posted on Nov, 1 2008 @ 04:04 PM
Originally posted by Mr Green
Originally posted by L.I.B.
It is the experience of the God within joining with the All (that is God).
It is the knowing that God is within.
It is the absolute knowing that we are all ONE based on experiencing it rather than accepting that ideal intellectually.
It is a profound and deep experience.
L.I.B this is one of the best explanations Ive ever seen for what is a very difficult experience to put into words. I myself try to stay away from
using the word God as I feel over the many thousands of years its use has lessened its meaning. That does not mean I dont use the word, I just think
it should be used only when required. Your use of it however is fitting.
I think I may understand your reluctance to use the word God. Out of curiosity could you tell me the definition of God that would be full? LOL, maybe
it would be easier to explain to me how the usage of the word God has lost it's meaning.
We are however NOT Gods ...
I too believe that there is only one. Yet, at the same time, when a person is in complete union with this Source and no difference can be discerned,
would they be correct in that moment to say: I am God when there is only one I at that moment?
...by awakening the kundalini we just become connected to the inner being of the creator and its universal energies. These energies flow within
us all, it is our born right to feel and experience them and by doing so we feel just a little of how massive the creators life force is. However as
you say it is very important only to experience them when our spirit is ready, or just as happened to me and the OP we can get into difficulties
Well, it certainly surprised me too. Took me better than a year to incorporate (intellectually) all that I was made aware of in that one moment of
flashing brilliance, and I still don't know anything!
Anyway, it sure explained to me why "no one has seen God and lived." The person before that moment no longer lives, but a new person (in the same