I’ve had some rather strange experiences with time over the years that have made me question our reality and the so-called “space-time continuum.” A recent experience opened my eyes to the possibility that we may all have the ability to change time as we desire. I am a third-generation psychic with clairsentient, clairaudient, and clairvoyant abilities. I have had some random experiences with time shifts in the past, but recently have noticed that I may have the ability to slow time down so that I can better observe my surroundings.
All of a sudden I felt like I slammed down into something, and looked down to see that I was standing in my 11-year old body! My mother, brother and sister were in the basement room looking at me as I screamed out. I realized what was going on—I was time-traveling in my own body! Being sick must have had something to do with it. I spent approximately five minutes with my family, told them what was going on and made observations about their appearance such as the glasses they wore and the red rash my brother had around his lips from eating too many tomatoes, and items in the room that I had long since forgotten.
I remember thinking that I didn’t know how much time I had to be with them, so I should use this time to tell my family about anything important I knew was coming in the future.
I told my sister not to go in the water when we would take a vacation to Corpus Cristi a few years later, because she would be stung by a man-o-war jellyfish that would set off Lupus in her body. The three of them did not believe a word I was saying. I then noticed the smell of pipe tobacco that I hadn’t smelled since my grandfather died in 1972 and I needed to investigate it.
I ran up the stairs and spoke with my grandmother, who was sitting at the kitchen table as she usually did. She died in 1985 and left me a letter but I never found it. I asked her where she would leave the letter for me in the future, and she knocked on the kitchen table and said she’d leave it “right here.”
Then I went into the living room to visit my grandfather, who was sitting in his favorite easy chair and smoking a pipe. I told him what was going on, and he seemed to believe me. We talked for a few minutes and then suddenly I was transported back to my present body with a hard slam that physically hurt. I had an instant migraine headache and became nauseous, but recovered by the next day. I was glad to get out of the Bahamas and go home.
I asked my family if they remembered me doing anything strange at age 11 but my sister and mother did not recall anything. However, my brother did remember the incident and even remembered the rash he had from the tomatoes. My grandmother's letter never showed up in the table, but I suspect that someone else in the family found it and kept it.
This experience left me with the idea that we all have the ability to time travel in our own bodies. As an experiment, I tried it again when I was ill a few years later, and to my surprise, it worked. However, I have not been able to duplicate it since. I noted that this only panned when I was ill. Perhaps being ill allows a person to leave their body more easily.
In my point of view, I did travel to the past using this method, although it was unintentional. Perhaps we can travel to the future by using this method as well.
Or maybe I've been using a part of my mind that is not fully trained yet, and I've tapped into a valuable resource that with practice can be controlled at will. If so, it sure would be nice to travel across country in a just a few minutes, and we wouldn’t need planes!