Are God and energy the same as described in the "Law of attraction"?
Yes and no. God is the source of the energy, but the energy is not God. I believe that God makes it possible for the energy to manifest, but he is not directly connected to its manifestation in our lives. Manifestation, or the unfolding of events, is on a lower level of consciousness, our ordinary waking consciousness.
This is not to say that God does not directly intervene in some individuals. Take the mystics, for example. But direct interactions are at a level of realization that supersedes our ordinary consciousness and allows us to share in God-consciousness.
God, energy, spacetime, curved space, dilated time, creation, 0D particles, waves, wave-packets, quantum fluctuations, spirits, souls......yep, they are all the same synonyms.
I subscribe to the suggestion that Owen Waters has stated: The Divine Creator is NOT male or female... but both. The added component of Spirit - ether, zero point energy - is the raw material from which creation is made possible. The male aspect of Creator supplied the word and intent, the Mother component provides the emotional energy, all set in complimentary motion by Spirit.
Regarding your question...no. They are distinct entities which work in tandem in the act of creation. LOA does not require a "god" for it to be effective but it does require ether, the building blocks.
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