May 172014

Question by ★Greed★: Do rhetorical ideas deny the existence of the universe..?
…and thus deny the true definition of God.

Therefore, one can only know God without religion or defining what god means. Thus, the universe is not self aware within the context of our thinking as it is neither a being nor a consciousness.

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Answer by peaceful mind
First of all, I’m in love with your question. Our thinking is what creates the universe of what we want it to be, it’s what philosophy is here for, to be filled with questions that aren’t really answered, but accepted as being there and filling the universe with more mystery and the answers may be out there, but to really know the existence of the universe, there are no answers to anything.

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  4 Responses to “Do rhetorical ideas deny the existence of the universe..?”

  1. Rhetorical ideas clutter our minds from understanding just how infinite the universe is. In actuality reality can be bent into unrecognizable and unconceivable (by today’s standards) state of mind. You’re absolutely right about god. We only feel the presence of higher power, but we have no way of justifying or understanding the presence. We act like mice in a labyrinth. We always hit the same walls without understanding that those are the same walls we already hit. To go to another dimension one must understand that he is a mouse in a labyrinth and try to escape by twisting his mind. Kind of like when we finally realized that the world is not flat.

  2. there is no god, the question is moot.

  3. No- that is all speculation. God can be known in actuality and in person. We get that transcendental knowledge by someone who has seen The Absolute Truth. He is not far away He is situated within the core of each and every living entities hearts. You are covered by the veils of illusion (Maya)so you can not see things as they truly are.
    We are not this material body, IE; Race, color, nationality, Religion, mind, intellect, senses, job, etc. We are all eternal spirit souls, part and parcel of the Supreme Soul, also known as Krishna, Allah, Jehovah, Vishnu, etc. We never die, only this mortal body dies.
    This material world is not our real home, it is called Maya (illusion) and is temporary and full of misery, only one fourth of the souls come here,(the less intelligent ones, that’s us) and the rest are enjoying blissful eternal loving relationships with our Maker named above. Those who are intelligent, take up the process of self realization (Bhakti Yoga) which gives one real peace, happiness and reality. Then at the end of life they can return to the eternal Kingdom where there is no more birth, death, old age, or disease and be eternally happy. This knowledge can be realized with pure surrender to The Absolute Truth. Otherwise one will only be drifting in their own mental speculation of the Absolute truth life afger life, and never get the clear picture.
    For info. Go to Read Bhagavad Gita- As it is by Bhaktivedanta Prabhupada you can read it on line.

  4. Exactly.

    God/Reality is simply the multi-dimensional quantum field we are embedded in that is responsive to consciousness. People personify it when they experience synchronicity between needs and events that have the appearance of a caring personal deity. Reality is neutral, but being/reality, mind/matter, psychology/physics are connected and can be mastered by transcending the programmed ego identity and returning to awareness of one’s essential nature and purpose.

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