There are a few ways. But, the best way I know that can be put into words instead of needing demonstration is the use of anecdotes.
For a person to understand their own natural experience of time distortion you remind them of times they have had it: driving in a car and arriving at the exit 'too soon'; listening to a particularly engrossing performance at a concert; quietly meditating; being in a boring lecture; etc. When speaking about these it is necessary to embellish them with lots of indirect suggestions and a few tid bits what will remind the lister of the things they recall from the scenes when they lived them. It doesn't hurt to do them early on in the session and again new the end of the session. In this manner the client will have taken the trance content in wrapped up, you might say, in their own understanding of time distortion.
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