G-d R us!



1st, you have to acknowledge that G-d exists. Other wise this is all pointless.

G-d’s pronouns are “they” and “them.”  This is because in the Tenach, specifically in the book of Genesis G-d’s name is specified as “Elohim,” which is plural.

G-d is addressed by billions of names from many human cultures and spiritualities. By far, the religion that has the most names of G-d is the Hindu religion, which is also the oldest in continuous practice, and the one that many scientists say holds the most accurate description of the cosmos.

Judaism holds that G-d has 77 names.

Having said that, we come to a seeming contradiction: There is only one G-d. One way to express this is as the “Oneness of the All.”

G-d is said to have the following attributes:

1. G-d Is Infinite – They are Self-Existing, They have always existed.
2. G-d Is Self-Sufficient – They Have No Needs.
3. G-d is Omnipotent – They are  All Powerful.
4. G-d Is Omniscient – They know all that is knowable.
5. G-d Is Omnipresent – They are Everywhere
6. G-d Is Wise – They are Full of Perfect, Unchanging Wisdom.
7. G-d Is Faithful – They are  Infinitely, Unchangingly True.
8 G-d Is Good – They are  Infinitely, Unchangingly Kind and Full of Good Will.
9. G-d Is Just – They are Infinitely, Unchangeably Right and Perfect in All They Do.10. G-d Is Merciful – They are  Infinitely, Unchangeably Compassionate and Kind.
11. G-d Is Gracious – G-d Is Infinitely Inclined to Spare the Guilty.
12. G-d Is Loving – G-d Infinitely, Unchangingly Loves All Beings.
13. G-d Is Holy – They are  Infinitely, Unchangingly Perfect.
14. G-d Is Glorious – They are Infinitely Beautiful and Great.

What do these attributes suggest then, about the nature of G-d?
Starting with number 3: G-d is all powerful.  Collectively, mankind is all powerful, or at least that is the way mankind is evolving.
4. G-d knows everything that is knowable.  This is also true of mankind, collectively, and this is becoming more true as each day passes.
5. G-d is everywhere. So is mankind.

The fact is that all of the attributes here stated concerning G-d are also true of mankind.  What then can we conclude from this?


Nature, the Universe(s), all matter and all energy are G-d.
Consider this conversation:

Q:  “Rabbi, what happens when we die?”
A: “The drop becomes the ocean.”

Q: “Then, what happens when we are born?”
A: “The ocean becomes a drop.”

If you go to the ocean, and fill an eye dropper with water from the ocean, that dropper contains all of the essence of the ocean.
When a human being is born from a mothers womb, that being takes his first breath, and with that breath, he receives a soul.

There is only one soul. That one soul is shared by all living beings.

That one soul is called G-d; or the Atman, or Be’al, or Brahma, or any other of the billion (or more) names humans have for deity.  That soul is your innermost being. It is your true self. 

Along with the one soul, you also have an ego.  This is what usually asserts itself as your body grows into adulthood. If left unchecked, it can dominate you and supplant your real self. In fact, with many people it does.

There is a television series that illustrates this very succinctly. It’s a New Zealand series called The Almighty Johnsons.  The premise of the story is that each member of the Johnson family, on the occasion of their 21st birthday, becomes the living, breathing incarnation of one of the Norse G-ds.  It’s like they take on another entity which shares their lives.  Some of the interaction between the two is quite illustrative, I think, of our own lifelong co-habitation with Elohim.

There is a Native American story about two wolves.

A Cherokee chief spoke to his grandson: A fight is going on inside me,” he said to the boy. “It is a terrible fight and it is between two wolves. One is evil – he is anger, envy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies, false pride, superiority, and ego.”

 He continued, “The other is good – he is joy, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence, empathy, generosity, truth, compassion, and faith. The same fight is going on inside you – and inside every other person, too.”

The grandson thought about it for a minute and then asked his grandfather, “Which wolf will win?”

The old Cherokee simply replied, “The one you feed.” 

Between the worlds, during that time when you are absorbed by what I call the “G-d Collective,”or the “Great Link,”  you are one with G-d, which is to say you are one with all beings from all time and all space.  You share all their thoughts. You are of one mind. 

But ever so often you have to take a corporeal body. In a sense you separate from G-d at this point, but in reality that is an illusion. You can never be separated from G-d, you can only think you are.

 (Note: There are many false prophets in this world. They will lie to you and tell you that you are separated from G-d, that you are not worthy of G-d.  But this is a lie, and it is blasphemy.  You can never be separated from G-d, because YOU ARE G-D.)

 When you sleep, or when you are unconscious, you are in fact one with the Great Link. You are participating in the creation and maintenance of new worlds, new universes. As I just stated, this happens when you are asleep or unconscious, but it is especially true between the worlds, when you are not residing in a corporeal body. 

What then is the purpose of life?  True happiness is the realization that you, and all other living beings, are G-d.  Once you grok that realization, you will begin to treat all other beings like G-d. You will give them the respect and love that G-d is due, and they in turn will do the same for you. 

Sri Baba Ram Stephen (aka, Guru Stephan Gabriel) believes that if just ten percent of the Earths human population were to embrace this concept, we would have peace on Earth. We would eradicate poverty, illiteracy, disease, war, and usher in the promised Age of Aquarius.