The Truth about Truth. . .Is Belief Enough? Is Science Too Much?
What is truth? Where does it come from? Is there such a thing as absolute truth?
These questions are tackled in this remarkable work. Three Peaks presents a model that shows the pathways we use to create our truth, and describes the unexpected results of pursuing truth to the max.
Truth is our foundation for living. We all accept a great many truths, but we also may wonder how other people can accept truths that are so different from outs. The Three Peaks Model makes sense out of this puzzle by analyzing and ranking the four kinds of truth that we have available.
Does believing something make it true? Surprisingly, the author says 'yes.' But what is belief and how does it work? How can there be so many different beliefs, many contradicting each other? The Three Peaks Model shows us the answers.
Three Peaks shows much of the background and developmental though that the author has refined in his Consciousness Management books.
|Publisher:||Sufi George Books|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.23(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
In his search for truth about reality and consciousness, he read thousands of books, experimented with dozens of "paths," made many personal discoveries, and created a science-based dynamic model of consciousness that explains how reality is created.
He was president of seven high school organizations, a Methodist minister at age 16, a beatnik poet at age 19, finished college as an English major, married, had a son, was a child welfare social worker, led a group for an Indian guru, edited a company magazine, freelanced as a writer-photographer, was a city beat news reporter, edited two trade magazines, owned a print shop, published a trade paper, was a city department administrator, built an ad agency, was a financial planner, created a new religion, built a popular web site, authored fourteen books, was a computer consultant, taught English in Tokyo and Beijing, and built an eBay business.