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We can't definitively define God or prove that one exists; but billions of people now and throughout history, around the world, and those in all different age groups, have expressed their experiences with/of God. And not just through religion.

Some of the most profound spiritual experiences are accounted through meditation, psychedelic drugs, and near death experiences. 

While we can't define what God is, we can trace existence back to what existed first - Energy! We know that EVERYTHING is energy, all energy is connected and that consciousness controls energy. That means everything that exists is connected to God and can communicate with God.

Learning about all religions, meditationquantum physics, and psychedelic drugs have brought many people closer spiritually to God.

Learning to serve God selflessly by doing one right thing after another, is how we as individuals find true peace, happiness and fulfillment. It's how we discover our purpose

Serving God is about serving others and your higher self. It's about having a positive perspective  of life and of humanity and doing what you can to spread positive energy. 

God Is Everything and so YOU Are God

The statement "God is everything" reflects a belief found in certain philosophical and religious traditions, such as pantheism or panentheism. In these belief systems, God is seen as synonymous with the entirety of existence, and everything in the universe is considered a manifestation or part of the divine.

In pantheism, there is no distinction between God and the natural world; they are considered one and the same. While pantheism is not a distinct religion with its own organized institutions like some other belief systems, it is a viewpoint that can be found within various religious and philosophical traditions. Here are some religions and philosophical systems that may include pantheistic elements or perspectives:

  1. Certain Forms of Hinduism: Some interpretations of Hinduism, particularly those associated with Advaita Vedanta, can be considered pantheistic. They emphasize the concept of "Brahman," an ultimate reality or universal consciousness that is seen as identical to the individual soul (Atman) and the physical world.

  2. Certain Strands of Buddhism: Some schools of Mahayana Buddhism, such as Zen Buddhism, emphasize the interconnectedness of all things and may have pantheistic elements in their teachings.

  3. Certain Indigenous and Animistic Belief Systems: Some indigenous and animistic belief systems around the world view the natural world as sacred and inseparable from the divine.

  4. Panentheism in Christianity: While not strictly pantheism, panentheism is a related concept found in some Christian theology. Panentheism suggests that God is both immanent within the universe and transcendent beyond it, allowing for a more interconnected view of God and creation.

  5. Certain New Age Spiritual Movements: Elements of pantheism can be found in various New Age and spiritual movements, which often emphasize the interconnectedness of all life and the idea that divinity can be found in nature.

  6. Certain Philosophical Perspectives: Pantheistic ideas have been explored by philosophers such as Baruch Spinoza, who argued for a pantheistic view of God as the universe itself.

It's important to note that pantheism can manifest in different forms and degrees within these traditions, and not all adherents of these belief systems necessarily embrace pantheistic views. Pantheism is a diverse and multifaceted perspective, and its interpretation can vary widely among individuals and communities.

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