A Journey In Consciousness

Thursday, January 25, 2007

Truth vs. Falsehood

The falsehood most difficult to recognize is the one that comes packaged in truth.

If you have a book that contains one falsehood or lie after another, it is simple to detect. However, if you have page after page containing statements that one would absolutely have to agree with, such as ... establish peace, clarity, friendliness, etc, which are then followed by sudden statements of a different nature, the reader's mind, rather than immediately detect and reject the falsehood, will be seduced to think... well, all the other statements are clearly true, so maybe this is true also?

This creates an inroad to bypass the reader's common sense and possibly accept concepts that are impossible to prove or disprove. Therefore, it is important to ask oneself, again, the question "On a scale from 1-10, how true is this? The answer will arise inside.

The most important thing to ask oneself, however, is the question, Does this serve me on my path of transformation?


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