What does this phrase mean? Is this a subtle way of by-passing the conscious brain, influencing the unconscious and eventually getting to the truth?
I'm asking this question because I'm studying the book Utilisation des énergies secrètes (utilisation of secret energies) written by Bernard Georges Condé, and one of the 7 key points that must be understood before going further is "Chaque soupçon possède une parcelle de verité" which can be translated as "In every hint there is a grain of truth" or as "in every inkling there is a bit of truth." This seems a difficult point to grasp and I'm asking if anyone could explain.
I think if we just open our eyes and ears we'll see that there is truth in everything and everyone, even in the most subtle of hints...we just have to be open to receiving it ( and if we're not open to it,it could be staring us in the face and we'd never see it and it would just pass us by) :)
answered 18 Jul '11, 18:58
You can look upon it this way.
The hint is an energy interaction.
When your consciousness encounters energy (manifest or un-manifest) depending on your alignment with it you experience an "acknowledgement" of its existence.
If your alignment is subtle, then you describe it as a "hint".
Because, perhaps, your true self is aware of the bigger picture and relationship between your consciousness and this "energy", and that acknowledgement of that relationship between you and this energy translates to your perspective as a certain confidence in this "energy".
This confidence that this energy was "meant for you" is natural in it's sureness, and you allow yourself to align your consciousness more and more in harmony with this "hint" gently letting this "hint" to flower into an inspiration, an idea, an awareness, a thought, a poem, a conversation, a story, a song etc......
Perhaps this is the moment when one begins to venture beyond the impenetrable boundaries of preconception.
Where one dares to listen to the "hints" from within without knee-jerk dismissal.
To venture into an un-substantiated point of reference and to stand within that with confidence.
The "hint" is "truth" because it exists.
Not because it is "True" as we understand Truth.
By our measure of "Truth" the energy that which has been grasped as a "hint" may be completely nonsensical.
However it is real, because it is energy with an expression of motion, or desire towards becoming something.
And because it exists as potential, it is real, and because it is real, its reality or potentiality to be real is its Truth.
And, you, by aligning with it, can volunteer to make it real.
We are more accustomed to picking up the energy foundation (signature) of events, emotions, and objects that already exist and readily identify them to be "real" (because they already exist) and therefore "Truthful"
We don't realize that we interact with the energy signature of un-manifest potential in the same way as we interact with the "already" manifest potential.
This is why we question and doubt things that don't yet exist.
But everything that exists now (man made) didn't exist at some time in the past.
How did it occur to someone when they had no reference point against which they could verify its "Truthfulness" before venturing forth with more energy and intention?
They did it by daring to trust the "hints" that occurred within their mind.
For me it means that you need to pay attention what is around you. Most things we want in our life don't come straight forward, you need to recognize opportunity and be open.
There is this joke (short version) big flood. man is standing on the roof and waiting god to come and save him. boat goes by-he refuses the help, because god is suppose to save him, helicopter goes by-same story etc. he drowns. in the heaven he asks god: i've been good, why didn't you save me. I did sent you a boat, helicopter etc...
answered 20 Jul '11, 20:12
I am still not sure I understand this question but the very definition of a hint is giving a tinny part of what is true.
That is why you say I'll give you a hint in the first place.
Oh yes I see now, yes this is why jokes are funny to many but hurt those that fit the joke.
It is an egotistical judgment against others, so while it may be seen as poking fun at friends, it really causes damage beneath.
well cop looks for hint and find the murderer. so yes they find truths for the person that does not know he would see it and never understand annything. i will give you example: someone does not sleep for over 32 hours and does that often and is always on the party. so can you give me the reason he is always up like that? someone that does not know will never notice it or understand it. i will give you the answer if you don't find it.
answered 18 Jul '11, 23:20
Only what matters to your ego.
answered 22 Jul '11, 18:20
Of course, I can think of many incidents, whereby this has happened example: I get a big kick out of the fact that the weather man says that it is going to Rain, and as it turns out the Sun comes out, and it Rains a day after!
answered 01 Aug '11, 23:27
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