What might be versus what is

What might be is fear, anxiety, worry, stress, not real, a mind-made fantasy, a thought that is the future.

What is, is the reality of this conscious moment, now, the only time and moment there ever will be.

What might be or what might have been, is part of our imagined ‘life situation’ and is only constructed by us for us in our heads. Memories of the past that are just that, temporary mental forms of something that no longer exists except in our mind, yet we are always painfully thinking of what might have been. Projections of the future, a fantasy place of the mind, either one of further misery or salvation, but if we get to tomorrow, it will be now.

Now is the only time we can actually ever experience anything, even if it was possible to travel in time, when you got there, it would still be now.

What is, is real life in the conscious time-free, mind-free, spiritual dimension that the one life of the entire universe shares.

What might have been or might be is just a temporary form constructed by the mind and is not real and only brings us pain and suffering, strangely seen as normal, yet is insane.

Funny nearly all humans for nearly all of their physical carnation’s existence are in the what might have been or might be dimension and hardly ever in the real timeless, eternal now moment that is true aliveness and true existence. Now is our being, our essence, our oneness with all that is. What is, is acceptance of what this moment is and all that has occurred, peaceful within our soul.