What is your religion?
Christian, but not typical. In fact, I really did not get my beliefs from the bible or Christianity. I had an odd vision and then was feed information with synchronicity. I just recognized what I learned in the teachings of Jesus. I do not believe in an eternal hell, but I do believe you can go to hell as a way of learning. Overall I follow the teachings of Jesus and his philosophy. I recognize god inside me, and how my consciousness is merely an extension of god. The return of Christ is in the consciousness.
How did you develop these beliefs?
Logic and philosophy. I was raised christian but didn't really believe. Because we were taught to worship image and it was right because the bible said it was right. It wasn't until I understood the philosophy separately that it made sense to me.
How have they impacted your life?
Not really to be honest. Life changed my life overtime, and my experiences in life have changed me, but that is also what lead me to understanding.
How much do your spiritual beliefs impact your decisions?
Well I came to my beliefs logically, so I guess I'd say 100%. But again, it's just not because some preacher told me to. I don't hate gay people, don't think they are going to hell etc.
What do you think of people with differing opinions?
People mostly just disagree with images. I find the same philosophies world wide. I don't think the image is important at all. What is important is understanding and following the philosophies/path. It is those who argue and fight over image who war with each other. Each side also plays the bad guy for the other side and a bad game of duality.
Have you ever questioned your Faith, if so, tell the story of how and why
Questions are how I got my faith. Seek and ye shall find. The only way to seek is to ask questions.
Have you ever had a different belief, if so, tell the story of how and why it changed
What do you think of life after death?
Consciousness is eternal. Death is not real, and by extension neither is life.
If there is something that could make you change you belief, what is it?
Sure, what I don't know. It would take logic and understanding. For example, you could outright prove the entire story of jesus is a lie and it wouldn't bother me. Because I know the philosophy is true.