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Knowledge of Time & Space: An Inquiry into Knowledge, Self & by Tarthang Tulku

By Tarthang Tulku

Within the cosmic dance of time and house, how does wisdom take shape? the connection among intimacy, nice love, and information.

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There is the time between one breath and the next, or the time between one stage of life and the next. In measuring the difference between the blink of an eye and a billion years, the point of reference is human experience, indissolubly linked to the physical realm and to embodiment. Time in a nonphysical realm might be very different, since experience and the basis for measurement would be inconceivably different. 12 Knowledge of Time and Space Time as it existed before human beings appeared is also a matter for speculation.

Perhaps all time is recorded in each moment of time, with the specific moment shaped in its particulars by the underlying structure of the whole. To say that other specific moments are recorded in this one may hold too tightly to conventional ways of thinking. But if 'time' is not specific moments of time, it must be an entity separate from these moments. Can we make sense of such a possibility? In doing so, what assumptions about the 'nature' of time will we apply? Can these assumptions be further investigated?

Thoughts repeat themselves endlesslYi habits assert their dominance. The structure of repetition catches the self up into a world where space is dense and crowded with objects, and time is either too soon or too late. The play of events and reactions can seem exciting, even fascinating, but the same positions and interpretations are simply being reenacted. For all the movement, there is no sense of destiny and no purpose. The self jumps from a past that is gone forever to a future that is not yet here.

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