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Universal Paradigm

The Universal Paradigm is a New Age approach to life where many popular religions and philosophies are surveyed and the Common Elements are discovered and brought together in a unified whole which forms the foundation of an enlightened person's belief system.

The Common Elements are not debated or disputed by the advocates of the religions or philosophies. As an example, one can go to the most primitive tribes of the world and survey them and find that the concept of greater than or moreness is universal. One can lay 5 stones on the ground in one pile and 8 stones in another pile and 100% of the people will agree that the pile with 8 stones is larger, greater than, etc. There is no debate. There is a Universal Truth that emerges.

Truth and Trust go hand in hand. As Truth emerges, Trust can grow. With the Universal Paradigm there can be no debate about the Truth, it is common and there is only one Truth. Trust can grow to an almost infinite level between people, when they share and agree on a large base of common Truth. Love is that almost infinite Trust.

See also: Theosophy

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