quote by Luke Wilson

Do men have a biological clock? I feel like I do. Something is definitely ticking!

— Luke Wilson

Perspective Biological Clock quotations

Biological clock quote Our entire biological system, the brain and the earth itself, work on the same f

Our entire biological system, the brain and the earth itself, work on the same frequencies.

Why should I worry about the biological clock ticking? Saif is 10 years older. He should be worried.

Only when the clock stops does time come to life

Biological clock quote The man who stops advertising to save money is like the man who stops the clock

The man who stops advertising to save money is like the man who stops the clock to save time.

Downloading a Tamagotchi egg onto my phone is possibly the loudest my biological clock has ever ticked.

The biological clock and the career clock are in total conflict with each other.

I could see myself still swimming because I'm really enjoying the sport.

But at the same time I have this biological clock that is ticking.

Astronomy says: the sun will rise tomorrow, Zoology says: on rainbow-fish and lithe gazelle, Psychology says: but first it has to be night, so Biology says: the body-clocks are stopped all over town and History says: here are the blankets, layer on layer, down and down.

Why limit yourself to the experience of your own relatively brief time on earth, according to your biological clock, when the whole realm of the human experience reaching back infinitely far is available to you?

It is easier to wiggle the toes than reset the biological clock, but that is just a belief that is rooted in superstition. If we could understand that the human body is a network of information and energy, then we would see that the same principles apply everywhere in the body.

I never went through a biological clock experience. I never even heard it ticking.

I think women assess time passage much better than men - because of their biological clocks - and they are much more realistic about measuring out time, whereas men tend to hang onto things. Women acknowledge the biology of their time, and dance through the beat of that drum...whereas men just drum.

No man wants to feel that he's there because of his woman's biological clock or because he's filling a job opening for husband or significant other.

Biological clock? I don't even own a watch.

In moments of transcendence, when time stands still, your biological clock will stop. The spirit is that domain of our awareness where there is no time.

We all are conditioned to be settled down at 30 and have a job.

Women are thinking "Well, when am I having children?" There is a biological clock. There are things that you're thinking about as a woman.

I try not to be a prisoner to those kinds of thoughts or ideas of what I think my life should be or shouldn't be. That's why I've never had a five-year plan. I always knew that I wanted to have children. It wasn't kind of something that I discovered later. I also never felt the biological clock ticking because I think I always knew that I wanted to adopt.

If you can wiggle your toes with the mere flicker of an intention, why can't you reset your biological clock?

I felt that the biological clock was some myth to keep me from doing what I wanted to do. And so I rebelled against it in the '90s. I thought it was a backlasher, some sort of faulty data. But it's real. I'm glad I woke up before my body was just like 'uh-uh.

Time is an experience in consciousness.

It is metabolized as our biological clock. Changing our experience of time can reverse aging.

The way we metabolize our experience of time influences our biological clock.

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