Beyond the Clock: Understanding Time’s True Nature

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This post is the continuation of a post I did a few weeks back, where I discussed one of the key aspects of time. I discussed that “time is a layered and structural process“.

Taking it a step further, let’s examine that aspect of time in more depth.

Time is Relative.

To understand this, let’s consider you’re playing hide-and-seek.

While playing, your hiding spot depends on your position relative to other objects around you.

You might hide behind the couch, under the bed or inside the wardrobe.

Now, these or any other things in the area where you’re playing define how you and the seeker understand your hiding spot.

In simpler words, in hide-and-seek, your hiding spot is never fixed. 

It’s all about where you are compared to the couch, the closet, the bed. Your hiding spot is defined by its relationship to these objects.

A similar case is the one with time and about the turning point in time (that’s about to happen in the future).

When we measure time with its other natural and meaningful object points (which is not Geometry or Astrology, as most would assume), we discover a truth about time that delivers excellent turning points in the markets.

That is much better than relying on complicated formulas and baseless understanding found on Google or YouTube videos.”

Here is a 5-minute chart of today’s Crude Oil turns that uses the same esoteric principle discussed above.

Time is Relative

Well, that’s it for now on this exciting topic. The last post on this topic will be about how you can learn this highly powerful process (timing technique). Divesh.

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About the author

Divesh Jotwani is an active and full-time trader in the Indian markets. He has spent over 20+ years researching and discovering WD Gann's methods and applying them daily in the markets.