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Thursday, 1 December 2016

Simultaneous Existence part3

Written by Mathew Naismith

Philosophical presentism is the view that neither the future nor the past exist.[1] In some versions of presentism, this view is extended to timeless objects or ideas (such as numbers). According to presentism, events and entities that are wholly past or wholly future do not exist at all. 

You project aspects of your consciousness into many different timeframes, simultaneously. You, at the human level, receive information from your other selves, in different amounts and at different moments, as you need them. There is much more influencing us than what we recognize.

Time = motion

Timelessness = motionless

It's impossible for a simultaneous existence to exist while we have a perception of time, of course time being of motion. The perception of motion gives us an idea that everything is governed by time, basically, everything is governed and perceived through motion. The perception of motion then gives us a perception of a past and future, within this singular perception, simultaneous existence is impossible, however, time, therefore motion, is only one part of what we are apart of as a whole. We must also consider our motionless self, our self that is not governed by the perception of time therefore motion.

Time as we know it seems to be man made. We live on a planet that revolves around a sun that gives us a perception of day and night, of course this perception of time is created from motion, the motion of a revolving planet, however time is not just governed by a revolving planet, distance or space also determines time and motion. Man didn't create this universe that is predominantly governed by motion therefore time. It is obvious man didn't create time as he didn't create motion. Man instead is governed by time and motion, this is all, and it's this influence that denies the possibility of being of a simultaneous existence.

It's basically a time (motion) based consciousness denying the existence of a timeless (motionless) based existence. Now, how many timeless based consciousness's deny the existence of time based existences, time being an illusion which was created by man? Within this perception, all time based existences are an illusion, however, time based consciousness's also perceive that timeless based existences are an illusion, which perception is right over the other? Neither, because we really exist within a simultaneous existence, existences of time and timelessness, of motion and motionlessness void of the denial of other existences. Only a limited consciousness would deny an existence of other existences not of it's own existence or comprehension!!

Where is our balance? It has to be one or the other, not a simultaneous existence of time/motion and timelessness/motionlessness. This again is a black and white mentality which I don't conform to. Where is the balance between our motion and motionless existences when one is an illusion and the other is not an illusion? Which one is the illusion to what conscious existence either of time or timelessness? Of course one will always state the other is the illusion, until you realise we do indeed exist within a simultaneous existence, not one or the other.        

A time based consciousness states that timeless based existences are an illusion, only time based existences truly exist.

A timeless based consciousness states time based existences are an illusion, only timeless based existences truly exist.       

It is wise to remember that time, therefore motion, was not created by man, man is only a participator of time, not the creator of time.

Time = participation

Timelessness = observer

I thought the following response, to my last post, from a good internet friend of mine was interesting.

If one's Memory is good, one can remember many lifetimes and even other dimensional life's and forms that are not human. There is also the between realms.

ms world besides. It all is complicated in human form to remember and can cause problems if one has lost their balance.

My reply

Absolutely Michael, well stated.

I don't think human consciousness itself is able to comprehend anything beyond it's own existence, if it tries to do so, one can cause oneself unnecessary trauma. What makes human consciousness human is it's limitations.

However, we are certainly not just of human existence and consciousness, we are all of what is. Within this knowing state, we are able to comprehend, to one extent or another, other existences, basically becoming aware of our whole being.

As the world around us is going to hell, people like us are becoming more aware of our truer being. We no longer feel we belong as the present existence is only a part of one part of our whole being, I think the present situation on Earth is bringing this awareness forward.
It would seem we have lost balance between human existence and all our other existences that represent our whole self, we are just not of one existence but of all existences. However, I do understand why human consciousness is unable to comprehend this. To comprehend this, we need a balance between this existence and all other existences. This just isn't occurring for a lot of us, we are becoming more human while denouncing all other existences that are also a part of us.


Through this, you get the idea  how infinite we really are as a whole, even within time itself as time based existences are endless within their motions, expressions and perceptions. As is timelessness infinite, so too is time within it's endless motion.

Freedom comes with the need to become aware of the whole, not what we desire the whole to be!!    

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