Time – No-Time – Time is an Illusion
As you read this sentence, you probably think that this moment—right
now—is what is happening. The present moment feels special. It is
real. However much you may remember the past or anticipate the
future, you live in the present. Of course, the moment during which
you read that sentence is no longer happening. This one is. In other
words, it feels as though time flows, in the sense that the present
is constantly updating itself. We have a deep intuition that the
future is open until it becomes present and that the past is fixed.
As time flows, this structure of fixed past, immediate present and
open future gets carried forward in time. This structure is built
into our language, thought and behavior. How we live our lives hangs
Yet as natural as this way of thinking is, you will not find it
reflected in science. The equations of physics do not tell us which
events are occurring right now—they are like a map without the “you
are here” symbol. The present moment does not exist in them, and
therefore neither does the flow of time.
Additionally, Albert Einstein’s theories of relativity suggest not
only that there is no single special present but also that all
moments are equally real [see “That Mysterious Flow,” by Paul
Davies; Scientific American, September 2002]. Fundamentally, the
future is no more open than the past.
If Time is an “Illusion”, so must be
“Space”. As there is the “Time-Space Continuum” ???
"Time is an Illusion with a Purpose" -
"Everything in the universe exists at one time simultaneously. The
first words ever spoken still ring throughout the universe, and in
your terms, the last words ever spoken have already been said." -
Of all the illusions within our present 3D distortion, understanding
the deception of space/time vs the reality of time/space is one of
the most difficult for most to escape. If Space/Time
(Physicality/Matter) is the illusion, then Time/Space (Anti-Mater)
must be the reality.
"As one "ages" the illusion of time passage
begins to deteriorate because your "higher mind" begins to
understand the illusion."
There is no time, nor is there a past or future in the way we
perceive them to be. Everything happens in the NOW.
A different Version of Time and
If our lives were a “Book”, and the Book represents the Time in our
lives ~ The whole of Time exists as a “Book” full of pages, and
words… But, in our daily reality, we can only read one word a the
time, or one page at the time… Yet, the whole book exists with all
of its pages and all of its words, all at the same time.
If All of Time Exists at once in the Universe, but in our little
minds and bodies, we can only perceive the words, (minutes) and the
pages (days) in a sequential fashion, this doesn’t imply that at the
Universal level time is not all-inclusive.
Our attention/perception needs our complete focusing, so we just
focus in only one small area of “Time”. We have the “hidden” ability
to un-focus on this reality, and expand our focus/perception into a
greater Reality, our Expanded or Universal Consciousness.
Wherever and whenever our concentration is, our awareness is, we
seem to exist in a
This seems to be a fact, in the sense that everybody seems to have
its own perception of the passing of time. – Generally, two people
experiencing the same event have a different feeling of the time it
has passed during this event. It is possible that our imagination,
or perhaps the grading of focus we had during the event, or the
degree of enjoyment we had, has something to do with this? If we are
bored or un-interested, time seems to slow down. If we are having
fun, time speeds up. – So, time doesn’t seem to be a regular
constant. It seems to expand and contract by the state of our own of
mind and emotions. Could we call this our
And if there is a Personal Time, then, perhaps, there has to be a
“Group Time? When we are all synchronized in tune with everybody
else’s time, in unison? Could this time be called as being “In
And if there is
“Group Time”, we can go on
to include more and more facets of the existence of time... It would
depend where and when we are relating to others, and to everything.
What can we call the greater and greater aspects of Time?
Time”, where everybody’s time
We seem to be able to speed-up time, or to slow-down time… with our
Time Is an Illusion by Chris Griscom
In Time is an Illusion, spiritual healer and teacher Chris Griscom
shares the insights gained by her revolutionary enlightenment
techniques; techniques whose starling results were praised by one of
Griscom's most famous clients, Shirley MacLaine, in Dancing in the
Light and It's All in the Playing.
Griscom's remarkable discovery of energetic techniques that
stimulate ancient Chinese acupuncture points on the body called
"windows to the sky" has led to a revolution in spiritual healing
and emotional balancing
Griscom shows that it is possible to manifest anything we want in
life through clear intention; and how we can begin to transcend even
death, the greatest illusion of all.
Time is an Illusion is an invaluable resource for any spiritual
seeker who, like Shirley MacLaine, wants to explore the may
dimensions within and "dance in the light" of his or her own being.
Is time an illusion?
The Unified Theory of the Mind
Plato argued that time is constant - it’s life that’s the illusion.
- Galileo shrugged over the philosophy of time and figured out how to
plot it on a graph so he could get on with the important physics.
Albert Einstein said that time is just another dimension, a fourth
one to go along with the up-down, side-side, forward-back we move
through every day. Our understanding of time, Einstein said, is
based on its relationship to our environment. Weirdly, the faster
you travel, the slower time moves. The most radical interpretation
of his theory: Past, present, and future are merely figments of our
imagination, constructs built by our brains so that everything
doesn’t seem to happen at once.
Einstein’s conception of unified space-time works better on graph
paper than in the real world. Time isn’t like those other dimensions
- for one thing, we move only one way within it. “What’s needed is
not to make the notion of time and general relativity work or to go
back to the notion of absolute time, but to invent something
radically new,” says Lee Smolin, a physicist at the Perimeter
Institute in Waterloo, Ontario.
Others, including famed astrophysicist Stephen Hawking, note that
time is defined by entropy. That is, the universe, in its current
expanding direction, is becoming more and more disordered- entropy
is increasing and always has been since the inception of the
universe, as is time. Thus, time can represented as a measure of
entropy in the universe.
Somebody is going to get it right eventually. It’ll just take time.