In the Patanjali System of Yoga or Ashtanga Yoga as it is known (viz. Yoga consisting of Eight sections) there is among the many sutras one particular sutra towards the end of the discourse - (I am not sure of the number but I distinctly recollect that it was the last sutra of a section or of the book or the book itself is unknown to me ).
the sutra consists of just one word ''Kramath" - but has very huge ramifications -
Kramam means "in order '' - as in the sentence with a meaning of like say Alphabets in order , or numbers in order
Kramam also means : correctly in order - such as the usage or meaning in the sentences which connote ''to do things in a proper manner ie. in an orderly manner . First things first and next things next .
Kramam - also means in a succession that is logical - or a line of action that is logical - meaning purposive (with a firm end in mind ).
Kramam is also used as a reference to a pulsating (metronomic) and regular interval that is very small (in modern days it is explained by translators as a minute or some such small interval - use of words like minute or metronomic would actually vitiate the actual meaning and mislead a person not used to Sanskrit aphorisms spanda is a better term than both pulsating and metronomic to me ) ).
Kramam is also defined in an inverse manner in vedic cosmology (when discussing the Cosmic Purusha) it is defined as x3 times of a Thrudi - where thrudi is 1/3 rd of the distance between the light a ray of sunbeam as we see or ''know'' it (our sun - it is a particular rule applicable to only our sun and its rays ) in terms of time -ie . if we were to assume the light from our sun to be ''Travelling" it means the distance between one moment and the next moment (It stands to reason as perceptionally in two succeeding moments it will be at two points in space or it was considered that it used to travell physically and had weight - the single sun beam and they were not bothered with analogue or digital or even waviform or even straight line - perception by a conscious observer was the thing involved ). ie Thrudi (pronounced as thru'dee ) is 3 times the speed of light of our sun . There was another provisio to this meditation - were you believing in finitude or infinitude - in infinity the assumption was no movement is possible as infinity itself is all full and everywhere and thus cannot ''move'' technically . So in an infinite purusha meditation it is instantaneous (the light i mean ) it lights up at both ends simultaneously since the body is one . ie . before it is seen as light or perceived as light it is already there - ie you are at your destination before even thinking or willing it. . It is like saying '' you have a problem because the problem contains the solution ''.
So what essentially it does (the sutra) it is an ''enlivened word'' like a mantra - but which will yield the experience not by reptition as in a mantra - but by knowledge . When the meditation and recall on the sutra becomes perfect all the experiences of the original maker that is embodied in it is released with the concomittant flow of knowledge - as with one sutra so with all . It becomes intutive and automatic and knowledge becomes with ''the consistency of clay'' . There is nothing esoteric or hidden if the correct approach is there . It (the sutra) is like an index which contains all links and ideas and images without corruption across all vedas relating to the ''knowledge '' (not word idea or feeling etc as in words ) of that word and all written and unwritten cross references one - reads and takes what is necessary for the discourse .
Ending of time can be attained by understanding the above process and how knowledge and memory works to aid in meditation -
Why was it x3 times the speed of light ? because of body which slows the perception , because of mind which slows up perception and the intellect which slows perception as they work in a line and succeedingly one after another in reverse (ie Body first , mind , next and intellect last when it should be the other way round - Intellect first , mind next and body (the individual ) last ). So our ancients took everything with reference to infinity - which is why the theories still stand without being discredited by science or scientists and the took care to be very particular (as in the case of sun light - it is our sun not another sun) . Other suns would have different speeds for their rays but it was all wrapped up by infinite meditations as there is nothing faster or higher than that . This is the ego of the Veda.(knowledge) .
One can become undistanced by this knowledge - its practice is the meditation on OM - hiranyagarba or U and on Pragna (M) - as you think so you become - it is true there is no other .
May all be free from the pathos of distance and attain to undistanced happiness. Peace .