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Old 09-02-2019, 11:44 PM   #1
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Default Waking up to the Subjective Truth

Someone may see the colour Red and believe it to be Blue.
As to them it appears Blue.
It’s not that they’re lying and deliberately not telling “the truth”.
To them it is their truth, their reality as it’s what they experience.


This could be the same with any colour and it being perceived differently by one or two from a collective majority whom have a different idea of what they’re looking at and interpreting.

The truth is therefore subjective to each and everyone and their experience.
We may make the definitive reality as being what the collective majority believe it to be and experience it as. It is this that can be labelled the system.
If the collective majority are hypnotised into a certain experience of reality due to their conditioning, whom’s not to say it’s all of them who can’t see things as they really are beyond what they’ve been hypnotised to believe?
If this system of collective governance, instead of being a system of input and acknowledgement of what the majority believe, actually became a system telling a majority what to believe?
Who would tell the difference?
How would you tell the difference?

Those that wake up understand that at sometime we have all agreed on certain values, labels and ideas for everything we perceive and so overlook, oversimplify and make quick judgements based upon reality and so accept that as our ultimate experience.
We never look beyond them caught up within a projected reality.

We make assumptions on how things exist based upon the simplified interface we project like shrink wrap on everything we see, which is rather convenient in a world where this corruption comes at a price, it can be bought and the true value of things remains unknown, oblivious, because it’s overlooked.
It’s not cared about beyond the bounds of an artificial construct we project as reality. Instead the simulation becomes more important as it feeds our emotions due to being conditioned to experience reality in such a manner.
The brain responds likewise to our conditioning and makes it appear all the more real.

Those that wake up one day will say they don’t remember agreeing to all of this, they remember these thing being imposed by someone else whom had already made definitive assumptions based on something they had been kept out of the loop of and so reanalyse everything for themselves.
Maybe this may seem like cynicism but if this is the case it’s usually because of acknowledging a deep feeling you’ve been running away from that such a state of affairs does exit but you can’t quite put your finger on what it is.


The truth is the system and the hypnotised majority can’t tolerate a person like that as it can be disruptive to their own world view, so they instead chose to ignore them and their ideas. That’s exactly why we have so many problems.
That’s exactly the problem of ignorance people find out about and want to wake up from, that still those people they’re trying to make aware of this can’t see beyond. This is conditioning and an automated response to it, so the hypnotised police themselves and one another.

This is just my Subjective Truth.
Should it really be so damaging of your world view that you’d have to go out of your way to ignore it?
Danny Edwards
If you believe everything I say, I don’t trust you. More importantly you shouldn’t trust yourself or you own opinion on this until you’ve researched it for yourself!

Knowledge alone is not enough know thyself...

Scio Te Ipsum - Verum Ordo Ad Chao

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