No absolute universal truths

QUESTION: Masters, what is the story about no universal absolute truth? Say for example a person believes in a certain religion, certain product, food, diet, supplement, or regime, and if beliefs are the foundation of any true truth for the actual person it seems contradictory. If one believed in chemotherapy to cure one’s ailment yet still passed on with no improvement, then this theory could be challenged.  So I ask, what is the real truth and is there never one truth to the absolute solution? It seems it is all in the eyes of the believer as you start in the mind and it tells the body/cells, etc. to follow suit. Then, swallowing a caustic agent when you thought it to be therapeutic would not be…so where do you draw the line in truth, absolute truth? How do you explain this for the believers co-creating of reality and proven scientific results?   ~Jen, Canada

ANSWER: First, while you present an interesting scenario it contains way too many variables. A truth, within the human psyche, is something that souls accept as applying to them at that moment in time. It is relevant to them alone since they set the parameters of desires, needs, experience, and lessons. For a single lifetime the truths for the soul may change a number of times. In first grade, your truth is that you cannot do algebra; in 10th grade, that you cannot do calculus; and in 12th grade, that you are not a licensed physician.

Are you seeing that the pattern has a lot to do with experience as well as beliefs? It is also Earth ego determinant, in other words it has everything to do with judgment of what is right and wrong. In the spiritual non-physical world there is no right and wrong, so there are no absolutes. A physical “absolute” as part of its definition is free from imperfections and variables, having no restrictions, exceptions, or qualifications.

A soul that knows its nature is an extremely powerful energy and can create whatever it needs to experience. If souls came to Earth to experience cancer and to succumb to it, no amount of chemotherapy or anything else is going to cure it. If a soul did not plan to have death by poison, then consuming a poison might sicken it, but will not kill the body. If people’s faith is strong enough and it is part of their journey, even caustic substances will have no effect.

The universe has no truths because it has no judgment declaring that only one thing is correct. Since each soul is on its own unique journey, we say there are no absolutes controlling factors within that life. The closest we can come to a certain fact, which some may say is absolute, is that all souls are a part of Source coming from unconditional love, and to that love they shall eventually return.