Truths and Spheres

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12 Responses

  1. Sfort says:

    Very well researched and thought projected. Limiting our truth to someone else’s perception leaves us without oneness with the source. Thanks for revealing other aspects of God not presented before

  2. Honor says:

    Love this. ❤ that’s all.

  3. Ashley says:

    Beautiful and presented in such and awesome way. I love the diagrams/pictures. 🙂 Thank you for sharing these things.

  4. Jenesse says:

    Oh wow I’m so happy to see this about family relationships. Everything makes sense now.

  5. Dana says:

    Fantastic. Really, fantastic.

  6. Very well done. I would just make one comment about our vision being 2-D. Actually that is only true for one eye. The second eye also has a 2-D vision, but it is not in the same 2-D plane with the first eye. Therefore, with two eyes we get the 3-D perspective.

    • Jeremy says:

      I don’t think I am following you. If I close one eye, I still see the same image. I don’t think 3-D is a matter of two eyes. I think it is a perspective we get because of “time” and light [shadow].

      If you are able, please expound.

  7. Kathy says:

    Jeremy, this makes so much sense to me….I’m not saying I understand it all, but it explains life and people and my path to me. It gives me so much more peace than the fear based institution I came from. Thank you.

    • Jeremy says:

      Thank you Kathy. It gives me so much peace as well. It helps me to be more compassionate, more patient, more sincere, less judgmental, less of an accuser and more of an advocate. This perspective increases my capacity to love.

  1. September 12, 2016

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