A Study in Renaissance, Chapter 5
How we arrive at the truth depends on several factors. Each person has their own truth, dependent upon the evaluation of the information they have received and their perception of that information. Many outcomes can be spawned off the original event due to the various human reactions that alter the original event. A non-truth can be the result of what one thinks the outcome should be, but may not correlate with what actually happened. Assumptions of an expected event can prove to be incorrect, which may lead to secondary assumptions of why the event did not occur, which may also be incorrect. So how do we find the truth?
The truth lies in the process to the event: the evaluation of all the facts of all energy pathways that lead to the final event, absent of perception, reactions, expectations and assumptions; the patterns of behavior that alter the facts of an event and lead us down many emotional and reactionary secondary paths. So we have to be well aware of our background environment and how it influences the way we see the truth. Background environment is the way we interpret what we see, based on past experiences. It is how we were raised, what we were taught, what experiences we have had, our biases, opinions, perceptions, etc.
Even when studying matter within the universe, there are highly movable concepts of planetary laws that can affect finding an absolute truth due to the constant fluctuation of particles that create many deceptive thoughts about their conceptual movement and behavior. What scientists observe is in a constant state of flux. In reality, there is only one absolute truth, and that is the Creator is the center of All That Was, All That Is and All That Will Be. So the truth is flexible and is based on our understanding at the present moment and does not go beyond the now due to fluctuations that occur as we travel the many paths in our data collection as we search for a deeper truth. This is how other entities view and process information that we must incorporate into our own learning that leads to a deeper understanding, not of the event itself, but of the parameters leading up to a final event.
We are being reminded that time doesn’t exist, but rather is an assumed period that contains the fluctuations of thought patterns that lead to the final event. Our density of thought, or how much understanding we can densely pack into our thoughts, can dictate the level of the event by narrowing the parameters and the many possibilities that can be born out of it. Our thoughts can not only create the events, but also form the various reactions to the original event making the event more emotional and chaotic. So, the more understanding we have of an event, the more data collection and processing we do, the better we can control the positive and negative outcomes of the event. The results of an event are dependent upon all the various factors that have been considered that lead to finding an ultimate understanding of truth. The many factors considered narrow reactionary responses, leading to a more controlled outcome. The truth doesn’t have consequences, it simply is an understanding. A non-truth has many consequences as a result of not understanding, due to reactions born out of perceptions, assumptions and expectations. Peace be within you in your journey for truth!
We recommend that you now return to the book, The Augmentation of Man, A Study in Renaissance, and read section that corresponds to the title and chapter of this blog. Allow time to contemplate, re-read as needed. Have patience, it does get easier. This translation is reflective of our current level of understanding. Perhaps you can find an even more profound one!