Mechanism of existence

If God exists and there is nothing outside of God then what am I?

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God created my innermost being (presumably my soul) and everything is held up continuously through God's actions (such as speech) or by decrees of God using language. (Like saying X is equal to 10) God's memory is perfect. So I am constructed from language. Since God is the cause of everything good, then my actions are the result of God working through me. God is like electricity for my workings or my light. So my actions are a lens of God. Does this not mean my every action is caused by God? I am not God but my free will comes from God so I am a colour of light through a prism of God's word.

This coincides with the idea that there is one cosmic consciousness and we are just one being in a thought. The thought has multiple paths or threads to consider to explore the solution space. That's where our identities come from. Separationn is just an illusion. The separation between people is just a veil.

You can think of people as being a beautiful enumeration of colours, ideas, drives


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// In that same sense, aliens are real, because we think about them, and make them part of computer games that soon will become indistinguishable from reality (so, they will be our thought, but at the same time real to experience).

This is the case for all evil. It is imagined by someone and executed by another.

There is evidence that the first person to learn something or is difficult for them. But as more people learn it, it becomes easier. This points to a shared consciousness. Or infinite consciousness or cosmic consciousness.

https://www.thegreatcoursesdaily.com/carl-jung-and-the-concept-of-collective-consciousness/


// I guess so. I can't explain time progression without interaction. Hence, I'm also panpsychist.

You need separation too. I believe unity and separation are key attributes of God, consciousness or existence.

For a form to function, it must have attributes that are distinct from other forms. This is separation. One molecule is separate from another. One cat is separate from a dolphin. One person is separate from another. One electron is separate from another.

On earth all forms are present together at the same time. The boundaries are loose between forms. In a mind, a form is perfectly separate from another form unless you choose to interact them.

Unity is the idea that all things are connected and separate. Which is simultaneously true. I want more unity and more separation.

Without separation we cannot have letters and words. Letters have a distinct meaning, but it is above our consciousness or needs to be studied in depth to understand.

It's a duality I find particularly interesting. This is why I believe nation or cultures need separation or one will extinguish the other, losing information or individuality. Also there is a natural order to forms - one form is better at cutting and another at stabbing. You can think of different forms of blade where this is true.



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// the idea that there is one cosmic consciousness and we are just one being in a thought //

Had you come across Christopher Langan, and his CTMU (cognitive-theoretic model of the universe)? I liked his concept of UBT (unbounded telesis), explained in this paper. He views the world via the prism of Model Theory (the theory about theories and formal languages), and makes a distinctive connection between ex-nihilo and intelligent design, through "Mind Equals Reality" principle, creating a basis for logical theology.

In that same sense, aliens are real, because we think about them, and make them part of computer games that soon will become indistinguishable from reality (so, they will be our thought, but at the same time real to experience).

// Separationn is just an illusion. //

I guess so. I can't explain time progression without interaction. Hence, I'm also panpsychist.



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