Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Time & Space are Psychogical Properties

“You cannot pinpoint the beginning of the universe – for that beginning is simultaneously too vast and too small to be contained in any of your specifications.  While everything seems neat and tidy within those specifications, and whole, you operate with brilliant nonchalance in the theater of time and space.  Time and space are each the result of psychological properties.  When you ask how old is the universe, or how old is the world, then you are taking it for granted that time and space are somehow or other almost absolute qualities.  You are asking for answers that can only be found by going outside of the context of usual experience – for within that experience you are always led back to beginnings and endings, consecutive moments, and a world that seems to have within it no evidences of any other source.”

(Dreams, “Evolution” and Value Fulfillment, Session 888)

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