Long before Einstein and modern physics, Rambam wrote in the 11th century that our entire material world exists below the speed of light, which means inside Earthly time and below spiritual time.
Today, it is not a problem to talk about space, time, and movement as temporary variables, which are relative to the observer and can even move backwards. Objectively, there are no time, movement and space as these are just impressions in our desire. If our desire is limited by receiving we feel ourselves in the boundaries of our world.
If our desire is not limited by absorbing into itself and acts outwards to bestow, than these parameters lose their limitations and there are no limitations in our perception. This means there is no time, no movement and no space.
(From the Daily Lesson 10.19.09)