There might be no actuality of past, present or future. These ideas are relative – because a concept of ‘the present’ suggests there could be something other than itself. And that whatever the other thing might be, it would almost have to exist in a reality stream called, ‘time.’ It’s why blank-slate-time has nothing to do with chronology at all. There may only be a base form which could be called Is-ness or Presence resting on a screen of infinite, intelligent fine space or invisible no-thing-ness. The slightest impression of this, even if it appears to maintain itself for only 3 seconds shifts at first: it can correct every-thing experienced via the electricity of the sense world, letting whatever seems to materialize be seen for what it is and what it is not.
blank slate time, there is no such thing as time, practicing the presence, nisargadatta, walter russell