wikiHow to Argue for the Existence of God

Anyone who feels God, can see and feel God in them. They live with God. God lives with them in their hearts. They feel God as an energy around them and within them. They realize that God is a higher faith, a greater presence. They crave Him.


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    Find out about the enlightenment. Spiritual enlightenment means to obtain a spiritual revelation or deep insight into the meaning and purpose of all things, to communicate with or understand the mind of God, or to achieve a fundamentally changed level of existence whereby one's self is experienced as a non-changing field of pure consciousness. [1] Mysticism is the pursuit of communion with, identity with, or conscious awareness of an ultimate reality, divinity, spiritual truth, or God through direct experience, intuition, instinct or insight. [2]
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    Realize that every religion is based on the experience of enlightenment of its founder: Christianity of Jesus, Islam of Muhammad, Judaism of Abraham, Buddhism of Buddha [3], Hinduism of many enlightened. The center of a religion is enlightenment. Religion will lead to enlightenment. Moses was enlightened, as he saw a shining (burning) bush after many years of a secluded life in the desert. He saw the light of God in the bush. Jesus became enlightened, after John the Baptist gave him the Enlightenment energy (kundalini energy). After this Jesus meditated 40 days in the desert. Then the devil (his ego) left him and the angels ministered to him (he was able to help with the enlightenment energy his fellow human beings). Buddha got enlightenment after six years as a yogi under the Bodhi tree. Mara (the devil) disappeared and Buddha rested in happiness. [4]
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    Realize that God is a mystery that can be described as personal and impersonal. [5] In Judaism, Christianity and Islam God is seen as an acting person. God is a supreme being, which can be addressed as a person and asked for help. Hinduism, Buddhism and Taoism (Chinese philosophy) prefer the abstract concept of God. God is a higher consciousness field (cosmos, unity, happiness).
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    Realize that there are different conceptions of God within the same religion. Moses has in contrast to Jesus, an abstract concept of God. In his central definition Moses describes God as: "I am." These words refer to God as a happy state of being which one experiences in the enlightenment. In the words "I am" the royal road to enlightenment is mentioned. Man must develop a cosmic consciousness. He loses the sense of his self (ego). He experiences himself as pure consciousness, as one with everything and can say only, "I am." He can not say: "I am the ... (name)." He identifies himself with everything. In yoga it is called Sat-Chid-Ananda, the compound from being, unity and bliss.
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    Prove God through the enlightenment. There are millions of witnesses in the world for the fact of enlightenment. Million people in all cultures and at all times have attained enlightenment. They have all had the same experience, although they have used different words to describe God: "nature, universe, Tao, Brahman, Nirvana, Manitou, Allah, Yahweh". Modern science has studied many enlightened and confirmed their specific abilities. Everyone can check the proof.[6] Thoroughly investigated by U.S. brain researchers several years ago was Matthieu Ricard. They found a particularly large inner happiness, serenity, inner peace and compassion. [7]
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    Question the other person's lack of belief and ask them if they know about the complexities of the sciences. If they do then how can they possibly think that such a perfectly run world can exist without another force managing it? One planet slightly sped up or slowed down could destroy the whole of mankind. Yet it hasn't happened.


  • The physical proof of God is that God not only exists in an enlightened, but also as an outer reality: "Body and soul are separate. There is an afterlife, there is a paradise, praying is helpful, God can act through miracles. " To prove this, we need a lot of convincing evidences.
  • Theist: You make a major logical error, as many other brain researchers too. If God can be perceived by the brain (there are even certain areas of God), does this not mean that God is only in the brain. If an apple can be perceived by the brain, does this not mean that there is no real apple outside the brain. God can exist inside and outside the brain. Persinger did a psychological proof of God. Great thanks to him.
  • The physics is approaching the realization that there are one or more higher dimensions in our universe. (String theory[8], Quantum mechanics [9]) Hans-Peter Dürr: "Basically, there is no such thing as material. Primarily, there exist only connections to material foundation. We could therefore call it consciousness material. Energy appears only as coagulated secondarily, solidified spirit. Many discoveries of quantum physics are not only immaterial, but that is a work in completely different ways that has nothing to do with the standard three-dimensional spatial sense we have. It is a pure information field, a sort of quantum code. It has nothing to do with mass and energy. This information field spans the entire universe. The cosmos is whole information because this field has no limit. There is only one but, this one united entity is differentiated."
  • Using transcranial magnetic stimulation, researchers have caused subjects to experience religious epiphanies at the flip of a switch.[10] Enlightenment, or deep religious feeling, thus exists as a psychological phenomenon. There are two possible interpretations of this information: "strong" atheists would argue that religious epiphanies induced by TMS disprove the existence of God by demonstrating that religious experiences arise from a physical source. Theists argue that although it is possible to "trick" someone into believing that they are having a religious experience, there are also "real" religious experiences induced by God that exist independently of the "false" ones induced by powerful magnets.
  • There is the psychological and the physical evidence of God's existence. For the psychological proof of God, it is sufficient that the enlightenment is mental and that an enlightened one sees God. God as a transcendent experience is already proven. There are many enlightened witnesses. [11]


  • New insights may emerge constantly. The evaluation of research results is extremely difficult. Many views are possible. And that's a good thing. God is bigger than human capacity. Only circumstantial evidences are possible. And ratings are subjected to the principle of free evaluation. Everyone may form their own opinion.

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