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Peter



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PostPosted: Wed Feb 22, 2017 5:33 pm    Post subject: Are we there yet? Reply with quote

Speaking of time, once we come to grips with experiential perception ( our brain is constantly interpreting emf signals into forms and structures that we can cognitively deal with) we must also consider the timing and timeliness of our existence. We are voyagers in time as well as space, after all.
The dimensionality of our temporal nature is not uniform nor is it invariant. We compress and extend time perception with the gravity of our psychic mass just as inertial mass and relative velicities do as well. Very comforting to know that we have all the time we need. Wink

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 19, 2017 12:08 pm    Post subject: Round about and back again... Reply with quote

Next up is the cyclical nature of time as it manifests through our materiality. The dilation effect demonstrated by Einstein is also apllicable to tangential (or radial or centrifical) motion such as evinced by tachyons and cerenkov radiation as it appears when sub-atomic particles go faster than the speed of light. Not impossible, just part of the effect of resonance in all circular or cyclical systems.
Time is affected by the synergy of our resonance and its constancy is actually a function of how our psychic mass affects its dilation as it passes through us (And not the other way round!). So we are locked into a cyclical rythm that holds time flow constant while we advance around it. A sort of symbiotic interaction that death serves to punctuate at each turn of the wheel.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 07, 2017 4:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Breitbart knew he could treat depression—there were medicines and well-developed psychotherapies for that—but he was stumped when it came to treating meaninglessness. Then, in 1995, he began to see a way forward. He was invited to join the Project on Death in America, which aimed to improve the experience of dying. Breitbart and his colleagues on the project—including philosophers, a monk, and other physicians—had long conversations about death and the meaning of life, “peppered with references to people like Nietzsche and Kierkegaard and Schopenhauer,” Breitbart said. “What I suddenly discovered,” he explained, was that “the search for meaning, the need to create meaning, the ability to experience meaning was a basic motivating force of human behavior. We were not taught this stuff at medical school!”

How to Find Meaning in the Face of Death
https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2017/03/power-of-meaning/518196/
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