Consciousness, Time, Temporal
and A-Temporal Experience
Amrit Srečko Šorli Bs, Dušan Klinar PhD
Scientific Research Centre BISTRA
Energy basis of consciousness is
not fully understood yet into science. Functional aspect of
consciousness is easily observed and experienced: consciousness
manifests into human being as his/her capacity to watch and
become aware of the way mind functions. In a scientific
experience one first perceive an experiment, than mind
elaborates information about experiment and finally experience
occur. Our research shows that time as we experience it is a
mind model. Einstein and Gödel were right by speculating that
universe is without time, timeless, a-temporal. Their
preposition seems to be right. Time as a physical entity into
which material change runs can not be observed in the universe.
One can observe time only as a numerical order of material
change. Time is what one measures with a clock. With a clock one
measures numerical order of material change that run into
a-temporal universe: material change X1 transforms into X2, X2
transforms into X3 and so on. X3 exists “after” X2, X1 exists
“before” X2 as numerical order only. Space-time does not exist
as a physical reality, it exists only as a mathematical model,
into which we describe irreversible stream of material change
into a-temporal universe. Current scientific experience is into
frame of the mind, temporal. For deeper understanding of the
universe science needs to develop A-Temporal experience that is
direct, without mind elaboration.
is measured with a clock?
Palle Yourgrau book »A
World without Time: The Forgotten Legacy of Gödel and Einstein«
opens new perspectives regarding scientific definition and
experience of time. Both giants of science have been discussing
in a second part of last century a possibility that there is no
time in the universe as science experiences it. Their scientific
vision of “World without time” is not examined yet fully. In
this essay will be discussed some evidences that support Gödel
and Einstein idea.
Let’s start with a
question: “What is measured with a clock?” On the base of
elementary perception (eyes) one can answer: “With a clock is
measured numerical order of material change. Smallest material
change that can be observed in the universe is a motion of a
photon through Planck distance. The unit of time (of numerical
order) that indicates this motion is called “Planck time”.
With clocks we
measure numerical order of irreversible stream of material
change. With the eyes we can perceive material change into the
universe only, space-time into which this material change should
happen is not perceivable. Space-time exists as a mathematical
model into which one experiences universe. Time does not run
into universe as an independent fourth dimension of space-time,
it runs only as numerical order of material change.
Universe without time
Einstein and Gödel
were right: time as we experience it does not exist into
universe; it exists only as a mind concept through which we
experience material change motion into the universe. Universe
itself is without time, timeless, a-temporal. Let’s see the
process of experiencing material change: material change is
first perceived by senses (eyes) than elaborated into time as a
mind concept and finally experienced. Linear time is a “mind
prism” through which we experience material change that run into
a-temporal universe. Past, present and future are elements of
time as a mind prism. Into the universe there is no past,
present and future.
distinguish between physical time (numerical order of material
change) and mind time (time as a mind concept). One should be
aware that material change has no duration on its own; we give
it a sense of duration by measuring it. Clocks run into
a-temporal universe, their motion has no duration on its own. We
have been defined duration of motion of clocks regarding to the
movements of stellar objects, we are not aware that stellar
objects move into a-temporal universe. We “measure” with clocks
duration of all other motion that run into a-temporal universe.
Material change in
the universe does not run into linear way in a sense: second
material change is after first material change and before third
material change and so on. What happens is that first material
change transformations into second material change, second into
third and so on into a-temporal universe, where “before” and
“after” exists only in a sense of numerical order.
material change as a “linear stream” is result of experiencing
them inside linear concept of time as a mind concept. That
mother is born “before” son and “after” grandmother belongs to
the experience of life through the “linear mind time”. The fact
is that all three events happen into a-temporal universe. With
clocks we measure numerical order of these three events: grandma
has number 1, mother number 2 and grandson number 3.
Numerical order of
change (time) has no an arrow, it runs into a-temporal universe.
“Arrow of time” exists as a mind concept only.
Temporal Experience and A-Temporal Experience
Current scientific experience is temporal, analytic and
rational. It allows us to build up scientific models of the
universe and develop technology. In temporal experience there is
a mind elaboration between perception and experience.
perception --- mind elaboration
Consciousness is a “natural protection” for destructive ideas
of the mind, it allows mind to bring into realization only idea
that support life. By observing (watching, witnessing) the way
mind elaborates one become aware that linear time is a main form
into which elaboration happens. This allows one to have an
A-temporal experience of the universe where there is no gap
between perception and experience.
perception --- experience
This A-Temporal experience reveals timeless nature of the
universe and human being as well. It can be understood as a
“peak experience” as discovery of eternity, of The Truth.
A-Temporal experience reaches beyond national, religious and
rational identification and is as such a way to peace and
harmony on this planet.
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