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Identity Like Time

Identity is much like time.  We do not know how to exist without it, but it only serves as a limitation to our free will.  A truly free person is not bound by any identity that would restrict their choices or perception.  They would know no insecurity, have no face to save and nothing to prove.  At any given point, they could choose to be anything with the awareness that they are nothing, namely the vessel they reside in which all of their peers seem to identify each other with.

Now is Never

We only experience the transition or movement of states, but we may never experience the current state.  Movement is the code of time and space and all that we can perceive here.

Now is a moment between memory and speculation.  It exists in a space that is nonexistent.  There is no time for now because all of the movement, which is time itself, will not stop in it’s path to rest a moment to allow there to be such a thing as now.  We are always becoming warmer or colder, older, taller, more tired, more energized, richer or poorer, happier or sadder, etc.  So, as much as we want to “be”, we can only “become” and all of the things/ideas we attach ourselves to will always come into reach for some time before going back out of reach at varying frequencies.  The moment when that attachment is halfway out the door feels completely different than the moment when that attachment is halfway in the door, even though, in that moment the state is the same, it is only the motion, the energy of the current state, that is relevant to our perception.  It is our attachments that create resistance to the motion which is interpreted as pain, fear and stress.

A Road Named Time

Are potentials actual reality that has not been chosen? What lies behind door number three already exists, but you may not hold it or see it until you open door number three. Given the concept of time and choice, we are able to travel through and experience the infinite on a linear path.

No Definitions

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Trying to define reality is like trying to define what time it is.

Where does the past go?

What is the past? Where does it go? Is it lost forever? Are we gone when we die?
I think if we consider that time only exists as a linear understanding due to perception, we can choose to look at it in a way that our perception would not be inclined to.
Maybe the forward and backward concept will never lead us to an answer because we are asking the wrong questions. Let’s consider the fact that energy does not dissipate, it only moves from one place to another, which implies that the sum of energy in the universe, our vessel, stays the same. The movement allows us to perceive “time” because we are energy equipped with form and perception. The frequency of the movement, and everything we experience in the present is a result of the past which means that the energy of the past is needed to manifest the forces/forms of the present. Without the energy of the past, there would be no present. Nothing truly dies. Nothing is ever gone. It just changes from a variable to a result over and over again.

If time is a re…

If time is a result of perception

to travel through time is to travel through perception

 

 

Capable Minds

Empathy is teleportation
Memory is time travel
And thoughts of the future steadily unfold before us.

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