Insight: Belief Management Mini-Course
Things that we say are true about one level of existence may not be true at another level of existence. Things that we view as true from one perspective may not be true from another perspective. Most disagreements and conflicts, particularly in religion, philosophy, and psychology, are due not so much to what is viewed as to a mismatch of viewing levels or perspectives.
Practices and procedures that transform lives at one level of existence may be unworkable or have no effect at another level of existence.
Knowing the frame of reference of the observer is essential to evaluating the truth of an observation.