posted on Nov, 21 2013 @ 03:37 PM
reply to post by Lingweenie
God is everything. Even matter is energy, just a lower vibration of it. Energy cannot be created or destroyed, meaning everything in existence has
always existed in one form or another. Everything is eternal because everything is a part of God.
Look at the universe around you, look at how perfectly tuned it is. It is so huge yet so tiny at the same time. One grain of sand contains about 70
quintillion atoms, that's 18 zeros.
Imagine how tiny that one grain of sand is compared to just the Earth, then imagine how small the Earth is to the universe itself. Earth isn't even a
speck of dust in comparison to the universe, imagine how many atoms make up the universe. It is impossible to know because it is infinite.
The perfection of the universe around us is a reflection and projection of the perfection found within us. Consciousness is the highest wave of
energy, and since energy cannot be created or destroyed, neither can you. You have always existed, and in fact you are me and I am you, because we are
the universe experiencing itself. God is eternal and so are you and I.
I can also agree that the universe has been here forever.
And that would be another thing I don't agree with in mainstream religions. Typically a lot of them claim that the universe had a specific day where
god decided to create the universe, the earth, and then us. But I personally think that the universe has gone through life cycles. Much like pretty
much everything else.
Typically in the Christian faith for example, I always hear some of them babble about how the "end times" are coming. Mostly due to some natural or
social events that they say are prophesied in the bible. The idea of the end times is a rather dumb idea if you ask me. Not only because it promotes
fear and urgency, but because this thing we call time probably doesn't really exist. We humans perceive time by the rotation and tilt of our Planet,
along with our relation to our star. And how exactly can you measure forever? Most religions say that they will live forever after their lives. So how
can they say that the "end times" are coming? Wouldn't it be considered the new beginning? Even then how can you say that forever can either be the
start or finish? It doesn't make any sense.
As I said earlier, I believe that everything has been here, in some shape or form, seemingly forever. Though I don't believe that there is some sort
of paradise waiting for us after this life is up. That seems a little more like wishful thinking. I'm sure this universe has "died" and then was
"born" again. Me and you die, stars die, computers can die, car batteries can die, everything "dies" sooner or later. But after that death, the
same processes, and cycles don't go along with it. Newer things come in to take its place and carry on that same process or cycle. I guess that kind
of circles back to how I can talking about energy.