my own view tends towards pantheism, that the universe itself is conscious, vibrant and alive, and I have no issue if anyone wishes to call this God. I base this on my own felt sense of awareness, deep meditation confirming what the ancient seers have reported, holy texts have stated, and even some modern physicist and neuroscientist have come to believe. This is a little different view than panpsychism, which holds that distinct and separate…




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