by Marinus Jan Marijs
Our space conception as well as our time conception are both derived from physical sensory experiences. When one enters the higher worlds for the first time, it appears as if the normal, linear, asymmetric course of time which one finds in the physical world is here as well. That this is not always the case, is evident from the fact that by extrasensory perception one can see events from the future. In the higher worlds not only perceptions, but even movements in time are possible. Jumps backward as well as forward in time are achievable. Be it that the normal linear course of time is usually the case. The asymmetric course of time has to do with relationship between entropy and negentropy, the fact that as the higher levels are made out of highly activated subtle energies the level of negentropy is substantially higher than in the physical world. This could provide an explanation for the extraordinary time perceptions described above. In the higher worlds, the past, present and future seem to exist simultaneously. Both causality and time (in the sense of a regular succession of occurrences, only), seem to be functioning in a limited domain of reality.