Life is One, experiences many—Transcript

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This is Higher Truth from the Collective Forces of Knowledge and Wisdom as it’s been received, perceived and transcribed by Francisco Valentín

Truth is one…interpretations manyTranscript

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An abstract from the original transcriber, Francisco Valentin

I’ve heard many times phrases such as “You live only once,” and its many variances such as “YOLO” (You only live once), “Life is only one,” and many others leading us to the common context that once you die, it is the end of your life.

It inspires people to strive to do the best they can before they run out of time. It also motivates many to achieve their greatest potential while they have the time and driving force. Many see it as having only one chance to do all they want in life and many must certainly already have their bucket list or their “Must do before I die” list.

Others simply wait until the time comes when they go to the eternal dream while waiting for the second reaping and judgment day.

On the other hand, many non-religious groups believe that they would become spirits and the past will be left in the past. In other words, claiming that there is no remorse, no judgment, no penalty—only peace and love.

Then other group believe we all are energy and will keep vibrating and manifesting endlessly, in many forms, much like those who believe we all simply become spirits happily ever after.

Unless you believe that the end of life is attained at death, all others believe in another life, another world, or another realm, irrespectively of how it takes place.

And there are many other variations as to who are we, what is our purpose, and ultimately, what is the purpose of living.

Problem is that each interpretation leads to the creation of a new fundamental as each interprets or deciphers what could have happened and how we ended up here. That is why according to some estimates there are over 4,200 religions across the globe and many others belief systems similarly taking us nowhere but to a new labyrinth of unanswered questions.

Regardless of how it all started and how we all ended up here, the truth is still the same. ‘Life is one, experiences many‘ is one more way to explain the core principle of your true identity. Let me explain:

If life is one, and I am part of this life, much as an actor is for a play; then my experiences make a new sum total of all my experiences since I was originally conceived. But it also goes back to previous life experiences, as it has been proven by memory recollection from others, and from those who can transcend to other realms from the past, present an uncertain future.

For that reason, you are also the sum total of all your experiences since creation took form. And as much as you are told that we came from the will of a Higher Power, or we are part of evolution, from either physical, organic, artificial or hybrid origin, it still makes you the sum total of all your experiences since the first movement took form; for life is just one, while experiences are many.

‘Life is one, experiences many‘ also makes you reflect on the principle of reincarnation and the many lives we must have experienced since the first movement took form, to becoming the evolved human of today.

Many have been the experiences molding you into who you are today. And for every experience, a new interpretation of life is kept in memory for future references. That is how the instinct is first developed as you reincarnated from less evolved forms.

That also makes reference to “…for whatever harm you do to others, you are doing to yourself.” Because as you learn how it all started with the first movement, you begin to comprehend that no one is above the other and we all are evolving at our own pace. Therefore, harming others is harming yourself at the deepest level. Can you see it now?

This one thing fascinates me from The Transcripts: Their interpretation goes as deep or as shallow as you allow them to be.

For some “Life is one, experiences many” is as simple as reassurance to a realistic fact. It could also be a motivational or inspirational catchphrase, or it can also be as deep as to becoming the underlying truth to your origin and existence.

As I’ve said in the past: “Higher Truth is like math.” And the day you fully grasp that beyond common knowledge there is much more than what you have been taught there is, then seeking Higher Truth would take you to the depth at which each Transcript can truly take you…and it is up to you to open yourself to Higher Truth or keeping yourself on the fence wondering if my words speak the truth.

Life is one…experiences many!


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