But is there an experience of the ’now’ moving along the line of time?
No there is just the moment, the idea of the line stretching from the past and into the future seems to collapse when I focus in looking in the moment
Any experience of one ‘moment’ giving way to the next?
Nothing gives way, the seems to be continuous...
Is there any actual or direct experience of one event following another?
No events are just happening all in the present moment
How fast is the ‘present moment’ actually moving? Just look at 'this moment', can you find a point where it began? How long does the ‘now’ last? Where does the ‘now’ start, and where does it end?
There's no movement.....just one moment
No beggining, no end....it just is, it isn't either lasting or fleeting it's just always there
When does the ‘now’ exactly become the 'past'? What is the ‘past’ in actual experience?
So is there actual experience of ‘time’ or thoughts about ‘time’?
This doesn't happen in actual experience, nothing is past or future only the moment and that can't even be captured by thought it's just the moment being lived....I want to elabote but I'm not finding the right words, I think flowing is probably the closest I can come to it but not flowing in time just a flowing of experience.
No experience of 'time' just thoughts about time and story about time