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Consciousness, Thought, Energy, and the Divine…?

If we hold the belief that we are all Conscious beings, then we can easily deduct that -Thought- is a mere construct of that Consciousness.
Then, if we also believe in the idea that everything is a form of a singular energy field (an idea within quantum physics), we can easily deduct that -Consciousness- is a mere construct of that Energy.
And further, if we are to believe that there is a Divine origin to everything that is (we could call this God), than we should easily deduct, and see, that the Divine (God) is that which we call Energy, Consciousness, and Thought.
So, if we are to believe these deductions, then could there possibly be a Divine Pattern within every -Thought- that we hold in “our” Consciousness?
All Opinions Welcome! =D
(I know that some of you won’t hold ANY belief in what I have just said, which is completely fine. But I would ask that you keep any negative comments to yourself. Please be constructive in any criticism. Thanks)


  1. we dont beleive that the idea of everything is a form of singular energy. as with thought and idea is simply a “mere construct of that Consciousness” (your quote). there islittle or no difference between a thought and an idea.
    as a matter of fact the saying goes “i think i might have an idea!”
    each is the sum of a conscious process.
    well theres another problem. if thos thought and consciousness derives from us and you say that this conscious can be deducted as god….then we are gods. that makes no sense. the idea of a divine creature is one where the creatures mystery comes from wisdom that has no earthly source. a sort of intelligence from a place where intelligence may not necessarily comes from. hence the mystery of religion and spirituality. (hope that makes sense)
    if you wish to say that there is a divine pattern to our consciousness then we are the creator of the path (of consciousness) as we are at the same time the walker of the path. kinda like laying the bricks of the yellow brick road as you make your way towards the land of Oz.
    thanks, i really enjoyed replying to this. there is no malice or agression in my post so if it comes off that way it wasnt supposed to.

  2. Not only is it possible, it’s indisputable. God is the alpha and the omega, the beginning and the end, the all-in-all. Every conscious creature (and indeed every atom) is a literal manifestation of God, therefore all thoughts are by definition God’s thoughts.
    You are clearly on the path to a deep understanding of the true nature of God and your relationship to Him. Keep up the good work.

  3. Have you read anything about string theory in physics, that everything at it’s most basic form is vibrations? If not, you might want to do some research online.
    I don’t know what I think about it but I am open to reading about various ideas.

  4. Add that to the use of “Logos” in the Greek translations, not only was it the “Word” in the beginning, it was also “Logic”, thus strengthening my idea that Science, Physics, etc. are yet another manifestation of the Divine. All the human brain is is nerve cells sending impulses to one another. Where do these impulses come from and how do we translate them into “thoughts and ideas”? The so-called collective conscience or collective subconscience itself is likely another manifestation of the Divine as well.
    The real question is, why do I get some thoughts and ideas while you get others?

  5. People usually demand a beginning, so in the beginning there was a sea of spirit and it filled all of space. The spirit was static, content, and aware of itself. It was a giant resting on the bosom of its thought and contemplating what it is. Then the spirit moved into action. It withdrew into itself until all of space was empty. In the center, the restless mind of the spirit shone. This was the beginning of the individuality of the spirit. This was what the spirit discovered itself to be when it awakened. This spirit was God.
    God desired self-expression and desired companionship; therefore, God projected the cosmos and souls. The cosmos was built with music, arithmetic, geometry, harmony, system, and balance. The building blocks were all of the same material – the life essence. It was the power of God that changed the length of its wave and the rate of its vibration which created the patterns for multitudes of forms. This action resulted in the law of diversity which supplied endless patterns. God played on this law of diversity as a pianist plays on a piano – producing melodies and arranging them in a symphony. Each design carried within it the plan for its evolution. This plan corresponds to the sound of a note struck on a piano. The sounds of several notes unite to make a chord; chords in turn become phrases; phrases become melodies; melodies intermingle and move back and forth, across and between and around each other, to make a symphony. Then in the end, the music will stop and the physical universe will be no more; but between the beginning and the finish of the music there was glorious beauty and a glorious experience. The spiritual universe will continue. Everything assumed its design in various forms and their activity resulted in the law of attraction and repulsion. All forms would attract and repel each other in their evolutionary dance.
    All things are a part of God and an expression of God’s thought. The Mind of God was the force which propelled and perpetuated these thoughts. All minds, as thoughts of God, do everything God imagined. Everything that came into being is an aspect of the One Mind.

  6. Here is another thought for meditation: The Supreme Personality of Godhead is unlimited, and any service rendered to Him is also unlimited because the Lord’s unlimited energy is the dynamic force behind such service. When this supernatural energy is reposed in us, all our thoughts and feelings, our physical body, our mind, our knowledge, and so on, are energized by it. Every endeavor then simply merges into this flow of energy, and we become like a lotus growing from the mud–in the world but uncontaminted by it. This is how the nondual principle comes alive: our mind, heart, consciousness, and activities become nondifferent from the Supreme Lord, the Absolute Truth.
    Another simple example:
    We are individual conscious and our body are innumerable cells which are also conscious, but their conscious is dovetailed to our consciousness.

  7. Thought:
    The subject matter of Scientology. It is considered as a kind of “energy” but has no wave-length.It uses matter but has no mass.It is found in space, but has no position. It records time but it is not subject to time. In Scientology the greek word (and letter), theta, is used as a symbol for thought. The word. thetan is used to describe a “thought unit” , the being, the awareness of awarenessthat is the individual.
    It is thought which causes everything both structural and functional that happens in an organism. An organism without thought is already dead.
    Not intending to promote my religion but this definition seemed to align closely with your concept. As to whether this also describes something “god-like” or devine, to me that is just a lable we tend to give something we cannot explain or think we cannot understand.
    P.S. I have no disagreement with this concept.


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