The narrative of the universe does not unfold in space. It unfolds in time.
From an intriguing article in the June edition of Scientific American which asks “does time really exist”. The most exciting thought (in my view) ever proposed is that:
The concepts of time and change may emerge from a universe that, at root, is utterly static.
Time as an emergent property. Now that takes a few minutes to get your head around.
I can’t wait to facilitate my next future backwards session. The possibilies for disrupting linear thinking are endless.