thanks for this
whatever 'now' is - I can't grasp it or measure it, it's already gone whenever I want to 'look' at it;But is there an experience that the ’now’ is moving along the line of time?
I can't point where exactly 'now' moves to the past or future
no, in any experience there is just experienceAny experience of one ‘moment’ giving way to the next?
awareness of experiences happens spontaneously, the mind calls it a moment or long or short or a minute, but even a minute takes longer or shorter. I cant' predict how long is a 'moment' or how long is 'a week'
Any actual experience of one event following another?
let's say I brush my teeth and then something else happens - not known when that activity starts or finishes before something else appears, for example, looking at the computer
so it looks like the awareness of experiences appears without one event followed by another
they just appear, these events, can't see when/or where one starts or finishes
you mean the 'right now'? it's actually gone before you even start measuring itHow fast is the ‘present moment’ actually moving?
not possible to tell how fast, 'the present moment moving' is actually a concept, idea
no, I can'tJust look at 'this moment', can you find a point where it began?
it is only a thought of 'this moment'
as a concept it can last whatever longHow long does the ‘now’ last?
but as an experience it doesn't exist
it doesn't start or endWhere does the ‘now’ start, and where does it end?
When does the ‘now’ exactly become the 'past'?
as soon as i think about it - it's gone
it is a thoughtWhat is the ‘past’ in actual experience?
definitely, time is a thought, it is not found in the actual experienceSo is there actual experience of ‘time’ or thoughts about ‘time’?