The feeling of time

Dirk Bruere at Neopax dirk at neopax.com
Mon May 9 15:57:58 EST 2005


kenneth collins wrote:

> "Dave Reckoning" <Dave_Reckoning at notmail.com> wrote in message news:9842e.2281$Vx1.1986 at attbi_s01...
> | ...
> | > 'time' has no physically-real existence out-
> | > side of this Communications problem.
> | >
> | > It's a man-made concept that's "overlayed"
> | > upon the 3-D Energydynamics that occur
> | > within nervous systems -- so that folks can
> | > effectively =communicate= with respect to
> | > the 3-D Energydynamics that they col-
> | > lectively experience -- so that such com-
> | > munication is, itself, ordered in a way that
> | > imparts 3-D Energydynamics within "re-
> | > ceiving" nervous systems that more or
> | > less "replicate" the 3-D Energydynamics
> | > that stimulated the act of "communication"
> | > within the "sending" nervous system.
> | ...
> | > Cheers, k. p. collins
> | >
> | Everything is only related to everything else :)
> |
> | I must be reading this wrong for I would still argue for at least a sense of
> | the duration of the sensations that I expierence and then I might be
> | compelled to even argue for the existance of an internal mechinism which
> | measures time; the part of my brain that always makes sure that I wake up 1
> | min. before the alarm goes off in the morning.
> |
> | When I say an hour has passed while sitting in quiet meditation, what is it
> | that tells me so?
> |
> | I am quite sure that there must be something in there that is measuring and
> | keeping track of time. I can feel it!
> |
> | Dave Reckoning
> 
> There's no "defense" against folks'
> not-reading what one writes.
> 
> I never said that there's nothing in
> nervous systems that orders one's
> perceptions of the 3-D Energydyn-
> amics that occur within one.
> 
> What I said that so-called "time"
> is one of many verbal symbols that
> have been converged-upon, during
> shared experience, to "address" folks'
> perceptions of the 3-D Energydynamics
> that occur within themselves [primarily,
> within their nervous systems].
> 
> All such verbal symbols are man-
> made, and, to date [outside of NDT],
> none of them see 3-D E, which is the
> Problem that I discussed in my prior
> post [and Resolved in long-former
> posts here in b.n]. You don't see that,
> probably because you've not read ev-
> erything.
> 
> 'seeing time' is 'seeing' Fiction. 'seeing'
> Fiction has Worth, conceptually [I real-
> ly Enjoy reading well-worked Novels],
> but failing to See that Fiction is Fiction
> results in one's 'moving away from'
> Truth, unaware that one is doing so,
> which negatively-ramifies within every-
> thing that one experiences and does.
> 
> Which is the meta-Problem that I'm
> working-on whenever I discuss the
> Non-existence of 'time'.
> 
> k. p. collins 

If it's any use, which I doubt, I occasionally have a rather interesting dream 
experience.
I wake up, and remember what I dreamed about, but crucially the 'time stamp' on 
it makes it feel like it happened months or years ago.

-- 
Dirk

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