posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 02:26 PM
Originally posted by dominicus
Off course alarm bells go ff for you ...because whats starting to happen is science is slowly shifting and beginning to prove the existence of a
spirit, of spiritual realities, of humans being more than just bags of flesh, of there being something after the body dies, etc.
Science is nowhere close to proving the existence of any such thing, despite the claims of the Deepak Chopra types.
And reading seeing that your User Account says "ATS Resident Skeptic" ....well then its easy to assume that the walls of bias you have built
for yourself are entirely threatened and in danger of crumbling based on all the shifts not just in people awakening but also in science starting to
take serious and study spiritual things.
Having a certain standard by which we establish the existence of things and determine truth are hardly "walls of bias". In fact, you are subject to
them as well and in the last sentence you claimed science was validating your beliefs. Scientific standards are good when used to confirm your
beliefs, scientific standards are bad when you can't overcome their standards to validate your beliefs.
if its a common human condition, then why does not everyone experience this? Second who is to say that explaining through mystical/spiritual jargon
Common human conditions don't have to be experienced by all people. Baldness is a common human condition not experienced by all people.
Explanations through mystical/spiritual jargon might be true. First, define mystical and spiritual, then establish their existence as true, then prove
that the explanations through such jargon is true. Until then, we have better means.
Yeh thats fine ...my point being that the change comes about from an experience of a Truth that is there on its own non-relative and ever present.
Now that you've defined it you must prove it. If "Truth" is an externally existing, objective, non-relative and ever present entity... provide the
evidence to prove it and/or demonstrate its existence.