Buddhists talk about discontinuity
ordinary consciousness consists of the discrete cetas
all is illusion and the external objects are nothing but the creations of our mind
In Yogacara, are all moments discontinuous -- the idea that nothing is ever the same thing twice and no two times meet -- and an illusion?
Does that mean that durations -- even-though consisting of impermanent events -- only seem to arise persist decay or cease? Why?
I can intuitively see a link between 1 and 2, and I am in effect asking about that. Put another way: is the flow of time we psychologically experience itself permanent?