posted on Jul, 4 2010 @ 10:28 AM
What I am about to say is highly controversial, because philosophers spend hours of study and engage in mental gymnastics in order to prove the exact
opposite of what I am about to say: God is nothing. But this is not to mean how the atheists mean it, but rather, to experience God, one has to
contemplate the idea of nothing.
As you can see, nothing can not be contemplated, it is not-a-thing, there is nothing to contemplate, however, the idea of nothing is the secret to
experiencing the holy state of nirvana, the divine state of bliss, and the philosopher's ontological Soul.
'Nothing' is contains all the qualities of god, except one: creativity. God is immaterial, so is nothing, God is without limits, so is nothing, God
is beyond form, so is nothing. The only thing 'nothing' is missing is the creative power, but this can easily be described as one eternal Self
emanating all other forms such that all forms are lower souls of the higher soul. But that is a different subject, because in trying to achieve
enlightenment, you can not fill your mind with the lower universe, so the creative power, although it is majestic, must be eliminated as well, which
is why the concept of nothing is so perfect.
In your mind, speak the word: nothing, concentrate on it, and then direct your mind towards it. You will experience a heavenly feeling of isolation
and detachment from the body, your mind will be free of all things, and you will experience this bliss within your heart and soul. It is such a
beautiful experience, everyone needs to experience it at least once.
It doesn't cost you anything, all it takes is a little courage and effort.
Philosophers for the longest time have tried to rationalize how God is NOT nothing, by saying things like "The One is beyond all form, but it is not
nothing." They do not want their philosophy to appear nihilistic, by saying the principle of everything is nothing. But it's not nothing, it's the
idea of nothing that transports us psychologically to a higher state of mind.
It is the nirvana of the Buddha, the God of Jesus, and the ontological soul of the Philosophers.
Buddhism comes close to this idea through the concept of 'emptiness' but even then, the -ness of emptiness makes it seem like a 'state of nothing'
rather than simply nothing. Go on step further, and without fear contemplate this nothingness, experience it, and then live to tell about it.