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Is Your Perspective Accurate? Probably Not!

It just takes a switch in perspective to see multiple angles

This talk was given at the Center for Spiritual Living, Central Texas on April 14, 2019. www.cslctx.org. It is mostly applied science with some spirituality mixed in with a focus on increased awareness of what little we actually perceive of true reality and how to go beyond that.

Some quotes

“It’s not what you look at that matters. It’s what you see.” Henry David Thoreau

“Everything we hear is an opinion, not a truth. Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth.”

Doing a regular spiritual practice conditions you to be able to stop your mind in the NOW moment so that your inner senses can detect what is real.

You are always going to find what you expect as your expectations diffuse true reality.

What you are looking for, you are looking with.

Your physical senses are limited to what they can detect. Your inner senses have no limits. Thus, they can perceive true reality.

“Discard all the thoughts that say it won’t work and adopt the one thought that says it will.”

Affirmation: My physical perception may be based on what I expect to see and limited by physical senses. Yet, since I have a regular spiritual practice, I now see beyond the physical appearance using my activated Inner Senses and Intuition. I see beyond my own mental atmosphere to see the Truth in my reality using my subjective Mind. I now perceive through God’s perspective.

*God meaning Spirit, Universe, Life Force, Quantum Intelligent Loving Force.

I led a 3rd Eye Meditation after this talk. It is also on this blog.

Perspective Changes Depending on Where You Stand.

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