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Both Agreements and DisagreementsThere is no time in heaven. There is no measurement of time. It is just an advancement in one's level of consciousness.

AgreeIn the subconscious state, my subjects experience a chronology of time with their past and present lives which resembles what they perceive when conscious. There is a change when I take them into superconsciousness and the spirit world. Here they see the now of time as one homogeneous unit of past, present, and future. Seconds in the spirit world seem to represent years on Earth.

Journey of Souls: Case Studies of Life Between Lives, Michael Newton
pg. 195, 1996

Agree...I told you time does not consist of a series of moments, one before the other, though you do not perceive it now in that fashion. Events are not things that happen to you. They are materialized experiences formed by you according to your expectations and beliefs. Inner portions of your personality realize this now. After death you will not concentrate upon the physical forms taken by time and events. You may use the same elements, as a painter might use his colors.

Seth Speaks: The Eternal Validity of the Soul, Jane Roberts
pg. 142, 1994

AgreeGod, therefore, is first of all a creator, not of one physical universe but of an infinite variety of probable existences, far more vast than those aspects of the physical universe with which your scientists are familiar. He did not simply then send a son to live and die on one small planet. He is a part of all probabilities.

Seth Speaks: The Eternal Validity of the Soul, Jane Roberts
pg. 204, 1994

Agree...There is no beginning, and there will be no end, yet parables have been given telling you of beginnings and endings simply because of your distorted ideas of time, beginnings and endings seem to be inseparable, valid events.

Seth Speaks: The Eternal Validity of the Soul, Jane Roberts
pg. 204, 1994

AgreeAll That Is simultaneously and unendingly creates itself...All That Is is a source of infinite and unending simultaneous action. Everything happens at once, and yet there is no beginning and end to it in your terms, so it is not completed in your terms at any given point...Ultimately a completed or finished God, or All That Is, would end up smothering his creation. For perfection presupposes that point beyond which development is impossible, and creativity at an end. There is order, but within this order there is freedom - the freedom of creativity, that characteristic of All That Is, that guarantees its infinite becoming. Now in that infinite becoming, there are states that you would call perfected, but had creativity rested within them, all of experience would be destined to grind to a halt...All That Is is inexhaustible. Infinity rests within simultaneous action...

Seth Speaks: The Eternal Validity of the Soul, Jane Roberts
pg. 300-301, 1994

AgreeAll of the ages of Earth, in your terms both past and present, exist, as do future ages. Now. You may make that a capital now. Some life forms are being developed in what you think of as present time. They will not appear physically until you reach your future time. They exist now, however, as certainly as do, say, the dinosaurs...Specifically, complicated physical forms are not the result of previous simpler ones. They all exist in larger terms at once.

Seth Speaks: The Eternal Validity of the Soul, Jane Roberts
pg. 310, 1994

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