The Creator is the unconditional force of love and bestowal. Thus love and harmony cannot exist without synchronicity and interrelatedness. Because nature’s laws function according to mathematic and logic sequence, understanding God can be seen in the way our universe functions—in synchronicity with itself.
Who and What is God?
God is the name we use to describe the supreme entity that governs all life, but beyond any manmade construct the nature of God is both scientific and spiritual. God is the Source of all time, space and matter as we know it. Thus humanity is a reflection of the Creator, which includes gender: God is both male and female.
Perfect harmony exists throughout the universe in the form of sound waves, light waves, and the complex sophistication of biological organisms. The notion of whether god even exists has been debated for millennia. Human beings cannot define or completely understand God, which is why Atheism and Agnosticism exists. I likely fall into the latter category.
Why People Deny the Existence of God?
People deny that a Creator exists because they want simple answers to clarify the mystery that often haunts their soul. They also want immunity from the consequences that might happen if there was such a God of order and synchronicity.
It’s easy to dismiss the deep questions we have about life by drowning them out with cookie-cutter science. That way, we can go throughout our lives never really wrestling with the moral or ethical concerns that we face as humanity. The idea that purpose and meaning might exist comes with a price—it requires us to sacrifice one thing for the sake of the greater. It sobers our psyche with a sense of awe and reverence for high and noble ideals.
Back to Basics: Observing Synchronistic Events
To better understand the whole idea of the ‘Creator’ we must first take a look at how synchronicity plays out in our universe. All things seem to have their perfect time and place. When one thing is off, the others become displaced also. There is an interdependence between all life and matter in this universe.
Human Biology is Synchronized
Think of how your body works. Your biology is a very sophisticated process. When your immune system is compromised it leads to weaknesses in other bodily functions, such as your ability to fend off infections. Subsequently, you become sick.
Likewise, your hormonal system needs to be kept in balance. When too much stress exists, your cortisol level rises to the point of suppressing your natural ability to heal. In a chronic state of sympathetic fight or flight, your restorative and rebuilding abilities are compromised. You can’t get well. Your testosterone levels are low due to elevated cortisol. Your other healing and rejuvenating hormones such as growth hormone will also be less than ideal. At the molecular level, something flew out of synchronicity which caused a state of disparity.
When confronted with the question, “Is there a god?,” one should observe nature and the cosmic galaxy. Everything in our universe is aligned with order and logic, both at the micro and macro levels.
God can be described as the Supreme Being where all knowledge, information, and matter arises. Hence, God is not some person behind the clouds which many religions have so craftily embedded into our collective psyche. God is much more than that. The Creator is everything you can possibly imaging that is good, beautiful, intelligent, and wise. God is PERFECT.
Mathematics and rhythmic logic are the language of the universe. Ecosystems and biological structures on Planet Earth function by principles with certain common traits.
Relationship Between Biology and Astronomy
Scientists have discovered single-celled prokaryotic organisms, as well as complex organisms known as eukaryotic cells. The latter consist of chromosomes contained in a single nucleus. Speaking of ‘nucleus,’ observe the solar system. Negatively charged electrons orbit positively charged cells at the microscopic level. Likewise, eight planets orbit the sun of our solar system: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.
All these planets (except Venus and Mercury) have moons orbiting them—just as subatomic particles (electrons around a nucleus) orbit their center mass. A total of 170 moons orbit the planets of our solar system in a systematic way. Wherever you look, a common trend persists throughout all matter at the subatomic and planetary levels, in which smaller objects group together with larger objects. The larger objects act as magnets or bases that serve to attract the smaller objects, which in turn orbit around their base.
NASA has an interesting article on the similarities between Saturn’s rings and how they parallel with the planet’s largest moon, Titan.
At every location within Saturn’s rings, particles orbit with a particular period, or rhythm. This image is focused on two separate and nearby locations in the rings where those rhythms are in synchrony with different aspects of Titan’s 16-day orbit, creating signature effects that point from a distance back towards Titan.
The Titan Ringlet, embedded within the Colombo Gap at the center of this image, is slightly oval-shaped and always points its long axis towards Titan. The behavior and orientation of the ringlet are controlled by a gravitational resonance between Titan’s 16-day orbit and the rate at which ring particles’ oval-shaped paths rotate (“precess”) around the planet. Because the particles’ orbit precession is sensitively tied to Saturn’s internal gravity structure, the radial location of the Titan Ringlet supplies scientists with the best available measurement of the outer layers of Saturn’s interior.
Just inward of the gap is a very narrow feature that transitions from bright at the top of the image to dark at the bottom. This is a bending, or vertical, wave generated by a similar resonance with Titan, but this time it involves a synchronicity between the out-of-plane motion of Titan, which is on an inclined (tilted) orbit and similar motions of the ring particles with their own inclined orbits. In this image, taken near Saturn’s 2009 equinox when sunlight hit the rings nearly edge-on, the vertical structure of the bending wave is obvious because of shadows giving it an unusual bright-to-dark appearance. Source
NASA describes a “synchronicity” between the resonance waves of Saturn’s moon Titan and the ring particles that orbit the planet. Likewise, Earth’s moon makes an elliptical orbit of our planet every 27 days, but has a wobble in this cycle. NASA explains:
From Earth we only see one face of the moon. But it’s not always the exact same face. The moon rotates once on its own axis during each 27-day journey around the Earth. But as the moon makes its elliptical orbit, its velocity varies and alters that synchronicity, causing our perspective of the “light side” to appear at slightly different angles throughout any given month. In short, the moon wobbles. At least, it does to our eyes. A casual glance skyward won’t reveal this, but when a full month of lunar views gets compressed into 12 seconds, as in the visualization below, it’s impossible to miss. This rocking like a ship at sea is called libration, from the Latin for balance scale. Instead of just one side, we actually see about 59 percent of the lunar surface over the course of an orbit.
Human Beings Have Common Behavior Patterns
People are social beings. We thrive best when we communicate and interact with one another. A central principle is sowing and reaping, which causes us to reap the harvest of whatever energies we put out. If we choose to work hard and serve others through our gifts, talents and skills, we receive compensation in the form of either money (a medium of exchange) or good favor from others. Thus reputation is a common universal value.
Likewise, the Golden Rule is paramount for success in family, business and social relations. When we “do unto others” as we would have them do unto us, we cultivate fellowship and unity. This creates synchronicity in the form of friendship and community. In effect we regard each other more highly because our actions toward each other reinforce our intrinsic needs. These needs include the desire for belonging and approval by others, as well as the volition to give and share products or services to promote the common good.
What About Unforeseen Events, Suffering and Death?
Even unpredictable events coincide with the nature of God because there are underlying reasons for everything, even if we don’t immediately understand them. Though easily stated, unknown occurrences and unfortunate pains are not enough to dismiss the claim that there is a god.
Just because humans die, suffer at times during their lives, or have sudden tragedies of unexplained origin, it does not discount the meaning of positive processes which also take place. Thus bad or unfavorable events may be largely due to our own actions—or the subsequent generational aftermath of our ancestors’ choices.
While I cannot claim to know everything about why there is death and suffering in this life, I don’t feel I have to completely to understand God. I believe there are natural cycles in all things, which can help explain death. There is a principle of sowing and reaping which can help us better comprehend suffering. All the negatives about life are the shadow side that exists when the light is hidden. In other words, God is Light; but when God is not—the darkness emerges with suffering and death.
Wisdom is Found Through Challenge and Seeking
We may not always know the reason for unfavorable events, but the quest for knowledge and understanding is part of our growth and enlightenment process as humans. Having a healthy fear of the unknown, and carefully moving toward the light of finding who we are and what we are here to do in this life—is the process of wisdom.
If bad things didn’t occur there would be no need for wisdom. Wisdom is the unveiling comprehension of synchronistic events and the shortcomings that occur when synchronicity lacking.