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Step 1 - N° 21

God – Does God Exist? (part 1)

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Before continuing along this path, I think it is important to take a few minutes to reflect on the concept of “God”. Before I start explaining my definition of what God is, I ask you to put aside everything you knew or thought you knew about Him, even just for a minute, at least to understand what I mean when I mention the word “God”. It doesn’t matter what your religion, beliefs or culture are; all of us have been indoctrinated since our childhood to associate the term “God” with a meaning that does not really belong to Him. Because of this program, we can no longer think of the term “God” without associating it with the beliefs we were forced to study, so we have no freedom of thought or personal experience. We are mentally compelled to associate God with a kind of faith that does not belong to us. It is not our nature to be faithful to a punishing God, a God who gets rich by trampling on people’s heads, a God who tells us to kill others. Actually, we are much closer to God than we are led to believe, we just don’t know how to communicate with Him, so we cannot feel Him.

Put aside what you have always studied about God and listen to what arises inside of you when you think of Him. If you think about the meanings that you have associated with the term God for all your life, so many conflicting – and sometimes negative – feelings will arise in you, almost making you think that you do not believe in God and that, if He really existed, He would certainly be an evil, punishing and selfish entity. This is not God, this is the Church. God is very far from the definition that they forced us to believe for all those years. So, do not focus on the theoretical meaning you were taught about God; focus on how you feel when you think of Him. The only way to detach ourselves, for a moment, from that negative meaning of the term “God” that they’ve planted in our minds like a nail, is to stop using that word and understand what He really is. So many spiritual people, for a certain period of their journey, have felt within them that they no longer wanted to mention that term, so that it would be cleaned up and reprogrammed with much more positive feelings. Many spiritualists choose to call it Universe, Universal Energy, Force or even Prana, to forget those negative feelings that life experiences or religious studies have led us to associate with that term. So, let’s talk about what that positive presence is, without mentioning that term, which was sullied by religious people themselves.

Does He exist? Let’s start from the principle that the Universe exists, and It is not a man or a woman, It is not an old man with a beard who judges and condemns us, but It’s the Universe. It has no sex because It is All. The Universe has a body and a mind, so It has a material appearance and a very large Consciousness. We already know the physical body of the Universe, more or less: it is all that surrounds us, all the planets, the galaxies; our planet is part of It, we ourselves are part of the Universe, because we compose It. The Universe, besides having a physical body, also possesses a very large and elevated Consciousness, extremely strong and positive. Try to think of the purest and most positive vibration that exists in the Universe, the most lovely, positive, life-loving and protective presence: that’s what it is, it’s the Consciousness of the Universe. The Prana, which we breathe and allows us to live, is the energy of the Universe, the brightest and purest energy that allows us to get closer to the understanding of what the Universal Consciousness really is, something that for millions of years has been making us feel itself. Across the ages, religion has taken control over people, forcing us to believe in a version of God that is quite different from what the true Divinities, including Jesus, had taught about Him. Religious people cannot understand what God is, so they humanize Him, associating Him with human feelings and features that He doesn’t have. Therefore, we were led to believe that God was more or less a slightly older human being, who watches us from Heaven, spying all day long not to help, but to judge us. If we make a mistake, He is there to punish us; if we have a nice, happy day, He is there to judge and make us feel guilty for being happy while there are people suffering in this world. God is not all this, He is not even remotely like a human being, let alone harboring our low feelings. Therefore, if you associate God with all those wrong definitions, it’s normal that you end up believing “God does not exist, it’s just a human invention”, because, in fact, you are right: the humanized god does not exist, that is only an invention to keep the weakest minds tamed in the name of “faith”. What really exists is the Universe, which has a physical body and a Consciousness, which is conscious of our existence.

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The Universe exists, there is no doubt about that, but what the greatest Psychic Masters have been trying to explain to humans across the ages, is that the Universe has a Consciousness, which is aware of our existence. Then, the inexperienced human tries to theorize this term, overthinking and associating it with all his obsessions. But those who have experience, those who have real personal experience with this Presence, they know that it is very different from any human structure and human idea we may have. We live inside the Universe, we are part of it, we compose it, and although we are not the only component, nor the most important, we are just as fundamental as any other planet and living being inside of it. We are very important in the eyes of the Universe: not the most important, nor the least important. The Universe is a bit like our physical body: we are made up of billions of cells, and each one is very important because it composes us; if they were not there, we wouldn’t exist. Our cells compose our organs and the rest of our body parts, which are all very important for us. None of these parts is more important or less important for our body, because all of them, in our eyes, are fundamental: even though you know you could live without a kidney, since your kidneys are working perfectly now, why would you decide to remove one? It would be unthinkable, because even though we know that we could potentially live without a kidney, we really don’t want to take one off only to find out if we live well or not. So, we know that if the kidney gets sick and we are forced to remove it, we could even live without it; but without a kidney, would it really be the exact same thing as having two? Of course not, that is why we would never give up a part of our body if it wasn’t really necessary to save our lives. In case we need to decide whether to remove a sick part of the body to save our lives, then we will decide to remove that part; but if it is not sick and it’s working perfectly, why would we ever give up that organ? The answer is the same for which the Universe has never given up on planet Earth and consequently on earthlings, because we, as humans, are as fundamental to its body as our kidneys, legs, hands and any part of our body are fundamental to us. If Earth’s life ended, the Universe would still survive, but it would not be the same, just as we could survive without a hand or our spleen, but it wouldn’t be the same thing. Consequently, the Universe cares a lot about planet Earth and about us for its own interest, because even though it could survive very well without us, it prefers us to live and be well. Moreover, planet Earth would not be the same without us, because it would be missing a fundamental part of its existence. We are not just ants walking on Earth’s soil, we are Consciousnesses that evolve and make the Earth’s Consciousness evolve through us. We are much more important than what the others – those who try to control and belittle us – want to make us believe.

This is not to be interpreted as a selfish thought, as if the Universe cared about us “just because we are part of it”; it would be much more selfish to think that the whole Universe thought only and exclusively of us, not caring about all the other living beings that exist. It’s interested in everyone, not just in us, but it doesn’t even exclude us from its mind. When a part of your body hurts, for example an important organ, you don’t get angry with it and you don’t blame it for the pain you feel, but you worry about it, you try to improve your lifestyle and habits (such as eating) to help that organ recover and improve its health. So you do not blame the organ for making you suffer, you do not punish or judge it, but you do everything you can to make it feel better, worrying about that pain which was a warning, as it could be the beginning of a worse problem. Obviously, the organ will not get offended if you are doing all this for yourself, to stop feeling that pain, because the organ doesn’t care why you do it, it only cares about being well and not getting sick. This is what, in short, the Universe does with us. It doesn’t punish or judge us when we feel bad or make mistakes, but it tries to help us solve that problem to make us feel good. However, this is only a brief summary of what the Universe does to us, because it is much more than that. It is that positive presence that we felt, sometimes, in our lives, but probably didn’t recognize as such, since the term “God” had always been explained to us differently from what it really is. So, we have created an idea about God that doesn’t exist, to leave out the presence that does exist and that we have felt sometimes.

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There were very painful moments in your life when you “invoked” and “prayed to” Him, in a human and religious way, and yet you felt like there was something really getting close to you to “accept your prayers”. Other times, however, it didn’t occur, and on these occasions you preferred to think that God didn’t exist or that He wasn’t good, instead of understanding that the mistake was yours, or rather in your way of communicating with Him, because no one has ever showed you the real, right way to do so. Religion doesn’t teach us how to communicate with God and there’s no way they teach us, because this is not their interest: religion has been manipulated to make us believe that without an intermediary (the priest, for the Catholics) we cannot reach God. In other words, religion forces us to believe that we are no one so we cannot communicate with God, and that the only way to get to Him is to ask for permission through the church in our city – to which we give our money – that will “introduce” us to His grace. So, religion makes us believe that if we don’t go to church we can’t communicate with God directly from our home, that if we are not baptized by the priest we won’t even be taken into consideration by God, and many other lies about which the true God doesn’t care at all. These ideas were imposed on us by those people who took advantage of our weaknesses to make money at our expense: but God doesn’t want this!

The true God, the one that has never been explained to us neither in school nor in religion textbooks, is a presence that is naturally present in and around us. We compose Him and, at the same time, He composes us. But it’s clear that the expression “God is within us, to find him we need to look inside of us” leaves us with more questions than answers, which is not a good thing. So, the real way to find Him and communicate with Him, is not to pray or speak, since the Universe doesn’t understand human words. We can communicate with God through precise techniques, such as, in the first place, Meditation, which is the basis of the universal language. Then, we can talk about how to learn, step by step, the rest of the universal “language” to communicate with Him. If it was easy to explain in two pages what God is, it wouldn’t have been necessary to write a whole book about it, in which I described all those personal experiences that allowed me to understand His existence, His power and how truly loving He would be towards us, if only we decided to summon Him. In fact, God is like Prana, or rather, Prana is part of God: it has always existed, but until you decide to meditate on the pranic breathing, it doesn’t get close to you nor fills you up inside. As Prana must be summoned through practice, also God must be recalled, so that He can be part of your life and help you face your difficult moments, but not only that. In fact, not only can He help us in moments of fear and difficulty, but also in our happy moments, improving them and making them last even longer. That is why God is not a man who judges or punishes us; those are just the ideas we made of Him. He is something much greater and much more intelligent that the human mind cannot understand with its logic, since the Universe and life don’t follow our human logic, let alone the logic of those who have no knowledge nor experience of it. The Universe follows its instinctiveness, creates and gives life to what it wants, and only afterwards we, as humans, try to explain these events with rationality; but let’s be clear, the opposite never occurs! We should understand that God doesn’t follow our ideas, but His own instinctive and positive choices, which we can try to understand through experience and direct communication with Him. Without a direct communication, we would just endlessly invent other theories, never approaching the truth.

He is the most positive thing that exists in this Universe, since He Himself is the Consciousness of this Universe. He has known us for a long time, as this is not the first life for many of us. Even if we don’t remember who we are and we don’t know why we are here, He knows us and recognizes us from time to time, because He is an extremely intelligent and evolved Consciousness. It doesn’t matter if you want to call it Universe, Cosmic Energy, Force, or any of the other words you’d rather use to avoid the term “God”. What really matters is that you connect to Him and understand how important it is to know the Truth about Him, a truth that has been tarnished and completely overturned to keep us far away from the Awakening. Knowing God allows us to awaken and emerge from the huge illusion that suffocates us. The Universe is not routine, it’s not chaos, nor daily suffering. The Universe is the most positive essence that exists, the highest vibration, the most loving presence that will allow you to understand how He is everything you have always been looking for, if only you let Him enter your life.

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What you have always been looking for is that positive presence in your life that fills you up with strength when you’re feeling weak, and makes you feel comfortable even when you’re facing the hardest, unknown trials. What you’re looking for is that essence which makes you realize who you are, why you’re here and what you need to do to feel truly useful, satisfied, fulfilled. If you let Him be there for you, He can make you feel important to this world, even when everyone around you is trying to make you feel like a burden. He knows who you are, so He can help you remember the truth about yourself. You have maybe refused to name Him because of the negative associations you probably got used to, and that’s okay, because it doesn’t matter how you call Him, what really counts is that you find Him. His kindness characterizes His presence, because when you know His true identity you realize that it’s never accompanied by negative feelings nor actions such as punishing or judging, because He is not what sanctimonious people define. The Universe just wants to live and expand, and to do so, it gives life and continues to protect what already exists. But if the Universe is so busy protecting life, it means that something is constantly trying to get in the way of it, and that is the Darkness. Of course, we are not talking about the “devil”, which is just the representation of a demon and not the representation of the true darkness, that is also very different from what the religion taught us.

What hurts, what causes pain or suffering events, isn’t God for sure: this is the Darkness, a completely different presence, which is detached from God. The most misguided idea that people can get is to associate God with Darkness as if they were two sides of the same coin, but this theory is very far from the truth. God is a kind of presence, while the Darkness is a totally different one. When you suffer, when you feel abandoned, it’s not God punishing you: it’s the Darkness that is hitting you. Blaming God for our sufferings is wrong, because He’s not the cause: the Darkness is the only one guilty of our bad experiences and sad moments. God is fighting the Darkness to keep it away from us, but it’s not as easy as we think; in fact, the Darkness strikes us so many times during our lives, proving that there is a psychic war going on, much bigger than we can imagine. To make things worse, we humans continue to go against God, also blaming Him for our sufferings, as if He did not have enough difficulties to face during His battles against the Darkness. But even these beliefs – which make us think that God has nothing to do all day long except observing us from heaven and judging every action or word we say – come from religious indoctrination. One way or another, we were led to believe that God has nothing to do but punish, watch and judge us all the time. The truth about God is very far from any religion: none of them told the absolute truth about Him, and this is not a coincidence! Religions were decided by some individuals who exploited people’s faith to tame them by this power; if we look at history with attentive eyes, we realize how many people, for centuries, revealed how religions were already corrupted and designed to keep us tied. God is not interested in money, but some people are so blinded by it that they decide to completely distance the others from the truth and from their evolution. The power over human minds is something very dark, which we have naively underestimated for all our lives, thus ignoring the barriers of ignorance. In other words, we preferred to believe the religious version about God instead of listening to our true instincts that would allow us to know the truth; or, even worse, we believed that God did not exist because of the way He was described by our religion. Now, we have the possibility to listen to our instinct, through Meditation, and sense the true presence of God, no matter which term we use to identify Him. If the term “God” still makes you think too much of the humanized God, then call it Universe, or whatever you like; but listen to your Heart Chakra and connect to Him through Meditation, because this is the only way to discover the truth about Him.

This is just a brief introduction, which is not enough to explain what God really is, but it helps you understand that His world is much larger than what you previously believed. For this reason, we will deal with this concept again and periodically, not only in theory, but also through guided techniques that will allow you, if you wish, to practice the connection to God, so that you can feel Him and perceive His presence in your own experience. The path I’m teaching you through this Academy is not God-centered, so even if you decide you don’t want to know anything about Him, it won’t be a problem: you can continue your journey in ACD omitting this topic as long as you want. If, on the other hand, you wish to deepen this topic, practicing the techniques to find out more about His existence personally, your thirst for knowledge will be satisfied. Of course, if you don’t want to wait and you’re in a hurry to learn more, you can find many answers in my book “Does God exist? Yes, and He knows who you are, but you don’t know who He is” (this book is currently available only in Italian).

Now that you’ve learned – albeit briefly – my definition of God, we can continue with the main topics of this 1st Step, because each of them is extremely connected to the other, so that together they amplify each other. In the next articles we will explore Chakras, Thought, Meditation, and then we will discover new topics that we haven’t mentioned yet, which will help you find some answers to your bigger questions. Keep on reading and remember to leave a comment below to let us know your appreciation.

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  • Mery - 10:00 29/09/23

    Mi hanno insegnato a temere Dio, a temere di pensare perché Dio sentiva anche i miei pensieri. Quando il tuo genitore stesso lo teme, te lo inculca molto di più. Ma una forza interiore già all'età di 7, 8 anni mi spingeva ad identificare il mio Dio su altre prospettive, vedendolo riflesso su un tramonto, sulla rugiada. Da piccola andavo verso Dio compiendo delle lunghe passeggiate in campagna, lo vedevo riflesso su tutto ciò che era vita, vivo. Salire la collina per arrivare su una distesa prateria di margherite mi faceva sentire connessa a Dio, l, aria, il vento che accarezzava la mia pelle, i raggi del sole che mi scaldava o il cuore. Osservare e perdersi nel blu infinito del cielo e desiderare di dormire supra una nuvola, bianchissima e compatta, come le si vedevano 30 anni fa. Mi connettevo a Dio in questo modo. Andare in chiesa era un rituale imposto, ma cercavo Dio nella luce, osservavo il riflesso del sole che cercava di entrare attraverso i vetri colorati, ascoltavo il mio cuore, cercavo di sentire la sua positività la sua capienza che riempiva lo spazio intorno a me. Crescendo verso i 12,13 anni mi sono scontrata col prete del paese, Don Sergio, provavo ribrezzo per la sua falsità, era un falso, sentivo dentro di me la sua doppia vita, sapevo che non credeva a ciò che inculcava al prossimo. Oltre che scroccare soldi, pranzi e regali dalle bigotte peccatrice, giudicava il mio comportamento ribelle. Si chiedeva come mai ero l, unica del paese che non confessa a i suoi peccati. Gli rispondevo di non aver bisogno di sputtanare la mia vita a lui, che Dio sapeva già tutto di me. A quel punto mi ribadiva di non azzardarti a prendere l, ostia che non ne ero degna. Ad ogni messa terminata mi mandava qualche bigotta a dirmi di non lasciare la chiesa che mi voleva parlare. Aspettando dietro nel suo ufficio vedevo bigotte portare agnelli, selvaggina, prosciutti, a chi a quel scroccone? Dopo la fila interminabile mi fa entrare e mi chiede, voglio parlare con tua madre, ti opporro di venire a tutte le messe tutti i giorni, altrimenti ti rinnego la cresima. Fai pure, rispondevo, per me rimani sempre e per sempre un finto prete, scroccone, falso. Ci odievamo a vicenda, lui odiava di me il mio vedere Dio, io odiavo di lui le sue finte credenze per uno stipendio, oltre a dirglielo. Non ho fatto la cresima, nonostante ho dovuto imparare tutti i versetti a memoria dell'antico e nuovo testamento, tutte le preghiere, tutto ciò ed oltre che possa esistere come studio, mi ha fatto frequentare due messe al giorno dal lunedì al lunedì, insomma due anni di punizione con la promessa ai miei genitori che mi avrebbe ammessa alla cresima, per poi dopo due anni di puro calvario non ammettermi. Purtroppo era anche l, insegnante di religione a scuola, e a scuola gli andavo contro dicendogli che qui non era un prete, che mai sarebbe stato per me il messaggero di Dio, che Dio non sapeva neanche della sua esistenza, che era solo uno scroccone e un grande peccatore. Lo martoriavo di brutto. Non ho messo più piede dentro una chiesa.

    • Mery - 10:06 29/09/23

      Riguardo a questo documento, sono d'accordo in molte prospettive, sento che quel che hai scritto è dettato dalle tue esperienze, condivido a pieno il tuo sentire Dio. Io ovviamente non ho esperienze così forti da confermare ciò che scrivi, ma a cuor mio sento che è la strada più giusta.

  • dafnead - 14:51 21/09/23

    Dio è un argomento tanto vasto quanto complesso da concepire in tutta la sua totalità, per lo meno con la nostra mente umana... Cerco di percepirlo quando medito perché non riesco altrimenti... Durante le giornate tendo a dimenticarmi della sua esistenza o presenza ma d'ora in poi voglio provare a percepire la sua presenza in momenti qualsiasi della giornata. E' difficile togliersi i condizionamenti che ci sono stati fatti tutta la nostra vita su chi sarebbe Dio. E' difficile non umanizzarlo perché è difficile immaginarselo come uno spirito che vive, che "pensa", che è onnipresente e che ha un anima ma che non ha un corpo fisico come lo intendiamo noi. Immagino ci voglia tempo per cominciare a conoscerlo davvero per chi è veramente.

  • Marin76 - 14:10 20/09/23

    La religione ipocrita ci allontana dai nostri veri strumenti, mi chiedo come si possa non vedere questo

  • angelia - 01:24 19/09/23

    Wow...this was mind blowing but not surprising. When I discovered a few years back that everything I had learned about everything in life was a lie,it was very disheartening. It literally shattered me. I was born and raised Catholic, left that faith at 35. Became non-denominational, ordained a minister, Affirmed as a come to the knowledge that it was all lies, was the worse. I am beyond excited to learn more and know the True God, Source the Divine. I tell people all the time, we are so far from God we don't even realize. I felt that in my spirit not even knowing how accurate I was, not knowing how to truly find Him. It amazes me to know praying is not the answer...SMH!!! Thank you

  • Saras2021 Medaglia per aver completato lo Step 1 - 00:29 18/09/23

    L'argomento dio rimane uno dei più affascinanti e le tecniche per comunicare con lui sono fondamentali. Purtroppo anche io avevo un'idea del Tutto sbagliata su dio derivata dalla religione. Sicuramente però sapevo che non poteva essere reale quello che la chiesa propagandava. Sapere di essere parte di un essere così grande e benevolo già di per sé ti fa stare bene.

  • georgia - 19:09 17/09/23

    Grazie per questo audio che considero un seme. Avendo riascoltato la 2 volta mi sono sentita più vicino a quanto detto rispetto al primo ascolto.

  • morenos - 17:51 13/09/23

    Questo argomento tocca una corda profonda dentro di me. Non so spiegare perché, ma provo una commozione e mi viene la pelle d'oca quando si parla di Dio in questo modo. Ho acquistato il libro di Angel ed è semplicemente straordinario. Fin da bambino, ho sempre intuito che nella chiesa e nella religione ci fosse qualcosa di manipolato, ma allo stesso tempo ho sempre nutrito una profonda fede in Dio. Grazie a Angel, ora posso approfondire e comprendere meglio chi è Dio e chi sono io. Grazie.

  • cassidy - 17:13 13/09/23

    Quanta verità in questo documento, mi ci ritrovo tanto proprio perché grazie al primo libro sulla Reincarnazione (di Angel), che mi è piaciuto moooltissimo, ho potuto avere una prima introduzione riguardo Dio e pertanto ho potuto capire che ciò che avevo appreso in passato era totalmente sbagliato, fuorviante o moooolto incompleto. Infatti dopo aver appreso queste cose, come c’è scritto anche qui in questo documento, ho deciso per un piccolo periodo di per ripulire questa dinamica da tutte le informazioni sbagliate apprese negli anni (prima di conoscere l’Accademia). Proprio perché ritengo che il concetto di Dio sia così importante e prezioso, ad alti livelli, che per me stessa non basta solo avere una visione finalmente chiara…ma voglio davvero riprogrammare con sentimenti più positivi, anche se ci vorrà del tempo ma non sarà tempo sprecato! Infatti sicuramente leggere il libro scritto da Angel riguardo Dio potrà aiutarmi certamente a riprogrammare con sentimenti puri e di reale amore nei suoi confronti. Ciò non toglie che, nel mentre, intendo impegnarmi (se potessi anche fin da subito) per aiutarlo a rimuovere l’oscurità che attanaglia tutto l’Universo (ossia il suo corpo fisico). Ad ogni modo, secondo me, la Chiesa andrebbe chiusa immediatamente, cancellata, cessando proprio di esistere in questo momento, per tutto quello che ha fatto in passato di atroce alle persone spirituali (bruciandoli vivi) e che continua a fare attualmente di oscuro e nascosto ….il “bello” è che spesso dichiarano di agire in nome di Dio quando invece lo fanno per l’oscurità…quanta amarezza e rabbia, è un’ingiustizia! Grazie mille Angel per questa bellissima lezione 😊

  • jael - 21:57 11/09/23

    Devo ammettere che anche a me è capitato, a un certo punto della mia vita, di provare un senso di imbarazzo nell'utilizzare il termine Dio e di provare una sorta di imbarazzo, fino a giungere al distacco dai dogmi, benché non dal concetto di spiritualità. Ancora oggi ho un po' di fatica a utilizzare la parola Dio e tendo a privilegiare altre definizioni. Eppure non credo che la responsabilità sia della religione e dei suoi concetti (almeno non di tutte le religioni). Benché l'idea di un Dio giudicante e punitivo appartenga ad alcune di esse e al vecchi testamento, per molte altre, Cristianesimo incluso, Dio è Amore puro e incondizionato. La responsabilità della confusione di alcuni concetti e interpretazioni, che talvolta risultano contraddittorie, credo dipenda dagli ordinamenti religiosi, costituiti, di fatto, da uomini. E alcuni uomini, benché ammantati da un'autoproclamata spiritualità, rispondono piuttosto alle frequenze del Low e al proprio lato oscuro. Ciò che molte religioni raccontano sono metafore, spiegate con un linguaggio comprensibile per la cultura dell'epoca, e a ben guardare, e a seguirne la corretta interpretazione, è comprensibile anche oggi. Diversi concetti sono simili a quelli qui espressi. Purtroppo, in alcuni casi, gli ordinamenti religiosi hanno deciso di alterare queste interpretazioni, o renderle esplicite solo a beneficio di alcuni iniziati, anziché di tutti i fedeli. Un po' perché diversamente sarebbe venuto meno il loro ruolo di intermediari, un po', probabilmente, per timore che determinate facoltà giungessero in mani errate. Di fatto, però, alcuni di essi hanno fatto prevalere nel tempo la propria bassa frequenza, trasformandosi da custodi e divulgatori del "potere spirituale", in detentori di un potere materialistico, ben poco differente dal così detto potere temporale.

  • giusepp - 08:07 09/09/23

    Un interessante definizione di Dio, o principio primo, o GADU, come qualcuno ama definire. In questa riflessione emerge il concetto di immanenza e trascendenza che è nell'essenza di Dio. Vivekavanda, un guru indiano, allievo di un maestro illuminato, dava la seguente definizione che racchiude un pensiero molto ampio. "L'uomo è un cerchio la cui circonferenza è in ogni luogo, e il suo centro è in un Punto; Dio, è un cerchio la cui circonferenza è in ogni luogo e il suo centro è "Ovunque".

  • Lisarahma 🌺 - 14:47 08/09/23

    Grazie per tute queste conferme che sto avendo doop 22 anni di vagabondaggio tra una religione e l'altra tra un pensiero e l'altro. Quello che nella mia coscienza hi sempre pensato/sentito si stanno man mano chiarifica di con questo illuminante corso , grazie infinite 🙏🏻💞🌿☀️

  • sabros - 16:24 04/09/23

    Io ho sempre pensato che Dio non fosse come ce lo Hanno descritto le religioni anche perché ci sono molte incoerenze condivido di più la spiegazione sopra descritta , grazie del contributo.

  • Jasmina - 21:36 31/08/23

    Non riesco a smettere di voler continuare assiduamente a conoscere e apprendere, sarò ripetitiva ma sento vibrare in me tutte queste informazioni e mi danno gioia, fin da piccola mi son posta interrogativi e ( fortunatamente), non ho mai sopportato le imposizioni a credere e basta senza spiegazioni e senza domande da porre. Grazie 🙏

  • nadiae79 - 12:02 28/08/23

    Credo nel Dio che ha creato l’uomo e non nel Dio che l’uomo ha creato. Anni fa lessi questa frase e l’ho fatta mia. Non ho mai pensato che fosse come lo descrive la chiesa e che fosse lì a punirci e a giudicarci. Però pensavo che ci sottoponesse a delle prove per evolverci spiritualmente. A quanto pare niente è più lontano da questo. Sono molto interessata a saperne di più e imparare a connettermi con lui.

  • barbara0103 - 07:42 28/08/23

    Dopo aver letto la prima volta l'articolo mi sono sentita come se qualcuno finalmente parlasse la mia stessa lingua. Ho conprato il libro di Angel e l'ho letto in 15 giorni, finalmente un testo che parla di Dio in modo umano, diretto, che fa capire come comunicare con Lui. Fin da piccola sapevo che c'era qualcosa oltre, qualcosa di più di quello che mi raccontavano su Dio. Ho fatto anche studi teologici consegendo una laurea, ma era tutto "asettico" privo di calore. Finalmente un libro che comunica con il cuore. GRAZIE!!!!!

    • Tina Vanacore - 17:00 01/09/23

      Io l'ho sempre cercato Dio fin dalla prima comunione credevo di averlo trovato nei testimoni di Geova ma no non era così. E tuttora sono alla ricerca di Dio per come l'ho sentito io infatti ora capisco tante cose nel testo di Angel