Introduction We are all exposed, on a daily basis, to the enemies of truth. If you wish to stand up for truth by responding to disinformation (information specifically intended to mislead) or to inaccurate information of any sort, here are some considerations. Set an Objective Catilin Johnstone provides absolute clarity in this statement: If our
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For Truth-Tellers: Introduction & Overview
Welcome Are you speaking out about corruption? Divulging a dark secret to prevent future harm? Sharing knowledge from an unconventional field in order to empower others? Thank you, deeply. Your path isn’t easy, and you’re appreciated. Bird’s Eye View offers free resources for truth-tellers. People who may find support here include: Whistleblowers Survivors of abuse
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An Issue & Obstacle to Truth-Telling and Truth-Seeking: Unresolved Trauma
Why It Matters The subject of trauma is a powerful and deep topic that may seem outside your scope as a researcher or whistleblower. But due to the prevalence of trauma and the likelihood that your message is re-traumatizing to some, it bears consideration. Of primary importance is the following assertion that you can test
The Truth-Teller’s Handbook: Individual Issues / Collective Burdens+ Strategies to Overcome Them
When you’re trying to share a truth that is potentially disturbing, complex, or previously hidden, there a number of things that can get in the way of a person hearing what you are saying, and productively processing the information. From information overload to entrenched belief systems and learned helplessness, these are powerful issues. Review them here and consider how you can seek to address them.
The Truth-Teller’s Handbook: Identifying Your Sphere of Influence & Acknowledging Your Audience
Consider Your Sphere of Influence You’re awake. So why haven’t you walked off into the sunset? I doubt there are many people who become free in the true sense of the word and then decide to abandon the rest of humanity, leaving them to fend for themselves. At some point after awakening to deep Truths,
The Truth-Teller’s Handbook: Build A Bridge of Understanding – Help Your Audience to Make Meaning
Seek to Be Understood It’s a hassle to share difficult truths. You’re not only trying to make your voice heard in a strange and cluttered sea of untruths, you’re discussing difficult subjects that cause resistance. Surely that’s the challenge of a lifetime. But the difficulties don’t stop there. Sharing information is not the same as
The Truth-Teller’s Handbook: Setting Priorities & Boundaries
Defining Your Purpose Please remind yourself: Why am I sharing this information? You may be sharing an experience that happened to you or publishing the result of careful research. Perhaps you’re seeking particular remedies or action, or maybe you are simply sharing. More specifically, your purpose may be be to: Be in the public eye