Our concept of truth doesn’t only determinate our understanding of the world and self but also the way we live; it’s therefore important that our insights about truth are valid. These days truth is a matter of reference points; all seemingly depends on the way how and from where we look to things, as if a dog becomes a chair because we look to it upside-down. In such a worldview the unchangeable becomes changeable.
This brings us to the questionable question Pilate asked to the questionable Christ:
“What is truth?”
All right, we hear you thinking: “many people have tried to answer those questions before us, however, none of them brought us closer to the truth, besides that they had all one thing in common, they were certainly all of higher standing than we’re”.
Well, we have to give you credit for this, but be aware that true knowledge has nothing to do with being of high standing or being smart since all these things are meaningless if we don’t understand how to observe Nature – history is clear on this one.
Obviously, determining what is true and what is right is not always so straightforward because there are different kinds of truths out there, such as: conditional truths (e.g. if A than B, water evaporates when warm), dependable truths (e.g. the wall will hold for as long I support it); temporally truths (the bird flies), subjective truths (e.g. the flower is nice)…situational truths (e.g. apples are green), and so, we cannot always extract or deduce the truth potential of any proposition what so ever.
It’s therefore not our scope to define you what truth in general is, however, there are universal truths out there that by good use of our commonsense and other investigational tools can always be extracted, deduced and agreed upon by each and all of us because they deal with the essence of Nature itself hence become self-evident when properly understood. These truths are what we call “absolutes”.
Evidently, it’s not because absolutes are factual that we’ll all agree with them, (the same holds true for any truth), yet, the reason of their denial is in most of the cases rather obscure – e.g. did tobacco companies not campaign for decades that smoking was healthy and are mobile phone companies not assuring us of the fact that exposing ourselves to phone radiations doesn’t increases the risks of brain-cancer?
Leaving this aside let us focus on our next question.
How can we deduce and investigate absolutes?
The renaissance man ‘Leonardo da Vinci’ took observation of the perceptible as the structural basis for life comprehension as a whole. Starting from men as central object he tried to find the deeper underlying relations that encircle us. Leonardo realized later on that every methodology that starts from object without more would and could never lead to true insights since the universe is much more than a collection of matter-particles coagulating together forming all wonders of bliss.
In other words, if mankind tries to comprehend physical reality without insights in the underlying relations, and exclusively on the basis of deduction, rationalism, causality, empiricism, induction, sensorial perceptibility (positivism), or a cocktail of this all, than we might be certain that most of our insights and conclusions that follow here from, apart from the fact that some in more or inferior degree partially result in workable solutions, will mostly be a fictitious picture of the factual world.
Also inspiration in itself is of little meaning since it doesn’t necessarily has to take into account the further underlying aim(s) neither the determinative relations where Nature is subject to. Indeed, Sir Isaac Newton, to formulate his so called universal law of gravity found, according to folklore, his inspiration in an apple and was able on the basis of empirical facts (Keppler), induction techniques (apple – all celestials) and blindly believes in conclusions of others (in particular Galileo’s concept of inertia) to write down by means of inductive techniques a useful mathematical relation; yet, his understanding of the cause of gravity remained blank.
Although Newtonian physics allowed us to make incredible progress in the fields of optics, mechanics and astronomy, which led to a multiplicity of technical and industrial applications, we’re still smog wanderers in our understanding of the roots of gravity, nuclear forces, electricity, love, polarity, light, life, consciousness, etc.
The fact is that we don’t have to know much about our essence and being nor of the underlying work principles upon which the universe is built to do Newtonian physics, and so, the idea falsely persist that reductionism is the key mean to unravel fundamental Nature.
Evidently, Godinci doesn’t by far profess that philosophy, mathematics, empiricism, inspiration, etc., are worthless tools. What we say is that they have to restrict themselves to that what they’re able of doing; if we ignore this fact and attribute to much power to a certain investigational tool (let’s say mathematics) while investigating the underlying principles of Nature than trouble is lurking around.
Leonardo Da Vinci was not so much after the deeper underlying principles of Nature (all has its time) but focused rather his attention on understanding the observable mechanisms of Nature through his toolbox of common sense, experimentation and other helpful relational tools which allowed him, as no one else of his time, to analyze and reproduce observable Nature to our advance.
However, science can only do what her tools allow her to do, and so, if we want to deduce and understand the underlying principles of Nature than a more refined toolbox is required to do the job.
Godinci has therefore developed a new methodology we came to call ‘Godincilogy’ that will not only allow you by means of the observable to come to coinciding insights of the unobservable and differentiate with relative ease absolutes from crap but above all in addition to that what Leonardo Da Vinci as a master interpreter, inventor, and reproducer of visible Nature was able of doing will enable us, each in proportion to your mental containing capacity and skills, become the second generation ‘Leonardo Da Vinci’ by producing wonders of bliss that facilitates the principles of harmonation and maximizes our becoming towards our cosmic purpose.
Unleashing ourselves from our shadows of ego