Previously posted on quantumactivist.com
My thought is that this forum is for clergy to discuss the question of “God/dess” within science or is it the melding of science with God/dess or the other way around. In either case my questions (until new questions turn up) are:
How has Quantum Activist movie changed your “God/dess” view? For me it was “I thought so”.
How has it impacted your life? It feels freeing to me. I can’t quite put my finger on it but it feels quieting and comforting.
Have you changed the way you preach? I believe I have come more firm in my convictions; more “knowing/wisdom” in my soul. I have more hope in the world and the abilities of the consciousness of this planet to “do the right thing”.
Has it changed what you preach? I don’t believe it has. I think though that my viewpoint has changed somewhat in the “what is diety” question.
Has your “creation story” changed? Yes and I believe it more too.
Have you seen where other religions are going and the similarity to yours? Can you see, as a result, the end of war for relgiousness sake? In other words, I feel we are all the same reaching for our ultimate reality. What’s there to fight about?
Or, even, is religion necessary in this world? I didn’t say God/dess was unnessary. I am discussing religion here. So, don’t get crazy. Just answer the question.
So, your answers? Questions?
As clergy, as are all teachers, we have the ability to be in a position to “do the right thing”. People trust us. As clergy we HAVE to enquire and question our faith to be sure that we are “doing the right thing”.
I find it a hard/easy job and one that the guiding hand hasn’t given me much choice about. I’ve learned to find it funny the ways She goes about it though.
Blessed be All and have a hug full day,