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In this eye-opening presentation, Dr. Hawkins discusses the difference between relativism and reality. Relativism claims that perception is reality, whereas reality discerns the essence of something (or an idea) from its appearance. Dr. Hawkins points out that what you think about, value, or how you label something is irrelevant. This revealing talk invites you to remain with the essence of things, and not with perception or individual viewpoint. Dr. Hawkins encourages you to ask to see the miracle, to go beyond perception and experience Truth. The talk concludes with a dynamic question-and-answer session.

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  • Sausalito Sally
  • 03-04-16

Another invaluable talk by Doc

Dr. Hawkins covered relativism per se and its increasing appearance in media, government, academia, etc.
Q and A was profoundly helpful to me. Covered a wide range of students and their needs.
Recommend to ALL spiritual students.

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