truth-257160_1920.jpgIt is not easy to discern the truth if you do not apply yourself. Many people or many beings are out for their own gains. So to discern the truth you need to pay attention to the person’s eyes, the person’s demeanor, the person’s behavior, the person’s choice of words, the person’s attitude. The tone of voice is a great determinant of truth. Many people when they cannot look at you, they shift their gaze, they seem restless, they portray a topic that does not resonate to you, are probably spinning you a tale. You must always discern the truth from the lie.

When you channel or speak to non-corporeal beings, discerning truth from them is harder. You cannot see them for eye contact. You cannot hear them to know their tone of voice. You cannot tell if they have restless tics, if they bite their tongue or anything of the source. Does it make sense to you? Can you understand it? Does it appeal to you? If it does all that for that moment, then it is the truth for that moment.

Truth is not an absolute. What may be true today may be false tomorrow. So, a knowledge that you acquire through an experience today, stands as the truth. Do not hold it true tomorrow unless it continues to be the same experience. Once it shifts and turns into something else, that truth becomes a fallacy and it is time to adapt to the new truth.

Truth is changeable per era, civilization, culture, religion and mores along with many other aspects of life. So do not hold truth as an absolute for every component of life. Each time you get a chance to move on, do it.