For Truth seekers, from Kryon,something to focus on:
For those who demand there only be one truth, I’ll give you one. Indeed there is a generic truth, a core truth, and it is this – that at the center of every atom in this Universe of yours, you will find the love of God in a personal way. That’s the core energy. That’s the truth. But you might say, “Well, how sweet!” And I will say, oh no, I’m not talking about sweet. I’m talking about physics. There is an energy at the core of every atom that makes things work, and when you remove the energy of God, it all collapses. You might say it’s the space between the electron haze and the nucleus of the atom that keeps things moving and separated. It represents more than you’ll ever measure, more than you’ll know. It’s basic physics and it’s the love of God. That’s the core truth, and scientists are on the verge of realizing it. They will call it something else, but there will be the realization of an intelligent force keeping things running.
Here is the definition of truth: It is when a Human Being marries his heart to the passion of God and creates discovery. It is an acknowledgment of a personal search, if you wish, without knowing anything more. It is a willingness, with free choice, to find out about God inside. That’s truth. So, therefore, you have multiple truths as you go around the room from multiple Human Beings. But again, a Human doesn’t necessarily like that. You say, “There must be one truth, one doctrine, one building.” And we say, “How 3D of you!” The linearity of your existence has been placed on God and you have decided to make a 3D God! This then matches your Human experience. Don’t you see how limiting this is? It is the cartoon character coming to life, stepping off the 2D page and meeting a Human. But he screams in confusion and frustration, seeing 3D for the first time. He can’t cope with it and doesn’t understand it… for it doesn’t make any sense. Therefore, he returns to his domain on his page and draws Humans in 2D so he can make sense of it all. You are then rendered as a 2D drawing due to the limitations of the observer.