What is YOUR idea or conceptualization of God, the Ultimate, or True Consciousness?
Well, here it goes. After reading the discussion on the question "Is your intuition right about God, and I do have other thoughts on this question, but I was thinking about some of their answers there and came up with this conclusion: "You" can't be right about God spiritually because in order to know God one has to experience it alone by receiving a higher power.
God has a body. He is a man. An all powerful, all knowing, almighty man, but he is a man. He loves all of us. He sent his son, Jesus Christ to die for our sins and show us a perfect example.
My entire life growing up I have always felt a presence around me, giving me guidance, prophetic dreams that came true or reassurance that things will be alright. I have always believed that there was something more out there higher than ourselves and definitely connected to all of us.
I do not believe there is a God like the Bible describes but there is a source or energy of everything, consciousness of everything that connects all of mankind. I also believe in multidimensional planes and the source of Love which allows us to have different experiences in life. I had 3 dreams where I was told "I am you, you are me, we are one". So mankind is the physical expression of source/God/Universe which is eternal energy or spirit that has manifested itself on this 3dimensional plane.
In simpler terms God is Conscious Energy
That's just my opinion or experience I should say..
God is the invisible lifeforce that is in the body and runs throughout everything. It is pure unlimited power without concepts. To place a concept on God would only limit that which is infinite. This power is even beyond the concept we call "God". It is beyond the scope of human thinking and comprehension.
Humans tend to try to put human attributes on the Creator. This cannot be done. No one has ever seen a God or heard its voice (other than through the subconscious thought process - and even at that we are taking the word of some human being as truth). And no man can ever interpret the intentions of the creative processes that brought mankind into existence.
If a "God" (a single entity) even exists, that God cannot be petty enough to judge humans for human frailties. Nor, that any God, as depicted in any religious books, could have the slightest desire, or need, for exaltation, or self worship. If that be true then that 'entity' cannot be 'God' at all.
So, logic would dictate that mankind is the product of some creative force beyond the understanding of the simple minds of man.
A spirit that "creates" (brings about by evolutionary processes) a temporary transient ''physical" world could not possibly have any vested interest in punishing the spirit that temporarily dwells in the host bodies on this, or any other planet in the universe.
Every person will believe what they were 'taught' to believe without any logical rhyme or reason. And that is OK, but it is only OK for that individual who has no 'god given' capacity to forcing those beliefs onto others.
The only logic that we can accept as truth, is that there is a universal Oneness that we are ALL part of; and any portion of that Oneness cannot be "created", "punished", or "destroyed".
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