God exists in same medium of human being on the earth.

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God exists in same medium of human being on the earth.

A soul interacts, perceives and enjoys or suffers in each world only through the medium of the external body. On earth the external body is the gross physical body. In heaven the external body is the energetic body. Now the soul can only perceive other bodies of its own kind. When the soul is on earth it has a physical body and therefore it will perceive only other physical bodies. It cannot perceive energetic bodies, which belong to another world. If a soul on earth has to perceive God, it means that God must come in a physical body. If He comes in an energetic body, then an individual on earth cannot perceive Him.

In other words, the human being can perceive only the human incarnation of the Lord. Likewise in heaven when the soul is ‘wearing’ an energetic body, it can perceive God who too is ‘wearing’ an energetic body. Vishnu, Shiva, Brahma are examples of God in energetic bodies. They cannot be perceived by humans on earth. The Lord can be perceived by humans only through human body-medium. Since we can perceive the Lord only in a physical human body, the Lord has to take up a human body in order to fulfill the desire and devotion of His devotees.

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God wears energetic form?

God wears energetic form? so before this energetic form was not part of god? and what about other energetic forms that god does not wear?

I think we are talking about different things when we say "god". I refer to that omnipotent omniscience omnipresent that encompasses all and that therefore the mind cannot conceive or understand. Otherwise what is the point of that concept?

seeker | Wed, 12/17/2008 - 19:49
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He believes in a 'cosmic Daddy' who exists apart from his creation and has wants and needs and opposes some stuff and demands other stuff and visits us to play with his toys and generally acts like a spoiled brat. It's kinda like Christianity on crack.

Phroggy | Wed, 12/17/2008 - 23:05