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From naanad

Before you get started with my wiki, there is just one thing you need to know.

 

I am a religion major with a goal in life to find the answer to the puzzle left by the unseen and to attempt to deliver it to the rest of the world to explain and help tie them together under the true knowledge.

 

The fact that all religons are right and all religions are wrong.

 

~Naanad


My Beliefs

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The following pages will offer my standings and those of those close to me for your understanding of the accumulation of our knowledge. Anything you see posted from this point on will be color coded.

 

Naanad (User:Naanad) Executioner (User:Executioner) Vasette (User:Vasette) Hjildor (User:Hjildor) Garzik (User:Garzik)

 

There will be topics discussed that people just don’t want to hear about. I understand and respect your right to believe what you believe, but this is my understanding and experiences posted here and those who help me help me refine who and what I am/feel in life.

 


“God”

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  1. 1. Naanad’s perception
    1. 1.1. PLEASE NOTE:
  2. 2. Garzik’s perception

From naanad

Naanad’s perception

Many times god has been documented as represented on earth as fire. In almost all religions god has been connected to it, be that the fire of brahman, the burning bush, or other deities. Fire meets almost all requirements for life:

  • Requires oxygen to remain constant.
  • Requires nurishment to continue to grow.
  • Produces a biproduct.

But one of the greatest requirements it does not meet is the ability to fear its own death.

 

I propose that God is a formless concept that is essentialy an energy that is found in all life. This is not to say that we are all god but rather we are all tied to it. It is a thread of existance that is bound to all living life, be it humans, animals or trees.

 

This formless concept is not bound to formlessness. Naanad (User:Naanad)

 

PLEASE NOTE:

Any references to “God” will be used in a semi english construct “biself”. It is a construct of “bi” meaning two and “self” which in all formalities is a singular form refering to personal being. God is “dual gender” and using the term “it,” which is neuter, would remove all sex. The English language does not allow for dual gender singular form unlike Hebrew, so this is an attempt to make note of this. Also any references to himself/herself in regards to the being “God” will still mean the “biself.”

Garzik’s perception

It is (nearly) scientifically impossible for God to be ‘fire’. Plasma, perhaps, but if God is to be within the entire universe, he could not possess a flame. A flame requires some sort of fuel, oxygen mainly, to continue burning. Therefore, it would be more plausible to say “Plasma”, as plasma is nearly the same as fire, and is argued by scientists that they are one in the same. Therefore… yeah. I’m done ranting. Garzik (User:Garzik)


Approach

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  1. 1. Self acceptance
  2. 2. Mind
  3. 3. Acceptance of others

From naanad

Self acceptance

You cannot ask or expect direct connection to “god” without first finding yourself. Scewed self persception will not allow communication with something that can feel and know all that you know. You must find yourself and accept it before the biself will attempt to accept you. Naanad (User:Naanad)

Mind

The human mind is approximately only 30% ever used at one point in time. Some religions say that we are “made in God’s image,” should this be accurate, I fully believe that the mind has the capability of equivilating to be god should we be able to put all 100% to use. Naanad (User:Naanad)

Acceptance of others

Finding the truth of one’s self is easy compared to acceptance of others. Finding errors in others actions and lives is easy and judging them follows so fast. To accept others and all their mistakes, accomplishments and choices is nearly impossible for one person, let alone the world. Naanad


“Karma”

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  1. 1. “Karma”
  1. 1.1. Examples
  2. 1.2. Good and Evil

From naanad

“Karma”

Naanad’s perspective (User:Naanad)

Karma

The buddhist concept of Karma is very much a real thing. For science even describes it as Newton’s 3rd Law, “For each action there is an equal and opposite reaction.” Karma keeps in check the balances of the world. The Karma keeps a “tally” so to speak of each souls action and reaction.

Examples

 

Some examples:

 

  • A man hits his wife and causes her to loose her child. The next life he will be that child.
  • A lumberjack disobeys orders and cuts down a tree that has an endangered species. His next life he will be an endangered species that will get uprooted from its home, or he will be a tree that gets cut down.

 

 

 

Good and Evil

Without “good” there cannot be “evil” and without “evil” there cannot be “good”. This concept is often looked at as you are or you aren’t But the problem is it is concrete, and nothing in life is concrete. You can do something with good intentions that in turn will hurt someone else, so it is both “good” and “evil”.

There is not a “ultimate” of either as that they are more a positive/negitive balance.


“Life”

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“Life” begins when the soul enters the body of the unborn via the embilical cord. The soul enters the body through this chord at a varied point in time. Often times, it is felt like a warmth that comes over the belly for a split moment.

 

The embilical cord is the tie that holds us to generations before us and takes us back to the beginning of time. Every child has been connected to his/her mother since the dawn of time by this chord.

 

To be alive requires birth.
Naanad’s perspective (User:Naanad)


Life Ceases

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  1. 1. Death
    1. 1.1. Coping
      1. 1.1.1. What is Grief?
      2. 1.1.2. Common Reactions to Loss:
        1. 1.1.2.1. Denial, numbness, and shock
        2. 1.1.2.2. Bargaining
        3. 1.1.2.3. Depression
        4. 1.1.2.4. Anger
      3. 1.1.3. Acceptance
      4. 1.1.4. Hinderance of the healing process:
      5. 1.1.5. Resolveing grief
        1. 1.1.5.1. Recommending Readings

From naanad

Death

When a family member dies or tragedy occurs it is not a loss. It is a freeing of the energy within the body to move freely without the constraints of a form. Naanad (User:Naanad)

 

Coping

What is Grief?

Grief occurs in response to the loss of someone or something. The loss may involve a loved one, a job, or possibly a role (student entering the workplace or employee entering retirement). Anyone can experience grief and loss. It can be sudden or expected; however, individuals are unique in how they experience this event. Grief, itself, is a normal and natural response to loss. There are a variety of ways that individuals respond to loss. Some are healthy coping mechanisms and some may hinder the grieving process. It is important to realize that acknowledging the grief promotes the healing process. Time and support facilitate the grieving process, allowing an opportunity to appropriately mourn this loss.

Common Reactions to Loss:

Individuals experiencing grief from a loss may choose a variety of ways of expressing it. No two people will respond to the same loss in the same way. It is important to note that phases of grief exist; however, they do not depict a specific way to respond to loss. Rather, stages of grief reflect a variety of reactions that may surface as an individual makes sense of how this loss affects them. Experiencing and accepting all feelings remains an important part of the healing process.

 

Denial, numbness, and shock

 

  • This serves to protect the individual from experiencing the intensity of the loss.
  • Numbness is a normal reaction to an immediate loss and should not be confused with “lack of caring”.
  • Denial and disbelief will diminish as the individual slowly acknowledges the impact of this loss and accompanying feelings.
Bargaining
  • At times, individuals may ruminate about what could have been done to prevent the loss.
  • Individuals can become preoccupied about ways that things could have been better, imagining all the things that will never be.
  • This reaction can provide insight into the impact of the loss; however, if not properly resolved, intense feelings of remorse or guilt may hinder the healing process.
Depression
  • After recognizing the true extent of the loss, some individuals may experience depressive symptoms.
  • Sleep and appetite disturbance, lack of energy and concentration, and crying spells are some typical symptoms.
  • Feelings of loneliness, emptiness, isolation, and self-pity can also surface during this phase, contributing to this reactive depression.
  • For many, this phase must be experienced in order to begin reorganizing one’s life.
Anger
  • This reaction usually occurs when an individual feels helpless and powerless.
  •  Anger may result from feeling abandoned, occurring in cases of loss through death.
  •  Feelings of resentment may occur toward one’s higher power or toward life in general for the injustice of this loss.
  •  After an individual acknowledges anger, guilt may surface due to expressing these negative feelings.
  • Again, these feelings are natural and should be honored to resolve the grief.

Acceptance

  • Time allows the individual an opportunity to resolve the range of feelings that surface.
  • The grieving process supports the individual. That is, healing occurs when the loss becomes integrated into the individual’s set of life experiences.
  • Individuals may return to some of the earlier feelings throughout one’s lifetime.
  • There is no time limit to the grieving process. Each individual should define one’s own healing process.

Hinderance of the healing process:

  • Avoidance or minimization of one’s emotions.
  • Use of alcohol or drugs to self-medicate.
  • Use of work (overfunction at workplace) to avoid feelings.

Resolveing grief

  •  Allow time to experience thoughts and feelings openly to self.
  •  Acknowledge and accept all feelings, both positive and negative.
  •  Use a journal to document the healing process.
  •  Confide in a trusted individual; tell the story of the loss.
  •  Express feelings openly. Crying offers a release.
  •  Identify any unfinished business and try to come to a resolution.
  •  Bereavement groups provide an opportunity to share grief with others who have experienced similar loss.
  •  If the healing process becomes too overwhelming, seek professional help.

 

Recommending Readings

Death, The Final Stage of Growth. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1975

Kubler-Ross, Elisabeth On Death and Dying. New York: MacMillan, 1969

Kubler-Ross, Elisabeth When Bad Things Happen to Good People. New York: Schocken Books, 1981 Kushner, H.S.

 

From a handout was created by Carolyn Mildner, M.A.


Life is

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Naanad’s perspective (User:Naanad)

All life contains energy, plants, animals, and even us. This energy is what keeps us alive, this energy is the soul.

 

When asked by Moses in the Old Testament what God’s name was, God identified biself as “I am.” This is a singular conjugation of the verb “to be.”

 

At the same time identifying biself as the existance of everything, also answered the question “Why am I here?” that many people ask today.

 

Life is the constant choices to be had.


Prebirth

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  1. 1. Abortion
  2. 2. Birth

From naanad

Abortion

Abortion is something that ultimately comes down to the mother and her choice.

 

Any unborn child who the soul has entered her body will be trapped inside her until her death or the birth of her first child. That soul will contact her in her dreams and waking hours attempting to request its birth.

 

The father of a child has right to have say in a child’s life and should have a right to offer to take up the care of child alone, but only the mother will be tormented about the lack of birth.

 

The mothers responsibility is to ensure that she gives the best life to her child as possible, that includes but is not limited to, ensuring safety against child molesters, physical violence, death.

 

If a home is unsafe for the mother or a potential child to be had that is a justifiable reason to let the body go and wait until the next is formed for the child to emerge from the mother.

 

If a mother has been raped and cannot bear to birth the child, it is understandable. But please note these are the ideal children for adoption for families who cannot have children as that the mother will disconnect ties.

 

Those who abort for reasons such as age, should be put into counseling to explain that sex is not necessary for popularity, acceptance, or proof of self worth, as that these are often the justifications for many children(pre 18) who have sex. You abuse the soul of your child by over and over exposing it to a potential birth and then ripping the body from it.

Birth

To be alive is when a child takes their first bit of air into their lungs after exiting the womb.


“The body”

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  1. 1. Appearance
    1. 1.1. Changes for the better
    2. 1.2. Changes for the worse
    3. 1.3. Changes for the neutral

From naanad

Appearance

In modern day world seems to be a focal point, but people seem to forget that appearance can change in a blink of an eye.

Changes for the better

Time can allow for the advancement of the body in healthy ways such as self maintenence, proper diet, and geniune care. This does not mean following the newest fad that tells you, “THIS is the best way to loose LOTS of weight really fast.” Fast is not healthy, it is not permanent, and learning your body and the best way to manipulate it so the long term goal is achieved in the safest route, will allow for you to find the permanent route.

Changes for the worse

Not only is there accidents that happen day to day, but many of them are unforseeable. If someone displays care only for another based on the others apperance, an incident such as this will drive that someone away and permanently scar the victim of two injustices.

Changes for the neutral

Plastic surgery is considered to be “making someone better” but if it makes them something they are not, it is only making them appear as something they aren’t. In two generations, their grandchildren will ask, why don’t I look like grandma, why am I ugly? Appearance is only what you make of it, if you are disatisfied with yourself how can your children or their children be?

 

 

People

 

Written by Naanad
Wednesday, 14 February 2007
We are the creators of each other, the negative actions we live day in and day out. The dwelling on the horrible through our news media, the publications of our papers, the entire existance and discussions we have with each other. We create the negative void that sucks us to oblivion.

A smile is infectious. You can make someone’s day better just by smiling at them. Not the fake, I don’t care but wanna see if this works thing. The genuine I hope you have a better day smile can be the world of a difference.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 14 February 2007 )

 

 

 

Children

 

Written by Naanad
Sunday, 04 February 2007
Children are the future, they are your creation. Create wisely as that their genetics will be yours and those you choose to lie with. For they are the future and we must do our best to create children we love and care for not just out of lust.

 

 

 

Religion

 

Written by Naanad
Friday, 02 February 2007
All religions are right and all religions are wrong.

Seperation of the masses by finding difference is the curse of human kind and until we can learn to accept and embrace differnces of opinion, religion, and existance, we will NEVER be able to come close to comprehension of the creation force.

 


 

“There Is No God” paper

 

Written by Naanad
Thursday, 01 February 2007
Contributor: Penn Jillette
Location: Unknown
Country: United States of America
Series: Contemporary
 Morning Edition, November 21, 2005
Listen to this essay on NPR
I believe that there is no God. I’m beyond atheism. Atheism is not believing in God. Not believing in God is easy — you can’t prove a negative, so there’s no work to do. You can’t prove that there isn’t an elephant inside the trunk of my car. You sure? How about now? Maybe he was just hiding before. Check again. Did I mention that my personal heartfelt definition of the word ”elephant” includes mystery, order, goodness, love and a spare tire?

So, anyone with a love for truth outside of herself has to start with no belief in God and then look for evidence of God. She needs to search for some objective evidence of a supernatural power. All the people I write e-mails to often are still stuck at this searching stage. The atheism part is easy.

But, this ”This I Believe” thing seems to demand something more personal, some leap of faith that helps one see life’s big picture, some rules to live by. So, I’m saying, ”This I believe: I believe there is no God.”

Having taken that step, it informs every moment of my life. I’m not greedy. I have love, blue skies, rainbows and Hallmark cards, and that has to be enough. It has to be enough, but it’s everything in the world and everything in the world is plenty for me. It seems just rude to beg the invisible for more. Just the love of my family that raised me and the family I’m raising now is enough that I don’t need heaven. I won the huge genetic lottery and I get joy every day.

Believing there’s no God means I can’t really be forgiven except by kindness and faulty memories. That’s good; it makes me want to be more thoughtful. I have to try to treat people right the first time around.

Believing there’s no God stops me from being solipsistic. I can read ideas from all different people from all different cultures. Without God, we can agree on reality, and I can keep learning where I’m wrong. We can all keep adjusting, so we can really communicate. I don’t travel in circles where people say, ”I have faith, I believe this in my heart and nothing you can say or do can shake my faith.” That’s just a long-winded religious way to say, ”shut up,” or another two words that the FCC likes less. But all obscenity is less insulting than, ”How I was brought up and my imaginary friend means more to me than anything you can ever say or do.” So, believing there is no God lets me be proven wrong and that’s always fun. It means I’m learning something.

Believing there is no God means the suffering I’ve seen in my family, and indeed all the suffering in the world, isn’t caused by an omniscient, omnipresent, omnipotent force that isn’t bothered to help or is just testing us, but rather something we all may be able to help others with in the future. No God means the possibility of less suffering in the future.

Believing there is no God gives me more room for belief in family, people, love, truth, beauty, sex, Jell-O and all the other things I can prove and that make this life the best life I will ever have.

This essay is probably one of the best I have read in all time. It’s to the point, well written and worth having people read.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 01 February 2007 )

 

 

Sin

 

Written by Naanad
Wednesday, 14 February 2007
Sin is NOT carried over from your parents, it is carried over from your previous existences. (Yes, I believe in reincarnation) The bad you have done unto the world, not just others, will be repaid in your life or post lives to balance out world.

Child molesters will be molested, rapists will be victims, abusers will be abused, it is when you are on the opposite side of the beam that will determine if you can learn from your mistakes previously that you will solidify yourself again later. Good people who appreciate the good things, will continue to have good things. Great people who take advantage of their things will have not later on.

Appreciate who you are and those around you. Anyone who suggests a woman is more sinful than a man, is a fool and is someone who has something to gain from forcing women into a subservient role. All people are equal and it is through their own minds they choose to be weaker, more evil or more good.

Without standing up and saying I do not like who I am and I want to change who I am, no one can change that person. Yes influences might have made them choose worse choices then they might have individually, but they choose to allow those influencer’s to influence them.

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What I believe

 

Written by Naanad
Friday, 02 February 2007
As time goes on you will see more and more of what I believe and what I have learned collected on the FAQs pages. Please if you desire to comment or rebuttle, do so honestly, factually, and back up all arguments with citations. Don’t just say “you’re wrong, “you’re stupid” give me a reason to make it public and I will gladly show people you disagree with me.

I have created a forums area specifically for discussion. Please feel free to be honest and discuss things you believe.  This is not limited to just religion, but the concept of belief is fundamental in our world, regardless of you are of a particular sect or an athiest.