Have you ever wondered about the concept of time and its role in our lives? Bentinho offers an intriguing perspective on this. He suggests that time, as we know it, doesn’t really exist. Instead, we are consciousness shifting through different configurations of the universe.

Consider this: everything that can exist, does exist. In a universe without time, everything that will ever be, is already here. This idea turns our usual understanding of time and creation on its head.

Bentinho explains that we don’t create or manifest anything in the physical sense. From the perspective of absolute consciousness, creation in the traditional sense is impossible. Instead, we’re shifting through parallel realities, experiencing different configurations of the universe.

This concept might seem complex, but it’s quite straightforward. Change, as we perceive it, isn’t about something transforming into something else. Rather, it’s about us shifting to an alternate reality where things are different. Your hair doesn’t grow in the traditional sense; you simply shift to a reality where your hair is longer.

It’s like watching a movie. The movie isn’t moving; it’s a series of static frames creating the illusion of motion. Similarly, our experience of change is just us moving through these ‘frames’ of reality.

So, what does this mean for us? It suggests that our unconscious mind, or what Bentinho refers to as our ‘superconscious’, is managing this incredible process. We’re constantly shifting through realities without even realizing it.

This idea also redefines our understanding of the self. We’re not just passive observers of our reality; we’re active participants, constantly creating and experiencing different aspects of the universe.


“Embrace the changeless nature of your true self, and witness the endless possibilities of your existence.” – Bentinho

Spiritual Reference:

This concept echoes the Biblical notion found in Ecclesiastes 3:11 – “He has made everything beautiful in its time. He has also set eternity in the human heart; yet no one can fathom what God has done from beginning to end.”