Re: True and false wisdom / David R. Hawkins I am astonished that noone here (I only found a very rare number of posters when I did a research) seems to know David R. Hawkins, one of his books is entitled "Truth versus Falsehood". So, in his books, you might find a lot of information about right or wrong teachings. (I found that my intuition is quite accurate, more than I could have thought before, that has strengthened my path a lot!) some excerpts, taken from this site: SpiritualWiki - ZitateBuch4 ---------------------- As it is a German website, "page"="p." is abbreviated "S.". See also: Veritas Publishing David R. Hawkins revealed the truth in Christianity, Hinduism and Buddhism, (etc), and the falsehood of certain interpretation of these. Also, he insists as many teachings do, on the difference of "knowing about" and "knowing". You may know a lot about God, but what do you really "know"? The first thing we might want to seek is experiences to tell us, what is it about, where is our path. As I see it, the spiritual path may take three forms, none is better than the other, each complements the others, and there may be times in our life where the one or the other is more important. These are: the path of knowledge (through more or less direct experiences), of service (work) and of devotion. All three have been elaborated in Hinduism, and partially in other teachings.