This site holds academic articles developing a model of mind initially espoused by Henri Bergson in 1896.
Bergson's model of time is what makes his theory "go." The time-motion of the matter-field is seen as non-differentiable. There are no past "instants" that fall away into non-existence. This allows the brain to specify a past motion of the matter-field.
The model conceives of the matter-field as holographic. In perception, the brain is seen as supporting a reconstructive wave passing through this holographic field - specifying the external image of the world.
Bergson had a severe difference with Einstein and relativity, where the model of space-time is differentiable.
Quantum physics in fact rejects the differentiability of space-time.
For a short tutorial on holography, click here.