We are "God"

Dani Lyah (@deelsian) 9 years ago

Our minds and the universe, basically everything around us, form a collective conscious. There is a hierarchy, that even I can’t fully comprehend, but in my mind the most important are our minds, us, and the energy that we form together. The battle good versus evil isn’t quite as literal as in most biblical texts, but it is there. Everything around us radiates energy. It’s the nature of the energy that defines whether it is good or not. A person isn’t completely bad or good, his or her energy changes in function of their thoughts, actions and interactions with other minds. A stronger mind, one his or her owner has more control over, can bring a weaker mind up or down, or simply expand it.

Most people don’t realize the amount of control they could have on their minds, only such a small amount of potential is being used on a daily basis, even less for those people who live simply to survive and follow. People with power and influence use their capacity to put more of their potential into use, to blind those who don’t quite have a mind of their own. Feeding these minds with ideas and concepts that wouldn’t necessarily benefit them, but surely would benefit the higher power, or those who hold it anyway. It makes sense that we are energy, after all we are made of star matter, everything comes from the same event, the big bang, thus in a way everything is interconnected, made of the same energy that then evolved, but same energy nonetheless. This is why I don’t believe in a God, we are “God”, all of the energy combined, flowing and interacting to make one, unique higher power. us. everything.

November 19, 2012 at 2:32 pm
Starry Eyed BLiND. (670) (@cristinelizabeth) 9 years ago ago

@deelsian, Exactly what I was explaining to my therapist today.. :) Love this <3

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Anonymous (202) (@) 9 years ago ago

I am an Old God…and as such, I demand Sacrifice…!

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DRebel (11) (@drebel313) 9 years ago ago

no way I was thinking about that just last night and I came to the same conclusion.. @[email protected] awesome! lol great post

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A (24) (@apacheco10) 9 years ago ago
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remember… a cockroach is also made of star stuff… it is also “god” in its unique, mini-size conscious form… next time you see one patrolling past your dinning table… don’t smash it… turn a blind eye and let it pass… i always try to blame my own hygiene whenever an uninvited house quest catches my attention.

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Anonymous (50) (@) 9 years ago ago

@johnkorvac, It’s a sad state of nature.
I remember when I was a kid I killed one and I just couldn’t sleep from the guilt that I had murdered a part of me.

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highbrowgrazer (18) (@wesleyleigh) 9 years ago ago

@apacheco10, who exactly is this Abraham Hicks? i watched one of the videos which was posted up here recently and almost cried from silliness and disarray..

what am i missing???

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Bilts (2) (@flf703) 9 years ago ago

I’ve been thinking about this a lot lately. When people ask me that since I’m not religious, who will I have to guide me through life? When I respond “me”, they are absolutely baffled. I don’t understand the people who can go through life without thinking about the power of one’s self. It’s positively crazy to think about doing this whole ‘life’ this without it.

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O’Reilly (804) (@oreilly) 9 years ago ago

I like to think of my relation to “God” or “All that is” is similar to one of my skin cells relation to me. One cell could call itself Peter, and its not exactly right and its not wrong either. It is a part of the whole. As such, we are part of the whole.

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A (24) (@apacheco10) 9 years ago ago

@wesleyleigh, It was previously Ester and Jerry Hicks who travel around sharing the teaching of Abraham. I’m a little spotty on the history, but how it works I’m becoming more and more fluent with. My dad was the one who brought me onto it, so that’s why I didn’t question it. He’s a very smart man.

It sounds like witchcraft, hogwash and just plain blasphemy. I know because I thought the same thing when I first heard it. However, as I started implementing the teachings into my life, I saw evidence followed by evidence that it was true.

Simply put, they say our thoughts and emotions are the things that manifest everything in our lives. They preach that we are just a human soul in a physical body, and our thoughts/emotions run closely with the soul. That guy that cut you off driving? You manifested it. Didn’t eat food before it went bad? You manifested it. Win the lottery? You manifested it.

No matter how mundane or how significant the events are in your life, you are the cause of it. I’ve listened to hundreds of hours of their material at this point, so it would take a while to explain it all. The best advice I can give is trust me, and try it for yourself. Something you should know about me is growing up, I was never spiritual. I was brought up Christian but didn’t agree with any of it and separated myself from all spirituality. It wasn’t until a year ago until I started listening/researching Abraham and man, it’s been one of the most forward moving years of my life.

The system is a “do it first and evidence will appear later” one. You just have to throw yourself into it — 100%. Again, I know it sounds like bologna, but I would not recommend it to everyone I know if it didn’t make a HUGE difference in my life and who I am today. Because of it, I’m a happier person all around.

So I guess give it a shot, what do you have to lose?

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