The Phenomenology of God

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It appears to us that we see the world because we are looking outwardly into it; but in truth what appears to be our seeing the world is us being seen by God. The seeing before us is not ours; it is His. Our seeing of the world is God’s seeing us. God is the real subject of all our experiences. It is not surprising that we can never find an I when we look for it. There is no such I. This we ought to keep with us all the time, to know that we are always bare-naked before Him. He knows our darkest secrets and even our prayers before we know them ourselves, because He is the very knowing through which we know what we know. The reality of everything, including our perceptions and apperceptions, derives from His reality.

We often assume a wrong relationship with God. We…

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i am not sure what i want in this form of life. NOW I KNOW partially what this existence is. There seems to be more relevance to Bhagavadgita's 66th sloka of 18th chapter.

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