"We are all free to do whatever we want to do," he said that night. "Isn't that simple and clean and clear? Isn't that a great way to run a universe?"
Illusions - Richard Bach (page 137)
"The CU's, or units of consciousness, are literally in every place and time at once. They possess the greatest adaptability, and a profound "inborn" propensity for organization of all kinds. They act as individuals, and yet carries within it a knowledge of all other kinds of activity that is happening in any given unit or group of units."
The Unknown Reality - Volume 1 - Jane Roberts (page 124)
"There is no time; it is one time; there is no space; it is one space; there is no force; it is one force; other than all force in its various phases and applications of force are the emanations of men's endeavors in a material world to exemplify an ideal of a concept of the creative energy, or God, of which the individual is such a part that the thoughts even of the individuals may become crimes or miracles,
for thoughts are deeds and applied in the sense that these are in accord with those principles as given."
The Edgar Cayce Reader (page 129)
"To the self the future, of course, is not experienced as future. It is simply one of the emerging conditions of an experienced Now. The cells' practically felt "Now"
includes, then, what you would think of as past and future, as simply conditions of Nowness. They maintain the body's structure in your posed time only by manipulating themselves in a rich medium of probabiities."
The Unknown Reality - Volume 1 - Jane Roberts (page 140-141)
CONVERSATIONS WITH GOD:
"Time is such a sublime realm, in which what you call past, present, and future exist inter-relationally. That is, they are not opposites, but rather parts of the same whole;
progressions of the same idea; cycles of the same energy; aspects of the same immutable Truth. If you conclude from this that past, present, and future exist at one and the same "time", you are right."
Conversations With God (page 31)