Mar 19, 2009

There Is Something Hidden and Profound in the Depths of Human Mind, Something That Is Not Easily Accessible and Has Been Seen

By a Handful of Individuals. It Is the Source of Dreams and Creative Inspiration That Lives Within Us All.
But what is IT? What is this mind, this consciousness, this human psychology that is the source of all spiritual conception, all philosophy, religion and culture..?

We, the amazing human beings that have created an entire universe of knowledge and information... that we acquired via our minds. The human mind - this gate to the utterly divine. In this sense, all of the major religions project their concept of grand God-image outside the individual. Religions portray their gods in such a ridiculously naive human-like manner - god gets angry, jealous, loves and hates, feels all those human emotions, as if made of biochemistry. The funniest thing is that the god of one religion furiously denies the gods of all other religions, claiming The Only Cosmic Authority and expressing sympathy exclusively towards followers of his most-correct-version of religion.

But, if we all and everything in the cosmos live in one Universe [even though a multidimensional structure] and all humanity is one big familiy (the Genographic Project), and furthermore all religion on Earth has originated ultimately from our self-aware human minds and perceptions.. IF God ultimately is everything along with the whoole Universe herself and this beyond-universal energetic entity-like structure, the very Stuff of Reality that we all are made of has quite NONE religious preferences at all....... then aren't all religious-based conflicts, separation, dogma and ritualistics so utterly ridiculous!?

Let me tell you - yes, they are.
Humans have lived too long with old views and followed old traditions with little progress from within. So long in fact, that the psychological effects of religious behavior and mindset are grotesquely impairing the individual to a point where he or she actually become mentally unstable in one way or another due to religious practices.
This tendency of religious fanatism, that is in itself a psychological side-effect in a way, is only due to increase. And increase with progressive proportions if humanity does not raise its collective awareness and find a solution to this issue. And religion is a real issue for contemporary society, because it is based on emotions and human emotions when expressed by the masses can turn into an unstopable swirl of blind self-dedication to a passionate ideology. I presume you have noticed the complete lack of reason and even an effort for analyzing religious texts from psychological and semiotic perspective on the side of all the religious advocates.

Religion is an old social system that served as an emotional regulator, moral and judicial justificator and overall behavior guideline all interwooven with an array of elegant and very complex psychological perceptions, collective semiotic concepts and symbolism.. religion could be viewed as an amazing system that human mind devised to self-regulate itself and its mental stability, which is a crucial factor underestimated in many societies and generally on the whole.

People often prefer to accept psychological instability in its various forms as "within the average" and withing the average it is indeed, because most people suffer or had suffered different forms of depressions, neurosis, paranoia and all other kinds of psychologically incomplete states there are on the scales.
In fact, most people are in odds with themselves and suffer from inmost controversies and emotional issues in varying extent. Notice emotional, as human psychology is an emotional structure in its fundamental frame.
That is why I recently concluded that humans are much more emotional, than rational beings. The reason for this is the fact that we lack a deeper, more thorougher awareness and understanding of our psyche.. and psychology largely disregarded as a paranormal-like mutation of serious science that does computers, cell phones and cool gadjets that people use to still not be able to communicate well enough with each other so to finally find common grounds on collective issues, settle down and embark on a new path of a greater understanding and self-awareness towards collective advancement.
Though, it seems that humans are most collectively advancing on the battle field....... yeah, this was a sort of humour, didn't work out. All this senseless fight over religious domination that satisfies absolutely no god at all, but the human emotional indulgens and primitive perceptions. And all this drama unfolds completely beyond the conscious comprehension of those same humans. Amazing, truly amazing


Brooke said...


Interesting blog entry. The inference seems to be that you don't believe in 'God' in any sense of the word. You present the possibility that all religious notions are a construct of the human imagination, arrived at in order to bring mental stability and social order. Or perhaps you do believe in some concept of 'God' and are simply leaving it open to debate.
Personally I stand in awe at the magnificence of this Universe we inhabit. I am equally impressed by the complexity (and sometimes the simplicity) of the human mind.
At the end of the day I don't think belief or disbelief in 'God' can be arrived at intellectually, we simply don't have enough information. Belief becomes a choice and is arrived at emotionally, which supports your argument that we are more emotionally driven than rationally driven. After all, is it rational thought that drives nations into warefare, be it either religious or economically driven?

Inspiratoria Auris said...

Hi Brooke!
Finally, someone actually commented in this blog! Thanks :)

Now, this short concept overlay is quite brief and draws the basic assumptions, yes, it is open for debate!

To your question about whether I "believe" in a god or not.. Just think about this Universe you marvel at, this amazing Reality we live in... this is God.
But it is a God a.k.a this mind-like energetic structure of Reality has no preferences towards neither a name, nor religion. Religion is a human creation that humans needed.... however, it is no longer needed in this sense today and are used for mental dullness and fanatical justifications..
What I want to say is that humanity today has enough knowledge and understanding, enough awareness so that we can make this next step in our mental/spiritual evolution... in our minds!