Excerpt About Timelessness

True Nature is Ontologically Prior to Time
true nature, similarly, transcends time because it is outside of our time. It contains all time, yet it possesses no temporal extension, no duration. We cannot look at it within the concept of time for time is its creation, its product. It is ontologically prior to time just as it is ontologically prior to space. This is what we mean when we say true nature is timeless. However, actually experiencing this timelessness -- knowing one's own mind and nature from this perspective -- is a far cry from recognizing it conceptually. It is paradoxical…

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