It's not correct English.
Confusion often arises between the verb passed
She passed the library each morning on the way to work
and the word past which, problematically, while never a verb,
can act as a noun:
The reason for his actions lay in his past
or a preposition:
The first horse past the post
or an adverb:
Several dogs ran past
or an adjective:
The past week has been a busy one.
In your case your are talking about the years past where past is an adjective. That's to say, earlier years or years that have gone by.
To use your construction, you would have to change it to read:
As I reflect on the years that have passed since.....