Paradigms: The Fundamental Structures to Unification

By Peter Venero in Entrepreneurship

on April 29th, 2020

Personally for the last 8+ years, I have been on my path of actively seeking truth and growth so that I can position myself, my business, and those I wish to bring along with us, to a happy and fulfilled paradigm, which I believe will happen for a number of reasons. 

When I’m not working, I’m usually reading or listening and watching experiences of others, attempting to see through the lenses of others so I can learn from them too. There’s a whole lot of bullshit out there, but there is a whole lot of profound truth as well that spans beyond our own paradigms. I resonate strongly with truth, and I consider myself pretty decent at spotting untruths, but I certainly do not have 100% accuracy.

We are living in the age of information, which brings with it an abundance of accurate information (truth), misinformation (unintentional untruths) and disinformation (intentional untruths), much of which is the result of multiple agendas playing out simultaneously by various groups (religious, political, financial +, from what I see). 

Nature itself shows us that everything on this earth and beyond it are always either growing or decaying. Nothing ever stays the same. Like nature, we’re always either growing or decaying whether its physically, mentally, spiritually, or other. These patterns of growth (or decay) take place within and due to an individual’s *paradigm*. 

From a higher perspective, everyone has a different paradigm due to a number of reasons such as information sources, environment, peers, etc, and these paradigms are constantly intersecting and many times merging. As new information comes to Light, paradigms merge and that’s where unity and enlightenment take place until its next iteration. 

For example, it is said that hindsight is 2020, and here are some cases of information that has come to Light, where previous beliefs held them as untrue:

1. Tobacco companies hid evidence that smoking is deadly.
2. There was a “gaydar” machine developed by the Canadian government. 
3. Playing (American) football can cause brain damage. 
4. The world’s richest and most powerful men have a retreat every year.
5. The U.S. Government employed Nazi scientists after World War II.

Everyone is on their own path of growth and enlightenment, or on their own path of destruction, and I honour everyone’s path regardless of which they choose. Instead of attacking an individual’s paradigm, how about we start with the understanding of the concept of a paradigm first of all, and then take the opportunity with compassion to decide whether we wish to accept another paradigm, whether we agree with it or not. Of course, evidence always helps. 

Wishing everyone much love on your chosen paths and journeys!

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