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The good and evil is a holographic projection of our collective minds, the physical reality at any instant is determined by the integrated balance of our individual projections either on right or left.

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Freethinkers wanted

Started by Michael Sherlock Aug 22, 2012.

Free-thinking through daily happiness

Started by Gabriel Gherasim Aug 15, 2009.

Good and evil 2 Replies

Started by Philip Harris. Last reply by Philip Harris Mar 16, 2009.

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Comment by Kristine Millar on August 26, 2012 at 8:15pm

Looking forward to some interesting discussions...

Comment by Michael Sherlock on August 22, 2012 at 12:01am
The title of this series, ‘I am Christ’, although sounding like the assertion of a deluded mind, is in fact a profound notion. Such a notion has the potential to end wars, reduce political corruption and ease social inequality, along with almost every other manmade evil brought about by the mental manipulation which has been the cornerstone of both religion and politics. This idea, which I have termed ‘I am Christ,’ is by no means a result of my own contrivance and dates back to a time before the alleged advent of Christ himself. It enunciates a type of holistic thinking and being, or unified consciousness described by Jung as individuation. Most importantly, it represents mental freedom!
You are welcome to join our newly launched forum. You can also WIN A FREE signed copy of 'I Am Christ.' Register today at the newly launched forum.
The first volume of the 'I Am Christ' book series will be launched in December 2012.
I look forward to having discussions with you on our forum.

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