It’s very common in today’s New Age Movement and other spiritual circles to hear people saying things such as –
“I know we disagree but you have your Truth and I have my Truth.”
“We can all say different things because we each have our own Truth.”
“I love the way you speak your Truth.”
“You may not believe that the Archangel Michael visited me last night and activated my chakras but that’s my Truth.”
“If reincarnation is your Truth then maybe you’ll reincarnate; but it isn’t my Truth.”
And so on.
The idea seems to be promulgated and widely accepted that there is no actual Truth, that Truth is something purely subjective and personal, little more than a matter of an individual insisting that what they would like to be true IS true, simply because they wish it so, and that therefore just about everything – no matter how wild, bizarre, disturbing, unphilosophical, or even dangerous and harmful – should be considered as being equally true and tolerated and even celebrated as such.
Can people not see the great danger and ignorance in this? Not only does it give carte blanche authorisation for, and authority to, the most ludicrous and self-destructive psychic delusions and mediumistic hallucinations, but it also shows a shocking – some might say disgraceful – contempt for the concept of Truth itself.