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David R. Hawkins

Zitate aus Truth vs. Falsehood (Buch 4E)

 

⚠ Achtung
Siehe Power vs. Truth, Januar 2013


 

Zitate von D. Hawkins – Truth vs. Falsehood

 

  • Die Forschung weist aus, dass Wahrheit im Verhältnis zu einer 'absoluten Konstante  tatsächlich eine veränderliche Größe ist. FU Truth vs. Falsehood, Kommentar des Autors, S. ix, 2005
    Research indicated that truth is actually a variable relative to an absolute constant. Truth vs. Falsehood, Author's Statement, p. ix, 2005

 

Warnhinweis an den Leser

  • Der Entscheidungsprozess, ob alle entdeckten Daten zu veröffentlichen sind, ist problematisch und erfordert Besonnenheit. Ihm liegt die Prämisse zu Grunde, dass Weisheit der bessere Teil des Heldenmuts ist. FU Truth vs. Falsehood, S. xii
    Whether to reveal all that is discovered is problematic and requires reflections. The premise that occassioned the above decisions was that wisdom is the better part of valor. Truth vs. Falsehood, last sentence, Hint to the readers, p. xii, 2005

 

 

  • Die unendliche Wirkmacht des uranfänglichen Substrats der gesamten Existenz bietet die Möglichkeit der Umwandlung des Potentials zur stofflichen Verwirklichung. Sie allein verfügt über die Kraft, das Unmanifeste in das Reich des Manifesten zu bewegen. FU Truth vs. Falsehood, S. xxvii
    The possibility of the transformation from potentiality to actuality is provided by the infinite power of the primordial substrate of all existence, which alone has the power to transform the unmanifest into the realm of the manifest. Truth vs. Falsehood, S. xxvii, 2005

 

  • Leben kann nicht zerstört werden, es kann lediglich die Form ändern. FU Truth vs. Falsehood, S. 28, 2005

 

  • Anhand von Forschungen enthüllte sich die erstaunliche Tatsache (die auf einem Bewusstseinsniveau von 998 kalibiert), dass die Umstände unserer Geburt und unseres Lebens aus karmischer Sicht hochgradig vollkommen sind. FU Truth vs. Falsehood, S. 178, 2005

Quotes by D. Hawkins – Originalzitate (engl.)

  • The overall mission was guided by Socrates' dictum that all human error or wrongdoing is involuntary for man can only choose what he believes at the time to be a good that will bring happiness. His only error is that he cannot discern the real good from the illusory good. This work is devoted to clarifying what is the 'real' and how it can be identified. S. ?

 

  • While some of the raw data may not coincide with personal expectations, that is the anticipated response. The discovery of any new information of real significance has always provoked query and doubt and is to be expected. Data that are in conflict with personal belief are best handled by viewing such information as a 'possible alternative' rather than as 'make wrong,' which automatically summons up ego protest or even indignation. Oddly, protest is often confirmation that a nail has been hit on the head. S. ?

 

  • Although the human mind likes to believe that it is 'of course' dedicated to truth, in reality, what it really seeks is confirmation of what it already believes. S. ?

 

  • An all-pervasive crisis of credibility and integrity is currently shredding the very fabric of all levels of society. The institutions and historic bulwarks of integrity and reliability upon which society has relied over great expanses of time are under political attack, and others have fallen into disgrace and scandal on an almost daily basis. S. ?

 

  • The general public is in a semi-paralysis state due to the quandary of doubt and futility of hoping for any kind of dependable authenticity in the current public discourse. S. ?

 

  • At this time, there is no common agreement on even the most basic, simple, and obvious questions: What to do? S. ?

 

  • As a result of the progressive evolution and advancement of the level of consciousness of mankind over the centuries, the decisive discovery was made during the late 1970s, and continued to develop on up to the present time, of how to actually tell truth from falsehood for the first time in the history of mankind. Although the fundamental physiological tool upon which it is based seems deceptively simplistic, like the advent of the telescope, it opened up a whole new universe of discovery. Because the test utilized the response of the universal energy fields of consciousness, the truth or falsehood of any statement about anything anywhere in time or space could be instantly discovered. In addition, it was revealed that there were calibrated levels of truth and that each, in turn, identified energy levels that dominated human consciousness. S. ?

 

  • This presentation of a new, clinical 'Science of Truth' is therefore dedicated to the progress of humanity and the relief of suffering, which is the consequence of the advance in understanding the nature of consciousness in its pristine, pure expression as well as during ordinary life and its vicissitudes. S. ?

 

 

  • Below consciousness level 200, the attractor fields of consciousness are primarily of an animal-group nature. Above level 200, the etheric brain emerges as a differentiated area of energy that supersedes the life of the physical body. Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 65, 2005

 

  • The 'etheric brain thus becomes the nonphysical vehicle of an individualized spiritual content (i.e. karma). Below consciousness level 200, the individual is dominated by the collective field of consciousness of that level from which a uniquely personal, spiritualized etheric brain has yet to evolve and only does so by the exercise of free choice, which can take the individual consciousness level above the critical point of 200. Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 66, 2005

 

 

  • While karmic evolutionary patterns develop below consciousness level 200, they do so in the collective field of consciousness that dominates the levels below 200. They actually do not become individualized as such until the consciousness level reach 200. (Calibrated as true.) Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 68, 2005

 

  • The steps out of failure, unhappiness, frustration, lack, want, anger, and depression are deceptively simple. Life is a voyage comparable to being out at sea in which a shift of one degree on the ship’s compass will determine by the end of the trip whether or not one is hundreds of miles off course. The strongest tool, which already exists within, is the spiritual will itself, which, when firmly set, will face and take on any obstacle. It is this spiritual will that determines the success of the venture. From subjective experience, as well as many years of clinical practice, spiritual education, and research, it is confirmed that the spiritual will is the primordial rudder that determines not only this lifetime, but also the course of one’s consciousness over great expanses of time, classically termed karma. (Calibrated at LoC 1000.) Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 250, 2005

 

  • By one simple decision, the impossible becomes possible because the lead sinkers that were attached to the cork have been released, and now the cork effortlessly rises because of the density and power of the field. Thus, one can let go of the egoistic illusion that spiritual progress is difficult and that one has to do it all alone. On the contrary, illusions of lack disappear and powerful energies now help to sustain one’s progress, which is now accompanied by the pleasure of increased self-esteem, and the world magically begins to appear to be a friendly and helpful place. The brain’s neurochemistry changes in a positive direction, and like a butterfly out of a cocoon, the etheric brain springs forth as a consequence of the onset of the flow of spiritual (i.e., kundalini) energy, and the experience of life and the self in the world begins to transform. Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 250, 2005

 

  • Notable in the calibrations is the very major drop in the level of Christianity from the First Century, where it was in the 800's and 900's, to 485 after the council of Nicea in 325 AD. This was the consequence of the inclusion of the Old Testament (cal. 190) and Revelation (cal. 70) in the official Bible (see chapter 18). While the fall of man is allegorical (the story calibrates at 60), the downside was the naive belief and consequent emphasis on guilt and sin. With research, the 'fall of man' is the emergence of dualistic thinking (i.e. the tree of good and evil) which was the trap man fell into out of a seduction of curiosity. (This explanation calibrates at 995). Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 335, 2005

 

  • Low calibrations prevail in variants of New Ageism, which push credibility to the limits with glamorized claims of extraterrestrials, spirit guides, guardian angels, and prophesies of earth disasters. Other sources are claims of secret codes of God hidden in various disguises such as the stones in the pyramids, the Hebrew alphabet, DNA, famous paintings, and other imaginative obscurities. New Ageism (despite its own erroneous beliefs) is not, technically speaking, "spiritual," but instead is actually "astral" in its practices and interests. Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 360, 2005

 

  • ...The world of pseudospiritual fantasy also produces the imaginings of "Indigo children, star children, star families, star people, fifth-dimension incoming messengers of the future," etc. Common to all of these is a sense of uniqueness; magic; romanticized, naïve, imaginative fantasy; and the attraction of "specialness" itself. Truth vs. Falsehood, S. 360, 2005

 

 

  • From the viewpoint of the evolution of consciousness, atheism results from the refusal or inability to let go of the illusion that the narcissistic core of the ego is sovereign and is the source of one's life and existence. Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 361, 2005

 

On kinesiology

  • The higher the levels of consciousness of the test team, the more accurate are the results. The best results are obtained if both team members are in the mid 400's, which represent clarity, awareness of context, and precision of definition, as well as integrity, self honesty and awareness. Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, Anhang C, S. 413, 2005

 

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