In human anatomy? Ido not know I think god is inside all of us but in body I am not sure
Yes there is God. He or It is not only up there, but every where, and the scary thing is that you are a microcosm of Him or It. Just like your image on your mirror.
No. In my life I have figured there is no chance that any super natural being is watching over me.
A god is a human concept and as such there are many things that have been deified over the millenia of human history, from the sun and moon to animals and volcanoes. Eventually anthropomorphic gods (gods that look somewhat human) won out in popularity.
If there is some being out there we human beings would identify with a deity it has yet to reveal itself or whether the sky is its residence.
Personally I doubt the existence of any god. That isn't to say there aren't super-intelligent or powerful beings somewhere in the cosmos, after all its massive so I can't pretend to know, but whether we'd call it a god and whether it has any correlation to a deity worshiped in mankind's history is highly doubtful.
There is a power everywhere. You may call by whatever name you choose. The names may differ, but the reality of the power cannot be denied. Particularly the lifeforce itself which has been called God by many.
If by "up," you mean "in the sky," then "no," not merely there in the sky. But the sky is a big place with billions of galaxies. God is outside of space-time. He created it all. This is His universe. We are His children. These human bodies are our temporary vessels.
God is also within us. Not in the body, per se, but within us spiritually. And yet, He is in everything, for a piece of the artist is in every work of art he produces.
God shows Himself to those who sincerely seek Him. He has no Ego to feed. He has a mission and that mission is to convert all of us into altruistic and loving beings just like Him. We are reaching a climax in this mission. The period of climax started with the rebirth of modern Israel (1948) and with the public release of the wisdom of Kabbalah (1995).
If you're ready to know more about God and your true relationship to Him, and to find out what the Kabbalists actually wrote in the Bible, you might want to start with the video that started me on my own journey:
God is not just up there, but everywhere. The name YHWH in the Bible is a the description of an omnipresence God who is unseen. He created everything that is seen and unseen. The theoretical concept of multi-dimensions wrapped up in our own does the best to show the existence of God and heaven along with the demonic and angelic beings in these higher dimensions. The theoretical concept of the big bang is another great theory that shows that there was indeed a beginning and something that kick started the process. Stephen Hawking calculated the singularity of the big bang to be outside our space-time dimension as well as being of infinite energy and mass and that is a perfect reference to the biblical description of God.
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