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Donationbuckky
Spirituality 21 Mar '07 22:53
  1. Donationbuckky
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    21 Mar '07 22:53
    What about this God Man ? He seems weird
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    21 Mar '07 23:34
    Originally posted by buckky
    What about this God Man ? He seems weird
    Only the single most unique man there ever was!
  3. Subscribersonhouse
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    22 Mar '07 00:24
    Originally posted by josephw
    Only the single most unique man there ever was!
    Here is one passage from his website:
    His Revelation in Eleutherios, and in all His Wisdom-Teaching, is that Reality is Divine — Absolute Consciousness and Absolute Light, inherently full of Bliss, Joy, and Love.

    There is no "God" ever conceived by the human mind that truly represents this Ultimate Reality and Truth. Rather, all the myths of humankind tend to be diversions from it, and not ultimately Liberating.

    But how does this Divine Reality, or Real God, become the living, conscious form of one's existence, rather than merely an idea in mind? What is the nature and process of true Liberation?
  4. Subscribersonhouse
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    22 Mar '07 00:25
    So basically, his god is smarter than YOUR god.
  5. the highway to hell
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    22 Mar '07 09:53
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    There is no "God" ever conceived by the human mind that truly represents this Ultimate Reality and Truth. Rather, all the myths of humankind tend to be diversions from it, and not ultimately Liberating.

    But how does this Divine Reality, or Real God, become the living, conscious form of one's existence, rather than merely an idea in mind? What is the nature and process of true Liberation?[/b]
    isnt the universe just a distraction from truth and reality then?
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