Did We Dream Ourselves

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A concept where scientific spirituality meets dogmatic religion.

Submitted: August 09, 2018

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 Agnostic. Def: one who believes it is impossible to know if god exists.

Atheist. Def: one who believes there is no god.

Both definitions are  problimatical, as using the term 'god' immediately brings forth the perception that the source of existence comes from the male only. This idea is a hinderance to finding and holding to a faith based system, a form of understanding which can lend comfort and give balance to life.

So, for the truth of the actual force of creation we look to the natural world, there where the feminine and the masculine are equal in that creative, not one above the other.

Found within all living things is an electrical energy, something which we as human beings share with birds, fish, even insects. In scientific theroy, if energy cannot be destroyed, but only transferred, then that energy known as 'soul' is returned at physical death and kept some where.

Perhaps one of the first conscious thoughts of early human kind was a wondering of where that life force, that energy goes after physical death.

If we consider human consciousness as the mind of our source, found deep within the human brain, we can look at dreams in a different way. Science admits to knowing very little about the organ, the space of memory and other unknown things, even going so far as to say that we use less than half of what the brain is capable of.

What is the other half there for? Perhaps to obtain higher states of creative consciousness to ultimately take our place in creation as fully human.

That being stated, did we dream of ourselves into existence? I don't believe so, I believe that the source did. But then again, perhaps we do have that in common with the insects, and the catapillar within its cacoon does dream of becoming a butterfy, creating its reality.


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