Is There Really A God?

In The Beginning

It’s always been hard for me to just blindly follow the accepted theological creeds without question. So, due to my studies into the laws of mind, the cosmos, science, and quantum physics, I had to search beyond the established religious constraints for a better understanding into the first cause of things.

In my quest to find out if there really is a God, I have found the answer which, because there’s much more to the universe than meets the eye, is an unequivocal yes.

The Nucleus Of All Life

There is an intelligent energy that permeates all things, everywhere, and at all times. And because of human beings need to put labels on things, we have given this intelligent energy the name of God. Although it has been called several other names, for my purpose I will call it God.

With that said, God is the silent power that is behind all things. God is always ready to spring into expression when given the proper channels, which are positive and receptive faith in the evidence of things not yet seen by the physical eye.

Because Jesus understood and knew how to use the universal laws of mind, people thought that he was God. But he was a manifestation of God, as are we all. Just like a spark has the same properties as a lightning bolt, we also have the inherent power of creativity within us all.

It was Jesus who taught us how to get what you pray for in Mark 11:24. “Whatsoever things ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive them, and ye shall have them.”

Imagination Is Creation

Thought is not just a form of energy, it’s also the form of all things. Every invention that you now see around you was first an image in the inventor’s imagination before it was made tangible on the physical plane. And so it is with all forms of art, music, architecture, and the sciences.

God – this Infinite Intelligent energy, this Universal Mind, was the first cause. From whence He came I know not, yet I don’t need to understand all there is to know about electricity in order to flick the switch and get the light.

God is the Creator of all things because He is the core of living energy that permeates all things. And we are all a part of this living energy.

Life After Death

Because there can be no such thing as dead matter, when our physical bodies leaves this world, our spiritual core energy will live on because energy can never die. Therefore, we are everlasting.

This is a mathematically proven scientific fact substantiated by Einstein‘s E=mc2. Basically, energy and matter are interchangeable, and both coexist in one form or the other throughout the universe.

“The Truth That Sets You Free”*

Jesus gave us “the truth that sets you free”, yet few among us actually understand this truth. Even many preachers mistakenly believe this to mean that we must seek the word of God.

Although understanding the gospel is a noble pursuit, in my post The Law Of Assumption, I quote my favorite mystic Neville Goddard  from his self-help classic The Power Of Awareness. {<Free audiobook} to best explains this truth…

“The truth that sets you free is that you can experience in imagination what you desire to experience in reality, and by maintaining this experience in imagination, your desire will become an actuality.”

The Flow Of Universal Mind

God the Creator flows through us and everything, and so within you is the innate ability to tap into the power of creation through The Power Of Your Subconscious Mind {<Free copy} by Joseph Murphy.

The person who learns how to control their thoughts can be, do, and have what they wish, and virtually everything is theirs’ for the asking. The Divine Mind Of God that permeates all things is here for us. God wants us to come to him for help and guidance because he truly is our father. Wouldn’t you do your best to help your child?

There were many who mocked Jesus and the word of God that he spoke. But, I never preach. I only share my beliefs which are based upon hundreds of self-help, philosophical, and scientific books and audio programs that I have studied, memorized, and meditated upon.

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And so it is that in a deep sense of gratitude I send my thoughts out into the universe, knowing that they will come back to me in time, laden with the fruits of the Spirit unto which they were sent. And to you I can only reiterate my motto…do your own thing.

Regards, – Herb.

Quotes: – * John 8:32




It’s About Time

Walking along the graveyard, the umbrella gave him little reprieve from the torrential downpour. Stopping in front of a tombstone, Luca bent down to put the bouquet of flowers in the holder. As his eyes welled up with tears he mumbled, “happy Mother’s day mom.”

Standing back up, Luca looked at the sky. The dark clouds seemed to match his mood as he began to pray. First, he gave thanks to God for his mother. Her earthly life spent, yet she was still alive in his memories, heart, and soul.

Sometimes, he felt guilty. He wasn’t always a good boy, but she had always been there for him even though she wasn’t his biological mother. But that didn’t matter because here he was standing in the rain at her gravesite on Mother’s day.

It was her who had bandaged his wounds, fed him, and gave him advice. She had always given him a place to stay, lent him money, and most of all – gave him unconditional love.

When he was a kid he took her for granted like she was always going to be there for him. When he was a teenager, he thought that she had to put up with him. But he knew now that she was only human herself.

She wasn’t perfect. She made mistakes and struggled with life, love, and regret just like everyone else on the planet. But she did the best she could with her life and times.

Yes, time, Luca thought to himself. That was what it was all about – time. All the days of her life left behind, days that he had taken for granted. Never really thinking about how one day she would be gone.

Sometimes, he had argued with her, even yelled at her. He had even blamed her for some of his problems. How foolish was that?

But when he realized that she was near the end he apologized to her and she said, “that’s okay… sometimes I yelled too.”

Luca understood her better now. She knew that she was dying, and she had her own regrets. She had yelled at him and spanked him as a kid, but he didn’t care. He totally forgave her and loved her. And he knew that she also forgave him.

Then he remembered the wonderful and generous things that she had done for him. Even the simple things like mending his pants or baking him his favorite peanut butter cookies.

He was there for her at the end. On her last day, he spent seven hours comforting her, telling her that God and Jesus were getting ready for her up in heaven.

He had held her hand and said the Lord’s prayer to her several times. His mom had always been a devout Christian, so he knew that it would hold special meaning for her.

After she had passed, he composed a song that he titled “Mama’s Blues”. It was an deep instrumental that he played out on his electric guitar.

But a couple of years later, he had started to heal. He had so many cherished mementos of her life. Heirlooms that she had given him, and that made him feel special.

And it was him that she had called on his cellphone two nights before she had died. She did love him. And he loved and appreciated all that she had done for him.

Looking over the graveyard, Luca saw only one other person standing in the rain in the distance. Perhaps, he thought to himself, that was the real meaning of Mother’s day – to remember your mom with gratitude and love.

Because of his troubled teens, Luca had read hundreds of self-help books in order to get over his past, and to improve his future. He had learned about the universal laws of mind and so much more.

He also understood that one day he would be gone from this earth, and that we are all spirits having a human experience. So every day, both good and bad, was to be savored because it was a gift.

He also knew that one day he would see his mother again because all humans have energy at their core, and energy is everlasting. So, we are all eternal beings.

His mother’s spirit energy was somewhere up in the heavens. She felt no pain or sickness. She was at peace, and when he sent out his love and gratitude into the universe, she felt those vibes.

Because after all, perhaps the greatest lesson that he had learned from all those books that he had read was that there is life after death.

Turning around, he slowly walked back to his car. Pausing before he started it up, Luca said, “happy Mother’s day mom. I love you and I thank you for everything. And I’ll see you again one day.”

Regards, – The Unknown Musician.