What is Translation?

A few days ago, a mass email was sent out about the upcoming online Translation Workshop on August 18 at 11 a.m. Pacific time. It was sent to our usual list of people, many of whom have never taken The Prosperos class called Translation.

I apologize if this was confusing to some of you.  So I thought I’d try to give you a taste of what Translation is.  Translation is a class developed by Thane of Hawaii (co-founder of The Prosperos) back in 1956 or so.  Translation uses syllogistic reasoning (major premise, minor premise, and conclusion) and the abstract meaning of words to Translate apparent reality back into Universal Truth.

Heather Williams, H.W., M., approaches it in an interesting way.  Translating from English to French, she says, could be considered a horizontal translation, from one language to another.  But Translation as we teach it in The Prosperos, is a vertical Translation.  We are Translating words (in the form of sense testimonies which are inherently limited and possibly even unwell) into their elders which are always abstract, complete, indivisible and whole.

We are Translating apparent facts into Truth.   And what is Truth?you ask.  Well, Truth is that which is so.  That which is not Truth is not so.  Therefore Truth is all there is.

That’s a pretty good start and that is, in fact, how we start each and every Translation.  It’s the major premise of the first step of a Translation.  And it’s the foundation on which the entire Translation rests.

The rest is up to you.

Translation is a class which is given frequently, sometimes live and sometimes online.  Watch this space for further information.

–Mike Zonta, H.W., M., editor of the Bathtub Bulletin

And now a few words from Ben Gilberti, H.W., M., who will be instructing the Translation workshop on August 18:

Consistent Translation results in the elevation of the quality of the flow of one’s life as it moves more in alignment and harmony with attributes of Truth newly revealed.  

Your life feels like it’s becoming symphonic. Extraordinary coincidences chime perfectly in place. Every encounter is the perfect encounter and ripe with the most extraordinary of all opportunities: The opportunity to Translate yet another mass-consciousness belief, and as a consequence reveal attributes of Truth that were previously concealed. As you flow into being one note in the divine symphony, you find yourself feeling more intimate with the whole symphony.  

Your life becomes the great adventure of discovering the limitlessness of Truth.  Any appearance, great or small, is another opportunity to discover yet even more of Truth’s limitlessness. 

–Ben Gilberti, H.W., M.

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