posted on Nov, 30 2012 @ 09:51 PM
reply to post by adjensen
I'm sorry that this concept is so difficult for you grasp. Let me back up a little.
I see GOD as a universal spiritual consciousness. Everything that exist is an expression of this universal GOD consciousness, that is created in the
image of its immutable, ever changing essence. Existence in a continuous dance of the spiritual "GOD" consciousness in rhythm with the body of its
We are also spiritual beings, that belong to the body of the universal spiritual consciousness that is GOD. Our bodies are our personal franchise of
consciousness from which we peer out to observe and experience this dimension of co-created reality.
We are not our bodies. Our bodies temporary, corporal vehicles for our spiritual essence to enjoy and experience the body and soul of GOD.
This is my belief.
I am sincerely confused by your explanations of the person of the Old Testament and of the person called Jesus as being the totality of the essence of
GOD, at a pin point reality of a certain place and time, within his own creation, but is not a part of his creation. And then, after all this bluster
and show, blood and sacrifice, we are left arguing among ourselves, looking back at a wake of genocide in the name of these gods, and a future of
promised destruction, judgment, wrath and hell, for those that don't believe the story.
I find it much more likely that there exists a spiritual hierarchy, of which those and other entities, such as angels, serve as teachers, leaders or
missionaries to aid each individual soul/spirit through their journey. But I find any entity that claims to be THE supreme GOD, and demands worship
or else, to be highly suspect, and my own "spidey" sense urges me to reject it/them, flat out.