I recently realised that what I have always been writing about was beyond a non-evolutionary consciousness, a consciousness that doesn't want to change, this change of course takes one to let go of any present fixations to existing ideological concepts. I have changed the title of this blog for exactly this reason from The World of True Spiritual Acceptance to Evolutionary Consciousness. Allow yourself to evolve.
I thought I would share a few comments from a post titled
Faith, Mysticism & Philosophy to Science from Google community.
I don't think an atheist would have just flat-out reject
fire. I believe that one such man/woman would simply conclude that he/she has
no way of explaining the phenomenon.
Now, something that is a very common theme in all of
humanity is our inward instinct to want to know everything. Our brain, by its
nature, doesn't like not knowing everything. If we can't deduce a plausible
solution, we make one up.
Besides, as a caveman/woman, I would just be thankful that
the fire existed, because our ability to control fire is what led us to become
what we are today.
So what's the difference between fire & God or faith?
Atheists don't accept there being a God so with the same logic they wouldn't
accept fire either, they couldn't if they used the same logical thinking
process, it's logically impossible.
What they did use was faith, faith within the fire without
being able to logically understand how it was & how it worked so what's the
difference between that & a God or faith of today?
I'm a spiritually aware agnostic if I was going to give what
I believe a label which makes me a little more open minded to different
perceptions than most atheists so I can open my mind up to more possibilities
than a closed minded atheists obviously.
Logic points to people creating religion to explain what
they don't understand. I don't see how an atheist caveman's reaction to fire
has any connection. I'm sure the caveman(atheist or theist) would think fire
was magic and would keep a cautious distance. Maybe they might think it's a
message from a higher life form. Again, logic points to magic being the answer
when the answer is unclear. Some of us will reserve judgement until more facts
are in... Others will blindly cling to the first answer they hear.
We don't understand the human brain to it's fullest extent
but that's not of religion & neither is the universe because we can't even
agree in how it was first created & what about everything else we don't
understand about it.
If we used the same logical deductive reasoning that
atheists use today that we have with God or faith the cave man fire wouldn't
exist but it does obviously because we can see it but an atheists couldn't accept
this because it's not of any logic within their awareness or knowing. This same
concept is used to formulate an idea that God can't exist or that faith is
God or what I call consciousness collectively or not is like
the fire, it exists because we exist, in other words we are proof of a creative
consciousness or God exists, just because we can't logically give it definition
yet doesn't mean it doesn't exist.
A thousand years ago there was no way we could ever take
flight because that was logically impossible at the time. Logic changes with
our conscious awareness however some logic like atheist logic hasn't by the
looks of it. If it's not logical at the
time it can never exist, strange atheist concepts I have to admit however the
concepts of agnosticism are quite different.