I'd like to share a suspicion here. You might have heard various arguments about whether or not neutrinos travel faster than the speed of light. Well, if they do, then their entire relationship with time is affected. In fact, neutrinos being faster than light would make them sub-spacial entities and it is amazing that we can detect them at all. Their ability to travel unhindered through matter lends itself to a suggestion that they oscillate between the three- and four-dimensional planes, which in turn would mean that their relationship with time is more malleable than we can perceive from here in this three-dimensional 'universe'.
These are neutrino tracks, graphically interpreted from live experiments in which neutrinos are detected by their interaction with more materially-based particles like electrons. The fact that these interactions are so uncommon does suggest that something is special about the neutrino, alongside the fact that I'd never heard of them when my mentors from somewhere I can't see asked me to look them up.
In the fourth dimension, one platform up from this one, there are no constraints of physical position as there are in this world we know. Our singularity in 3-D space has a point for its position, but a singularity in 4-D space is not confined to a point. While our ability to draw (on the 2-D level) is confined to using the point of a pencil, the 4-D artist uses 3-D materials to create her work, to construct shapes with depth, having internal and external features, all in the line of standard practice. In the fourth dimension, the constraints and constants we impose on our most advanced scientific work would appear ludicrous. Einstein called non-locality "spooky action at a distance" - in the 4-D world, it's a way of life.
The article behind the image above goes into the depths of telepathy and synchronicity in connecting them with non-locality. My hunch is that we're just starting to scratch the top layer off some very important truths that will change the way we feel about our world, and how we view our lives, and which will make sense of the influences and shared thoughts which we experience every day, whether we are aware of it or not. The 4-D world is our nextdoor neighbour, and maybe we've just walked up to the garden fence.
Kathy is the author of Quantumology. She met up with quantum mechanics in 1997, pledging allegiance to its sources thereafter. These are her personal thoughts and testimonies.