I gotta a question fellas: If space and time are one thing, therefore moving in space I am also moving in time.If I was to stop all the energy in my body from moving in their own higgs boson field. Would I therefore be mass-less and not experience time like a photon?
Stopping all the energy in your body from moving means that your Heinkel wave matrix would be orthogonal to the upper L'Hospital quantum limit, which would transform all elementary particles constituting you onto a 4D Poincare manifold. There are several hypotheses on what would happen afterward, the most prevalent theory is that you would exist in a superuniverse with complete control of all sub-universes, including the one we inhabit now.
As far as I know, the only (theoretical) method of achieving this is by extended defluxation of the MIMS-field using an Alcubierre drive, though no successful attempts at building the Alcubierre drive has been reported yet.
TL;DR: Most likely you become God.
You can't eliminate the interaction of the Higgs field to the fermions by just taking away all their kinetic energy. There will always be an interaction there.
The only way to undo the higgs mechanism and remove mass from fermions would be to pump enough energy into the vacuum (higgs field) to allow the field to exist at the value of zero, unbreaking the SU(2) symmetry that it has in the standard model. This value would have to extend over a large volume of space, making it very very costly; it would also be completely unstable, as there are multiple possible states of the field for such an energy, only one of which eliminates the symmetry breaking.
It's impossible, OP.
But yeah if you could remove all the mass from the particles in your body, they wouldn't experience time. You would also immediately disintegrate into a hyper-charged plasma and no longer exist as an identifiable entity.
This is all assuming that you can use a class C Fujikawa-type stasis module to accelerate the anti-neutrino decay fast enough to produce a supersymmetric Micro Dyson sphere. Without that the upper L'Hospital quantum limit will spontaneously collapse before the wave matrix can reach proper orthogonality. It's just not practical with current technology