The crypt of nihilism

In all times, people were searching for the purpose of life. One is born and lives; then obstacles occur.First these problems are taken as a necessity or as a part of ones own life, but sometimes one asks:Why do these things happen just the way they do ?It does seem not to make any sense.Is …

God 2.0

Michelangelo the creation of Adam

Some believe that god is the creator who made us - others believe in science. Why not merge both points together for a minute and assume that god did create us in a scientific computer simulation? https://youtu.be/xBKRuI2zHp0?end=344 … that would make you a game character What would that mean if you were an android? Anthony …

A peaceful common ground for agnostics and religions of all kinds

Religions as well as politics do trigger intense emotions. But a very simple solution was actually written 25 years ago by Neil Donald Walsch who did sincerely search for god for half a century until he got some wise revelations which he wrote down in his book "Conversations with God". Those insights brought my inner …

Keys to understanding the universe #5: surrender to the wisdom of the universe

What is the difference between the dedication towards the highest, the absolute, and the divine?

  • the Highest = to be "your best you can be", such as practiced in
    • Karma yoga which include high ethics
      (not to be misunderstood with political correctness)
  • the Divine = focus on a higher force ( which is the realm of religions)
    I do distinguish it from the religious god in my two posts:
  • the Absolute = a cosmic state pervading everything (as used in Buddhism for example)

Yogananda on the love for the divine

Happy 🌞day, my dear readers, wherever you are! You might be puzzled that on one hand I do post spiritual insprationos, whilst on the other hand I am slagging of orthodox religions. This is because it took me decades to see the difference between the divine and an orthodox personalised creator--god, so today I would …

OMG (Om, I, God) – the better half

The god-experiment part 2 In part 1 I told you about the horizontal intellectual axis betweenAtheist / Agnostic <-------------------- vs -----------------> orthodox Believer To explore the vertical intuitive Axis (which I will explain at the end),I seriously dedicated myself to the nebulous 'divine' (for 4 months now and ongoing) as described by an Iranian mystic …

OMG (Om, I, God)

The god-experiment From birth on we are conditioned into belief systems and believe to know "the ultimate truth", assuming that all generations beforehand were fools. Yet the fact is that believes did change throughout history, so much even, that they did turn around not only by 180°, but that even multiple times. Most humans do get …