Who Is The Creator Of The Universe?

In a living universe, we do not have to answer any questions about who the creator is. At various times, religions have named a single god, multiple gods and goddesses, an invisible life force, a cosmic mind, and in the current religion of physics, a blind game of chance.

Choose any or all of these because whatís far more crucial about genius is you. Can you see yourself as the point around which everything is now revolving?

Look around and try to view your whole situation. From the viewpoint of a limited self, you cannot be the center of the cosmos. But thatís because you are looking at karma. Your attention is going to bits and pieces of your situation Ė a current relationship, events at work, finances, perhaps tossing in a vague concern with some political crisis or the state of the stock market.

No matter how many of these ingredients you try to comprehend, you arenít seeing your whole situation. From the perspective of wholeness, the universe is thinking about you. Its thoughts are invisible, but they eventually manifest as tendencies and sometimes your attention feels the larger design at work because every life has inescapable turning points, opportunities, epiphanies, and breakthroughs.

To you, a thought is an image or idea floating through your mind. To the universe Ė and here we mean the universal intelligence that permeates the swarm of galaxies, black holes, and interstellar dust Ė a thought is a step in evolution. Itís a creative act. To truly live at the center of the one reality, evolution must become of primary interest to you.

The noncritical events in your life already run themselves. Think of your body, which operates with two separate types of nervous system. The involuntary nervous system is automatic. The other, voluntary nervous system relates to will, or volition, and this system carries out desires.

The universe reflects the same division. On one level, natural forces need no assistance from us to keep everything regulated so life can be sustained. Ecology is self-balancing. The second half of the universeís nervous system revolves around desire. When your brain carries out a desire, the universe is carrying it out at the same time.
Adapted from The Book of Secrets, by Deepak Chopra (Harmony Books, 2004).

137 comments

Sufian C.
Sufian C.4 years ago

I really like this article because it describes an extremely complex relationship between the individual soul and the Universe, in very simple terms. An understanding that the Universe is the greater extension of the soul, and that our soul is an essence of God. It fits extremely well i the hermetic saying 'As Above, So Below', which drives the idea that our lives are just an individualized projection of what is unfolding within the Universe. If it happens to us individually, then it may be mirrored Universally.

I believe the linking systems are paradigms such as the Collective Unconscious, or the sea of consciousness that connects all living things. I believe in the Universe being represented as the body of God, and the individual representing a cell within that body. All the cells collectively create the whole, and the whole is driven by a higher form of consciousness or what some may call the mind of God.

I delve into these kinds of beliefs time and time again, and there is a reason why; there is power in understanding the individual's role within the Universe http://enlightenmentcity.com/1/post/2012/10/the-creator.html

Zee Kallah
Past Member 5 years ago

continued

Eventually, the physical universe emanates........

The origination of emanation is God. The emanation is God. That which is emanated is God. That energy flow is the God within. If we don't find the God within us and within others, we will never find God.

And that is ok.

But, ah, the drama of the emanations......

Zee Kallah
Past Member 5 years ago

With the opportunities I have had in my life, I have regressed many to before birth and back, back, back to before the beginning By the way, Christians regressed as easily as non-Christians I just used a different name for the process. I called it "time therapy".

For myself and for others, we went back to the sparkling darkness and before the sparkling darkness.......

Before the beginning there was only potential. Potential has the motiviation desire "to be".
Cometh then the primary urge and its activation, to be aware "conscious". To be aware there needs to be other of whom to be aware. In the motiviation of that desire for other is the first emanation of "other". Then comes the desire to be once (again) to be one...to be other....to reach and withdraw.....

That primary potential is God. The emanation is God. The distance created in the manifestation of other is travel of God who yet remains in the original energy. The God force continues to emanate through "other" universes becoming more differentiated in qualities and degrees as the universes and the consciousnesses emenate.

And the energy is God and the awareness is God and the Other is God and the emanations are God and the energy flows into the many and the many are God and so, eventually, it's a universe of solidification that is emanated. That, also, is God.

The origination of emanation is God. The emanation is God. That which is emanated is God. That energy flow is the God within. If we d

Shirley H.
Shirley H5 years ago

God is all their is no problem with that.
Shirley h.

Brian M.
Past Member 5 years ago

Manifest, Un-Manifest, no distinction. The universe is a function of pure awareness. No creator needed for that spontaneous arising from the void.

Zee Kallah
Past Member 5 years ago

What does Einstein say?

Taken from internet

Albert Einstein (1879-1955)
Einstein is probably the best known and most highly revered scientist of the twentieth century, and is associated with major revolutions in our thinking about time, gravity, and the conversion of matter to energy (E=mc2). Although never coming to belief in a personal God, he recognized the impossibility of a non-created universe.

The Encyclopedia Britannica says of him: "Firmly denying atheism, Einstein expressed a belief in "Spinoza's God who reveals himself in the harmony of what exists."

This actually motivated his interest in science, as he once remarked to a young physicist: "I want to know how God created this world, I am not interested in this or that phenomenon, in the spectrum of this or that element. I want to know His thoughts, the rest are details."

Einstein's famous epithet on the "uncertainty principle" was "God does not play dice" - and to him this was a real statement about a God in whom he believed. A famous saying of his was "Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind."

Lin Moy
Lin M5 years ago

I beleive God created it then gave people the brains to continue on. Some times we haven't done a good job.

Vera T.
Vera T5 years ago

Far too complicated and controversial a subject - I don't know, you don't know, the Pope doesn't know - so why don't we just make the best of life appreciate the only world we have, look after it and educate ourselves.

Zee Kallah
Past Member 5 years ago

Let's see what SCIENCE says:

Search results
The Universe – More Like a Great Thought Than a Great Machine

Go google and you'll find the article finally says:

A remarkable discovery has gradually emerged in astrophysics over the past two decades and is now essentially undisputed: that certain key physical constants have ...
www.dreammanifesto.com/the-universe-more-like-a-great... - Cached

Seems to me it might be beneficial to ask what does the "thought" tell me about the thinker?

Further, it might be a good idea to get on his/her/its good side,

lol

We all know you can learn a lot about a person as you observe that which the person creates whether it be art or music or poetry or an entire universe.

Thank you, great Creator of worlds within and beyond. Reveal to us thy self.

Beth M.
Beth M5 years ago

...Quote,,Dion Fortune*...."Esotericism begins where exotericism ends; and as the boundaries of exoteric science are always advancing, so the boundaries of esotericism are always receding;,, that which was taught to the initiates of Egypt is (today) taught to the school children of England. Reading, writing and arithmetic were once occult arts. As evolution advances, the average man becomes capable of that which was once only possible to the exceptional man. As the civilised man is to the savage, so is the adept to the average man* ...x