Sunday, 20 November 2016

Bodies Age, Being Doesn't

There is no chronological age outside the body. It's Always Now. There was never a time or ever will be a time that it isn't Always Now.  We can support this idea by finding out what conditions the perceptions of 'past'. Time isn't a straight line that starts somewhere and then continues on and on. Linear time happens when conditions are right. To make linear time a perception and belief, we have to see an object leave one location for another. When this takes place, our mind will see the event where that object was at its first location, as a past event or memory.  In the Absolute, this isn't the case. It's only the case from our particular reference frame.

Cause and effect is a chain reaction. The chain isn't growing links as our bodies grow. The chain is in one piece.  We can't see the whole chain. When we're in a body, we see a chain link one at a time.  Although it looks like the links we've already existed with have gone into a past, they haven't. We moved further along the chain. Finite space is distance between locations. We don't need a past-present-future for its existence. Every moment has finite space. They are in a state of non-motion, in the Now. Bodies don't stay at one particular moment event. The event chain spins like a reel on a projector.  The frame rate gives the illusion of motion and the illusion that events leave the present and head into a past.

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