Time measurement while in the body is different from the calculation of time in other states of consciousness.
Even the most eminent scientists did not have any idea that the time also has a velocity. If we fix or decide the velocity of time, then it will be difficult to measure all other velocities.
Therefore, we have kept time steady. We say that in one hour someone has walked three miles, but if within three miles the hour also walks somewhat, it will create many difficulties. so we made the hour steady and static; otherwise, everything would be in confusion
But the most interesting fact is; it is non-static, fickle and moves more than anything else. Time means change but we have kept that fixed otherwise all other measurements of movement will be impossible. This time-velocity runs more or less in accordance with one’s state of consciousness.
When one is not in the body there is no difference between one moment and one hundred years. Time measurement begins only with the body. Outside the body, it makes no difference whether you have been for one hundred years or one thousand years. Only upon acquiring a body, the difference
Time measurement while in the body is different from the calculation of time in other states of consciousness. At the time of birth, it moves very slowly and at the time of death, it moves very rapidly. We have not understood the speed of time because in our understanding time has no speed. We understand only that in time all things move.
Our measurements of time are in the world of bodily existence. After the death, time doesn’t matter like in a dream, an expanse of several years can be seen within a moment. If, after awakening a dreamer from the dream, he had no way of knowing when he went to sleep, then it would be difficult to determine the length of his sleep. That can be known only by a clock. The timescale of a soul without a body is different.