It’s easy to time travel. It’s real and you don’t need special equipment or a modified Delorean to do it. Most of us already spend much of our waking hours doing it.
Thinking about all the things we need to do in the future or how we haven’t yet achieved the job/career/relationships/accomplishments we want. So we imagine what it will be like to get there, or never get there.
Then there are the constant replays of past events, conversations, and moments. The things we could have said, done, tried.
And so the present moment passes us by.
Being present actually requires to be deliberate. To observe when we do time travel. To keep ourselves in the here and now.
Ultimately that’s all that is real, the here and the now.