Is Time an Illusion?
Time does not exist if there is no memory, memory is what produced the concept of time, meaning because you can remember the moment before, you have a concept of some kind of linear progression of time. The main ingredient of time, or the main ingredient of memory is space, because if time is keeping track of information in the space that we call memory. (It's like writing on a hard drive or an optical disc like a cd or dvd.) You're actually leaving a trail of information in the structure of space, and whatever defines co-ordinates in space is a set of information in the structure of space time. From realising that if memory is inherent to us, it is inherent to the universe. That means you should be able to use the network to transfer information from this side of the universe to the other side of the universe without having to go through all the points in between. So that can lead to very advanced civilizations. Nassim Haramein
Time is relative, and flexible and, according to Einstein, "the dividing line between past, present, and future is an illusion". So reality is ultimately TIMELESS. This sounds pretty bizarre from the view of classical physics, but from the view of consciousness theory and spirituality, it fits in perfectly.
So even though we have created time within our own consciousness, from a quantum perspective, it seems that in every moment depending on our choices and our energetic vibratory state, we are constantly shifting into simultaneous parallel realities. Is that what the prophecies of a great shift is talking about? That if a certain amount of people come together in the same moment and held a higher vibratory frequency, that it could potentially attract the collective magnetically into a higher vibratory state of consciousness.
The universe and its mysteries of time, so beautiful."