What Is Time?withGary Lachman

gary lachman

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Alfred North Whitehead altered states of consciousness Descartes Einstein Experiences Out Of Time And Self Fred Hoyle Henri Bergson Heraclitus Hopi Hume Is Time Subjective Isaac Newton J. B. Priestley J. W. Dunne Kant Leibnitz Minkowski Mircea Eliade Myth of Eternal Return Nietzsche P. D. Ouspensky Parmenides Plato Space Time And Consciousness The Dance of Time time Time and consciousness What Is The Nature Of Time What is Time? What Time Does What Time Is
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Gary Lachman is the author The Return of Holy Russia: Apocalyptic History, Mystical Awakening, and the Struggle for the Soul of the World as well as over twenty other books about the influence of esotericism on politics and society. He has written biographies of Carl Jung, Aleister Crowley, Rudolf Steiner, Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, Emanuel Swedenborg, P. D. Ouspensky, and Colin Wilson. His newest book is Dreaming Ahead of Time: Experiences with Precognitive Dreams, Synchronicities and Coincidences.

Here he compares the standard, Newtonian view of time with other approaches. Einstein, for example, described the past and the future as stubbornly persisting illusions. Hermann Minkowski, who taught Einstein, referred to time as the fourth dimension. P. D. Ouspensky, the Russian philosopher who worked with G. I. Gurdjieff, postulated a six-dimensional universe with three dimensions of time. Even the pre-Socratic philosophers, argued about the relationship between the flow of time and the perfection of eternal timelessness.

(Recorded on February 23, 2022)

Gary Lachman, The Return of Holy Russia: https://amzn.to/2IxQot7.

Published on March 11, 2022

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