Friday, June 21, 2013

Time, probabilities, and free-will

I've been reading the book "Unknown Reality" by Jane Roberts and much of the first part book deals with the infinite probabilities, perception of time, origins of matter and consciousness, and other perceptions.  The idea that all probabilities exist and functions just like our experienced reality simultaneously got me thinking even more about what the perception of time is.  I think I've got a good analogy of how this works and why.  Both volumes of the book are very interesting to read if you want to get a different perspective about our reality (both physical and non-physical) and its composition.