Truth/Reality is constant, perception is Relative
Some say that reality is only in the head as we believe it to be but there is no proof whatsoever of this. Why? No one has even percieved EVERYTHING in its ENTIRETY. Except God. Many say reality is as we make it simply because reality appears to change as our perception changes. If we changed our perception back it would change back. This can be simply explained that we are only focusing on one part at a time and not the whole. Look at anything. Close one eye. Switch to the other eye. Your vision/perception shifted about an inch, it changed...but did reality change? I would say no, emphatically! WE change, and in doing so OUR perceptions change making EVERYTHING around us seem to change. Ever been in love, drugged or otherwise in an altered state of mind? Everything may seem magical or terrifying but it is the same when you are not. I would say that when 'reality' changes it is our perception or as 'some would say' our illusion/reflected image of reality that changes. Same for truth and JordanD's ideas.
That said, I would like to address some who say religions dont agree with this or are 'fear cults', like roorik did earlier.
I am a very strongly believing and PRACTICING muslim. I do not believe most if any of this spirit science so far is in ANY WAY contradictory to the Koran, our holy book.
Any who think otherwise, read it. It is very allegorical, requires thinking to understand and there is almost NEVER one meaning. Actually in many verses more than one meaning is meant at the SAME time and is also in context of a particular type of situation. Muslim scholars and others who try to pin down and give hard-line rules or dates from the Koran often do so by taking ideas from their own personal customs and by taking the Koran literally, by only one meaning or by forcing their ideas or assumptions onto their reading of the Koran.
A couple point quotes from Roorik:
'And about people beliving it cuz its just being said over and over:
A) the same can be said about all religons,
B) this is the first i've ever heard of this and i belive a good over half of it cuz it MAKES SENCE...'
Honestly, every theory(religious or scientific) ever made is repearted over and over like in a cult. Just go to any school for proof.
As far as making sense, sense can only be had with proof or a detailed explanation. This is what our spirit science flash video man JordanD is trying to provide. Faith is a part of religion, yes, but investigate it. There are truths there that many find. As far as proofs go there are many that are referred to in the Koran and hadeeth that told to be used as such. Many of which can only now or way after the Korans writing be proven. Look it up on utube and elsewhere. From fecundating winds to fetal growth stages to Earth's actual land mass ratios to actual mathematical consistencies between the number of words, meanings and the actual stages of our universe's development. In actuality all the pie ratios, DNA of life, the golden mean and other mathematical proofs that JordanD mentions ARE represented in the Koran in these ways I just mentioned and more. Actually, all the mathematical and even theoretical evidence can actually jive with the Koran and even help prove JordanD's ideas (hint, hint).
Believe it, anyone who says otherwise is reading the Koran with a preconcieved notion of reality and trying to find evidence to only prove what they want it to.
Another quote that got my goat...(hmm that rhymes, ;') ) is...
'Religon is nothing more then a cult run by fear.'.
This could be said about every system, government or any rule of any individual or group throughout known life. Wars have been fought for nationalism, money, power, prestige, women, revenge and many others besides religion.
Islam/muslim actual fits well with JordanD's idea of unity consciousness as they mean unity and are based on love, not fear.
Like spirit science an open mind is needed for religion, science or any learning in my opinion. A truly closed mind will not except any of these let alone any learning by definition.