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Now: The Physics of Time

Credit: agsandrew | Shutterstock You are reading the word “now” right now. But what does that mean? What makes the ephemeral moment “now” so special? Its enigmatic character has bedeviled philosophers, priests, and modern-day physicists from…

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The Altar of This Moment

What is awake—like the flow of life itself—has no beginning and no ending.  Where it appears is right here, right now.  We may imagine we are on a journey from birth to death, or from ignorance…

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Now and the Physics of Time ~ Richard A. Muller

Time is elusive and enigmatic. The moment now is ephemeral. Quandaries and confusion about time date back as far as Aristotle and Augustine, and as recently as Einstein and Feynman. Physicists understand much about time, how…

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Now is the Time

Now is the time. Now is the time to know That all that you do is sacred. Now, why not consider A lasting truce with yourself and God? Now is the time to understand That all…

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On the Length of Nowness

Time might be an illusion, but the “now” is clearly present in our lives. Experiencing the present as a distinct entity not only allows our brain to track the passage of time but also enables us…

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10 Shockingly Simple, Life-Changing Principles of Spiritual Awakening

  “I truly attained absolutely nothing from complete, unexcelled enlightenment!” ~ The Buddha Spiritual awakening is not a state, experience or goal to reach in the future. As the Buddha taught, it is not a superhuman…

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The Ever-Present Now

Our self is ever-present now and we do not experience a succession of nows. This present now is the only now there is. The now in which the body was born is the very same now in which…

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