A theist is a person who believes in the existence of God and deities without explanation. On the other hand, an atheist denies all religious beliefs of God or gods in any form or gender. A spiritual person is more of an atheist since he does not believe in any religious views or the presence of a God with a name and gender. He relies upon righteous living with good intentions and attitude in an actively calm manner, transcending towards that feeling of selflessness.

Thus, a spiritual atheist embraces practices of spirituality without subscribing to beliefs of the supernatural as conventionally understood. The spiritual path involves self-exploration while experiencing a profound connection within the universe that embodies various forms of energy.

To a spiritual atheist, God is a flow of supreme energy that is omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent, where all that exists is interconnected, interrelated, and interdependent in unity and continuity. Humans are endowed with this sublime spirit to express and exhibit their divine qualities through spiritual deeds in divinity from the inherent potentiality of divineness – That Art Thou.

Rationalism and Spirituality: A Harmonious Coexistence

Rationalism and spirituality coexist in spiritual atheism by valuing spiritual experiences while maintaining a non-theistic outlook. Unlike traditional atheism, which often ignores such experiences, spiritual atheism believes in a fulfilling spiritual life without religious regulations or belief in a supernatural being. Through reason and evidence, spiritual atheists explore human consciousness, life’s interconnectedness, and the mysteries of existence. They appreciate the cosmos’ wonders without ascribing them to a supernatural realm.

Mindfulness, meditation, and introspection are essential in spiritual-ness, nurturing self-awareness, stress control, and emotional depth. By advocating moral values, empathy, and social justice, spiritual atheists prioritize ethical and compassionate living and view moral behaviour as advantageous for personal and societal well-being. They recognize the universe’s interconnected nature and embrace scientific findings, particularly in quantum physics, as valuable insights into human existence. For those seeking a meaningful life beyond religious limitations, spiritual atheism provides a path that harmonizes spirituality and logic, endorsing values of interconnectedness, ethical behaviour, and individual and collective development.

The Journey of Self-Discovery

A spiritual atheist embarks on a journey of self-discovery, seeking answers not from any divine source but through human experiences and interactions with nature. They explore life’s meaning, purpose, and interconnectedness with all that exists without invoking the supernatural. Various practices and techniques like meditative awareness from moment to moment while witnessing one’s thoughts, feelings and actions are employed not for spiritual enlightenment but to enhance mental clarity and emotional balance; this approach counters ego-consciousness with a profound belief in selfless service and the significance of spiritual growth.

The individual spirit is that being-ness, the source of all fresh and intuitive information that keeps your mind awake, active, aware, attentive, and alive to enhance your self-awareness and self-consciousness. The spiritual endeavours with self-knowledge beyond body and mind move toward self-awakening and self-awareness to achieve greater consciousness, as Krishna, Jesus, and Buddha did. He knows that we are all interconnected and interdependent in unity and continuity. He does not believe but recognizes that if you do not know your true self, what good is believing in a supernatural God as the Creator?


The Role of Awareness in Spiritual Atheism

God’s existence cannot be attributed to a human, a gender, or a thing because it is the foundation or essence of everything. God is that infinite abstract metaphysical supreme energy that allows all finite existences, from subatomic particles to stars, to appear and disappear for the span of their existence. This divine energy is awareness in spiritual words. All realities become existential in the cosmos and unfold for our mind to observe, perceive and conceive after we are aware.

Awareness is the basis of all-knowing, manifesting in every perception to be conceived through consciousness. This means aware energy is the foundation of all we perceive – God or the Universe exists because our supreme energy of awareness says so. The highest quality of life is understanding anything with clarity, emphasizing the role of awareness. God-realization indicates spiritual intelligence through self-awareness, providing higher consciousness to know that the Creator and the creation are the same.

Quantum Science and Spirituality

After all, what is a thought? We also know the mind is nothing but thought. Thought is a flow of electromagnetic energies carrying information in the brain. Where does this information originate? Thought is purely mechanical unless it becomes aware and, after that, conscious. This means for your mind to be aware, you require an awar-er. Thus, thought is the objective of the subject of awareness, which qualifies as the presence of our being-ness. Therefore, all that eternally exists is being-ness/awareness as the supreme ability of energy, making the mind first aware and then conscious, activating thoughts to proceed with mental activity.

In this manner, the self in everyone is determined by its intensity of aware energy indicated by the suffix of its -ness equating with universal self in totality, which the Upanishads propounded as Parabrahman (supreme power), ParamAtama (beyond soul) or Parmeshwar (beyond of all beyond). Today, Quantum Science refers to the same as energy, from which everything appears and disappears for the period of its existence, including our body and mind.

Therefore, in the spiritual journey from self-awakening experience to its realization, one realizes there is no self to conceive. Self is a misnomer indicating toward body and mind, which is the quantum of what you are. Both belong to you as yours; the quality of who you are is determined not by the self but from the presence of its being-ness in selflessness in total awareness.

Advait: The Non-Duality of Creator and Creation

There is no god or deity present in the subject of spiritualism. You are God, Guru, and Self as one, not two – “Advait”. The Creator and creations are the same: absoluteness (totality) inside that wholeness contains nothing but waves of vibrating energy with abilities to condense into solids, liquids or gases, or, say, matter and consciousness in the nothingness of this universe. Out of all the skills expressed and exhibited by energy, awareness is the most sublime and supreme, responsible for activating our consciousness in the mind to feel, think, intend, and experience.

I reiterate that the subject of spiritualism is the pursuit of any individual spirit to realize the ultimate truth. Only because of you as aware energy – God and the Universe exist. There is no “I, me, or mine” in spirituality. You are that is-ness, the quality or state of being inthe spirit in a selfless state of awareness within that being-ness, from which one can observe, perceive and measure the observable.

The source of all intelligence before any thoughts emerge spontaneously and intuitively. What cannot be observed remains a mystery, which science has yet to explore, discover, create, experience and reflect from its intensity of awareness. Spiritual aware energy is eternal, the supreme ability of energy, the divine resting within. Rest remains temporal to appear and disappear into that nothingness from where they emerged. It is the final truth of an authentic spiritualist. 



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