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If Time Is An Illusion, How Is Awakening Real On An Existential Level.

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On 19/2/2024 at 5:33 PM, DefinitelyNotARobot said:

 

On 18/2/2024 at 8:24 PM, Yimpa said:

Time is a mental construct created from something real, change and cycle. Reality is changing and cyclical, and time is the perception, memory and forecast of that change. It is always now, but our mind is able to remember what it was like now when it was different, and predict what it will be like based on the changes stored in memory. This creates a parallel reality that is perceived as a line, and that separates us from the reality that is, which is always now.

 

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26 minutes ago, Breakingthewall said:

Time is a mental construct created from something real, change and cycle. Reality is changing and cyclical, and time is the perception, memory and forecast of that change. It is always now, but our mind is able to remember what it was like now when it was different, and predict what it will be like based on the changes stored in memory. This creates a parallel reality that is perceived as a line, and that separates us from the reality that is, which is always now.

From within the perspective of change you could say that this is true. However you could also say that all perspectives exist simultaneously and that reality simply appears to be changing from that particular perspective, but really it just is. I would say that reality is capable of being both at once, but now is what glues both perspectives together as you've correctly pointed out.

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@Razard86 The only thing that exists is you.

Reality is not made of nothing it is made of you.

And you will exist no matter if there is being, experience or some other thing,

or if there is no being, experience or some other thing.

 

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