posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 07:59 PM
reply to post by Fractured.Facade
Originally posted by Fractured.Facade
If you had advance absolute knowledge before Hitler rose to power, would you have killed him?
You cannot ask that question as posed, the premise is flawed.
You assume Absolute Knowledge in the question, but then frame the options within a very narrow human construct - and Absolute Knowledge by definition
cannot be contained within any limiting scope.
How can you be acting on absolute knowledge if you are unsure about the choice of action? To further the distinction, I’ll label what I am
referring to as Truth. The knowledge that you are referring to is limited by definition (its a certain time, place, event), and therefore cannot be
absolute. There is a far, far greater Truth than what you have described in your thread. And if indeed one was blessed to be in the company of
absolute Truth there would be no need for a question to be posed.
I say this to reassure you. It sounds as if you feel very compelled to use the information that you are receiving wisely. I would like to suggest
that these experiences are calling out to you to get your attention, but not necessarily to direct you towards preemptive action or inaction. I would
say they are much more likely to be calling you inwards. Meditate. If you already meditate occasionally, increase your practice, expand your methods
and resources, and find other paths inward.
Your thread mentions that these experiences are growing in intensity, and you are obviously concerned about what to do. In my experience, life
experiences, especially noteworthy ones, are there to nudge us towards growth. When the lesson is important but unrealized, those experiences will
grow in intensity, or others will occur, in greater emphasis until the path towards the lesson is recognized and embraced. You have already described
trying both preemptive action and inaction in your reaction to these experiences, yet they are intensifying. Perhaps they are increasing in intensity
because you are being prompted towards a different approach.
I would point out to you that in the very contemplation of the differences between your premise and what I have suggested may be of help. However you
move forward, I hope you find the peace you are seeking.