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 The Divine Creator Of All

The divine creator of all is the ultimate force that governs the universe. It is the source of all life and the foundation of all existence. Its power and wisdom are beyond human comprehension, yet its presence can be felt in every aspect of our lives. It is the embodiment of love, compassion, and justice, and it guides us on our journey through life.

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Omnism

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The belief in all religions

This is my simple religion.

There is no need for temples,

no need for complicated philosophy.

Our own brain,

our own heart is our temple;

the philosophy is kindness.

Dali Lama

Abstract Soundscape - Omnism & Pantheism
Abstract Soundscape - Omnism & Pantheism
Abstract Soundscape - Omnism & Pantheism
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Abstract Soundscape - Omnism & Pantheism

Brahman

Brahman is a concept in Hinduism that refers to the ultimate reality, the supreme being, and the source of all existence. It is often described as an infinite, eternal, and unchanging reality that transcends all dualities and is the essence of everything in the universe. Brahman is considered to be the ultimate goal of human existence, and the realization of its true nature is said to lead to liberation from the cycle of birth and death. The concept of Brahman is central to Hindu philosophy and spirituality, and has been the subject of much debate and interpretation throughout history.

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The 12 Universal laws are:

  1. The Law of Divine Oneness

  2. The Law of Vibration

  3. The Law of Action

  4. The Law of Correspondence

  5. The Law of Cause and Effect

  6. The Law of Compensation

  7. The Law of Attraction

  8. The Law of Perpetual Transmutation of Energy

  9. The Law of Relativity

  10. The Law of Polarity

  11. The Law of Rhythm

  12. The Law of Gender

The 12 Universal Laws are a set of principles that govern the universe and everything in it. These laws are believed to be the foundation of all creation and are said to be immutable and unchanging. They include the Law of Attraction, the Law of Cause and Effect, the Law of Vibration, the Law of Polarity, among others. Understanding and applying these laws can help individuals achieve their goals and live a more fulfilling life.

Energy & The 12 Universal Laws

The law of energy is a fundamental principle of physics that states that energy cannot be created or destroyed only transformed from one form to another. This means that the total amount of energy in a closed system remains constant over time. The law of energy has many practical applications, from understanding how energy transferred in a power plant to explaining how a roller coaster works. By understanding the law of energy, we can better appreciate the role that energy plays in our daily lives and the world around us.

The 12 universal laws

are thought to be intrinsic,

unchanging laws of our universe

that ancient cultures

have always intuitively known.

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The Christ Consciousness

The Christ Consciousness is a spiritual concept that refers to the state of being fully aware of one's divine nature and connection to the universe. It is often associated with the teachings of Jesus Christ, who embodied this state of consciousness and encouraged his followers to do the same. The Christ Consciousness is characterized by love, compassion, and a deep sense of inner peace, and is said to be accessible to anyone who seeks it through meditation, prayer, and other spiritual practices.

Jesus re-plied,
" It does not come with observation, or with outward show,
Behold,
the kingdom of God is within you."

The kingdom of heaven, that Jesus and John spoke of, was the spiritual light which Jesus brought with him and proclaimed unto the world. Before that time the people, especially in and about Capernaum* were living in spiritual darkness and in the shadow of spiritual death. Jesus desired to lead them out of that condition by preaching unto them a better way of life through which they could reach the kingdom of heaven or a condition of happiness.

 

Paul said, " The kingdom of heaven is not meat and drink, but right-eousness and peace and joy in the Holy Ghost."Rom. xiv. 17. The kingdom of God and the kingdom of heaven mean the same thing as used in these references. " But seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness and all these things shall be added unto you."

Matt. vi. 33. The kingdom of heaven pertained to this life and to the earth condition. The apostles were instructed to heal the sick, and say unto them, " The kingdom of God is come nigh unto you."

 

Luke x. 9, 11. The Pharisees desired to know of Jesus when the kingdom of God should come. Jesus re-plied, " It does not come with observation, or with outward show, Behold, the kingdom of God is within you." Luke xvii. 20, 21. We all have the power of having the kingdom of heaven, or God, within our own bosoms, by proper living, proper meditation, and proper acting, or we can have the other condition if we wish. It is all within ourselves. Jesus, knowing the philosophy of life and the way to promote the condition of happiness on earth, came preaching that the" kingdom of heaven is at hand.

Gregorian Chant

If you would like to listen to traditional chant take

a listen to the enchanting soul stiring Patrick Lenk

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