YES we believe in a loving, creative energy that many think of as “God.” God may be called by many different names – Creator, Source, Universal Mind, All-That-Is, Father/Mother God, First Cause, The Divine, Great Spirit, Father/Abba, Unity Consciousness, Prime Creator, Braham, Allah, Yahweh, the Alpha & Omega, Singularity, Pure Being-ness, etc.
We believe the essence of God is unconditional, infinite and eternal Love, and we enjoy a loving relationship with Source Creator.
We believe that from our current, limited perspectives, we cannot fathom or imagine what unconditional, infinite and eternal truly means, and therefore, fully understand the mystery of God.
We believe that the Love of the Creator is the Light or Source creative energy of the Universe.
We believe that God is both the Creator and the Creative Process of Life.
We believe that we become more powerful Creators of our lives as we deepen our connection to Source.
We believe that everything (and we literally mean everything) in the Universe has a consciousness and this consciousness connects all things that make up the body of Source Creator and the divine process of Creation. Nothing exists outside the body of God.
We believe that there is much confusion within different belief systems about Creator God.
We believe that much conflict in the human race comes from humans who define a God in their own limited human image in order to relate to Source and/or to justify their actions including intolerance of others who have different belief systems.
We believe that since God is “All-That-Is”, Father/Mother God has no agenda, needs or wants.
God has no needs, but as the Creator, God Creates – by expressing Love (Source Energy) into all forms and dimensions of Creation.
Much of this confusion originates from false teachings about God such as a deity in human form who micro-manages lives and global events rather than allowing humanity to create its world through free choice without fear of judgment and condemnation.
We, as fractals or “children” of God, are eternal spiritual beings, who freely choose to incarnate into a temporary physical form where we can never be harmed or damaged. We never do die, but simply change form, from one lifetime to another, as emissaries of God.
It is our level of consciousness or awareness which determines how we experience life and understand God.
We are never alone. God is with us always in all ways. It is our forgetfulness of this, reinforced through false teachings, which leads to our anguish and suffering as well as our misplaced anger towards God.