“Everything is Dual; everything has poles; everything has its pair of opposites; like and unlike are the same; opposites are identical in nature but different in degree; extremes meet; all truths are but half-truths; all paradoxes may be reconciled.”The Kybalion (The Principle of Polarity)
Have you ever listened to an intense intellectual debate and realize that both sides are making valid points? Then realized that both sides could be right? Well it’s because while we occupy a multi-dimensional universe both realities could exist at the same time. So trying to win a debate one way or the other is pretty much a waste of time. The only debate you should be having is with yourself, and not the outside world.
Let’s break this down. Think of a time you bought a new shirt, did you notice after you bought it that you started seeing people wear that exact same shirt, everywhere? What about your new car? Or maybe your new favorite song? That’s because your personal frequency is now tuned in to that new shirt, car or song so wherever you go you automatically see things that align with your frequency. Everything else becomes becomes background noise (irrelevant information).
This is how debates can go on forever and ever with no substantial conclusion. One person is tuned into a specific frequency, while the other person in the debate is tuned into another. Both sides will only express, recognize, or acknowledge information that aligns with their personal frequency.
So if I say an orange is the best fruit in the universe and you say an apple is the best fruit in the universe both of our minds will conjure up endless points to prove why we are right. But who’s right? We both are.
Our beliefs (depending on the intensity) literally congregate atoms and energy together in a way that aligns with our mental projections, or frequency, then they eventually manifest themselves and become “real”. In my universe the orange becomes the best fruit in the universe. In your universe the apple becomes the best fruit in the universe. Both realties of our personal universe exist within the collective universe, making us both right at the same time.
What’s the moral of the story?
Rather than trying to convince people of how right you are or convert people to your way of thinking try to surround yourself with people who are already on your frequency. Meaning if you’re striving to be the best basketball player in the world, you probably want to be around other athletes striving for a similar achievement. Hanging around lazy people will be counter-productive to your frequency. If you’re a reader you’d probably benefit more hanging around other people who read a lot. You’re wasting your time trying convince all the non-readers why books are important, just find people who find value in reading. It’s not about being around people that think the same, it’s about recognizing what frequency other people are on and acting accordingly.
Also, this understanding should encourage you to be more confident in your unique perspective of things. Everyone is NOT going to see things the way you see it. Everyone is NOT going to agree with you. You see things the way you see them, and it is what it is. Depending on confirmation or validation from other people will only slow down or deter your own evolution.
Once again, the only debate you should be having is with yourself.