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Why would God want to experience human life through us?

 
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Why would an omnipotent, omniscient and omnipresent being such a God do something retarded as to experience human life?
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We are all part of the same, not separate.
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I like this explanation. hf

Excerpted from pages 20/21 of: CONVERSATIONS
WITH GOD
Book 1
an uncommon dialogue
NEALE DONALD WALSCH
1995
My link is dead but it is available on-line for free if you look.
"Yes. Let me explain it to you this way:
In the beginning, that which Is is all there was, and there was nothing else. Yet All
That Is could not know itself—because All That Is is all there was, and there was
nothing else. And so, All That Is… was not. For in the absence of something else,
All That Is, is not.
This is the great Is/Not Is to which mystics have referred from the beginning of time.
Now All That Is knew it was all there was—but this was not enough, for it could only
know its utter magnificence conceptually, not experientially. Yet the experience of
itself is that for which it longed, for it wanted to know what it felt like to be so
magnificent. Still, this was impossible, because the very term “magnificent” is a
relative term. All That Is could not know what it felt like to be magnificent unless that
which is not showed up. In the absence of that which is not, that which IS, is not.
Do you understand this?
I think so. Keep going.
Alright The one thing that All That Is knew is that there was nothing else. And so It
could, and would, never know Itself from a reference point outside of Itself. Such a
point did not exist. Only one reference point existed, and that was the single place
within. The “Is-Not Is.” The Am-Not Am.
Still, the All of Everything chose to know Itself experientially.
This energy—this pure, unseen, unheard, unobserved, and therefore unknown-byanyone-
else energy—chose to experience Itself as the utter magnificence It was. In
order to do this, It realized It would have to use a reference point within.
It reasoned, quite correctly, that any portion of Itself would necessarily have to be
less than the whole, and that if It thus simply divided Itself into portions, each
portion, being less than the whole, could look back on the rest of Itself and see
magnificence.
And so All That Is divided Itself—becoming, in one glorious moment, that which is
this, and that which is that. For the first time, this and that existed, quite apart from
each other. And still, both existed simultaneously. As did all that was neither.
Thus, three elements suddenly existed: that which is here. That which is there. And
that which is neither here nor there—but which must exist for here and there to exist.
It is the nothing which holds the everything. It is the non-space which holds the
space. It is the all which holds the parts.
Can you understand this?
Are you following this?
I’m going to go further. Now this nothing which holds the everything is what some
people call God. Yet that is not accurate, either, for it suggests that there is
something God is not—namely, everything that is not “nothing.” But I am All Things
—seen and unseen—so this description of Me as the Great Unseen—the No-Thing,
or the Space Between, an essentially Eastern mystical definition of God, is no more
accurate than the essentially Western practical description of God as all that is seen.
Those who believe that God is All That Is and All That Is Not, are those whose
understanding is correct.
Now in creating that which is “here” and that which is “there,” God made it possible
for God to know Itself. In the moment of this great explosion from within, God
created relativity—the greatest gift God ever gave to Itself. Thus, relationship is the
greatest gift God ever gave to you, a point to be discussed in detail later.
From the No-Thing thus sprang the Everything—a spiritual event entirely consistent,
incidentally, with what your scientists call The Big Bang theory. As the elements of all raced forth, time was created, for a thing was first here, then it was there—and
the period it took to get from here to there was measurable.
Just as the parts of Itself which are seen began to define themselves, “relative” to
each other, so, too, did the parts which are unseen. God knew that for love to exist
—and to know itself as pure love—its exact opposite had to exist as well. So God
voluntarily created the great polarity—the absolute opposite of love—everything that
love is not—what is now called fear. In the moment fear existed, love could exist as
a thing that could be experienced.
It is this creation of duality between love and its opposite which humans refer to in
their various mythologies as the birth of evil, the fall of Adam, the rebellion of Satan,
and so forth.
Just as you have chosen to personify pure love as the character you call God, so
have you chosen to personify abject fear as the character you call the devil.
Some on Earth have established rather elaborate mythologies around this event,
complete with scenarios of battles and war, angelic soldiers and devilish warriors,
the forces of good and evil, of light and dark.
This mythology has been mankind’s early attempt to understand, and tell others in a
way they could understand, a cosmic occurrence of which the human soul is deeply
aware, but of which the mind can barely conceive.
In rendering the universe as a divided version of Itself, God produced, from pure
energy, all that now exists—both seen and unseen. In other words, not only was the
physical universe thus created, but the metaphysical universe as well. The part of
God which forms the second half of the Am/Not Am equation also exploded into an
infinite number of units smaller than the whole. These energy units you would call
spirits. In some of your religious mythologies it is stated that “God the Father” had
many spirit children. This parallel to the human experiences of life multiplying Itself
seems to be the only way the masses could be made to hold in reality the idea of
the sudden appearance—the sudden existence—of countless spirits in the
“Kingdom of Heaven.”
In this instance, your mythical tales and stories are not so far from ultimate reality—
for the endless spirits comprising the totality of Me are, in a cosmic sense, My
offspring.
My divine purpose in dividing Me was to create sufficient parts of Me so that I could
know Myself experientially. There is only one way for the Creator to know Itself
experientially as the Creator, and that is to create. And so I gave to each of the
countless parts of Me (to all of My spirit children) the same power to create which I
have as the whole.
This is what your religions mean when they say that you were created in the “image
and likeness of God.” This doesn’t mean, as some have suggested, that our
physical bodies look alike (although God can adopt whatever physical form God
chooses for a particular purpose). It does mean that our essence is the same. We
are composed of the same stuff. We ARE the “same stuff”! With all the same
properties and abilities—including the ability to create physical reality out of thin air."-God hi hf
'Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind.' - Dr. Seuss
'love has no opposite as it is the divine solvent that ends duality.' - m'Lord
'Be the love that you are' -m'Lord
The amount of love and good feelings you have at the end of your life is equal to the love and good feelings you create during your life.- mine
What will get you from here to there most quickly is total honesty—
being willing to assert, acknowledge, and declare exactly how you feel about a thing.
Say your truth—kindly, but fully and completely. Live your truth, gently, but totally
and consistently. Change your truth easily and quickly when your experience brings
you new clarity.-God

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how if we put neale in jungle without single penny ?
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how if we put neale in jungle without single penny ?
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in 6 month he will become wild beast :p
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I think all those who died before Jesus were locked up in prison, so Jesus had to die to pay the price for their release. And also pave way for future generations.

1 Peter 3:19 By which also he went and preached unto the spirits in prison;

Jesus is coming to live with us in new earth so i guess He has to be like us
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Our Oneness is far far holier than you will ever thought.

Human is just a tiny tiny tiny tiny tiny tiny tiny tiny mini-scale tips of an iceberg of what all other gazillions upon gazillions upon gazillions of different life-forms in the multi-universes

To top it all off .. Duality make up 00000000000000000000000000000.01% of our universe.

And I want you to counts all the spirits out there both in life-forms and free-forms in all dimensions.

Now think about it little children.

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Every living thing is a little piece of God. Humanity is God's way of keeping the aspects of Himself that God likes, and getting rid of aspects of Himself that God doesn't like.
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He created us, but he is different than us, to know what man when throw he had to know by being in the same body as man, not so hard to understand, he knew what we did, not why we had a hard time at being the way we are, he did it and gave use away to help us.
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Why would an omnipotent, omniscient and omnipresent being such a God do something retarded as to experience human life?
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Yes, God, why would you?
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Because nobody would follow his new covenant if himself wouldn't have experienced it in the flesh, experienced it perfectly should i say, because as revelation explains, he the Son, is the only one worthy to open the scroll of the judgement, that implies us, the sons of man can't achieve a perfect walk on the Earth without sinning a single time, but anyone that overcomes and sticks to the way, is, i believe, somehow over the top because he/her doesn't have a straight divine background in the first place.
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Why would an omnipotent, omniscient and omnipresent being such a God do something retarded as to experience human life?
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Because you can't be all knowing if there is nothing to know. In order to know everything, everything has to occur, and the only way to truly know everything is to be one with it.
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Why would an omnipotent, omniscient and omnipresent being such a God do something retarded as to experience human life?
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He wouldn't.

One-god theory is a man-made concept along with the silly "worship" concept...begging an invisible friend for magical powers.
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Why would an omnipotent, omniscient and omnipresent being such a God do something retarded as to experience human life?
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Nobody reliably says God does that.

What makes you think God experiences anything through people?
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I like this explanation. hf

Excerpted from pages 20/21 of: CONVERSATIONS
WITH GOD
Book 1
an uncommon dialogue
NEALE DONALD WALSCH
1995
My link is dead but it is available on-line for free if you look.
"Yes. Let me explain it to you this way:
In the beginning, that which Is is all there was, and there was nothing else. Yet All
That Is could not know itself—because All That Is is all there was, and there was
nothing else. And so, All That Is… was not. For in the absence of something else,
All That Is, is not.
This is the great Is/Not Is to which mystics have referred from the beginning of time.
Now All That Is knew it was all there was—but this was not enough, for it could only
know its utter magnificence conceptually, not experientially. Yet the experience of
itself is that for which it longed, for it wanted to know what it felt like to be so
magnificent. Still, this was impossible, because the very term “magnificent” is a
relative term. All That Is could not know what it felt like to be magnificent unless that
which is not showed up. In the absence of that which is not, that which IS, is not.
Do you understand this?
I think so. Keep going.
Alright The one thing that All That Is knew is that there was nothing else. And so It
could, and would, never know Itself from a reference point outside of Itself. Such a
point did not exist. Only one reference point existed, and that was the single place
within. The “Is-Not Is.” The Am-Not Am.
Still, the All of Everything chose to know Itself experientially.
This energy—this pure, unseen, unheard, unobserved, and therefore unknown-byanyone-
else energy—chose to experience Itself as the utter magnificence It was. In
order to do this, It realized It would have to use a reference point within.
It reasoned, quite correctly, that any portion of Itself would necessarily have to be
less than the whole, and that if It thus simply divided Itself into portions, each
portion, being less than the whole, could look back on the rest of Itself and see
magnificence.
And so All That Is divided Itself—becoming, in one glorious moment, that which is
this, and that which is that. For the first time, this and that existed, quite apart from
each other. And still, both existed simultaneously. As did all that was neither.
Thus, three elements suddenly existed: that which is here. That which is there. And
that which is neither here nor there—but which must exist for here and there to exist.
It is the nothing which holds the everything. It is the non-space which holds the
space. It is the all which holds the parts.
Can you understand this?
Are you following this?
I’m going to go further. Now this nothing which holds the everything is what some
people call God. Yet that is not accurate, either, for it suggests that there is
something God is not—namely, everything that is not “nothing.” But I am All Things
—seen and unseen—so this description of Me as the Great Unseen—the No-Thing,
or the Space Between, an essentially Eastern mystical definition of God, is no more
accurate than the essentially Western practical description of God as all that is seen.
Those who believe that God is All That Is and All That Is Not, are those whose
understanding is correct.
Now in creating that which is “here” and that which is “there,” God made it possible
for God to know Itself. In the moment of this great explosion from within, God
created relativity—the greatest gift God ever gave to Itself. Thus, relationship is the
greatest gift God ever gave to you, a point to be discussed in detail later.
From the No-Thing thus sprang the Everything—a spiritual event entirely consistent,
incidentally, with what your scientists call The Big Bang theory. As the elements of all raced forth, time was created, for a thing was first here, then it was there—and
the period it took to get from here to there was measurable.
Just as the parts of Itself which are seen began to define themselves, “relative” to
each other, so, too, did the parts which are unseen. God knew that for love to exist
—and to know itself as pure love—its exact opposite had to exist as well. So God
voluntarily created the great polarity—the absolute opposite of love—everything that
love is not—what is now called fear. In the moment fear existed, love could exist as
a thing that could be experienced.
It is this creation of duality between love and its opposite which humans refer to in
their various mythologies as the birth of evil, the fall of Adam, the rebellion of Satan,
and so forth.
Just as you have chosen to personify pure love as the character you call God, so
have you chosen to personify abject fear as the character you call the devil.
Some on Earth have established rather elaborate mythologies around this event,
complete with scenarios of battles and war, angelic soldiers and devilish warriors,
the forces of good and evil, of light and dark.
This mythology has been mankind’s early attempt to understand, and tell others in a
way they could understand, a cosmic occurrence of which the human soul is deeply
aware, but of which the mind can barely conceive.
In rendering the universe as a divided version of Itself, God produced, from pure
energy, all that now exists—both seen and unseen. In other words, not only was the
physical universe thus created, but the metaphysical universe as well. The part of
God which forms the second half of the Am/Not Am equation also exploded into an
infinite number of units smaller than the whole. These energy units you would call
spirits. In some of your religious mythologies it is stated that “God the Father” had
many spirit children. This parallel to the human experiences of life multiplying Itself
seems to be the only way the masses could be made to hold in reality the idea of
the sudden appearance—the sudden existence—of countless spirits in the
“Kingdom of Heaven.”
In this instance, your mythical tales and stories are not so far from ultimate reality—
for the endless spirits comprising the totality of Me are, in a cosmic sense, My
offspring.
My divine purpose in dividing Me was to create sufficient parts of Me so that I could
know Myself experientially. There is only one way for the Creator to know Itself
experientially as the Creator, and that is to create. And so I gave to each of the
countless parts of Me (to all of My spirit children) the same power to create which I
have as the whole.
This is what your religions mean when they say that you were created in the “image
and likeness of God.” This doesn’t mean, as some have suggested, that our
physical bodies look alike (although God can adopt whatever physical form God
chooses for a particular purpose). It does mean that our essence is the same. We
are composed of the same stuff. We ARE the “same stuff”! With all the same
properties and abilities—including the ability to create physical reality out of thin air."-God hi hf
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Are you one of those compulsive talkers who substitites words for reality?
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[liveleak]I am God, you are God, what really is the question? Ask yourself.
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If you were a god you would want to enjoy the human experience personally. No one's life is totally dysfunctional. Some things probably need be experience through one's own life.
Dirtyboy
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