God is More Like You and I Than Originally Conceived


An idea occurred to me that maybe we are placing too many eggs into the "God" basket.  Have you ever thought of that?  What's with all the hub-bub anyway about God?  People change their entire lives to follow a variation of an incarnation of God.  But why?  Is it because the idea of a supreme being is parental that it provides for a sense of security that will carry us through death?  It is because the idea empowers men and women who use it as a conduit of power to control others through force, or through intellect, or both.  

Is there a supreme being out that the is essentially the sum of all games, the ultimate game master, the ultimate dungeon master?  Even better!  Let's borrow from this line of insight, the dungeon master.  What is a dungeon master anyway?  Well, according to Dungeons and Dragons aficionados, the dungeon master is "the game organizer and participant in charge of creating the details and challenges of a given adventure, while maintaining a realistic continuity of events.  In effect, the dungeon master controls all aspects of the game, except for the actions of the player characters, and describes to the players what they see and hear.  Let me rewind and emphasize that the dungeon master also is a participant.  Isn't that interesting?  


Now, some of us have been taught that God's role was a direct relationship with humankind in the beginning.  There was a physical relationship with man and woman.  Then over the course of notable events, God's relationship changed to one of a parent who was divorced of his family.   God would visit here and there with his kids, but even then, it wasn't good-quality time.  Eventually, God went on a road trip to Mexico, and we never heard from them again.  Since then, there have been people who have claimed to be God, or be messengers of God, or variations of God depending upon what religion they're studying.  Okay.  Thanks.  Sometimes there's wisdom in their words, but otherwise, we, those who are “not” as enlightened as those “self-proclaimed mouth pieces of “God””, must physically work to eat down here, apart from the mountain top.  What is God's role really supposed to be, and, let's get down to it, is “God” more supreme than either you or me?


What if God were the dungeon master of this game that we call life?  An essential element no doubt, but so are you.  Without the players, there is no game.  God doesn't want to just play with himself all night, defining the rules, and then running over to play an elf, rolling the dice and seeing what fate brings in the battle with an orc, and then run back to the dungeon master role to impart what happens next.  Boring.  No, God must have players.  

But then, if there were a bunch of players, and no God, then what would happen?  Well, perhaps life wouldn't be quite as interesting, but then, perhaps life would be life in some other manner.  Perhaps there wouldn't be so many damn wars about God?  What if God is more like an important character in the grand arc of history, but the absence of God as the character doesn't mean there is no story, it just means the story is, from some perspective, less vibrant.  Perhaps with the infusion of God as a character into the life stage, the story becomes waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay more elaborate and grandiose, because you know, God has panache for the grandiose, don't you think?  I mean, God’s ego cannot be denied.  

So, let's chop God down a couple of notches, and use an analogy to better articulate the idea that I'm presenting.  This thought experiment is just an idea.  Your mind and imagination are a safe space.  You don’t have to believe in it, just play with it like a toy.  Flex your imagination.  I'm saying, isn't this a funny way to look at things, and what if this were so?  Let's just say that a blanket represents all of reality as we know it with all its dimensions and beauty.  Let's say there is an earth, and a moon, and a space, and people, and trees, and oceans, and animals, and rainbows.  Lest we forget the rainbows, never!  Let's also say that there is no God woven into this blanket, the blanket is still the blanket, but it's not as colorful.  There's no fine little details in the stitches.  There's no real "pop" throughout, here and there, to make the eye jump around to look at all aspects of the blanket.    There's no glitter in this blanket!  Where's the glitter?  It's not a very colorful blanket.  Now, let's weave some God in there, and suddenly it COMES ALIVE!  Holy Cow!  Poppin!  Rockin'.  Amazing.  Colorful.  Details beyond imagination.  That's the addition of God, but without it, it's still a blanket.  It's a beautiful scene, but it doesn't pop.  It keeps you warm, but you don’t rant and rave about the blanket and marvel at how beautiful it is.  So, God is not essential for the blanket to exist, but without God, the blanket is not as amazing as it could be.  The blanket has potential to be better. There is ALWAYS room for improvement.  Always.  Continuous, pluralized self-improvement is the journey into 5D my brothers and sisters where our life experience is re-vitalized and rejuvenated with the color of God.  It’s a spiritual path we all walk, together.  God’s spark is inside all of us.  Let me tell you a little secret.  YOU can be the dungeon master!  Ahhh!  See!?  Keep walking with me, please.

And what if that's all that God could really offer?  God can add the amazing details of life, but he's not this mighty mountain of a force that is omnipotent, omnipresent, all knowing.  The only way we, collectively as a soul family, is that each of us contributes the amazing details.  This is to be the grand experiment that has never been done before.  We each contribute amazing colorful details to our 5D reality.  Our world will be vibrant and beautiful because there are soon many perspectives from which to contribute to our 5D Mother Earth, Mother Gaia.  

God is not what we're making them out to be.  Now, I wouldn't want to live in a world without God.  That's not what I'm inferring here either.  I want God in my life, whatever form that God may be, but there are some requirements for God that I need.  I need them.  God must be compassionate, loving, empathetic to the nth degree, caring, and have a positive sense of humor.  We need to laugh some.  We need joy in our lives.  We need to celebrate each other, hug each other, hang out, enjoy each other’s perspectives.  We are on the verge of the beginning of an amazing and soul uplifting party.  I think we’ll call this party the “Post-Graduation Event Party”.  Guess who’s invited.  EVERYONE.  We’re all graduating!  I could almost cry right now just thinking about that.  And remember, if you can think it, it’s can be done. There’s always a way.  All you have to do is try and apply yourself.  To quote Yanni from Live at the Acropolis, “And I just want to remember one more thing, that everything great that has ever happened to humanity since the beginning, has begun as a single thought in someone's mind and if anyone of us is capable of such a great thought then all of us have the same capacity, capability, because we are all the same.”  I don’t think that’s asking too much.  I think we would all agree, I hope, that these are good and uplifting attributes to remark about God.  We all want a cool bro/sis God.  But what if God is not some supra-natural force that is of some divine nature that has a heaven waiting for those that are following God, where they live in a private, exclusive and ultra-prestigious neighborhood surrounded by pearly gates, paved with streets of gold, and has virgins for the men?  What’s up with that last part?  Stupid mind control “tool of the month” created by a tool.  What if God is almost like a human, like you and I just making their way through life and contributing to the grand play in their own way.  God’s a stage designer.  God’s not the lead character.  God doesn’t want to be the lead character.  There's really nothing particularly interesting about being God, except that God is an incredible artist, and can design an incredible set and suggest rules to which the players, or actors, adhere to.  I mean, the actors can always decide to not participate and play by God's rules.  They’re no rule “in the book” that dictates, “You must play by God’s rules or you will be punished.”  That would be an outdated, incorrect, and documented flawed approach in trying to marshal other players to play the actively-leading dungeon master’s version of the game.   Doesn’t our in5D God makes the best games, because God is, among many things, a great artist.  God is not a banker.  God is not an actor.  God is not a hair stylist....no wait, maybe God is a hair stylist.  God is not a manager.  God is just God.  Indiscernible from other life-experiencers, and God just goes on God’s merry way.  


Now that could all be a bunch of baloney, and God could just be pretending to not be God, or not remember that God is God, so that God can walk among the players of the game that God is creating and participating within.  That could be true too.  Whatever the case may be, I just want to say, “in5D God, if you're a man, woman, animal, plant, or all the above and then some, I just want to say that you're doing a bang-up job of making the game interesting, and at times, a bit weird.  You go to weird places sometimes God, has anyone ever told you that?  I mean, really, what's with Kim Kardashian's oily derriere breaking the internet?  Is this some sort of joke?  Because if it is, I'm about to flip the board.  JUST KIDDING!  You keep being you in5D God.  I’ll be me, you’ll be you.  We love you!  We love each other!” 

Well, I think it's only fitting that I imbed the following music video into my entry, “One of Us” by Joan Osborne.  Sort of “ties the bow” on this whole present that I’m calling an article.  

Love to you everywhere! :)


About the authorSean Akers is a researcher within many avenues in need of exploration. His passion is to discover and share the actual, real truth in order to catalyze the betterment, empowerment and mass self-actualization of love, compassion, empathy, remembrance, healing and humility to all conscious persons engaged in this experience we are collectively sharing through life. If you wish to contact him, please send an e-mail to sean@thesource.io His written materials and additional shared resources of inspiration can be found at http://www.thesource.io