I’ve only just found out about it and it seems really beautiful and in touch. Can you let me know if you share the same view? Peace
It is very beautiful and in touch with our inner philosophy, probably the closest to defining what we truly are. I consider myself a pantheist actually.
The definition for “Pantheism” given in the Dictionary of Cultural Literacy is: “The belief that God, or a group of gods, is identical with the whole natural world; pantheism comes from Greek roots meaning “belief that everything is a god.”
The Universe is divine, Mother Earth is sacred. All beings have a soul and vibrate at the same frequency together as one within the universal web of life.
This web connects by sacred geometry which is innate within all of nature and all beings.
Pantheism merges the intellectual outlook of science with the philosophy of religion, through quantum theory and spirituality entwined together by enabling that the cosmos is synonymous with divinity.
Pantheists do not propose belief in a deity; rather, they hold nature itself as a creative presence. Pantheism reconciles science and religion through ecology leading to strong environmental awareness.
Pantheists believe in Divine Immanence. To the Pantheist, divinity does not transcend reality; it surrounds, and is within. All share divinity. This leads the pantheist to personal ethics of tolerance and understanding.
Nature by numbers: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkGeOWYOFoA
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