If there were no God, would we invent one?
EQ: Absolutely! Absolutely, for mankind needs to feel connected but doesnít, dost thou understand?
So, are you suggesting that we would create a God so that we wouldÖ
EQ: To feel connected to something greater than thyself, for thee cannot feel connected to each other.
Well, itís not that we canítÖ
EQ: Oh, but thee choose not to.
EQ: Yes. So, each entity upon Terra is afraid of each other entity on Terra - except maybe one or two that it gives special dispensation to, remotely, for short periods of time - but over all, there is a fear. So, it is a very lonely place to be, is it not?
EQ: So, would thee not then create something that loves thee beauteously, or hates thee and wants to punish thee, whatever is thy inclination?
EQ: Absolutely, yes. The answer is yes to that.
So, if it didnít exist but we all believed it did, then would it exist?
Because we are energy and it would possess that energy, yes?
EQ: Yes. Thee are creators.
Or we would simply manifest it.
EQ: Yes. Thee are all creators.
And is the Source created by all this energy?
EQ: Actually, in this case, the Source createdÖthe Source was here and thee be part of the Source. Which came first?
Thatís what I was thinking.
Has there ever been a civilization on this planet that was atheist?
EQ: No. Never.
There was always some kind of connection.
EQ: Whether it is a tree or a river or a person, there has always been a worship.
Are you going to suggest that itís time for that to change now?
EQ: We are suggesting nothing.
Is it possibly about beauty, the beauty inÖ
EQ: It could be, but more so it is about need. What dost thou need?
Thatís because we have the ego in this physical form, is that correct?
EQ: And intrinsically, beings on Terra choose to give up their power.
So itís the fear that Terrans possess that cause this.
EQ: Partially, yes.
How do we try to overcome the need?
EQ: It is not about overcoming the need. It is about accepting that all thing work exactly as theyíre supposed to, and then, fully trusting in that belief.
So, like the saying goes, everything happens for a reason.
EQ: Even if at the moment it has happened the reason is a blank to thee, at some point, whether itís this life, another life, thee will have the answer. It is irrelevant, but thee will have it.
EQ: Yes. It doesnít matter why something happened, it is the experience that is important, not the "why" of the experience. The "why" only allows thee to not move. For thee are so busy looking for the "why", thee make no progress.
Is that due to the ego again?
EQ: Absolutely. And it is due to the fear.
Asking why does have a purpose, it does have a use. If we never wondered why, we wouldnít be where we are as a society.
EQ: Exactly. It has its uses, but when thee are constantly wondering why everything is happening in thy life, it stunts thee from moving froward.
So, just donít become obsessed with the why.
EQ: Exactly. It is not important to know it, but if thee do know it or find it out, then this is good.
If they change it.
EQ: Sometimes it does not need change; it just needs acceptance.
For instance, thee could be very angry that thee are physically female.
Thee could hate that. Does it make a difference? And will it
matter in the long run if thee hate being in a female body that thee hate
being in a female body because thee were raped when thee were two?
No, it doesnít matter. Thee still will hate being in a female body,
dost thou understand? So thee can have the "why", but the "why" does
not change the feeling. Only thee can change the feeling.