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Dangerous Illusions: Why Time Should Be Replaced

Dangerous Illusions: Why Time Should Be Replaced

We’d all be youthful (no time, no age!) and less stressed or anxious as we wouldn’t have to scuttle about meeting our daily, hectic schedules. Let’s face it, we’d be able to fit a lot more into our lives without time because we wouldn’t have that sword of Damocles hanging over our head in the form of a ticking pendulum!

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The Three Dimensions of Time

The Three Dimensions of Time

There is one Creator, organized into three aspects – Intention, Attraction, and Motion – and the dimensional properties of matter are created by each of those aspects creating three varieties of itself. Three times three varieties means that there are a total of nine dimensional properties of matter. Time is one of the nine dimensional properties of physical matter. Another is Space. Because of the Law of Creation’s tendency to self-replicate, there are, furthermore, three varieties or directions of Space – commonly expressed as length, breadth, and height.

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So, You Think Time is Real?

Written by on February 7, 2017 in Conscious Living with 1 Comment
So, You Think Time is Real?

Have you ever heard of the  ancient and epic poem the Ramayana? It says that long ago there was a powerful Demon king named Ravana. His power blinded him with pride, deceived him into thinking he was larger than Dharma or Truth. Ravana stole a princess, Sita, another’s wife, and a war was waged to […]

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The Truth Will Set You Free: Time Does Not Exist

Posted by on May 6, 2014 in Sci-Tech, Science with 2 Comments
The Truth Will Set You Free: Time Does Not Exist

When we ask ourselves why we think time exists, most of us would say: because we see everything changing, always. And so it is: everything in and around us is constantly changing, from beginning until the end. The question however is: is the reason for this perpetual change to be found outside the changing subject (caused by a phenomena called time) or is all change coming from inside the changing subject itself?

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Time Is an Illusion: Past, Present, and Future All Exist Now [MUST SEE VIDEO]

Posted by on February 2, 2014 in Science with 21 Comments
Time Is an Illusion: Past, Present, and Future All Exist Now [MUST SEE VIDEO]

Brian Greene, Professor of Physics and Mathematics at Columbia University, presents interesting information about the nature of space-time, including an explanation of how past, present, and future all exist in the now.

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