Time Stepping (help me)

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Cole

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This is too beyond me, I've looked for help and understanding for a long time now, i'm tired. It's making me tired. I believe to some degree it's KILLING ME.

I've been experiencing moment where I think i'm stepping out of sink with TIME. It starts with a sensation that I've learned how to tap into sometimes and activate or rather re-activate the sensation whenever I want now. I don't go back in time only a little forward (seconds/minutes). It's hard to describe what it feels like. I can feel and even sometimes see IMAGES that haven't actualized yet. It's not the same all the time. Sometimes the level of intensity is different. I can't remember when this started happening I only remember that I was really disturbed by the initial experience.

I don't want fame, I don't want undo attention I just want to understand. So I hope you don't mind if I don't post my first name.
 
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Sounds too me like you have a hidden ability
 

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sounds to me like your perspective is askew, just ask anyone observing you while doing this. its all in how you observe, and how you observe is not accurate.
 
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Cole. I believe your consciousness is starting to distinguish itself from your body. As long as you can control it and it does not cause you to lose consciousness, you can learn to live with it, and learn from it. I can say you are fortunate you only see a few moments forward. If you ever need to stop it, you need to reset (for lack of better word) your mind. This can be done easily with some drugs like xanex, or more easily obtained THC.
 

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Lawrence

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I understand what you feel because I to am able to see a few seconds or minutes into the future. To me it is like time travel for it becomes helpful when something dangerous or bad is about to happen to you. I get flashes of what may happen a few minutes in the future and change what I am doing so that bad event does not happen to me. For example driving down a road and seeing of feeling an accident ahead and then stopping the car at a gas station or a parking lot for 5 or more minutes to avoid being involved in a accident or near accident.
 

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I understand what you feel because I to am able to see a few seconds or minutes into the future. To me it is like time travel for it becomes helpful when something dangerous or bad is about to happen to you. I get flashes of what may happen a few minutes in the future and change what I am doing so that bad event does not happen to me. For example driving down a road and seeing of feeling an accident ahead and then stopping the car at a gas station or a parking lot for 5 or more minutes to avoid being involved in a accident or near accident.
this is a sign of ptsd. you are doing a disservice to yourself by believing this. using logic and deduction can give you a glimpse of the future, but that is the best us humans can hope for. i hope the best for you.
 
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this is a sign of ptsd. you are doing a disservice to yourself by believing this. using logic and deduction can give you a glimpse of the future, but that is the best us humans can hope for. i hope the best for you.
This is interesting what you told me about this being a sign of ptsd. I do not know if we are thinking of the same thing , as for ptsd I am thinking of post traumatic stress disorder. I am a Vietnam Veteran and was in lots of combat situations. I have been diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder and did not think of my flashes and feeling of what I see as being a symptom of ptst before, but it sure sounds logical. Could you explain it in more depth to me.
 

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This is interesting what you told me about this being a sign of ptsd. I do not know if we are thinking of the same thing , as for ptsd I am thinking of post traumatic stress disorder. I am a Vietnam Veteran and was in lots of combat situations. I have been diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder and did not think of my flashes and feeling of what I see as being a symptom of ptst before, but it sure sounds logical. Could you explain it in more depth to me.
yeah bud, im sorry you had to go through that. no one should ever have to go through that. ptsd makes you kinda feel like you never left the warzone. you always expect something to happen. you know its about time for something bad to happen.

it happens to me too, and ive ruined alot of life from reacting on it. ive been on this site for many years, looking for a way back to september 29th 1999. i never found that way. i now realize nothing will ever change the regret i have amd if i did, i would have never met the woman i had my children with. i accept that now.

i still stay on guard duty at nights, and i still watch everyone with the expectation that something bad is always about to happen when i am in public. its a hard struggle, but you can get control over it. im in your corner bud. ill be glad to help you with anything i can.

https://nvf.org/struggle-vietnam-veterans-with-ptsd/