I hope you enjoyed the first chapter of A Better Idea of God.
In the following months I’ll keep the chapters coming both from my new book, A Better Idea of God, and How to Get There, as well as from my previous book, Playing 20 Questions with God. A Cosmic Self-Repair Manual. If you like the ideas and transmissions, and I’m sure most of you will, please do me the honor of sending them along to friends you know who might also be interested in them, also inviting them to join my mailing list and forward the chapter to their friends.
During the past 3 years, as I’ve been recovering from my second brain surgery, it’s become very clear that it’s time for me to vigorously share the gifts that have been given to me. Please enjoy the second chapter from A Better Idea of God.
What I Mean by God
So when we encounter the God word, we have to ask ourselves what is being referred to. There have been almost as many interpretations of God as there are religions and spiritual traditions. But with this new joining of spirit, psychology and science (quantum physics, neuroscience, etc.), a new level of understanding of God is arising and supplanting the more traditional ones. In this understanding, God is sort of an all-encompassing, natural principle. God could be defined as the way the unified field works.
But my discovery and subsequent understanding is even simpler than that. In my understanding, God is nothing more or less than consciousness itself. Following this, man is no longer separate from God; man is no longer below God. Man essentially is God, but God embodied, God in a body. (Unfortunately, this embodiment, at least for most of us, is an obstacle to realizing the God consciousness in ourselves.) More…
God is consciousness…
Hmm. I like the sound of that.
What I’ve been doing – is more or less creating a catalog of various options – mostly conceptual, and mostly revolving around “ONE”
Is ONE inherently conscious?
Or is it just a dry category…
Anyway, I am stacking up a lot of that kind of stuff over here: http://origin.org/one/database.cfm
One of the most powerful Wikipedia articles is this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Absolute_(philosophy)
Just read the complete blog post. I like every word….
Thanks, Jeffrey —