In physics, spacetime is any mathematical model that combines space and time into a single construct called the space-time continuum. Spacetime is usually interpreted with space being three-dimensional and time playing the role of the fourth dimension. According to Euclidean space perception, our universe has three dimensions of space, and one dimension of time.
Time is like a sword. If you do not cut it, it will cut you. ~ Arabic Proverb
Time flies like an arrow. ~ Japanese Proverbs
Since our time of birth, have you fathomed the depth of infinity within the microcosm of us?
Time’s cadence, a playful teacher, dressed in hues of mystery
Amorphous narratives weaving stories through the tapestry of universal consciousness, thus superfluous
Unwrapping the gift of present wafting through the invisible layer of time
Dripping in translation distortion through varying dimensional thought pattern awarenesses
We are lost or are we? Delicacy of its intricate design witnessing only the sincerity of day and night.
Cementing time’s meaning, alive through our beliefs and concepts, yet swimming amongst the timeless existence of the nebulous ultimate
The value of which increases with the passing of moments bringing us closer to the end.
Cycling back, diving into the stream of transcendental love, accompanying us on our way home through multidimensional places where time has no residence outside human
Only the Now exists, thus superfluous.
Tidal waves cleanse an adjacent time conundrum, the deluge is approaching, adrift, soaking, submerging in the world of imagination..
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Days blending together
Swirling into a timeline stew
Time fastening pace
Desa kala sambandha is a Sanskrit philosophical concept that acknowledges and explores the relationship between time and place. Comprised of three Sanskrit words, this term translates as desa, meaning “space”; kala, meaning “place,” and sambandha, meaning “relationship or interconnectedness.”
The application of these concepts is used in yoga to explore and understand our true nature. By being aware of the inter-connectedness of place and time, yogis can begin to learn how to adapt their practice to their specific lives to achieve their goals.
The sense that time keeps going faster.
Time becomes nonexistent at the multidimensional level because, going back to the magnifying glass analogy, you can see that everything exists all at once, and you can literally be in all places at once. The higher you climb the dimensional ladder, the more you will become spirit-like in nature.
Sometimes we spread ourselves too thinly.