According to the Spiritual Law of Perspective, the lower our vibrational frequency, the slower our perception of time.
Time is not linear. If we are bored or unhappy, it seems to us that time slows down. If we are afraid and fearful, time seems to stand still. When we are happy, interested and excited, time seems to fly by. In line with the Spiritual Law of Perspective, people who engage in low-vibration activities may find that time passes slowly. When people are engaged in high-vibrational activities, time seems to pass by very quickly.
Time is able to be transcended. People who have particular psychic abilities are able to tune into the past (even past lives) and/or into the future. Different mediums are able to tune into different time-frames. When we are dreaming we are often able to move into different time realities.
Within the Spiritual Law of Perspective, size also depends upon perception. When we are small children everything seems a great deal larger than what they do once we reach adulthood. An issue or problem which can seem enormous and insurmountable as we stress upon it and toss and turn at night, can seem quite solvable and manageable in the light of the morning. The challenge may remain the same, but our perspective has changed.
A person who has psychic vision and is able to see Elementals (fairies, elves, sylphs and other spirit creatures), perceives a much more expanded version of the Universe in totality than someone whose ‘third-eye’ (and mind) is closed. A person who is plagued by negative energies and entities will have a very different perspective to someone who is in touch with their spirit guides, angels and beings of light.
According to the Spiritual Law of Perspective, each person handles their challenges differently according to their personal level of consciousness. It all depends upon perspective. There is no judgment, but rather, awareness that everyone has a different reality and perspective.
In general, humanity judges suicide and condemns it as being weak or sinful. From another perspective it can be perceived as someone yearning and longing for peace and love within. The notion of torture can be perceived as an evil deed, or as a desire and lesson for the soul to seek compassion.
Sex can be perceived to be immoral, or as an expression of love. War can be perceived as a dreadful thing, or can be perceived as an opportunity for the soul to seek strength and courage. The horrible person can be seen as a threat, or as someone who is teaching lessons (eg how NOT to behave). Someone who ‘pushes our buttons’ may be serving us by bringing lessons and unresolved feelings to our attention in order to be dealt with and resolved.
The Spiritual Law of Perspective tells us that each and every person has a human aspect which masks their Divine perfection. As humans, we will continue to struggle with our perceptions until we see and acknowledge the Divine Light in all things and all people.