Really sorry, for not referencing anything because what you are asking cannot be concluded by a reference link or a sloka. Though every scripture by any rishi, in India, tells us the same thing.
If it was really possible to reference such thing, then no rishi would have wrote any text, although, they must had gave us some experiments.
And yes, this questions requires experiments not just a textual information.
In my personal experience, not only me, whosoever takes meditation as important as breathing.
has reported, time is constant/still/infinite, mind is the device which travels through it.
So, can we control time is wrong question, Can we control mind? should be the questions.
And absolutely yes, we can control the mind (and it is always a personal experience no other being can tell you this).
And once the mind is controlled, time is also controlled as a complement.
As per the story of Dhurava in Vishnu Purana, when he was in the Intense tapasya, and when lord vishnu met him.
ref: Story of Dhruva
The time of meeting of Dhruva and Vishnu is that experience, which cannot be written, that is why we write lord vishnu instead, just to full fill the gap. Vishnu is that experience, in case of Dhruva.
Also, as per Geeta, when Krishna stopped the time, answers the same thing.
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