Time isn’t something solid, like a block. It’s something we create, moment by moment, like a movie. Illness results from errors in the way we create time.
Einstein was right. The distinction between past, present, and future is just an illusion. The past is here with us now; it’s just cycling more quickly than we are. And the future is here with us, too; it’s just cycling more slowly.
Gravity and time are the twin poles of the illusion. In the equations, they will cancel each other out. The greater the force of gravity, the faster time spins. As Einstein predicted, gravity is “fake;” the surface of the earth – Along with the rest of the universe – is accelerating.
We must synchronize with time. There are two different mechanisms at work: perception and calibration. We may perceive ourselves as being in the right time signature, but be cycling time at the wrong speed. Or we may perceive ourselves as being in the wrong time signature, but be cycling time at the right speed.
If we cycle time at the speed of the past (i.e. too quickly), it’s Parkinson’s. If we cycle time at the speed of the future (i.e. too slowly), it’s ALS. These are errors in calibration.
There can also be errors in perception. If we’re cycling time at the right speed, but our brains perceive us as being in the past, it’s Alzheimer’s. We keep trying to fit time’s larger circle with our small one; we continuously lose time. If we’re cycling time at the right speed, but our brains perceive us as being in the future, it’s chronic fatigue syndrome or ME/CFS. We keep trying to fit our small circle with time’s larger one; we continuously lose light. In both cases, what’s really lost is ourselves. Self as light, or self as time.
What do I mean when I say “cycle time,” exactly? I mean the rate at which our energy and matter are spinning into each other. Energy and matter spinning into each other—viz. when we heal wounds, when we procreate, when our bones remodel and grow—is the central yin/yang of life. Energy and matter cycling into each other is timelessness becoming time.
The reason a body might misperceive which time signature it’s in could be calcified manganese (in the case of ME/CFS) or calcified iron (in the case of Alzheimer’s) in the pineal gland. The pineal gland is where I believe temporal location (the perception by the body of itself in time) takes place. Anil Seth discusses proprioception very succinctly and elegantly here.