Thanks for the essay. A few comments:
Alan McDougall;71703 wrote:
Stop all movement and the illusion we call time will stop and nothing ever happen again.
Bentov uses this as the basis for his view of life his book, Stalking the Wild Pendulum: On the Mechanics of Consciousness
, in which he suggests that all of life is oscillating movements, and that at the peak of oscillation, as with a pendulum, everything stops for a moment and expands into infinite space - and then it starts again.
As an object approached the speed of light it becomes more and compressed (It occupies less and less space), distorts the fabric of space time and time slows on the speeding object when compared to an object stationary state, it left at its source.
The nature of light intrigues me. I am reading a book Catching the Light: the Entwined History of Light and Mind
, by Zajonc, which is quite good.
[QUOTE]We only conceive of time by the movement of an object through space, so space and time are different realities of the same thing and can only exist where movement is allowed. For example, stop all movement in the universe and you have stopped time, have you not? Therefore, there is really only one reality all bond up into and combined into what I call "spacetimemovement."
I like the way you suggest it. In dreams, space/time, as we generally view it, ceases, and there is no movement as we know it. How this happens, all of a sudden, is something else that intrigues me.
There is simply no universal now and each moment is unique to the observer
Yes. I see it in a similar way.