PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE ARE ALL AN ILLUSION… Albert Einstein wrote a letter to the family of Michele Besso’s after his friends death saying that although Besso had preceded him in death it was of no consequence, “…for us physicists believe the separation between past, present, and future is only an illusion, although a very convincing one” (end quote). This is possible because: Time is a series of “NOW” moments or “Event points in Event space”. We string them together, like the still frames of a film strip to create the illusion of Motion—or time going backwards (past) or forwards (future). All those still frames exist simultaneously, just like your so-called past lives, current and future lives do in what is called event space.
As the post stated; linear time is only an illusion but a very convincing one. The reason it is so convincing is that the perception can be shared with others, what you are sharing is an (event moment or a now moment).
From one now moment or event moment to another is called a span of time that can be measured. Physicist Wendy Kennedy explains it this way – What we perceive as “time” is really a series of now moments or event points that are strung together.
Tom Minderle explained – linear time means moving from the past into the future in a straight line. The film strip example is very accurate, the still frame of a film strip is just a picture, but when the reel goes forward the illusion of motion is perceived because of the movement. So time is the measurement of motion for us in this 3D realm.
Outside of Earth’s rotation around the Sun and it’s gravitational pull, time as we know it doesn’t exist, so it’s an illusion. We as beings exist in a 3-dimensional reality and all of our 5 senses are focused to receive perceptions on that level. But, there are many levels and dimensions.
Einstein knew this as a physicist that we live in a Holographic Universe with endless possibilities and probabilities and are only limited by our inability to be who we really are. Thoughts create realities, new thoughts break the curse put on us in the garden.