The Perennial Truth is such a branch. An unchanging truth that will allow you to grasp who you are, and what life is so that you can rise above its vacillating forces, beyond the wheels of time. I cannot show you the truth of the present moment, for it is transient, but I can reveal the truth that doesn’t change, The Perennial Truth. By applying its higher context to your life experience, you can develop an understanding of the truth of the moment for yourself.

The Perennial Truth serves as a codex that reveals the perfection of what is to your perception and logic, and why everything is exactly as it should be. It fosters an appreciation for the grand fairness of it all, enabling an appreciation of its beauty in your heart. It reveals that you are the architect of your destiny and that you are continuously shaping your future through the present. It also shows how all of creation can be transcended, that you are in fact the light that brings consciousness to life.

Perennial Truth means “enduring truth,” the truth that is always the same regardless of the season or your level of being. Truth that changes along with time is conditional. The Perennial Truth unites the polarities of creation, like love and hate, as one, lifting them beyond the duality of passion into dispassion. In six thousand years’ time, when we enter the Golden Era of the Great Year Cycle, we will all be able to perceive this truth that is beyond creation without effort. During the previous Age of Gemini (6000 BC), a descending Silver Age, this perennial body of knowledge and its techniques was known as tantra (an ancient system of knowledge) taught by a sage named Sadha Siva. (This is not the same teaching as the tantra (techniques) adopted and assimilated into Buddhism and Hinduism during later millennia, and you will find no reference in this book to the tantra doctrine of these two religions.)

Truth, by its very nature, cannot remain hidden. It rises with the dawning sun, accompanying the daily reality of what is, visible for all that have eyes to see and ears to hear. But the truth that relates to the now is ever- changing. What is true for the day is not so for the night. Each of the seasons, too, has its truth. The same applies to the truth—that is, the doctrines—of religions, which change every time we enter a new mental age, every two thousand years.

The Perennial Truth (TPT) is the truth that doesn’t change. It gives you something to hold onto while you explore the ever-changing currents of life. Like the soul, The Perennial Truth comes from a realm that is beyond creation. It allows one to view life from a higher context, like a picture of the completed puzzle on the box of life. Each of us interprets life and its events according to our personal level of understanding. The questions we ask, causal patterns we discern, connections we make, and facts we assume leads us to infer and come to conclusions that are personal to us, and therefore subjective.

The truth could be right in front of you, but your level of understanding may not allow you to grasp it. As a result, some of us understand life better than others. Understanding can be equated to intelligence, and can easily be measured by means of an IQ test.

The Perennial Truth can help you to elevate and mature your level of understanding. But this will require that you to set aside what you think you know, or what you believe, so that something new can enter you. It is important to realize that knowledge only becomes understanding when you apply it to your own life.

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