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Time does not truly exist

The eternal "now"

The universal absolute only exist in the eternal 'now' because events can only occur in the present. Past and future only exist as concepts in the mind and memories are quite similar to predictions of the future (with one exception). What we perceive through pure consciousness is always in the present only. Even memories and predictions are perceived in the present. The present is eternal and we never escape it, however the world of forms is constantly transformed by the creation of new manifestations. Instead of living in our minds, we must accept the "here and now".

See: tree shaped time (the non-linearity of time)

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