1 Lesson learned: Never judge someone else’s level of understanding because for them it is as hard as it was for you to understand new principles.
2 Take notice that when something is learned from the beginning it will be most likely engraved in your mind and you will tend to stick with it. It is human nature.
3 If you are taught through a learning process, and you get accustomed to it, you will not want to change so you will try to see things in the same way— the same perspective such as religion.
4 If you’ve learned that God is seen in this or that other way from childhood, it will be imprinted in your mind for life…if you let it…if you desire to.
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Truth is one…interpretations many—Transcript
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An abstract from the original transcriber, Francisco Valentin
As I read this Transcript, I can reflect on my own frustration when I speak and sense in others the resistance to some of my words. As I saw this message being transcribed back in 2012, I could see how I was being warned way ahead of time to what I was going to be facing as I deliver the message moving forward.
For instance, this particular Transcript makes reference to God, not to imply that one is correct and all others are wrong: It is about understanding the true nature of God and the reluctance of many to change the way God is perceived.
Trust me on this one— it took me over 30 years to understand what I knew since 1979 but couldn’t put into words plus having to be taken into astral travel in 2013 to get it finally.
The problem is not getting it (or to know, for a better word), but having to explain it while earning your trust to what I have to say, mostly by faith (since you probably haven’t gone through the experience yourself.) And this one is one of the hardest things to do, in today’s confusing world.
Here, article 3 explains how reluctant one can become when one is put to question the most trusted authority as the source of information since childhood. Once the mind is conditioned to a belief, it is much harder to repeal than a phobia.
But as article 4 states; it is as hard as holding on to old beliefs, indoctrination, habits and/or cultural conditions, pleasures and likes or as simple as letting go “…if you let it…if you desire to.”
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