Many people believe that there must have been something in existence before the big bang occurred since to have something arrive out of nothing seems problematic. Quantum physics has offered several possible explanations to this dilemma but the explanations themselves although proven experimentally seem to many to be much more rooted in fantasy than the widely accepted something out of nothing big bang theory.
Nevertheless, scientific experiments have revealed that our intention creates the reality around us at the atomic level. (See the link below)
If we trust the math then it seems to point to the possibility that an intention or a collection of intentions created this universe. Furthermore would we be so far off to refer to this collection of intentions as God. The difficulties arise when we try to conceptualize and describe how the sequence of events at the birth of the universe might have taken place and how that might reconcile with our present concepts of God, Heaven, Creation and Time. To do this I have taken a leap of faith by stating that the most powerful intention is Love and therefore it must come from the source of all intentions.
The stream of consciousness writing below is my attempt to reconcile quantum possibilities with our present concepts of God that come from such books as, the Bible, the Qur’an and the Tibetan book of the dead.
I and many others believe that we exist in this form as a result of an intention that willed the creation of that universe. Each of us is a tiny fragment of that intention and the tiny fragments return to the whole after we have left the vessels that are our bodies.
This is similar to many religions but that is where we diverge. We do not believe that we go to our rewards after we die, we believe that the very fact that we exist at all is a testament to the importance of this existence. This life is to be lived to the fullest with love as our guide. If we can manage to that then maybe something meaningful will return with us to the source.
The Bible speaks of the name of God as Yahweh which means I am which is something that is rarely discussed in churches.
The Tibetan book of the dead talks about memories of writhing bodies at the beginning of existence.
These are clues to what other people have perceived through meditation, prayer or other means of connecting to a source that I have felt as solidly as the ground beneath my feet.
The abstract thoughts below are meant to present a possibility of how God could exist according to Quantum theory and how love may affect our existence here and beyond.
God is all infinite possibilities but it is only intention that offers some of these possibilities direction. Heaven exists as the collection of all intention but there is only one intention that can exist here. It is the appreciation for all possibilities, the ecstasy that accompanies the creation of all realities and this intention is love. The collection of intention thereby provides a womb for creation. In this instance of creation, a finite number of possibilities is each locked onto a single reality and sent rolling down the hill of time with a big bang.
At irregular intervals God guides his intention to this rolling creation and breathes into them a number of possibilities through the emergence of life. These possibilities remain in a state of partial unpredictability but roll for a time within the creation into which they have been inseminated. But they are different because they have emerged directly from the wellspring of all possibilities driven by the intention that is love and it is this love energy alone that can give direction to these tiny possibilities and create within creation realities unforeseen when the downhill trip began.
And so these vessels of unpredictability affect the course of creation like a celestial game of Klinko, not stopping but gently changing the otherwise predictable flow of events that followed the big bang. But since love is the intention that directs possibilities it is only love that truly creates. Therefore the life that learns to love learns to create.
Moreover, the love that drives each possibility is eternal energy that is etched and shaped every time it is released. This is rare in some instances of life but plentiful in others. Where it is plentiful, the love that drives the breath of possibility will retain many of the characteristics of the vessel that holds it. And so that vessel lives on long after it has been dissolved by the downhill tumble of creation.