Excerpt About Time

Presence is the Present of All Time, Including Past and Future
We perceive time only by perceiving change. In fact, time is a measurement of change. When there is no change whatsoever, and no movement, time is at a standstill. In fact, it is easy to see that time is the flow of successive differentiations in manifestation. Therefore, since all differentiations are within the boundless experience of true nature, time occurs in pure presence. All time -- past, present, and future -- happens within the expanse of pure presence. And since we experience presence only in the present, presence is the present of all time, including past and future.

Discuss Time

To discuss an individual definition, click the discuss » link below that definition.

comments powered by Disqus