The concept that there is no movement physically is very important.
Think of a figure moving across a TV screen. Each screen shot is "unfolded" from an "enfolded" electromagnetic signal. The process of unfoldment on a TV involves changing the vibrational state (aka colour) of the screen pixels. These screen shots appear at a rate of about 55 frames per second in order to appear continuous. Figures (e.g. people, cars, etc.) appear to move because successive screen shots shift the pixel frequencies (colours) to give the illusion of movement.
The only difference is that we're doing this in a 3D, multi sensory field in which we also manifest our own sensory system (aka the body).
“The way that it works is that this state enfolds and unfolds a possible state within its existing state. In other words, this that we see here was an unfolding of an alternate lifetime or alternate state. The dynamics of the field is that we don’t move anywhere. In the quantum field, it is an unfolding and that unfolding creates that which is termed the landscape of your personal quantum field or quantum state. So how many unfoldments can this one little state possible become? Infinite. Just as a great many people in the world share the same DNA, it is even greater when we talk about possibilities in the quantum field.”
(Ramtha: Parallel Lifetimes, Fluctuations in the Quantum Field)