Below is the third chapter to my new book ‘A Better Idea of God, and How to Get There.’ It’s a nice, short, pithy essay, I hope you enjoy reading it, and that it serve your own inquiry. Please pass it on to anyone you know who would also be interested.
It’s been a full week, with new ideas flowing, and the beginning of another book, I’m calling ‘What is!’ More and more I find myself using kinesiological testing to hone what I write to its truest form (check out ‘Playing 20 Questions with God‘ for more about this).
Have a relaxing week in the midst of All That Is,
God has No Viewpoint
God is not everywhere and everything. He is no-where and no-thing. Therefore, he has no viewpoint.
God is not everywhere and everything; he is no-where and no-thing. In his pure state he has infinite potential, but no manifestation, no viewpoint and even no power. He has to be manifested in a living being to take on these qualities, but, then, his own nature, his God nature becomes obscured. And if he is embodied in our bodies, we tend to forget who we are.
To be fully human is to remember we are consciousness, God consciousness, then to embody it, to be God in a human form. But what is God consciousness? Really, it is nothing more than consciousness itself, absolute and pure. There is no higher power, no divinity, no hocus-pocus in it. It is just reality – unfathomable and unknowable. But because of the linearity, the inescapable thingness (or thingification) of perception, reality itself has taken on the aspects of the thing, and a hard thing at that, constricted, grey and filled with pain. More…