I agree with so much you have to say. But I wish someone would write a book that doesn’t rely on God or Goddess—because no matter how I try to make myself, I don’t believe in him or her.
I am tired of feeling like a bad person because I failed God school or angel school or spirituality school. It all feels so punishing—like if I don’t believe I am damned to live a meager life.
What’s an atheist to do?
Believer (but not in God)
I understand how you feel. I was an agnostic (someone who doesn’t believe or disbelieve) until I was 26 years old. I felt it was stupid to believe in something or someone of a higher power when there wasn’t proof. I wasn’t going to rule out God, but I also wasn’t about to leap onto that bandwagon with only blind faith, either.
Suffice it to say it was proven to me, over and over. But I digress. Your question is about conscious creation and God.
So, can an atheist consciously create? You do not need to believe in God or Goddess or anyone in order to learn to consciously create. The law of attraction is the way this universe works. Period. Like the law of gravity, it works whether you know about it or not and whether you believe in God or not. It just is.
You absolutely are not damned to live a meager life, Believer. You have the power to create everything and anything you desire.
Simply follow the first six steps of The Map and it will absolutely help you create the life of your dreams!
So why does The Map and other books include God at all?
Your Unseen Friends Make the Process Easier
Consciously creating a phenomenal life on your own can be done, but if it can be easier, why not?
It’s similar to building a house—you can do it by yourself—but why would you want to? It’s a heck of a lot less work (and some would say more fun) if you have 100 friends and family members helping out.
Your unseen friends (who exist whether you believe in them or not) want to help. They won’t do the work for you, but they can help—especially once you take responsibility for your reality.
Does that mean you are doomed to have a difficult time of creating?
Not at all—unless you believe you will be somehow punished for not believing.
Will you miss out on some of the magic and miracles?
Perhaps. But you can still create a life of your dreams—without believing in God.
However there is another consideration…
The Ultimate Journey is About Oneness
And oneness is a spiritual journey, and a spiritual journey acknowledges the existence of a higher power.
I don’t write this to make you feel you should believe—I write this to say, don’t be surprised if you change your mind.
I Was Surprised
When I began my quest to consciously create my reality I had just recently acknowledged the existence of God, but I saw little use in using it to help create.
After all, the law of attraction is more a science, than a “belief” I thought. If I get the thoughts, feelings and beliefs under control, there should be no problem, right?
And I was right.
But still, my spirituality blossomed like a flower, unwanted and unrequested by me. And yet, there it was—my unseen friends “proving” their existence, and my relationship with them deepening, richening and becoming so richly fulfilling.
However, wherever you are…
Believe What You Believe
I think above all else it’s important to honor your own feelings and beliefs. And to be okay with those.
And if you are at all open to the idea of unseen friends (like I was), but just haven’t had the proof in your own life, you may want to set an intention or two:
I intend to be open to my unseen friends help and guidance.
I intend to ask for their help and if they are there, have their help be crystal clear to me.
And/or ask for them to make themselves known:
Unseen Friends, if you are there, please make yourselves known to me. Send me a sign that I cannot miss. Thank you.
But ultimately, it’s your life and your journey, Believer. You can create it with or without your unseen friends.
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