Do you ever think you’re all there is?
I am all there is.
Q: Is this the statement of personal belief by
1 an atheist, or
2 a person who feels spiritually enlightened?
A: The answer here is:
An atheist who truly believes I am all there is. There is no God has a limited outlook on life. Their view lacks vision. As far as I can see is truly, not very far.
In life, they can feel that they must go it alone because from their personal perspective, they genuinely see no other option.
Because they can’t see any other way, an atheist whose view is I am all there is may feel the need to be tough, resilient and independent. But they may also feel isolated and unsupported.
A person who genuinely experiences a sense of enlightenment however, has more light available to them. This effectively extends their personal vision.
By the light of truth and understanding, they see a bigger picture. Hugely bigger.
When this person states: I am all there is they’re not suggesting supremacy or self-grandeur. They are saying:
I am of All There Is. I can’t not be. It’s the essence of my being.
There's nothing that's not included in the All.
I’m not saying that there isn’t more to All There Is than me. I’m saying that I don’t ever see myself as separate to the All in any way. Being of The All, I never sense a lack of belonging and support.
All There Is is another name for God.
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