Truth and Absolute Truth — Finding and Recognizing Proof
Reaching for Truth
Yes, truth exists. Absolute truth along with it. And yes, it's possible to prove both, too.
A clue can be found in what Jesus said on the subject — that if you know the truth, the truth will set you free. Truer words were never spoken.
First, it helps to have had some experience with creation and what the Buddhists (and Scientologists) call as-isness (or as-it-isness).
Our languages are so physical reality based that it's a little difficult to talk about something that is superior to all this stuff we see so clearly with our human eyes. So, don't look to the literal meaning of what I'm saying here, but to the meaning that the human words are pointing to. If you don't understand, give it a few lifetimes. You'll come around.
The Nature of Creation — The Thought Behind Truth
Creation occurs when an idea is considered and is pictured with perfect confidence and utter humility. Another way to look at this humility is to consider a complete lack of self-concern.
But creation itself has no persistence. The object of creation exists only while it is being created, unless a "lie" is added. This lie is merely a withdrawal of one's responsibility for having created it. This is the opposite of the "truth" of that object or condition.
When you add such a lie, an object gains persistence. It goes from zero persistence to infinite persistence in the time stream. It effectively rotates into the time stream. I have accomplished this numerous times.
Locating Truth Will Set You Free
When you locate the truth of an object or condition, the object or condition ceases to have persistence. This effectively rotates it from infinite persistence back to zero. The next moment, you have moved out of the instantaneity of its existence and you are "free" of it.
The actual state of mind for both creation (persistoring) and as-ising includes love and perfect confidence (faith). When you love all others and wish for them everything that they desire, you effectively return to the state of oneness which is the source of creation.
By extension, absolute truth would be knowing (and taking responsibility for) everything. At such point, the universe would disappear, everything reducing to an instantaneity of creation.
But do you really want to "prove" absolute truth? Where's the fun in that? Can't we merely be satisfied with the truth of individual objects and conditions? Such "minor" freedom is miracle enough.
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