What is your concept of how we all got here? Just how did we and all that we exist in get here? Everyone has an opinion, so there are multiple and numerous beginnings — in people’s minds. However, there can be only one True Beginning. We all need an answer to the question: How can we know what that True Beginning is?
Every human has a concept of their own beginning as well as the beginning of Earth, the beginning of our solar system, the beginning of our universe, and the beginning of Creation, itself. Are all of those human concepts the same? Do all of those concepts agree?
The answer to both questions is: No. Why no? Because every person has their own, individual mind, both conscious and unconscious (subconscious or below consciousness), with their own thoughts and memories of their individual experiences, education, training, and understandings. Thus, every individual perceives life and their own reality based on all that has molded them into what they are at any given moment. Are any of those individual perceptions the same as the True Beginning? Do any of those individual perceptions affect the True Beginning?
The answers to those last two questions are: Maybe and no. Maybe some individuals’ perceptions of the True Beginning are accurate, and no one’s perceptions can alter or have any effect on the True Beginning. Because our perceptions are only within our own minds. Then, how can we know what is the True Beginning?
That, my friend, is through unbiased research of and critical thinking about known facts. What are the known facts? They are available to your human senses of sight, hearing, touch, smell, and taste. Those facts are so numerous that no single human can number or list them all. Everything you can see, hear, touch, smell, or taste is an evidence of the True Beginning.
Your first assignment, then, is to look, listen, feel, smell, and taste as much as you can in your day and night. Think critically about what is involved in seeing, hearing, touching/feeling, smelling, and tasting.
- How is it possible that you can see what you see?
- How can you hear what you hear?
- How can you touch and feel what you touch and feel?
- How can you smell what you smell?
- How can you taste what you taste?
- What and how much is involved in each of these activities?
If you have any questions or need an explanation of anything, above, please let me know in the Comments, below.
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