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God is both manifest as the Totality and Allness of Creation and simultaneously unmanifest as the Godhead, the Infinite Potentiality and source or voidness prior to form. 2. God is infinite beyond time or depictions of space or locality, without be innin or end. 3. God is omnipresent, omnipotent and omniscient. 4. God is the source and substrate of consciousness, awareness, !nowin ness, bein ness, and sentience. What is Consciousness? Consciousness is the formless, invisible field of ener y of infinite dimension and potentiality, the substrate of all e"istence, independent of time, space, or location, of which it is independent yet all inclusive and all present. #ecause the field of consciousness encompasses all e"istence beyond all limitation, dimension, or time, it re isters all events, no matter how seemin ly miniscule, such as even a fleetin thou ht. Consciousness is the irreducible substrate of the human capacity to !now or e"perience, to perceive or witness, and it is the essence of the capacity for awareness itself. The field of consciousness e"ists independently of man!ind and is included within it. It is the irreducible substrate, the Absolute, in comparison to which all that e"ists is relative. Consciousness represents a field of infinite power and potential, out of which the manifest universe as Creation arises as a continuous, on oin process. The entire universe, both !nown and un!nown, e"ists independently of human description and is essentially one unified, total field within which are variable levels of vibrational fre$uencies that appear as the observable universe. As in the physical domain, the hi her the fre$uency of the vibrational ener y, the reater the power. The universal, all%encompassin vibrational field of ener y is descriptively present everywhere &omnipresent' and is therefore &all !nowin ' omniscient and all% powerful &omnipotent'. The presence of the field of consciousness is !nown by all sentient bein s as the sub(ective awareness of e"istence itself. Thus, the awareness

of the presence of consciousness as the substrate of e"istence is the primordial sub(ective reality underlyin all possible human e"perience. Comparable to the laws of the conservation of ener y or conservation of matter, the law of conservation of life prevails. )ife itself is not capable of bein destroyed but can only chan e form by shiftin to a different fre$uency ran e &in human e"perience, the *etheric+ the *spiritual+ and other ener y realms described throu hout time'. 5. God is the sole source of the ener y of life. 6. God is the source of evolution and Creation, which are one and the same. 7. God is the source and presence of peace, love, stillness, and beauty. 8. God is beyond all universes and materiality, yet is the source of All That Is. 9. God is the sole source of e"istence and the potentiality of bein ness. 10. God is the ultimate conte"t of which the universe and all e"istence is the content. 11. God is the a priori formless source of e"istence with all form. 12. God is not within the province of the provable or the intellect. 13. God is the source and essence of the sub(ective state of I%ness called ,nli htenment. 14. God is the radical sub(ectivity of -elf%reali.ation. 15. God is descriptively immanent and transcendent. 16. The human e"perience of the Presence of God is the same in all a es, all cultures, and all localities. 17. The effect on human consciousness of the e"perience of the Presence of God is sub(ectively transformative and identical throu hout human history. 18. The essence of God does not include human frailties, such as partiality, the desire to control, favoritism, duality, (ud ementalism, wrath, ri hteous an er, resentment, limitation, arbitrariness, vanity, reven e, (ealousy, retaliation, vulnerability, or locality. 19. The variabililities of the depictions of /ivinity reflect the variabilities of human perception and the pro(ections of the impediments of the e o and its positionalities.

20. The purity of the Presence of God is traditionally the essence of the ineffable $uality of holiness and is the basis for the depictive term sacred. That which is devoid of content is the e$uivalent of Innocence. 21. 0hen the obstacles of human mentation, emotionality, and the e os structures from which they are derived are transcended, the -elf as God Immanent shines forth of its own accord, (ust as the sun shines forth when the clouds are removed. 22. God is the conte"t and source of the !armic unity of all Creation, beyond all perceptual descriptions or limitations, such as time or space.