Many of the books today dealing with time and space are from the standpoint of physics. This book is a philosophical work from the standpoint of experience. Physicists have long been concerned with the relative and holistic nature of time and space, but most have been hesitant in applying that to everyday life. From the other end of the spectrum, a number of Eastern sages have spoken of a need for Westerners to develop our own adharmaa toward that special experience transcending time/space. The Altruistic Sphere approaches both of these concerns. Nature provides the framework through which perception, time and space may be understood. The relativistic depths of time/space are uncovered in an introspective and reflective awareness. In a meditative experience we have the non-singular, non-dualistic and non-subject/object source dimension. Source consciousness is the source of time/space, happiness and intelligence, and essential realization in any way you care to consider.