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Speaking in God's language

Postby phenomenal_graffiti » Sun Apr 05, 2020 4:41 am

God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth.

-John 4:24

For those who believe in God, when speaking to God one must speak in God's "language", that is, one must speak to God with content that reflects the cosmic situation of things.

The cosmic situation of things, given that we exist within the mind of God as it currently jumps back and forth between lucid and non-lucid dreaming, is that when speaking to God one must have at least the idea, but hopefully the belief that the content of one's speech or the nature of one's thoughts or feelings is derived from God himself as he experienced you (in the past) speaking to him while he is in a state of lucid or non lucid dreaming.

Respectful speech comes when one's mind mirrors God's experience of one speaking to him as his mind is in a state of lucid dreaming. Disrespectful speech or disrespectful or inappropriate thought and feeling is derived from God's experience of one speaking to him while his mind is in a state of non-lucid dreaming.

The key is that man and God are linked in that "man lives not by bread alone but by every word that proceedeth from the mouth of God" in the sense that man is a reflection of the thoughts of God as he lucidly or non lucid dreams.

When one speaks to God while mindful of this linkage, one transcends ego or meritocracy (favor-garnering through empty acts of virtue or handing God a resume showing how good you are and have been) and speaks to God in an atmosphere of underlying, cosmic truth.

(Be careful now: God has no loyalty to this world or the things in it, and is working towards its dissolution. The death of a loved one, therefore, is more favorable and meaningful to him than his or her continued survival, as death is God's freeing someone from the current world or plane of existence (the Revised Hell of Crucifixion) for the purpose of transforming the individual into something outside the "Matrix" of the crucifixion incapable of evil. This matters more to him than a new pair of shoes, the paying of bills, or continued experience of the "here and now".)
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Re: Speaking in God's language

Postby Mowk » Sun Apr 05, 2020 9:32 am

For those who believe in God, when speaking to God one must speak in God's "language", that is, one must speak to God with content that reflects the cosmic situation of things.


For those of us lacking the confidence of having reached the conclusion. I would hope a god is capable of making up the difference and doesn't look at it as if some requirement for/of love hasn't been met. In other words, the way you have expressed the thought sounds like god has some conditions.

Please do not confuse this confusion with claims of misunderstanding.

This God of yours... is sounding conditional.

A God that exists in all things such that one could not imagine a thing which God is not. Star dust existing in all things. A "Bunny" existing in all things. A God's existence within and without all conceptions, even that of every sort of conception of evil. A God capable of bridging that gap.
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Re: Speaking in God's language

Postby phenomenal_graffiti » Sun Apr 05, 2020 9:41 am

The conditionality is an aspect of the state of his being.
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Re: Speaking in God's language

Postby Mowk » Sun Apr 05, 2020 9:49 am

phenomenal_graffiti wrote:The conditionality is an aspect of the state of his being.


It's or his? Then upon it's condition we agree. But upon the condition of his we don't. Splitting hair. Can our agreement reach any lack of such conditions? To achieve this thing called unconditional?
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Re: Speaking in God's language

Postby phenomenal_graffiti » Wed Apr 08, 2020 4:57 am

The only conditionality in Pantheopsychism is the condition that evil should not forever exist. God's self-made, felt, and desired condition that evil in any form created by his non-lucidly dreaming mind should not exist forever. This leads to the great enterprise of slowly ablating evil through imposition of human death, and final removal of evil through God achieving wakefulness.

This, at least, is Pantheopsychism's take. Conditionality or non-conditionality is ultimately irrelevant imo.
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