Experiencing time loops, approximately 7 years each in Time Travel Claims Posted January 27, 2017 at 09:49 AM Welcome back, TimeLooper. I’d been inactive here for awhile when I chanced upon your response. In digesting the volume of information supplied by you, I categorized and reorganized the essence of it into something of a case file. To ease both others’ review of this thread and, perhaps, your use of additional subheadings for the purpose of recording your treatments (received and scheduled) as well as plan(s) of action, a recap preliminary to further discussion directly follows: ________________________________________________________________________ Subject: TimeLooper (TL) - Description: 36-year-old woman, living in Upstate New York, is experiencing time loops. Each loop, of a total of about 40 loops so far, has lasted upto seven years roughly between 2016-2023. Typical time loop: TL wakes up at 36 years of age and, within a few months, recalls her having repeatedly thus woken up whereupon she commences to similarly live to be about 43 years old when, presumably due to a health complication, she dies and/or vanishes briefly before indefinitely reliving the same phase of her former existence. Medical History - - Bipolarity satisfactorily treated since early 20s. - Mystery autoimmune disease aggravated by susceptibility to - Guillain-Barre syndrome, which is typically preceded by “an infectious illness such as a respiratory infection or the stomach flu [... It] is a rare disorder in which your body's immune system attacks your nerves. Weakness and tingling in your extremities are usually the first symptoms. These sensations can quickly spread, eventually paralyzing your whole body. In its most severe form Guillain-Barre syndrome is a medical emergency[...] Most people recover from [the] syndrome, though some may experience lingering effects from it, such as weakness, numbness or fatigue”-- Guillain-Barre syndrome - Mayo Clinic. "In terms of medical issues shortly preceding my re-experience of the time looping, I was unconscious for a period of 18 hours here at home. My mother was unable to rouse me,” TL wrote. Months ago, she was regularly confused about the season, whether she’d eaten, what, if any, plans she had for the day ...&c. Sometimes the few years following a lapse in her health can be “pretty hazy.” Consequent to her syndrome related paralysis, “I [have] had to go through about a year of physical therapy to regain my strength and coordination.” TL has had to use a wheelchair and a walker during previous time loops, but, thankfully, one Lofstrand crutch has sufficed during this and recent time loops. And, despite the physical therapists’ being less optimistic, she believes she’ll soon not need a cane, "I've been working hard at strengthening and now do need it only some of the time. I remember not using it." Recurrent inter+personal problems: TL did once and her abused friend, Maria, continues to get pregnant with mixed results: an induced birth impelled TL to become both more discriminating and cautious in matters of intimacy, whereas her friend, either by consent or rape, is only happy to conceive a child. Preventing Maria from being repeatedly violated gives TL a limited sense of purpose while the former, for being in dire straits, cannot win. Summary: TL, who only feels capable of making modest and gradual changes in her life, recently took up swimming. When not struggling to overcome adversity, she still takes some joy in life, e.g. in reading. Somewhat interested in becoming certified as a teacher, she has already written her share of children’s books and horror novels. Lastly, much as TL loves “family, friends, animals, and the world,” she simply wants to live the remainder of her days as an ordinary mortal. ________________________________________________________________________ Have you any corrections to make to the above? It is because of the fact that, after a few life-altering events, I and even the world seemed so different that I choose to give you every benefit of doubt. In attempting to understand the cycles common to your time loops, I was confused about your being 36 after your having gone “through about a year of physical therapy” subsequent to a 3-year-long hazy phase. Is that circumstantially usual?-- or, are you sometimes closer to 40 years of age at this stage of your repetitious life? Also, inasmuch as there is no “cure” per se for Guillain-Barre syndrome, did you mean that you were in a state of malaise for a few years following your recuperation? Your mention of your having once stayed in a nursing home surprised me, but, then, I discovered the fact that it’s increasingly common for them to admit persons in their early thirties. Disparate are the genres of literature that you’ve mentioned. Hopefully, your love of writing horror novels doesn’t bleed into your writing of children’s books, since few people especially like scary bedtime stories. Moreover, don't you find strange the irony of your preoccupation with terrifying tales and the hellishness of your indefinitely reliving a time loop? I recommend you keep a diary or daily journal. It's late. So, while I might have more to add later, there is one more thing I'll mention before closing. You have spoken about the importance of purposefulness. That may not necessarily involve religiosity, but, were I in your shoes, mine would be a continual prayer. Momently dwelling in the Holy Spirit, I mostly pray “[...]deliver us from evil” for that implies more than peace-- that is prerequisite to realizing heaven in a benevolent, loving and forgiving, God. 0: -) MGby.