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Really liked this article. Out of interest, what do you think of the idea that time is related to the sense of self? I mean this along the lines of the non-dual which you mention in your article, sure, but also just in a more mundane sense - like when you have a headache or are bored time goes more slowly ( strong sense of self) and when you're 'lost' in something you enjoy (where 'you' seems to merge with the task) time goes more quickly...
Ah, yes, in a state of "flow" there's a reduced focus on the self and a sense of time passing faster. It's possibly related, but I don't know.
Not my own idea but certainly matches my experience & I think it's significant - and also a way to communicate a flavor of non-self vs self-fixation as a clue for practice. Anyway, was just interested to know your thoughts. Thanks.
Oh! I didn't realise. I really liked the intro to that book. Will have to go back and read it again. Thx.
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