The Truth about Time and Space

Space and time are the carriers of separation and nothing else. Space separates two or more objects, be they galaxies, people, rose bushes or photons. Time separates events. Space and time themselves have no physical properties. The notion they do is an illusion. They’re a form of thought. Life shows up in the physical realm when the thought of separation arises in consciousness. At that instant, the present-moment appears as a personal experience. It flows from within outward and reflects back in the form of electromagnetic waves – light – which our five human senses detect. At that moment, we are aware. Stated in other terms, personal experiences are as real as a dream, a very special kind of dream to be sure. However, dreams do not affect the dreamer. Therefore, judging them as ‘good’ or ‘bad’ is not only a needless distraction, it’s a practice that leads directly to worry, fear, anxiety and suffering. Instead, enjoy life in the moment and discard the rest. Nothing else really matters.

6 thoughts on “The Truth about Time and Space

  1. Hello Doug,
    I’m very happy when I read your thoughts, because I share the same aim to explain nature! But I want this aim to be world wide spread. I think this will solve
    all humans problems.
    Best Regards

  2. Hi,

    I love these writings and they match my views as well. At the most fundamental level science has failed to provide a mechanism for “original” thoughts and creativity at the physical/chemical level of the brain.

    Emotions and autonomic functions can definitely be explained away as biochemical reactions, but not the creation of an original thought.

    I not only believe that we are not “here” right now, I believe we exist as a way for our “Big” self to experience a limited universe with all it’s imperfection. I believe we consent to this experience.

    Quantum Physics does leave room for as yet undiscovered mechanisms for information exchange with the ‘afterlife’ for lack of a better term. Considering that infinite energy is available ‘there’ it is plausible that a wormhole with an opening of 1 Planck length diameter on our end, connected to an opening of infinite or much greater size on the other end would not only be easy to form, but also difficult to close due to the massive ‘pressure’ of information/energy on the other side.

    Quantum Physics is very close to figuring it out. What a wonderful time to be alive!

    • Hi Mike, Thanks for leaving the comment. It’s always fun to hear from those who can see past the illusion. One by one, peoples’ eyes are opening. I agree, this is a wonderful time to be alive – for a lot of reasons but also because we are witness to so many great discoveries. For example, I think the biggest discovery of science, one that has unfortunately received little notice, is that spacetime is quantized. It means that the physical universe has a boundary, an inner boundary. What has yet to be discovered (scientifically) is that there’s something amazing on the other side of the boundary! But many know it is there. Max Planck showed that he had figured it out when he said in his Nature of Matter speach in 1944, “As a man who has devoted his whole life to the most clear headed science, to the study of matter, I can tell you as a result of my research about atoms this much: There is no matter as such. All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force which brings the particle of an atom to vibration and holds this most minute solar system of the atom together. We must assume behind this force the existence of a conscious and intelligent mind. This mind is the matrix of all matter.” Planck was showing his maturing from materialism towards idealism. Eventually, all of physics will do that or, if not, it will gradually become irrevelent in a new world order.

      Enjoy the site! Doug

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