"Consciousness reflects where everyone is with the truth, somewhere between awake and deep in trance, relying on amnesia to keep truth obscure."
The Truth About Fear
I call the work I do “The Recovery Process” because it’s all about reconnecting with the truth, which the vast majority of us avoid like the plague. Most of us fill time engaged in the game of TAG, which is short for “The Anti-truth Game.” When you fill time dismissing truth as false, your level of awareness is too low to observe that everyone fills time playing the game of TAG, displaying how they fill time ‘trying to prove truth is false.’ In truth, this is a charade, or a comedy, because what makes truth valid is that it’s never false. Time displays what we do, say, think, and feel, to defend the fiction it’s possible to prove truth is false.
When you reconnect with the truth, it is clear it is the truth because it’s always true. Truth, ultimately, is surprisingly transparent. It is what right now is, all the time, under all circumstances, with no exceptions. Truth, or consciousness, displays where we are in consciousness with what consciousness is, somewhere between awake, and one with the truth, or deep in trance, relying on amnesia to keep truth out of sight and out of mind. When you wake up, you know what consciousness is. You know who you are, and you have access to observe how you fill time ‘trying to prove truth is false.’ Because truth is absolute, no one can prove truth is false, which makes ‘trying to prove truth is false, a charade. Trying to prove truth is false is what makes us funny, some more than others. No one can prove truth is false, and life is the arena which displays the level of intensity we bring to the fiction we can achieve that goal.
Once truth came into focus, it was clear that fear indicates that we know what the truth is, at some pre-conscious level of knowing, and that we are going to fill time ‘trying to prove truth is false.’ In this light, fear is the clue we ‘know’ that truth is immutable, and that it isn’t possible to prove truth is false. We are afraid of the truth as long as we fill time ‘trying to prove truth is false.’ If truth is omnipresent and unitary, then fear is justified because no one, no matter what they do, say, think or feel, has any chance to prove truth is false. Life is the arena that features the dance we do around truth, as if the dance we do is sufficient to repudiate truth. I refer to the dance we do around truth as “Stalling,” or filling time with the fiction we will prove truth is false, sooner or later. If truth is immutable, meaning fixed, permanent and non-negotiable, then “Stalling” itself is fearful because it supports the fiction it’s possible to prove truth is false.
Waking up is an event that takes place in consciousness, and it includes the shift from the lies we keep in place as “the truth,” to the truth we dismiss as false. The goal of “The Recovery Process” is to assist a client to retrieve what the truth is so he or she can reconnect with the truth to find out what it is about truth they dread. Avoiding truth works to keep truth in place as something to dread. Time features us reinforcing the lie truth must be avoided at any cost. Avoiding truth defines how most of us fill time. When you reconnect with truth, filling time dismissing truth as false is finally viewed accurately as comedy, the seeing of which makes ‘fear’ the centerpiece in this charade we refer to as “life.” Fear services the lie everything is really real, and truth is understandably viewed as “the enemy’ because it always threatens to remind us that what we defend as “the truth” is false. We hate to be wrong about anything!
Consciousness reflects where everyone is with the truth, somewhere between awake and deep in trance, relying on amnesia to keep truth obscure. Truth reveals how we depend on fear to defend the lie truth is false. We hate fear, but, apparently, what we hate even more is truth itself.
Truth has no where to go, so it is always in your face, one way or another. We can “Stall” our date with what it is, for a lifetime if need be, or we can decide to meet “the enemy” head on to see who is behind the curtain, pulling the strings, day in and day out.