These techniques came about serendipitously during teleportation experiments that ran from September to November 2004. While teleportation experiments met with very limited success when it came to actually moving through space physically, there were some very interesting effects related to experimental procedure.
The first indication that something might be happening was a clock, sitting about five feet from experimental platform (That is, sofa I was sitting on…) that stopped during second experiment. It started again on it’s own after five hours, and within 12 hours had caught up to correct time.
At time it was written off as faulty batteries and new ones put in clock next day.
During third experiment clock slowed by seven minutes. This slow-down happened only during teleportation attempt. Again it corrected itself by next morning. Even though watched, clock showed anomalous effects only during procedure.
To test nature of this effect I placed a small digital clock on my person, sat next to wall clock that had been showing irregular effects in approximately same position as before, and placed a third clock at far wall of another room.
I attempted to teleport as before. The two clocks closest to me had a variance of twenty minutes and thirty seconds from control clock in other room. When I checked with several outside clocks variance of control clock that was in building was less than one minute.
This happened at some approximate level during each teleportation experiment that was checked for differences in time.
Things that I noticed during these episodes:
*The variance in time was directly proportional to my own perception of meditative state. The deeper I went, more time skewed.
*Time effects went away when I focused my mind on non-space warping topics, with one exception, regardless of mental state. That exception was, naturally, when I focused on time itself, rather than space.
*If I allowed myself to dwell on time rather than space, I could direct warping of time to move more slowly or more quickly in my local area, out to about seven feet from my body. The area of effect fell off greatly after that until about eighteen feet away effects faded to a level that could not be determined with equipment at hand.
*Time seems to have an elastic quality that causes it to catch-up or wait for rest of local time. In other words, if you bend it, it will snap back into place. The effects of these experiments seem, by and large, temporary.
From this I learned to bend time. During further experiments I learned that for some reason it is far simpler to warp time while moving in space. Now before anyone runs out and buys a space ship, I am talking about travel in planes and automobiles, not some interstellar expedition. While this effect may work well under those conditions as well, I have not had opportunity to try at this point.
I mention this not because it is needed for effect to be used, but rather, because this effect is only real use I have found for this particular skill. Getting places faster by changing local time coordinates. The idea is tricky to hold in your mind, but works very well, when you get hang of it.. I have successfully altered time with following technique by twenty minutes faster and slower subjective time as opposed to external time. I would recommend testing it with clocks of differing sorts, to prevent simple psychokinetic effect on a given kind of clock from skewing your data, placed at various distances from your body. This will give you feedback as to level of your success.
This technique is really very easy to understand. What is important is holding to very good fundamentals. The depth of your mental state is very important to good results for instance. You will also greatly increase your effects by holding a very clear concept, a raw subconscious idea, of what you wish to happen.