The subject of 'the secret behind matter' that we have treated in detail
in some of our works has attracted the attention of a wide range of readers
and has been the occasion for them to notice an important truth that they
had never considered before in their lives. This is no new philosophy
or ideology; it is a truth that is within every person whether he wills
it or not; a reality that everyone has experienced; it is easy to understand
and various branches of science have proved it many years ago.
It is possible to summarize this truth is this way: Everything that constitutes
our life is a totality of perceptions received by our soul. The things,
people, places and events that make our world and our lives meaningful
are like a dream; we perceive them only as images in our brain and we
have nothing to do with their truth or reality. If this subject is explained
to a thinking person who will consider it with an open mind and without
prejudice, he will easily and in a short time comprehend this great reality
and adopt it into his own life.
But some readers may have probably been influenced by habits of thought
and prejudices arising from what they have been taught to believe since
childhood as well as from negative suggestions gleaned from the world
around them. With this in mind, we have arranged this book as a kind of
conversation with three enquirers who ask various questions. In this way,
those areas that the participants have difficulty in understanding or
accepting have been explained with actual examples taken from the various
events we encounter in our daily lives. In this way, the readers will
have the opportunity to think about what they have learned and apply it
whether it be at home, at work, at school, in front of the television-
in short, in every aspect of their lives.
This conversation examines some ideas about life which probably come
to the mind of every enquirer: that it is a totality of perceptions put
by God into the human soul; that it is a kind of dream world; that this
life which consists of impressions has a purpose, and provides some answers
to the questions that arise from these ideas.Readers who want to learn
the truth will find here what they want to know about these ideas.
Besides the many who openly and without prejudice approach the truth,
there will also be those who, although they have come to know and understand
it, are unwilling to accept it or avoid the responsibility that learning
this truth will entail. When those who have adopted such a point of view
read this book, they will understand it better how degrading it is for
a sensible person to live in a world based on lies and fantasy by running
away from the truth.
It must not be forgotten that what is beautiful is what is true; therefore,
it makes no sense to fear the truth or run away from it. A renewed life
of ease and contentment takes only some serious open-minded thinking.When
people put forth the effort to learn and understand the truth, instead
of deceiving themselves and running after fantasy, they will experience
the beauty of a real and endless happiness as opposed to the false happiness
of a deceitful world.