The Everpresent Present
- "Between your thoughts lies the eternal bliss and garden of infinite
delights and excitement you have been seeking. But don't think about it."
Kir Li Molari
> medit8ionsociety <no_reply@y...> wrote:According to the helpful author of this site;
> "Between your thoughts lies the eternal bliss and garden of infinite
> delights and excitement you have been seeking. But don't think about it."
> Kir Li Molari
Best starting point is here;
The 'present' is a misnomer. He calls it
instead, 'time zero'.
I agree with him about naming the present
'the present'. 'Trying' to experience the present
usually results in the subjective speeding up of
But to call for 'time zero' is more likely to
bring time to a stop.
The 'time zero' concept can be visualized
Past- - - - - - - - - time zero - - - - - - - - - future
There is no time like the present.
WWV: "At the tone,
Universal Standard Time
will be zero".