Time Dilation

Robert Mazak
6 min readSep 5, 2023

I have long been interested in the true definition of time and as usual, I was reviewing a video about time dilation today. What I find interesting about time is that it only seems to move in a forward direction in our current reality. It would make sense to me that if I can move forward in time, I should be able to move backward as well, and perhaps even move outside of time. I suppose that we do move through time in many different directions all the time, but only through our consciousness. It appears that no matter how much we move through time consciously, our physical nature and our reality only seem to move forward. I have often thought that our bodies are simply programmed to progress and not digress just like we might do for a computer or a car, where everything is based on some type of predetermined coding. Does this mean that our past simply disappears and no longer exists? Or does everything that happens to us simply get stored in some type of database somewhere in the universe or the fabric of space-time?

I believe that all of us would like to think that our existence is not just some random happening that comes and goes without any meaningful purpose. It is easy to chock up the past existing for each of us based on the stored memories of our minds, however, it would be nice to know that we make a difference without our existence. There are some interesting theories and experiences that point to the fact that there may be a cosmic database that harnesses all our experiences and stores them for some purpose. But why do we have a life in this reality? Is this simply some extension of a greater mind wanting to have multiple experiences in order to evolve? I believe that in some way there is always a way to “travel” back into the past by learning to tap into this repository of information so that we can learn exponentially while we are here in this short life. I am not trying to say that we only have this one simple life and that is it because my experiences strongly point to multiple lives and reincarnation. What I am saying is that the past is what brings experience and learning, and if all we do in this life is look forward, I believe we are missing the best part of our experience as human beings. I don’t think that living completely in the past is a good thing either, but if we are not learning from our history and the histories of those before us, then we can never truly evolve.

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Robert Mazak

I provide energy healing methods designed to achieve clarity and balance for your mind, body and soul.