Apr 122013
 

Question by James: Isn’t the key to understanding the nature of God have to do with consciousness rather than the universe?
God is not a literal “creator”. Nature is. We come into this world naturally, born from the wombs of our mothers, just like most other animals. The earth, the other planets, stars and indeed, the universe itself, were all created naturally, not supernaturally. To deny this is to deny reality.

Therefore, if there really is a God then isn’t it our peculiar form of higher consciousness (“I think therefore, I am”) which we posses that may be the actual clue as to whether or not there is a ‘higher power’ or ‘higher consciousness’ which we call “God”?

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Answer by ASCENSION
What we call the “known” Universe is just one reality. The lowest main dimension, though it too is multi-dimensional.

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  2 Responses to “Q&A: Isn’t the key to understanding the nature of God have to do with consciousness rather than the universe?”

  1. Consciousness and physics inevitably meet.

  2. i think therefore i am came from a philosopher. who cares what they say. God is. He is and He was and is to come.
    He’s written His law in our hearts as well as created the perfect heavens and the universe. it’s both coming from nature and consciousness

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