posted on Jul, 29 2010 @ 02:56 AM
First you'd have to define God. Then you'd have to define or underline 'everything', then you'd have to underline what it is that connects
'you' with 'god' and what an illusion really is that makes the divine or 'us' serperate....... After this, the process continues into physics,
where either you or I would have to explain what 'solid' or 'matter' is and then it's composition, for example energy, and the relation to how it
seems solid, although it is a concept which no one can truly define.
I could say 'the divine spirit is energy and therefore not solid', although we are energy, but we cannot possibly say what 'matter' actually IS,
just what it does and how it 'appears' as a probability from our imaginition, where the whole science actually takes reign - inside an imagination,
however, we cannot measure what is outside these paremetres if paremetres truly exist.
But if something is everything, it is a whole and its parts, then it cannot be observed..... If I was on the ground looking up at a tall building I
can only guess what is at the top..... I wrote an 8 page summary on it actually but its too long for here, but basically describes that the divine
union with god that is pure sight, clear of human knowledge, free of perception is actually the 'drifitng', ever-lasting, eternal energy that is
akin to death itself, as the 'non-thing' or 'pure' nothingness, rather than a collective dream, nothingness as is physical death but a place
outside of all these things entirely.... The thing we 'fear' the most as human beings is actually a direct communcation with god, but it seems to
ludicrious to point out the whole anology of 'its in the last place you left it'.
I do not believe we would change if we found out, if at all possible - that 'god' is everything. The trouble is the mind tends to drift back to the
notion, unwillingly or not - that 'god' is like an entity that although permeates through all things is a singular. However I think that it goes
beyond that to a place where true and pure nothingness 'exists' because 'existence' cannot be observed directly as it IS what it IS therefore
there is no comparison..... I believe that a structural "reality", web, or veil, can be like a dream that feeds itself but is actually the pure form
of energy where there is nothing to be observed at all - as there is no perception. Therefore this is God, but to us he technically does "not"
exist, although some people might need to alter their mindset.
It's not a competition however (sorry if this gets too long but i think its important to put I hope you dont mind me saying), I dont think that. I
just believe that the prescribed All One thing, although makes perfect sense I feel instinctually there is something else going on here and I am
hoping this is in context.
If God is everything - I would say true. But not in the way you or I think. I am just throwing out a bunch of my own subjectivities, but I guess its