reality and, consequently, we are unaware of the overlapping realities playing out in each moment that are tuned differently to our 3D perception.
“Your historical time is, say, but one species of time that dwells upon the earth. There are many others. Time itself emerges from idea, which is itself timeless, so in those terms there was no point where time began, though such a reference becomes necessary from your own viewpoint.”
(Dreams, “Evolution” and Value Fulfillment Vol 2, Session 928)