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Belief systems


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I adhere to the following belief systems:

- the God described by Neale Donald Walsch in his conversation in gods; his god seems logical for me;

- Angels, Kabbalah even if these beliefs are too much bookish;

- MT: for me it's a belief system; I really mean: for me. It's maybe not the truth that MT is a belief system but for me it is one;

- some beliefs related to New Age and self-development

 

And my Skeptic attitude rejects the corporate belief systems. In an enterprise, I believe only partly the brilliant speeches I hear. We call this 'c'est du pipeau' (it's a lot of hooey) in France.

 

And moreover, 4 belief systems, it's already too much, I will not adhere to a fifth one, either religious, political or corporate.

 

And you, what are your main belief systems? I'm curious to know.

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That is a big question and the scholar in me would really like to have a clear definition first so the chance is greater that we are talking about more or less the same when we use the term ‘belief system’. Because to me the stories I often tell myself about myself (for example: I’m not good enough) and the world (for example: people are stupid) are also belief systems, either coming from my chief features or my imprinting (cultural, social, familial, etc.) or both.
 

Anyway, in keeping with the types of systems you mentioned: I definitely believe that there is more than the physical world and I also believe that chaos is only a matter of perspective. There must be a vantage point from which everything makes perfect sense and I guess whatever possesses that perspective is ‘god’ or ‘Tao’ or whatever one wishes to call that. I also believe that I and every living creature have a soul or essence or spark and that is the part of me that is eternal. 
That’s about it. I find most belief systems rather stifling and boring to be honest. Especially organized belief systems.

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3 hours ago, Felicitas said:

That is a big question and the scholar in me would really like to have a clear definition first so the chance is greater that we are talking about more or less the same when we use the term ‘belief system’.

Not sure that I am a King, maybe I'm a scholar even if I have less depth than a scholar I think.

 

I was talking mainly of 'external' and public belief system written by other people. The term written is important because my 'internal' belief systems are not written and not public.

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Great, thank you for the clarification. 😀

In that case: I do not adhere to any written belief system as whole, but like you, I tend to pick some bits and pieces from various systems. I like aspects of humanism and I find the Tao Te Ching fascinating. Also, I really like eco-centrism, so a worldview that does not revolve around humans, but around the living planet. My next book to read is “Regenesis” by George Monbiot: https://www.theguardian.com/books/2022/jun/05/regenesis-by-george-monbiot-review-hungry-for-real-change

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I've always been fascinated by belief systems. Learning about different people's spiritual worldviews and philosophies never gets old for me.

 

Going by the strictures on the definition of "belief system" you've specified, I wouldn't say I wholly "buy into" any one written belief system entirely. Like a great many here, I pull what I find useful or resonant from all over. I consider myself "Christian," but I am consciously choosing an idiosyncratic definition of that term; I center my other adopted beliefs and perspectives around the teachings of Jesus, who is the IS host I most resonate with. I associate the term "Christ" with the Infinite Soul itself.

 

Most versions of the organized religion known as Christianity, while just as interesting to me as any other belief systems I've studied, don't hold much resonance with me.

 

I am also a Michael student, of course, and MT has been an important unifying element for my various other beliefs, providing a framework I can use to understand how all the moving parts relate to each other. Even then, I wouldn't say I accept Michael's teachings wholesale; I don't have much use for most aspects of what's called "Michael math," and there have been certain times where I've doubted the integrity of a channeled teaching, even from Troy. Even if I were to assume 100% accuracy in the channels themselves, I still don't think of Michael as beyond question. Only the IS itself gets that level of privilege with me.

 

Other belief systems I've pulled from significantly include:

Taoism

Hinduism (specifically the Nimbarka Sampradaya)

Buddhism (primarily Zen)

Seth's teachings

Quakerism

 

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@Sam Ki agree with you. That is why I received a degree in religious studies. I think when channeling some bias gets through, so I question. I believe Troy says to think about it and see if it feels right. Thank 

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