How To Make Time Slow Down and Maximize Your Life

It seems that the older you get the faster time goes by and the quicker days, weeks, months, and years pass. The trick to reversing this process is to take time out of your day to sit down on a busy sidewalk or lock yourself in a basement or get trapped in an elevator. Put yourself in situations where you feel incredibly uncomfortable and you wish time would pass. If you sit on a sidewalk, every second you're sitting there like an idiot with people passing you and staring will seem like an hour. If you do this once a day for thirty minutes, by the end of the year it's like you've lived an extra five decades.

If you don't want to be that bold you can always just force yourself to sit in the basement in the dark or in a closet for an hour. While you're in there, take time to reflect on life and think about all the things that distract you throughout a normal day so you can ignore those things once you exit the basement. When you've cleared your mind and spent an hour in the dark thinking, you can focus more clearly on the things happening around you and so not only did you just experience an hour that felt like a day, but you can also be more aware of the things happening around you in order to create new memories that will make time seem more substantial when you reflect the next day in the basement.

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