Are you dead yet?
Posted on April 26, 2014 by Ines Radman
Truth is defined as “that which is”, that which has actually undergone the actuality of occurring, it’s nothing more complex or more involved than that. English Oxford Dictionary: Conformity with fact; agreement with reality; accuracy, correctness, verity (of statement or thought).
Truth is that has which has occurred and is occurring. If you want to look at it scientifically, it’s the collapse of the wave functions of possibility. There is possibility that exist in the present moment and at some future moment, that wave function of possibility, of all the things that are possible in the now, at some future point will collapse to become that which actually has occurred.
What is the difference between truth and the concept of history?
Human perception now enters the picture because it’s about how people perceive those events occurring and how they then record them for future posterity.
So, the concept of perception being reality is what’s ultimately false and has to be understood as such. Perception is not reality. What human beings work in consciousness and need to do, is to align perception to reality so that they can actually have a more accurate understanding of the truth or in other words, that which has occurred.
Does truth exist independently from perception?
Perception is just that. It’s how you perceive, it means “to see through”, through the lens of their minds. There are many different perspectives but that perception does not necessarily align into what actually did occur. That is independent and objective and again perception can be aligned with that or it can waiver very wildly from that actuality.
Perception is not reality. But our work is to align the two. It’s like a frequency, just like a wave would come into alignment with the horizontal axis with which it waivers. Perception is about attuning our frequency to the truth, such that it comes into contact with it, very frequently and only waivers from it slightly. In other words, the more often we perceive, the higher that frequency of which in turn that becomes truth. That’s what our work is to do, it is to align our perception by raising our frequencies, our vibratory energy and bring it into alignment with that which is instead of keeping it in opposition to that which is, by refusal to accept truth.
Truth has a relationship with Philosophy. Philosophy means the love of wisdom. It is the process, the continual process, the re-engagement of the will to continue to discover that which is. To continue to align one’s perception to reality and to continue to diligently work to develop principles.
Principles is what philosophy is based upon, principles are always based on that which is, that which is true.
So, how do we now incorporate belief into the equation?
I will refer to natural law as this is the key to unlocking the prison that humanity exists in. Natural law is something that needs to be discovered and it doesn’t involve belief. Belief is just going with whatever perception you happen to have at the time, what you’ve been told. It doesn’t involve the tuning of perception to that which has actually existed and has occurred.
It is essentially the imagination run away from the individual. The imagination is very powerful, it’s important for us to visualize something different for ourselves and then go out and create that. But if we just let it run unchecked, it can turn into naivety and blind belief. Also, what can happen if we have a more left brain approach, that’s overly left brain? We can develop into a mindset that is rigidly skeptical and that actually looks like belief and is belief in many ways because the person has this idea of knowledge that they are holding on to, that isn’t in alignment with what actually is, yet they are so convinced they are accurate that so called knowledge has become like a religion to them and they are also operating through belief even in that left brain imbalance.
Belief, ultimately, regardless of what form of balance it comes about through, has absolutely nothing to do with “what is” or “truth”. It has nothing to do with the ability to discover that which is. Natural Law is not a belief system it’s science. It’s different from a belief system because a belief system doesn’t depend on a process of observation and checking and actual deep understanding of something that is actually occurring. It’s really just a process that is going on as a mental construct in the mind with no actual verifiable evidence to back up that perception. That’s what makes Natural Law a science and much different from a belief system.
Where do beliefs begin and where to they end?
Beliefs ultimately begin with someone not wanting to take on the personal responsiblity to discover truth for themselves. It comes from some sort of imbalance within the self that is based upon loathing, because that person for some reason feels some feelings of inadequacy that they cannot actually go through the process of discovering for themselves and therefore they would rather not do that work because of those feelings of inadequacy and they would rather simply listen to what someone else has said on any given subject or topic and take that into themselves as a belief instead of actually looking at what is there for themselves, for which requires a lot of diligent work, especially at the phase of humanity where we find ourselves today in which the human mind is very controlled and has basically become an atrophied muscle that has not been used for so long.
So, we have to develop a lot of self-respect in order to get back to square one, where we even want to do that hard work of truth discovery. I would say belief ends when that self-respect has been developed and then the person wants to do the work of going through the process of discovery.
The nature of fear. Fear is innately tied to the loss of your freedoms according to Natural Law, whether it’s a snake or mouse or burglar or any other things that people fear. I find that learning about the very things we fear helps us understand and our ability to respond to situations which ultimately leads to happiness.
Why are these ideas so disconnected in our society?
Fear is the basis of all forms of chaos and disorder. It’s what holds us in the condition that humans are in right now which is a condition of ultimately loss of freedom and moving into total slavery.
Knowledge dispels fear, we fear that which we do not understand, so this is a good time to bring up solipsism again because it’s the ideology that you can’t know anything, therefore you continuously be held in fear. Solipsism is defined in previous posts but to those new to the blog, solipsism is: self = is the object of real knowledge, no other existence. Egoism= no proof of existence other than his own mind.
Latin: (sol = us= alone+ipse=self).
It means essentially all by oneself, all alone. This is the ideology that there is no truth because there is no objective reality, the only thing that exists is the content of one’s own perception. Anything outside ones knowledge is completely unknowable, it’s unsure, therefore there is no truth. The Universe revolves around our perceptions at any given time.
If that is your ideology, then you can never truly know anything about the external reality. How can you possibly dispel fear with an ideology like that? That’s what knowledge is about, it’s about saying: “If I can identify this, I can understand it now because I have identified it”. There is nothing to fear, now I can align my behavioral choices with how this process works because I understand it.
That’s what wisdom is. It’s what you DO with what you have come to understand through knowledge, so knowledge and what you do with it becomes wisdom.
If we do not develop that knowledge and understanding and then put it into practice in our lives, we’re always going to be in a state of fear. We’re always going to lack the understanding which dispels fear and then our behaviors will ultimately be chaotic, they are not going to align with natural law, it’s not going to align with reality and we’re going to get things we say we don’t want. Say we want one thing but then our behaviors betray our thoughts and then we’re getting something that is completely of the opposite of what we said we originally wanted.
This is abdication of personal responsibility, it goes back to a childlike mentality of wanting to be told, wanting to be cared for, of wanting to be kept without growing up and learning for one self, even if that process of learning means you may encounter periods of chaos, by not getting it right at first.
This also leads to the death of one’s imagination because people stop thinking about how they can possibly make something different manifest? Once you’re in that place, you’re pretty well dead and done because if the imagination is dead, you can’t envision a better future, you can’t envision doing something different, it’s equal to death. That’s where the control system wants you at, they don’t want you to think for yourselves. We need to own our personal responsibility to discover the truth for ourselves. Do not abdicate it to someone else if you want to live. Each person has to go through that process of discovery for themselves to learn how it actually is, to know it actually occurred, which is truth.
Thanks to Ines at: http://inesradman.wordpress.com