Seeing may constitute the basis for belief, but it is a poor foundation for truth, unless it is seeing with the heart and not with merely physical eyes. As an apparatus for discernment, the physical eyes are subject to anomalous input, distortion, and prejudice based on the input they have translated into belief. Truth is not bound by belief, although it can appear to individuals through personal belief as through a lens. Neither can truth be distorted, though it can be expressed according to certain parameters of belief that can give it the appearance of distortion. The truth is in itself complete, but appears incomplete in the limited sensory apparatus which most people rely upon for their particular understanding of it. What usually passes for truth is, in fact, merely an approximation thereof. Agreement can be achieved through consensus, and in this way open the way for greater understanding — yet, again, this is merely an approximation. In order for truth to be understood, there comes a point at which reliance on the physical senses must give way to the more reliable apparatus of the heart, the antenna beyond language and thought. Within the structure of your body’s energetic patternings is the code for harmonic resonance. You have the experience of harmonic resonance when you are confronted with truth. The greater the truth, the greater the resonance. If belief creates an anomalous structure of energetic patternings programmed in such a way that it flows counter to the patternings of harmonic resonance of truth, the experience of truth can be less than harmonious until the patternings of subjective belief are restructured in accord with the greater structure of truth. Neither seeing factual evidence of truth nor hearing about it second-hand has the power of the presence of truth, and until that is experienced, truth remains an unrealized ideal.