if god was incarnated who would recognise him? meaning he would come here in human form! according to you how could you tell? how many would judge him? how many would throw rock at him? would people behave differently if they would know that it could happen? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UYZKZfdr3ac
Well, let's start by looking at the assumptions in your question:
Or, if you really go into it can you see that God, Consciousness or the Divine is One? (I’m using different words so as not to become fixated or obsessed with any particular word). Hence, there's no real separation other than the illusion of separation caused by the artificial concept of linear time.
You can recognize God by looking into the Universal mirror of your life and seeing your own reflection. Is the reflection serving you? Is it a Godlike reflection or is it something less than God can be and which God obviously is?
If someone sees something and they point it out to you, what is your response? Do you explore and examine what they're pointing out or do you, based on your own convictions, tell them that they're wrong? 2,000 years ago, a man pointed things out and those with their own convictions which, for whatever reasons, didn't agree with what the man was pointing out; so they crucified him.
And right there is the answer to how people who have not realized or more accurately, have not yet remembered that God is not only in everything, but also that God is everything.
Once everyone remembers that God, Consciousness or the Divine is One; then these questions will not even arise. And everyone will be feeling good and happily laughing and playing around together, just for the fun of it; because they've understood that fun, laughter and lightening up, IS enlightenment 8-)
answered 18 May '11, 05:56
What if the drop within the ocean began to believe "I am not the ocean because I am only a drop, and my creator is the Ocean"?
As long as the drop believes that it is separate from the ocean, it is free to explore questions such as
"What if the Ocean choses to incarnate as a drop like me, would it be recognized and accepted as the ocean?"
But the question only makes sense to a drop that believes "I am not the ocean"
Once the drop sees its relationship to the Ocean, the Question and the concept are meaningless.
But alas, most drops within the ocean have been taught to miss-understand this relationship in such a way that when one points out "Hey don't you know that you are already the ocean?” the drop takes this statement as a blasphemous insult.
It assumes that since it is not BEING the ENTIRE Ocean, and not having the power possessed by the Entire Ocean, that it is somehow separate from the ocean and must earn the connection back with the ocean through sacrifice and good behavior.
answered 18 May '11, 23:05
God incarnates in every human and all life. The people that know God, know this to be true. The spark of Christ is within us all.
Love and Light
answered 18 May '11, 09:53
When I think of God...I think of the vast unknowing..unlimited, unmeasurable, infinite,no-thing, all-things....then i take that and multiple it by infinity! To me, that is God. Undefinable....in our "human physical time/space reality" ... But, the idea of all of this Unlimited Everything and No-thingness...being able to condense into a single human being seems plausible and ...very impossible at the same time. lol~ duality in all things (and no things) ss
answered 18 May '11, 14:38
When God created man in his own image, and likeness, and breathe his breath of life into man giving man life, he incarnated himself instantly into the flesh of man, to live on earth, and created more of his kind!
But because of the sin and corruption in the world by the first man and woman, and Satan, God for the second time incarnated himself into the body, and blood of his only beloved son Jesus Christ to come and live among us in every sense of the word, so that the sins of the world can be forgiven, and pain, and suffering will be no more, when Jesus Christ return for our salvation!
So, God is us, we are created in his likeness to live together in this universe to create more God likeness to do his work here on earth for his purpose. It is no mistake, God created his self in us, and he is going through every emotion in our life; he is with us, among us, together as one, make no mistake God is Love, and he is the core essence of our foundation, life and existence!
answered 05 Jun '11, 06:30
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