Truth As Relative Awareness

Arc 1 - Text 6

Truth is a feeling of knowing what is. It is a fluid sensation that moves in relation to your vantage point. This is a completely different understanding than the scientific model which sees truth as absolute facts concerning the outward world. The logical, scientific mind can only find the consistency and reliability it desires in the physical. Through this focus it experiences truth as external and absolute with the same sense of outward solidly as physicality.

Human reality is a perceptual projection created through the differentiation of a single consciousness into multiple dimensions. Every definition within that array of potential exists relative to every other point. The perception of all qualities—including truth—is therefore always relative to where you are standing. Human individuality is an expression of many interconnected qualities, all of which affect the perception of each other. These qualities are always connected because they are all projections of self.

The perception of true-false cannot be absolute or binary because it is always relative to your ever-changing point of perception. All definitions produced through diversity contain both truth and deceit (valuable information and denial). Everything you perceive contains false information as it presents itself as diverse when all is one. However, it also contains truth because even when we lie to ourselves—by projecting illusions of separation—the lie that we choose to tell conveys valuable information about who and what we are choosing to be.

The perception of truth changes fluidly according to where you stand in relation to it. Just as feeling tall only exists in relation to feeling short, so physical man experiences existence in relation to physical woman and, in this perception, dimensions of infinite variation in gender emerge into consciousness.

Through the realization of truth as relative awareness the potential of its discovery is infinite, fluid, and never-ending. Belief in the absolute is limited, fixed, and defended through a fundamentalist belief in the validity of one or more points of separation / exclusion.

DEFINITIONS & CLARIFICATIONS
Truth
is an emotional sensation of value connected to a perception of knowing what is. The experience of what truths are valuable is heightened when they are connected to experiences of positive transformation such as self-healing.

Everything expresses qualities of both truth and untruth. All beliefs—no matter how negative or positive—contain value. For example, even though separation is an illusion created through the use of unconsciousness, this does not mean its expression does not contain truth. For example, if a person tells you a lie about themselves, that lie is not redundant information with no value. The lie contains truth about how they would like to be perceived.

Science is a belief system based upon repeatable observations of physicality by physical, measuring devices. This stance is appropriate for anyone wishing to understand the physical-temporal mechanics of outward reality such that they may elevate their relationship with physicality. However, science in its choice to only value physically-based knowledge, has little to offer explorers of consciousness.

Scientists perceive their beliefs as demonstrable facts, rather than acts of faith. However, sciences’ denial of the value of studying knowledge perceived through consciousness (the non-physical) represents a strong, blinding faith in the primacy of physicality. This is a level of faith that is on-par with any extremist religious beliefs. Science is a form of religion.

REFLECTIVE BELIEFS
Scientific truth is limited to the observation of the physical by the physical and is conveyed in absolute statements.

Truth is feeling that is experienced relative to the vantage point of an individual. Being a projection of diversity within oneness, all definitions (which are potential experiences of truth) are perceived in relation to each other.


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