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Can we travel through time?
Quantum physics says we can experience all time in the present moment as we focus our minds on it. Interestingly, research has shown that different areas of the brain fire up depending on whether we are thinking about the past, future or present.
We are not able to physically travel backwards or forwards in time. However our expanding universe creates an arrow of time which appears to travel forward. It is theorised that should the universe stop expanding or even begin to contract that time will go in reverse.
All events in the universe are all occurring simultaneously at this eternal moment of Now. The illusion we have of them occurring one at a time, in a sequence that seems to flow, is because of the type of awareness or consciousness that we have in this human form. It causes us to see very narrow sections of the space-time continuum at a go. So we see one small slice, then the next, then the next and so on. But we can expand or contract our slices to take in a lot more or a lot less at one go. - David Cameron Gikandi
This is the eternal moment of Now. Here. Everything that can possibly happen in the universe, everything that can possibly be created, the past, present and future, are all running all at the same ‘time’ in one huge field.
Your consciousness and awareness are awake to only a small section of this field at any one ‘time’ and as you move them about from one point to another, you experience ‘time’, and as you move them about from one point to another, you experience ‘time’ experiencing a sensation of past, present and future. The field itself does not experience time; it only experiences an eternal process that is always happening all at one go, Now, Here, Always, You can think of the whole field as The Source. - Enoch Tan
Everything which for each of us constitutes the past, the present, and the future is given in block... Each observer, as his time passes, discovers, so to speak, new slices of space-time which appear to him as successive aspects of the material world, though in reality the ensemble of events constituting space-time exists prior to his knowledge of them. - Louis de Broglie, awarded the Nobel Prize in 1929.