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THROUGH TIME

THROUGH TIME
The Through Time (Anglo-European) person has his or her
Time Line organized from left to right or from up to down or in a
“v,” or in some other organization where (and here’s the critical
component), the past, present and future are all in front of the
person at all times without the person having to turn his or her
head. The past and the future are in front of the person without
the person having to turn his or her head to see it. For example, if
the past is on the left, and in his or her peripheral vision, and the
future is on the right, then the person is Through Time. A
Through Time person has the past, present and the future, in
front of him or her, and not inside his or her body.
IN TIME
An In Time person, on the other hand, has some of his or her
memories of the past and the future behind him or her no matter
how the Time Line is arranged. This person will have all or some
of the characteristics ascribed to Arabic time. In making the
distinction between In Time and Through Time, notice that
whether the Time Line is up to down, front to back or in some
other configuration, the most critical component here is deter-
mining if any part of the past, present or future memories are
behind him or her so that he or she has to turn his or her head to
see them, or is a part of the Time Line inside his or her body. If
any part of the Time Line dissects the body, the person is In
Time

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