Like many others, suddenly my uni-directional “search for understanding” of the big Truth was thrown into disarray. Huh? Who’s right? Whose truth?
Then, this morning I listened to an interesting Bernie Suarez video re: AIM4truth, and it’s attempted takedown of Q (read: setting up of conflict among those who do “aim for truth”). And I noticed myself tending to side with Bernie, especially given his analysis of the template followed by an earlier psy-op that succeeded in dividing and dissolving a 9-11 truth group in which he was involved.
What do you think about Bernie’s analysis? Does it clarify your own direction in searching for truth?
Or is that the wrong question to ask?
Instead, how about this? Let us ask, how can we get beyond the divisions that continuously beset human beings who depend upon language to get “in touch with” reality?
Notice: The Bernie takedown of AIM4truth as opposed to Q superimposes a higher order polarity [Q v. AIM4truth] v. Bernie and others who tend to disbelieve Q and or Aim4truth, upon the lower one: Q v. AIM4truth. In other words, the first division is now superimposed by a higher order division.
To the first level of division, we add a second, “higher order” division, thus ultimately, complexifying and muddying an already bogged-down discussion.
Yes! That’s the agenda! Set up division everywhere! Set good people against one another, so that they fight for the right to be right! That’s the deep state goal. And it’s easy to do when people’s minds are divided from their bodies, which they usually are. The body goes one way, towards the ground; the mind careens in another, towards outer space within which our minds tend to want, need, absolutely have to have, an outer cap, a sort of frequency fence set up around reality so that nothing can get in or out. The problem, ultimately, for us humans, is infinity. Our refusal to immerse ourselves in infinity, lest we fall forever through space.
But notice: this fear of infinity is not a problem when we remain grounded, in our bodies.
The cabal sows division elsewhere, within and between nations (look at the mess in the Mideast), and it does so here, at home. Divide good people against one another, especially when we’re setting out in a certain direction in our naive, but well-meaning “search for truth.”
All of which is to say that, when I can stand it (i.e. remember to stand upon it), I aim for, not “truth,” but overview plus detachment.
I say “when I can stand it,” because I too tend to want to get everything decided once and for all, so that I can “under-stand,” i.e., stand under some kind of overall dogmatic linguistic interpretation (that frequency fence), which I then want to stamp as “real,” “certain” in my mind. Instead, I need to remember to always stand upon what is real, certain, in my body, heart open to the universe and feet upon the living earth. The body is primary. The mind needs the body to ground, recognize and remember the embodied self as standing upon the living ground of one’s own center of the infinite universe. By recognizing the primacy of the body to hold my own center, I can then realize that whereas the actual function of the left brain mind is to name, describe, analyze, criticize ad nauseam, and the actual function of the right brain mind is to hold it all in a space that continuously expands, I, my embodied self, even as I cannot help but “search for truth” with my mind must continuously also stand grounded upon earth in order not to drift off into that right brain space, no direction known.
Thus grounded, I I hold Q, AIM4truth, and Bernie — all their “conflicting”, and lower vs. higher order truths and divisions, in a space larger than any of the limited “truths” we think we can come up with as decidedly partial and flawed human beings.