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Is God a Good Spirit?

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N/B – I use the terms, ‘God,’ and I also use ‘his’ to refer to God, because they are the most common terms used in reference to The Creator/Infinite Intelligence/Source Energy.

All ancient cultures that believed in God’s existence intuitively believed God was a good spirit. For instance, the Yoruba in Africa, believed God was good and he wanted them to be happy and successful. Besides this, ancient Greeks knew Zeus was ever good.

It’s perplexing how cultures that lived thousands of miles away from each other concluded that God is good.

Besides ancient cultures, organized religions, which consider themselves more advanced, also believe God is good even though they disagree on various aspects of God. For instance, although Christians believe in I God in 3 Divine Persons (The Holy Trinity) while Muslims only believe in 1 God in 1 person, they both believe God is good.

But is God really good?

The fact that ‘primitive’ ancient cultures and organized religions believed God was good forced me to meditate on God to discover if this Spirit is really good. I then discovered that ancient cultures and organized religions believed God was good because they realized that The Creator provided for everything it created. I agree with their argument because my love for wildlife enlightened me that The Creator abundantly provides for every creature.

Besides this, God is good because he designed the universe to encourage goodness. For instance, he designed us to love good folks and dislike wicked individuals, and for this reason, politicians always have to act good for us to elect them. Also, it’s easier to be happy and to attain inner peace if one is virtuous.  

Moreover, The Creator is good because he encourages goodness by designing good thoughts to have good effects on our immune system while he discourages wickedness by programming bad thoughts and emotions to have a negative effect on our immune system.

However, suffering has made the society to doubt God’s goodness. The society can’t understand how a good God can create a world where people suffer 24/7.  The society is unaware that suffering is man-made because factors such as poverty existed after industrialization. Poverty never existed in ancient times because ancient folks valued kindness and helped each other. For instance, African communities shared food, water, and other natural resources hence preventing the possibility of poverty. However, high levels of greed in the modern world have resulted in some people taking more than enough hence causing poverty.

Besides poverty, many natural disasters that cause suffering occur as a result of human activities. For instance, deforestation encourages flooding while mining and dam building trigger earthquakes.

Therefore, suffering can’t be used to argue against God’s goodness because it’s man-made.

Moreover, if God was bad, he could have created us to suffer 24/7. He could have created a world with little water, food, and oxygen despite programming us to need these things. Furthermore, he could have squeezed all the world’s population in a few acres, and designed natural disasters to happen all the time.

But if you take a closer look at the world, you’ll realize that all these things (land, water, air, and food) are in abundance. Land only appears scarce because some people took more than enough while food appears scarce because modern society commercialized it.

God is a good God, and no one can argue against this. He’s always willing to provide for us because he exists in us. He gave us free will to do whatever we want, and he allowed us to enjoy everything in the physical world for a short period. Trust him, meditate on him 24/7, be virtuous, and surrender to the flow of life, and you’ll see his goodness

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  1. Karen Sammer

    April 18, 2019 at 6:47 am

    I enjoyed your post…thank you

  2. Isaac Wechuli

    April 18, 2019 at 6:50 am

    welcome karen sammer

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The Modern Society and the 3rd Dimension of Consciousness

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Dimensions are not places or locations. They are levels of consciousness that vibrate at a certain rate.’  – Vidya Frazier, Awakening to the Fifth Dimension

Human beings are designed to reside in three major dimensions of consciousness: the 3rd, 4th, and 5th dimension.

In the 3rd dimension, the ego controls people’s thoughts and actions, while the 4th dimension is the gateway to the 5th and other higher dimensions where love rules. Life becomes better if you ascend to the 4th and 5th dimensions because the manifestation of desires is easier in these dimensions. Besides this, you easily find solutions to problems and you automatically lose interest in the past and the future if you ascend to these dimensions.

Most individuals in the modern society are stuck in the 3rd dimension of consciousness because they are led by the ego and they over-focus on the material world. This dimension makes them dwell on negative thoughts and prevents them from understanding that their thoughts shape their reality. Furthermore, it prevents them from realizing that we are all connected because ‘the universe is a holographically interlinked network of energy and information, organically whole and self-referential at all scales of its existence.’ (Ervin Lazlo).

The modern society is thus suffering because we dwell in the 3rd dimension of consciousness. We experience lack, anxiety, stress, fear, jealousy, hate and other negative states of mind because this dimension disconnects us from our Higher Selves. It also prevents us from perceiving higher worlds, and knowing fundamental truths that can make us live a joyous life.

For most of our problems to end, we have to leave the 3rd dimension and ascend to the 4th and 5th dimensions because these dimensions strengthen our connection with Infinite Intelligence/God hence enabling us to access higher knowledge essential for seeing things clearly. Furthermore, these dimensions enable us to live from our hearts and respect everybody because they make us feel a sense of oneness with everything. We also get what we want quickly in these dimensions because our bodies vibrate at a higher rate.

The modern society can leave the 3rd dimension of consciousness if people practice surrendering by believing that whatever is happening is leading them to a better version of themselves. Also, it can leave this dimension if people release negative emotions, love their neighbors unconditionally, and learn to forgive.

That being said, strive to leave the 3rd dimension and you’ll change your life and the society forever, because people will wonder how you can be joyous and peaceful in this world, and they will copy your way of life and eventually ascend to higher dimensions.

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The Modern Society and Its Lost Connection to the Spiritual World

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‘TRUTH IS STRANGER THAN FICTION.’ – Mark Twain

Many ancient societies believed in the existence of the spiritual world.

For instance, ancient African cultures claimed the spiritual world existed and they believed spirits influenced people’s health and material success. They thus offered sacrifices to spirits to make them happy. Also, ancient North Americans believed in spiritual entities and claimed they descended from the spiritual world and could interact with human beings.

Besides Americans, ancient Arabians believed in the existence of the Djinn, which were spiritual beings that could be both good and evil. They believed the Djinn could shapeshift and perform human activities such as eating or sleeping. 

For this reason, it could be impossible to convince ancient folks that spirits were a product of hallucinations because they firmly knew that spiritual beings existed.

However, most folks in the modern world don’t believe in the spiritual world. Our mechanistic view of the world has made us to only believe in the physical realm. Furthermore, the fact that most of us have never come into contact with spirits or ghosts has made us firmly believe that they don’t exist.

But are we right?

We are wrong because the spiritual world exists and most of us can’t see spirits because the modern society lost its connection to the spirit world. We focus so much on the material world and for this reason, our consciousness levels have become too low for us to perceive the spiritual world.

Furthermore, we are unaware that practices such as shamanism can alter our consciousness and enable us to perceive the spiritual world and even ask for guidance from good spirits. Most ancient societies were able to gain knowledge and healing powers from the spiritual world because they practiced shamanism. The modern society has been brainwashed to believe that such practices are a form of madness and ghosts/spirits are hallucinations.

Little do we know that contemporary researchers support the possibility of the existence of spirits/ghosts. For instance, Marie D. Jones, a researcher, claims spirits might exist, for she wrote, ‘ghosts/spirits may be the result of the synching of particles and matter between various levels of existence creating a literal means for moving between dimensions of reality.’ Moreover, she also thought that ‘ghosts might be a form of trapped energy between parallel dimensions or universes.’ Does this explanation of ghosts sound similar to the ancient idea that some ghosts/spirits are dead people trapped in the physical world?

Ghosts/spirits, or whatever you call them, exist, and it’s true they can guide us when necessary. The modern society will realize this if only it becomes open-minded and constantly conscious of the fact that the physical world came from the spiritual realm.

The society must strive to comprehend the spiritual world because it might be the secret to attaining higher wisdom and knowledge that can allow us to live in higher dimensions where there is only pure joy and love. We have to regain our lost connection to the spiritual realm.

‘In our egoic quest for external gratification, we have cut ourselves of from the knowledge of the inner world/Spiritual World, our connection to Akasha and the wisdom source.’ – Inner, Outer World Part 3

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