Thursday, January 31, 2013

Redefining God & The Cosmic Chemistry of Love?

A practical understanding of mythology & human ascension.
With Chemical Metaphors?

Are we redefining our spiritual sense of God, Cosmos & Self, in this 21st century A.D. 

Are we verging on a practical sense of cosmic unity & redefining God?
As one cosmic organism, both without and within our human nature?

Is faith in God and a belief in evolution possible, in a practical way?

Can we each seek a deeper sense of a universal self & God, by re-framing our minds electro-chemically stimulated metaphors of theology, mythology and cosmic unity? Is an objective and rationally scientific view of the cosmos and humanity, fundamentally different from the esoteric views of religion and spirituality? Is an exploration of the chemical nature of evolution a denial of Christianity and God, or a search for the realization of God and the Cosmos inside us?

For example: "In the beginning was the Word. And the Word was with God, and the Word was God. The same was in the beginning with God. All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made. In him was life; and the life was the light of men. And the light shineth in darkness; and the darkness comprehended it not." See: John 1 (King James Version)

Are these lines from the Christian bible about a God as creator of the universe or do they speak in metaphor about the birth of a cosmic consciousness in our species? A cosmic consciousness, through the evolution of an increasing chemical complexity, resulting in the birth of the word and language, in our human species? A sentient species spawned within a chemical, cosmic womb? In the near future will thinking in terms of one chemical organism change our relationship with the Universe, ourselves and each other? Are the Christian bible and other creation stories, a mixture of objective history and unconsciously stimulated metaphors of existential meaning? Are our world wide creation stories and heroic legends, about our struggle for mature self-awareness, and an acceptance and understanding of what we are, as a manifest cosmic sentience