The Many Faces of God
Da Merkavah San
Da Pahdasan’ka Barak Solarys San: What is God?
Da Merkavah San: It is a big problematic word, particularly because, as you ask that question and as it would be heard by people who are listening to the question before it is even answered, many ⏤everybody⏤ would hear a different interpretation of the question altogether. That is God. God is the individuality of every expression of consciousness, individualized as a whole.
God also is a manipulative creator of human personality, depending on how you look at it. There are also many gods that people believe into being, considering religions that have gone on for thousands of years, and archetypes and archons that take advantage of such. There are also those gods that have spontaneously been brought into existence by human consciousness itself.
And then there is Creator, which is how I would define God. The Infinite Creator, that which is without beginning and without end, that which lives within all things, all mankind, all animal kind, all plant kind, all of the mineral world and the natural world and the metaphysical world; that one piece of being-ness that is at the Heart of All Things; that which on the Pah ultimately is achieved.
Da Pahdasan’ka Barak Solarys San: So it really is just the heart space, the internal oneness?
Da Merkavah San: No. Incorrect. It is the one-ness that is the all-ness. It cannot be seen as the internal only. You do understand, of course, that to completely answer the question you ask IS, in essence, to study the Pah.
Da Pahdasan’ka Barak Solarys San: It is like the Tao.
Da Merkavah San: It cannot be answered satisfactorily in a mere response, particularly given the segmentation of human experience. But never mistake human experience as segmented into human individuality for human consciousness as segmented into sovereignty. The two have nothing to do with one another. One self will die, the other self has always existed. It is only that part that will seek and understand Creator and what you call ‘God’ eventually. It is only that part that will not fragment and segment, that which is one.