What are you putting your attention on? That’s your intent.
You say all things are happening at once, so temporal causality is an illusion. But the universe is homeostatic, so any event must be balanced out somewhere else. Am I missing something? Yes and no. As is usually the case when I get ambitious like this, the track tends to get paradoxical.
Our immediate link to causality is consciousness, the observer effect. The observer facet of our mind is multi-dimensional. The temporal partitioning is a function of consciousness, not the brain itself. The brain is mostly detection equipment. It allows us to engage in a functional analysis.
Our limited bandwidth. Yes. Most people pretty strongly believe in single channel consciousness. Honestly, this has made it hard to relate at times.
Because it is about the self? Yes.
Is the universe homeostatic or the multiverse is? The multiverse is homeostatic, thus even the spectrum of possible iterations of our universe is still only a narrow set of factors, narrow range of creative energies being played out, and other universes also cross pollinate with our own. They even absorb some of our time streams when they approach the same phase or frequency.
So something like, if me here gets $10, me somewhere else loses $10? Simplified, but basically true, yes.
If the spectrum is so broad, doesn’t that make our actions mean less? Like a drop making a ripple in the ocean of huge waves? Actually, our actions are amplified by the energy exchange curve.
Is this why sometimes “truth” seems to have more than one version? Yes.
Your thoughts are welcome. Be well friends.