Present-Time 126. Present-Time Present-Time

Space does not notice time—or discrete moments, or separate units, of change.

Time is not an intrinsic characteristic of space. The body—or even the totality of physical universe—is “located” only in space, and only as the apparent simultaneity of mere existence.

Time is attention to change.

Time is a characteristic of mind, or attention, or “point of view”.

Time is a characteristic of an observer.

Time is a noticing.

Time is the effect of the mentalizing of the observed.

Time is a mental notation.

The mental notation, or noticing and observing, of time requires attention. Time is an act of attention. Attention requires bodily “locatedness” in space—or the presumption of “point of view”.

The noticing and observing of the idea-process of time requires bodily-“located” attention to “objectify”—or differentiate, or “unitize”—the observed. Time is the noticing of suffering.

Time is the reduction of the body, the universe, and Reality Itself to the egoscale of “point of view”.

If The Self-Nature, Self-Condition, and Self-State of Reality Itself Is Intrinsically Self-Realized, “point of view”, and time, and suffering are Intrinsically and Perfectly Transcended.

If the illusion of “present-time” is Transcended in The egoless, Indivisible, and Acausal Self-Nature, Self-Condition, and Self-State of Reality Itself, space itself is no longer desecrated by “point of view”, and suffering, and time itself.

“Present-time” is a myth in mind.

see also: REALITY


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