the Afterlife

If Time Doesn’t Exist, Do We

Time has been a problematic thing to pin down. We have a measure for it that is reasonably objective, but enough anecdotal, subjective experiences with it that we agree it’s a variable. There is scientific evidence for it varying, that’s it’s not a universal experience, but a local experience. Velocity and gravity affect time. Einstein on time: “People like us who believe in physics know that the distinction between past, present and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion.” That seems to align well with Tesla idea of energy, frequency and vibration…

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I am a father, a counselor, and have been fortunate enough to have traveled the world. I enjoy writing, exploring consciousness, and listening to others.

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