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Sunday, October 26, 2014

Why it Seems like such a "Foreign" Concept to believe in "God" as a mediator of things ; "Why Should I Believe in God?"

Well this is something that should be addressed, and I am going to put it out there in a very reasonable; self-explanatory way, I leave you the information, and you draw the conclusions.

I often come across those seeing the belief in God as a highly "black and white" concept, but, if you look real closely, the ones claiming it is so black and white often have a black and white analysis of God and possibly the bible as well. We all know how things can get distorted, and perception is everything - so when one mainstream organization, or one main news outlet gives a particular presentation of what and who God is or isn't, due to largely their perception - is it really so unreasonable to believe in the possibility that their perception is largely taken out of context? Given the amount of conditioning we are subjected to, isn't it possible that this is also a part of conditioning, not because of some direct assault, or maybe an indirect assault on the concept of God, but because we as humans often internalize our perception as right? But who's notes are we basing our perception off of, and who's notes are the presentor's basing their observations after? 

If you are going to be critical of the concept of a higher power, you should at least be well versed enough to both understand the history and to understand how to properly identify context right from the roots - and not from those who alter or give you a corrupted sample. 

So in terms of the concept of a higher entity or universal power mediating or influencing things that occur here in this life, it is understandable (in a way) that in a world mostly conditioned to see logic and the politically correct "common sense" - that one would draw to question how and why a God would even be needed and especially - how he would even be able to influence us or events. Well the one thing to subtract from this situation is understanding that the law's that govern communication and physics do not exclude the possibility of a higher influence, because the way we would be driven to look at this would depend on our perception of what , and who God truly is. 

For example , if we see black and white to criticize a simulation, such as like giving the statement "is God going to save you if you step in front of a vehicle, No? Then why not if he is a loving God?" and... "Why if he is all powerful?" ....

Well first off , the few exceptions from the bible where someone was saved in such a divine were in circumstances necessary to establish a certain point held by the prophets, or to expand God's meaning, or to justify miracles. However, one would have to understand that these are exclusive circumstances and that these people were directly operating on a specific calender given to them by the higher power. 

If an average person steps in front of a vehicle, it can be deemed insane, and it is insane...and it can never be justified as faith because it is considered suicide which is against the bible's declaration of what is right.

In addition , these folks in the stories of the bible were not acting impulsively, they were in many instances, believing after a word was already sent to them , and they were subject to lion's, or soliders or etc..depending on the circumstances...there was always to one extent or another , the first move made on the part of that important character...

For example, Joshua who was able to, even after he was weakened , and sore, pick up a large stone that the normal human at that moment would not have been able to withstand, he wasn't a bulky guy either, but he was strong - still the chances at that moment he would be able to not only lift that large stone , but also slay his enemies (soldiers from the kingdom he was sent to conquer), by one at a time throwing it and then going and picking it up again, physiologically, would have been next to impossible. 

However, you are leaving out such an important point in justifying this - if you want to look at it from a scientific perspective, then you should understand the human psyche and willpower control of the rhythms of our nervous system - in which case, this particular happening back in these times would be justified by science if they had taken the particular examination and mirrored it to the research done on strong willed individuals...people who are relentless and refuse to give up - these are people who achieve the unthinkable. 

If no one had heard of the olympics before, and the athletes in them , then from an outside in look do you think many of us would believe if we were given a lone example, outside the book, outside the TV? Wouldn't it be foreign to us if an olympic runner, appearing in a professional state, or an environment where they wouldn't be exerting themselves, just came up to us and said..."hey, i can run xxxx miles in under 30 seconds"?

That we would consider extremely foreign, especially if these olympics were constantly being downsized, downplayed and or eliminated from the news...

The same with the concept of God and his influence, if we are being conditioned not to believe or to believe in a false representation, one that distorts the picture multiple times..then of course we aren't going to have an easy time understanding, because every time we would try to draw an accurate conclusion or correlation (especially if we take the words or wise advice of people who take things out of context), we would essentially find ourselves more baffled - especially considering what we are to start with would be based on what we learn from growing up.

Now let's go back to the psychology of it all - so Joshua was essentially tuning in to God's frequency or energy field, and in strong belief people do amazing things..but willpower can reinforce the nervous system to crazy heights - and so can anything that reinforces it. But how do we go from someone who has 10% strength to 100 % strength, and how does one set aside the fear that would be associated with the weakening of our bodies...?

Well in those times, based on Joshua's beliefs, he would be conditioned to accept God - but even he had doubts at times, it said in the chapter..but what did he do? He dismissed these doubts and in his heart, mind and soul was instilled with the strength of the holy spirit and was able to based on that same psychological loop , except that loop is injected by an external force. Get it?

In other words, the mediations given by God were not done by God himself, but by positive reinforcement and Joshua's decision to dismiss the fear, and decision to not give up, and to trust and move forward! If he had decided to reject the instinct then he probably would have failed...!

He believed so strongly in his heart though that this needed to be done, and conquering to establish God's name was so essential, and meant everything to him.

Very frequently we as humans may come across a thought, or some of us may have what we perceive to be encounters with the divine. 

Now let me put something straight, I do not reject the notion nor existence of mental disorders or of the existence of delusions - they certainly exist...but to accurately say you can define what is or isn't delusion is often going to be as tricky, reckless and absurd as the notion of trying to base the above exceptions mentioned in the bible, as an ultimatum. Because again, delusion even can be perception - and thus generalizing can be incredibly foolish. 

However , there does exist this issue in society - again, we are conditioned to believe based on a set of values given to us.....because we have negated much of the original belief systems, including gender roles - we have been displaced by not understanding the wholeness of why disperceptions even exist.

Again, we have to come back to the roots and not take what downlines of selfish people have given us as "truth", and out of all particular traits - insight is extremely important. If you can not put yourself in another person's shoes, enough to understand why someone would spew a particular statement, if you haven't given a proper analysis of the person in those shoes - such as why or what they stood to gain or not, of if they could have - then how can you argue that person's point is correct...without examining the intimate details of that person and their possible agenda?

Of course, I'm not trying to portray nor push a paranoid mindset onto any of you - I am simply asking you to cease your own black and white thinking, and consider using logic with your own mind - and your own observations. 

Another big issue is if one isn't in the proper healthy, physiologically sound, and parasympathetic (relaxed) mindset, it is going to cause or predispose one to misperceptions. 

Many of us are living in what is called a  "recurrent simulated stress response", constantly on guard , suspicious, and / or expecting stress or being assaulted by the urban fast paced and oh so anxiety provoking lifestyles. Science will prove that this will impair insight, and sound, analytical, open-minded thinking - all of which is essential for one to understand what I am saying. 

If you skim a few of my sentences and assume based on the first or last word, or you are trained to point out or refuse to listen to certain points of what I am saying - then are you being analytical, are you actually using your wits and trying to understand for yourself? Or are you letting conditioning and an emotional rampage decide the answer?

Now let's go back to Joshua again, Joshua obviously had to have not just the psychological loop , but scientifically, some other electromagnetic energy would have to have bridged the willpower gap, what this means is that still, even in this would be a stretch to say his willpower alone had allowed him to gain the type of immense strength that was needed to lift and continue to lift and use the same mode, the same movement to accurately wipe out each of his enemies. Indeed, his psychology would have to change immediately, and his nervous system and body cells must have either rejuvenated, or he had an immense adaptation response - still ....after that type of soreness and weakness from before, some other influence would have to have been present, but it wouldn't be the first time that black and white science wouldn't have obtained the answer in the face of a biological miracle!

The point is this, instead of debating how it happened and assuming whether there is a God or not, take an insightful look to understand what is going on within him - and then make direct comparisons based on prime, unaltered examples - how could he have had the precise psychology, physiology and all that is needed at that time exactly, when biologically it wouldn't be feasible? Because biologically you are only looking at the picture presented when you aren't looking at the fact that something drastic must have changed....but it is not a coincidence that every aspect of his strength and willpower amplified at the time when he needed it most.

So clearly, for such a precise combination of factors to be with him at that exact moment, another force must have amplified him and his body's electromagnetic energy, and in this case then proceeded after and during he decided on willpower - we call this electromagnetic leverage, by an external force...

God changed his physiology, or amplified it to adapt to the moment.

Now some will inevitably say, "I believe why Am I not being healed or empowered by God"...well there are two levels to this is that even in the bible it states that your belief can not be in vanity and must be consistent, but also that you must not fear failure and you must have which case this psychological loop then summons the extra energy in God as a reward for your persistence. It is then that willpower is supplemented by the force that immense willpower attracts ; and that force is GOD. 

For some even at this point in reading, you may see bits and fragments of what your own perception of truth is , littered about....or perhaps maybe a little too ubiquitously placed for your taste. 

In which case, let's make some other reference points...did you know that the author of "Our Improbable Universe"; Michael Mallory - a leading and well-respected physicist, did not reject the notion of a higher power? And he is trained by science and in evolved physics, he even went over the big bang theory and many others, and also said that these can be seen as inconclusive...and are not proven!

The chances of us being here, life on earth, he said were equal to rolling the same dice about 11  times and hitting a 6 each time!

Here's a quote block from the author and his page.

On the other hand, the existence of uranium in or universe might be seen as an unfortunate quirk of chance resulting from a random and mindless universe begetting process. This search for a signature begins to look and feel like a cat chasing its tail. The issue is unresolvable in a scientific sense. One can only choose a course and follow it through to its conclusions. So let's choose both courses one at a time and see where they go.

If this universe is the result of careful planning, then the creator went to a lot of trouble to fashion it in just such a way that particles like protons could turn into self-aware beings. The creator also built in enough time for this to happen. In this deistic view, life is a precious yet seemingly mixed blessing (death comes with it). We must therefore make the most of it. Clearly we should seek harmony with the ongoing process of creation by participating as fully and creatively as we can. With the destiny of life on Earth in our hands, we have a deep responsibility.
On the other hand, even if this universe is the result of a cosmic "throw of the dice", and not deliberate creation, then we have won an incredibly improbable jackpot, a universe that has the potential for almost limitless creativity. Clearly we should not squander our winnings. Instead, we should seek to become part of this beautiful and rare creative process to the best of our ability, encouraging the growth of richness around and within ourselves. If we blow it by destroying the Earth, we will have changed the last digit of our winning lottery number from a winner to one of the infinite number of losers both for ourselves and for the other species with which we share this remarkably fecund planet. Whether a creator is behind existence or not should be irrelevant to human behavior. In either case, we should cherish the improbability of being here. We should integrate our lives with the ongoing creativity that surrounds us. We should try to become a constructive part of the closest thing to eternity that we know we have. And we should marvel at the ongoing miracle of it all.

This is just but one example, and I intend to continue updating this and this article will serve as a type of "conversation grounds" for people who wish to use their intellectualism to make reasonable arguments, here , on this page..... 


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