The Process of Becoming a Non-true Believer

One of my themes over the past few years of introspection is that as I’ve accepted that “true” beliefs and “true” truths weren’t very true. At the very most they were partial truths and some were outright untruths. This was all a part of examining Michael’s statements about the differences between Absolute, Global, and Personal [...]

Perceiving truth

As I’ve discussed in the past, belief systems contain truths unique to the Personality — very few truths are Absolute (genuinely universal or Tao level truths.) We live with global and personal truths, none of which are particularly “true.” Truth is highly dependent on one’s perception of the world around them, based in large part [...]

Coalescence vs Dualism

Recently, I saw a video, called “Tuning In” that asked the same questions of six different channels, some of whom I know to be quite different from Michael — yet the answers were remarkably consistent with those of Michael and other teachers whom I’ve read over the years. From my perspective, I would say that [...]

Validating isn’t disproving

I had an epiphany of sorts in my reply to Diane’s comment on the previous entry. In conclusion I said, “My original goal for VM has completely changed or evolved through a series of choices I’ve made on focus points. I’ve lost my need to disprove what others think.” This is a critical observation that [...]

Group Thinking

I’ve been hanging onto an article for awhile now, it’s most recent incarnation was in the Los Angeles Times, “Science and religion: God didn’t make man; man made gods,” by J. Anderson Thomson and Clare Aukofer. It appealed to me for a couple of reasons even though I don’t entirely agree with it. One, it [...]