Pretend for a moment that you were traveling in our solar system at the exact opposite speed of the Sun rotation, and on an inverted axis such that you always stay in the exact same position relative to the sun, and within our solar system in respect to the position of the other planets.
The intention is that your place in space is static, yet still within our solar system.
Will time stop?
Assuming also that time is nothing more than the movement of particles, would the only possible method of freezing time be to reach absolute kelvin?
Is there any way to counter this movement? Say, travel in the opposite direction at the same rate such that your speed is always non-existent?