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HOW YOU STORE TIME

HOW YOU STORE TIME
So what I would like you to do for a moment is to stop and
think of where the past is and where the future is for you. When
you stop to think of it, consider that memories in the past have a
certain direction as they come to you. They are stored in a certain
location so that you know the difference between them and the
events that are in your future. Now, I also call events in your
future memories. You’ll see why in a moment. There are events
out there in your future that are different from the events in your
past, and you know this because you’ve got them organized
differently. Now, if I were to ask you, “Could you point to the
past and to the future?” if I were to say, “Can you point to the
future?” to what direction would you point? To what direction
do you point, when I ask, “Where’s the past?” Did you point left
to right, or front to back, up to down, or some other
combination?
The Anglo-European type of time we call “Through Time,”
and it is delineated by a Time Line that stretches from left to right
(or right to left), or any other organization where all the past,
present, and future are in front of you. The Arabic type of time,
which we call “In Time,” is represented by a Time Line that
stretches from front to back or any combination of past, present
and future where a portion of the Time Line is inside your body,
or behind the plane of your eyes.

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