There’s a lot of dogma wrapped around the word creation, and considering the headline of this website is “Learning to be a Creator”, I thought perhaps I might talk about what that means.
Creation is what happens when something new is made. It can be something desireable, it can be something youdon’t find all that thrilling, but it’s something new. It can apply to new ideas, to new babies, to new technologies, or new friends. Heck, it can even apply to the universe as a whole.
Of course, both Science and Religion acknowledge reality coming into existence, and the only difference is the story of how it happens. In science, creation (the big bang) is more of an “unexplained anomaly”, where as in religion, creation is of course created by – the creator, and that’s the full story and we shalt ask no more questions about it!
But I actually would like to ask some questions about it, thank you very much Who or what exactly is the creator that all of these religions describe? What ingredients were put together to create the universe and reality that we exist within today, and with what consciousness were they put together with?
I have this philosophy that I talk about sometimes with random strangers on the street or even here on the interwebs, that we are all God, and we are all a part of God. We need to be humble, because it’s very easy to think of yourself as the king or queen of the world… just remember that if that’s true, so is everyone else, and we can learn to respect them for being as such (even if they themselves don’t see it).
Furthermore, if there is a level of consciousness so grand and incredible that it can create the universe in all it’s majesty… and we are a part of that same consciousness… Then are we not Creators as well? Continue reading