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I am really happy about what you just wrote. All my years of searching for meaning and truth about life and God and soul. I too have come to your conclusion without having a name for it. Now I have - Panpsychism! Do I write that on our next census form, asking for religion? Haha, I am not sure.
But this concept means that in the religious sense we are God's children, which seems to make God the man with the long beard, the judgemental patriarch. That is not what is really meant.

But don't forget the Hindu concept of Divine Mother. Also, the yogis, with Jesus, say that Heaven and God is within us, and God is not apart from us - word play: we are a part of God.
So, we can create too.
In a small way I have found that to be true in my own life.

COSMIC CONSCIOUSNESS.

How will we find out when your Gaia book has been written and published?

GG.

judecurrivan Wrote:
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> Dear Mark and everyone,
>
> as my perspective is that we don't have
> consciousness but that we and the whole world are
> consciousness - and that I expand what we mean by
> 'living' and 'intelligence' to the entire Universe
> -for me panpsychism is how I understand and
> experience reality.
>
> Plant and microbial intelligence, as biologists
> are progressively realising, is more coherent and
> communicative than hitherto appreciated.
>
> I'm looking forward to delving into this much more
> deeply in my next book Gaia: Her-Story.
>
> warmest regards,
>
> Jude

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