Does Prayer Really Work? Here are some thoughts

Author: Eleana Rondón

Prayer :

Prayer is one of the oldest human practices and is still present. Whether you are a Christian, Muslim, Hindu or spiritual person, prayer can be a powerful way to connect with your higher self and get closer to yourself.

In this article, we will explore why prayer is important and answer common questions like why do we need to pray, how we should pray, and what to do if praying is not working.

Understand why prayer is important

Prayer is a way to connect with God, yourself, and the universe. It means communicating with your higher self. Prayer helps you to discover your true nature.

Prayer is important because it brings clarity and peace to your life by connecting you with God. Daily prayer makes us experience relaxation, happiness, and positive thinking.

 That helps us achieve our goals because we have become stronger spiritually.

Why do we need to pray?

Prayer is a practice that allows you to focus on what is meaningful in your life while helping you get through tough times.

When you pray, you connect with the highest part of yourself, a part of the universal consciousness. In other words, it means talking to your spirit guide, the part within you that knows everything about you and the universe.

When we pray for something, our mind goes into a relaxed state where we become more aware of our thoughts and feelings. It allows us to see things clearly and make better decisions.

Prayer for protection

Prayer for protection

If you feel an uncomfortable sense that something unexplainable is wrong and you feel off it could be negative energy sent from someone else to bother you. To protect yourself you imagine yourself inside of an invisible shell like an egg filled with light and you imagine or pray that everything negative sent to you by someone else bounces off your shell and returns to them 5 times more.

How should we pray?

One important yet subtle shift in thinking that can change everything is in our point of view. God is with us always, but He/She/It is inside of us. He is the energy that creates our world. It is a co-creation. So it is good to avoid thinking God is outside us. He is not a Santa Claus figure but instead a part of us and we are a part of God. I like to think He is my co-pilot but She also sits in my same seat. Can’t get much closer than that. We are partners. Because we have free will we can allow Him to share our earthly lives and to create experiences together. We create so we need to watch how we think because thoughts have power for positive and for negative. Actually we do not realize how much power we have as being connected to God, the Source. There are many stories of people who let God take the wheel with amazing results.

And we don’t have to pray for things as that can show that we believe we do not and may never get what we are asking for. Instead thank God for this life and all we receive in it. Our thoughts for something have already activated the energies to receive it. Be thankful that it is on its way to you.

Prayer does not have to be complicated. It can simply be saying thank you for what you have in your life or asking for guidance to handle a situation. You can even pray silently by just thinking about these things!

What matters is to focus on what you are saying and do it from the heart. Act as if whatever you pray for is done and has happened. Believe it, and be grateful to the universe for its help in making it so. Say thank you.

Prayer for a Friend

If you have a friend who is sick or going through hard times you can close your eyes and imagine the issues of your friend leaving them, think as if it is done and they are well and give thanks to the universe for helping your friend. As they say, believe it is done.

Who is God?

“I said, ‘You are gods, sons of the Most High, all of you.” (Psalms 82:6).

This earthly experience is actually a co-creation exercise. We are creating our lives along with our creator together. So we are not praying to a Santa Clause figure, and this is very important. We have the power, not something or someone else, to make the world we want. This play we are in is very good at hiding that from us.

God is you. You have all the power and potential of God within you because God is the source of all energy, matter, life, and consciousness.

God has given us this power by creating us in his image with a mind that can think for itself. We use our minds to create things on Earth. We can do the same in heaven and beyond if we choose to do so.

Society taught us to believe that there is something out there called “God” who has more power than anyone else. Truth is you can find God within yourself: As above, so below, as within, so without, as the universe, so the soul.

If God is inside, why do we have to pray? Prayer is like a channel: we need it to connect with that inner power.

How does prayer work? Here is why prayer is powerful

Everything is constantly in motion and vibrating at the atomic and subatomic levels

Here is something interesting: everything in the universe is of matter and energy. The matter is composed of atoms and molecules. Energy makes atoms and molecules constantly revolve around themselves, vibrating and creating life.

That is the musica universalis or music of the spheres that Pythagoras spoke about. He called it “music” because movement is coessential to sound.

But what does this have to do with prayer, you may ask?

Well, the ancient sages understood the power of sounds to create. That is why they came up with mantras or words of power.

In this sense, a specific sound, word, or combination of words can influence the mind, the body, and the spirit. They can activate certain parts of the brain or aspects of the consciousness.

Prayers work similarly to mantras because they also employ the power of words. That is why Christian mystics had spiritual trances and mystical experiences while praying.

In other words, praying can put you in a condition where you are more likely to connect with higher states of consciousness.

It can reach the point of affecting three-dimensional matter. For instance, there is anecdotal evidence of Christian mystics levitating during prayer.

However, if you want this to happen, you must be focused and immersed in prayer.

Why praying is not working

Why praying is not working

Praying can work or not: it all depends on you. There are many reasons why prayers may not seem to work. Here are some of them

Lack of faith or doubt

One of the main reasons prayer may not work is the lack of faith or doubt.

In many religions, faith is an essential aspect of prayer, as your belief in a higher power makes your prayers effective. If one has doubts or lacks faith, their prayers may not be as effective as they could be.

But why?

When we say faith, it does not mean blindly hoping something will happen. It means knowing something will happen.

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines the word “faith” this way;

“to believe that (someone or something) deserves to be trusted

His parents have always had faith in him.

We had faith in her ability to succeed.”

A child has faith his parents will be back by dinner because they always do. You have faith in your friend helping you because he never lets you down, etc.

Faith is a force. You create it in yourself when you experience the divine. The more you have mystical experiences, the more faith in God you will have.

And when you apply this force to your prayers, your words become more powerful.

Free will

In many religions, there is a belief that humans have free will, which means they can make choices and decisions that can impact their lives.

Sometimes people make choices that may not align with their prayers, leading to an outcome different from what they hoped.

For example, you may ask God to give you money, but you are doing the things that make you poor. The universe may show you many opportunities to make more money, but you ignore or reject them. In that way, we can be our own worst enemies by sabotaging the ideas that we say we want. Do we really, really want them? People can be afraid of both failure and success.

You are asking for things that are not what you need

There is a law of cause and effect, and everything happens for a reason, even if we do not understand it.

Remember, we are souls living a human experience. Our purpose here is to learn. If we have to experience an unpleasant situation, it is a learning experience for our souls.

Some experiences are ugly and painful but necessary, and we do not realize it. We need to see the bigger picture.

For example, if someone has a disease like cancer, there is a chance they will get better. If that happens, you can see how this experience made them stronger.

If they do not get better and need to pass away, we may not see it, but that learning deeply impregnated his soul. It will help that person be strong and wise in his next life (click here to read our article on reincarnation).

That does not mean you should not pray. The positive energy you send will help that person who is sick. But understand that everything happens for a reason.

Conclusions | How should we pray?

We must understand we do not know the experiences our souls have to undergo to become wiser. Instead of asking God to give us what we want, we should ask for wisdom, patience, and strength to continue our paths.

So, how should we pray? We need to reframe why we are praying. Instead of praying to get material things, we should do it to connect with God.

Prayer vs. meditation.

Also, if you have difficulty seeing the bigger picture, you may want to complement praying with meditation. Praying is to talk to God while meditating is listening to God

 (click here to read our article about meditation).

Here is a beautiful example of how we should pray:

“God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,

 courage to change the things I can,

and wisdom to know the difference.”

What should I do if prayer does not work?

As we have seen in this article, prayer does work, but not because of supernatural phenomena. Instead, it needs some simple things from us: a silent mind, deep concentration imaging what we wish to happen, and a faithful heart with the understanding that we are not praying to anything outside of us but to the creator that is already inside of us and thanking Him as if the results have already happened. Strive to develop these things.

“Seek the Kingdom of God above all else, and live righteously, and he will give you everything you need” (Matthew 6:33).

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Reincarnation: A Real-Life Phenomenon?

Author: Eleana Rondón

Have you ever experienced déjà vu or felt a strong connection to someone you’ve just met? These are just a few examples of what people often attribute to reincarnation – the idea that our souls can be reborn into new bodies after death.

What is reincarnation, Is reincarnation real?

Is reincarnation real?
Reincarnation is the idea that the soul, or consciousness, survives physical death and is reborn into a new body. The concept has been a part of many spiritual and philosophical traditions throughout history, including Hinduism, Buddhism, and various indigenous belief systems. In recent years, reincarnation has also gained popularity in the West, with many people claiming to have memories of past lives or engaging in spiritual practices aimed at uncovering their previous incarnations.

Evidence for reincarnation

While people dismiss the concept of reincarnation as superstition or fantasy, many believe there is evidence to support its existence. For example, there have been numerous cases of people who claim to remember past lives and can provide detailed information they could not know through ordinary means.

Shanti Devi: A famous case

One of the most famous cases of past life memory is that of Shanti Devi, an Indian girl who claimed to remember a past life as a woman named Lugdi Devi. She could provide detailed information about Lugdi’s life, including her husband’s name and profession, the layout of her home, and the names of family members. Several respected scholars and officials investigated and verified Shanti Devi’s claims. One of them was Mahatma Gandhi.

James Leininger: Another compelling case

Another well-known case is that of James Leininger, an American boy who claimed to remember being a World War II fighter pilot named James Huston Jr. He provided detailed information about Huston’s life, including the names of crew members, the type of plane he flew, and the location of his aircraft carrier. Several researchers investigated and verified James’ claims. One of them was Jim Tucker, a psychiatrist at the University of Virginia who studied hundreds of cases of past life memories in children.

The Dalai Lama: A unique case

In Tibetan Buddhism, the concept of reincarnation plays a central role in the selection of the Dalai Lama, the spiritual leader of the Tibetan people.

The current Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, is believed to be the 14th reincarnation of the original Dalai Lama, who lived in the 14th century.

According to tradition, when the Dalai Lama dies, his soul is reborn into a new body, and a search is conducted to find the child who is the new reincarnation. This process involves many tests and rituals designed to identify the child who possesses the spiritual qualities of the previous Dalai Lama. Somehow, the child can identify which items belonged to the previous Dalai Lama. This can be seen in the popular movie “Little Buddha” with Keanu Reeves.

There is another well-known book to the movie from the famous actress Shirley MacLaine called “Out on a Limb,” recounting her experiences.

Past life regression therapy

Past life regression therapy is a technique to help individuals explore their past lives to gain insight, clarity, and healing in their present life.

During a past life regression session, a trained therapist guides the individual into deep relaxation and uses visualization techniques to access memories and experiences from their past lives. The individual may see, hear, or feel things from their past lives and gain insight and understanding about their current life situation.

The famous book “Many Lives, Many Masters” by the psychiatrist Brian Weiss describes some cases of past life regression therapy.

What does the Bible say about reincarnation?

In addition to these compelling cases, some also point to certain passages in the Bible that suggest the possibility of reincarnation. For example, in the Gospel of Matthew, it says that John the Baptist was the reincarnation of Elijah, the Old Testament prophet.

Most Catholics don’t see any connection here. They think this passage is symbolic and does not refer to reincarnation.

However, let’s see what Gnostic scriptures say about this.

Gnostic scriptures are a collection of religious texts written by various groups of Gnostics. A sect of early Christians, during the first few centuries of the Common Era. They believed they had access to secret knowledge, called gnosis, unavailable to the mainstream Christian community.

The Gnostic texts are considered a part of the larger corpus of ancient Christian literature. But they were not included in the final canon of the Christian Bible.

One of these texts is the Pistis Sophia, a dialogue between Jesus and his disciples. Here, Jesus reveals secret teachings about the nature of the universe and the soul’s journey toward spiritual liberation.

Among its many ideas, the text touches upon reincarnation, specifically the reincarnation of the biblical prophet Elijah.

According to the Pistis Sophia, Elijah reincarnated several times to fulfill his divine mission. The text describes a series of encounters between Jesus and his disciples. During which Jesus reveals that John the Baptist is the reincarnation of Elijah. Considering this passage and other Gnostic scriptures, we can have another perspective on what the Bible says about reincarnation.

Theories of reincarnation

While skeptics may argue that cases of reincarnation can explained by coincidence or fraud, many believe that they provide compelling evidence for the existence of reincarnation. Some theories suggest that a soul is a form of energy that transfers from one body to another and that memories from past lives may store in the soul and accessed in future lives.

The belief in reincarnation has been a part of many different cultures and religions throughout history. Some of the most well-known traditions that believe in reincarnation include:

  • Buddhism
  • Hinduism
  • Jainism
  • Sikhism
  • Gnosticism
  • Taoism
  • Ancient Egyptians
  • Ancient Greeks
  • Native American religions
  • Pythagoreanism
  • Shintoism
  • Theosophy
  • Celts (some evidence suggests they believed in reincarnation)
  • Some mystical sects in Judaism and Islam (like Kabbalists, some Sufi sects, etc.)
  • The Inca and many other indigenous cultures in South America.
  • Some Christian mystics

Why prayer is important | Hindu prayers to be free from reincarnation

In Hinduism, moksha is the ultimate goal of spiritual practice, which means liberation from the cycle of birth and death. While one prayer cannot guarantee moksha, several mantras or Hindu prayers can help to attain this ultimate goal, according to traditional beliefs.

Mantras are essentially sound vibrations that have a profound effect on the human psyche. Hindu traditions explain that when a mantra is repeated with intention and focus, it creates a vibrational energy that can help to purify the mind, body, and soul and to connect the individual with the divine.

Prayer for strength

In the context of moksha, mantras are particularly significant because they can help to overcome the obstacles for spiritual progress.

One of the most well-known mantras for moksha is the “Om Namah Shivaya” mantra. This powerful mantra is a dedication to Lord Shiva, one of the primary deities in Hinduism. In Hindu beliefs, it helps to attain moksha by purifying the mind, body, and soul.

Another popular mantra for moksha is the “Gayatri Mantra,” dedicated to the Sun God. The traditional belief explains that this mantra helps to purify the soul and attain enlightenment.

In addition to these mantras, many other mantras help to attain moksha, such as the “Om Mani Padme Hum” mantra in Buddhism and the “Hare Krishna” mantra in the Hare Krishna movement.

Who is God?

You are a divine being with a spark of God within you. That means you have the potential for unlimited growth, creativity, and wisdom. Your purpose in life is to discover and realize this divine aspect of yourself.

But this is not just about you: it is about all of us. According to some esoteric teachings, God chooses to manifest himself in different forms and experiences to gain greater self-knowledge and wisdom. Each soul is a unique expression of God, contributing to the overall growth and evolution of the universe.

As you progress on your spiritual journey, you become increasingly aware of your interconnectedness with all other beings. You begin to see that your path is connected to everything.

This is a complex and controversial idea, and not everyone agrees with it. But if it resonates with you, it can be a powerful motivation for growth and self-discovery. You are not just a small, insignificant being. You are a part of something much larger and more magnificent than you can imagine.

So keep exploring your divine nature, keep growing, and keep learning.

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Meditation: Six powerful techniques.

By Eleana

Meditation and mindfulness are ancient methods for self-knowledge. But how can we achieve meditative states and get the most out of these practices?

In this article, you will read about six techniques that can help you to improve your meditation practice. Keep reading to find out more!

Why is meditation important?

Meditation is important for lots of reasons. It is the ability to reduce stress and anxiety, improve focus strength and focusing, increase self-awareness and mindfulness, increase emotional well-being and resilience, and enhance overall physical health. Scientific research has shown that regular meditation practice can lead to measurable changes in brain function and structure, as well as positive effects on the immune system.

Why meditation and mindfulness?

Meditation is sitting in silence and focusing on your breath, your chakras, a mantra, etc. The purpose is to cease the inner chatter to experience a state of full awareness.

Mindfulness is similar, but it is not necessarily sitting down in silence. Instead, it means being aware of what surrounds you, immersing yourself fully in the present. Also, you are not necessarily focusing on a mantra or anything specific. Instead, you are aware of everything.

In other words, mindfulness is like meditating but with your eyes open.

But why? Why would anyone want to meditate or practice mindfulness?

Yes, many people practice meditation or mindfulness to relax and reduce stress. However, there is more than just that.

Meditation and mindfulness are ways to get your body and mind apt to receive information from spiritual realms. The goal is to achieve a higher state of consciousness.

Sounds weird?

Maybe, but first, we need to recognize that there is more to life than we can see with our physical eyes. And this is not merely a thing of blindly believing. It is a matter of experimenting.

We can only experience these realms with the right tools and methods, and meditation and mindfulness are some of them. So here are some ways to make the most of mindfulness and meditation.

The best ways to make the most of meditation and mindfulness.

Are you ready to tap into the power of meditation and mindfulness? Here are some techniques to make the most of it. They also apply to most mindfulness exercises.

Prepare for meditation by relaxing your body

Going to meditate after a stressful day may be difficult for most people. That is why you should prepare for this practice.

Before meditation, relax your body.

It is hard to relax your mind if you don’t relax your body. So, first, find some ways to relax. For example, do stretching exercises, wear comfortable clothes, burn essential oils, etc.

The point is to make sure your body is fully relaxed before meditating.

Once you are about to meditate, find a comfortable position you can maintain during the whole practice.

If you are not 100% relaxed, you will likely try to move during the meditation. Of course, that is not what we want. We want to be still.

Then, train your attention

Here is another tip: Train your attention with your open eyes. For example, focus on a candle, a flower, a glass of water, a dot on the wall, etc.

Try to blink as little as possible and concentrate on what you see. Do not think about anything else.

This exercise is excellent for improving your attention. You only need to do it for 5 to 10 minutes, and it will make a difference. Do it before meditation, and you will find it easier to focus.

Remember, the goal of meditation is not merely relaxing your body. It’s achieving transcendental states of consciousness. That can only happen if your mind is quiet.


Do you find it hard to concentrate? Mantras are one of the best ways to keep attention during meditation. According to the Hindu and Buddhist traditions, a mantra is a word or phrase that influences the mind, the body, or the soul.

Mantras harness the power of sound and vibration to make your whole body and mind apt to meditate.

During meditation, you repeat a mantra over and over. So, instead of letting all types of thoughts appear, you focus on that word and ignore everything else.

Here are some famous mantras.

Sanskrit mantras

Most mantras come from Buddhist and Hinduist cultures. For that reason, most of them are in Sanskrit, an ancient language from India.


“Om” is, by far, the most famous mantra. In ancient traditions, it is the sound of the universe, the primordial sound, the source of all existing sounds. Use this mantra to connect with your Higher Self, the god that lives within you.

Om Namah Shivaya

“Om Namah Shivaya” is a mantra from the Hindu tradition. It means “O salutations to the auspicious one!” or “adoration to Lord Shiva”.

Shiva is the third god within the Trimurti, the trinity of the main gods of Hinduism. This Trimurti includes Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva. They are responsible for creation, preservation, and destruction, respectively.

So, Shiva is the god of destruction. This mantra helps you to gain control over your senses.

Om mani Padme hum

“Om mani Padme hum ” is the most famous mantra from Buddhism. It literally means “praise to the jewel in the lotus”. Use this mantra to quiet the mind.

Om shanti shanti shanti

“Shanti” means peace. In other words, this mantra is to evocate peace. Use it when you need calmness.


Positive affirmations come from the New Age. Some people consider them mantras because they are also words of power. Here are some of them

  • “I am”
  • “I am in the right place at the right time, doing the right thing” – Louise Hay.
  • “Conscious breathing is my anchor”  – Thich Nhat Hanh.
  • “I Love You. I’m sorry. Please Forgive Me. Thank You”
  • “Peace is within me”


Some people also consider prayers like mantras because they harness the power of words. Christian mystics had spiritual trances and mystical experiences while praying. If you want to pray in mystical contemplation, it is not exactly about which prayers you use. Instead, it is more about how fully focused you are during the prayer.

However, you can start with the Lord’s prayer. It is a prayer full of esoteric transcendental wisdom. It has seven sentences associated with the seven chakras. Meditating on this prayer is a magical experience.

Powerful music

Music is a combination of sound, and sound means vibrations. Each vibration influences your body and your mind, similar to mantras.

So, why not make the most of music to achieve higher states of consciousness?

Here are some great music choices to listen to while meditating.

  • Classical music
  • Natural sounds
  • Tibetan bowls
  • Binaural beats
  • Hindu music
  • Zen music

Create a meditation space

If you have a special place for meditation, it is easier to achieve the right state of mind.

That means choosing a space in your house, like a chair in your bedroom. It can also be a spot in your backyard, next to a tree, for instance. The point is this has to be a quiet space.

Next, it also means the room has to be completely clean and organized. Tidiness gives us a sense of harmony and peace. Also, it means the room has to smell good. The aromas should give you a feeling of mysticism and peace. You can use natural scents, burn essential oils, smudge sage, palo santo, myrrh, frankincense, etc.

If you want, you can light a candle or put special decorations: plants, crystals, or symbols that help you feel harmony.

Use this space only for meditation. Don’t do anything else while you are there. No matter if it is just a tiny space within your bedroom. For example, don’t sit there to check your social media. Think of it as your sacred place.

Pay attention to what you eat

It is hard to meditate with a full belly. Before meditation, avoid heavy meals. If possible, you can try fasting. That means stop eating for a specific time, like a whole day or more.

That day, you should focus entirely on meditation. The experiences one can achieve during fasting are more intense than usual. The body is more apt to practices like meditation or mindfulness. Always consult your doctor before trying fasting.


Meditation and mindfulness show us that we are more than just physical bodies. We have an amazing potential to develop.

Jesus came here not to save us but to show us how to save ourselves. He showed us a way of living with wisdom and love, but he also showed us we are immortal and we have power within us.

Jesus told us, “Very truly I tell you, whoever believes in me will do the works I have been doing, and they will do even greater things than these because I am going to the Father” (John 14:12). He showed us how powerful we could be if we tap into our full potential.

However, we can only achieve that potential with practice and self-knowledge, and meditation is how we begin that path. But remember, it all takes practice, discipline, and patience.

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The Nature of God: Who Is He and What Is He Like?

The Nature of God: Who Is God and What Is God Like?

The Nature of God;


The question of who is God and the nature of God? has been asked and debated for centuries. To some, God is an all-powerful and all-knowing being who is the creator of the universe. To others, God is a spiritual force that exists in all life and connects us to each other and to the universe. No matter what your definition of God is, it can be difficult to answer the question of who or what God is clear.

In this article, we will explore the concept of God and seek to answer the question of who or what God is. We will discuss giving God human characteristics, where to find God, and ways to prove God’s existence. By the end, you should have a better understanding of who or what God is for you.

Giving God Human Characteristics

The concept of God has been around for centuries, but it has changed over time and has been interpreted differently by different cultures and religions. Humans often give God human characteristics, such as having emotions, a gender, a physical form, or a personality. These characteristics are often based on our own experiences in life and our cultural background.

Where do these human characteristics come from? Most of them come from ancient texts like the Bible or religious stories and myths passed down through generations. Other characteristics may come from personal experiences or observations about the world around us.

How does this affect your understanding of who is God? We tend to think of God in terms that are familiar to us, so our understanding of who or what God is can be shaped by our beliefs and experiences. Knowing this can help you be more objective when thinking about God and exploring your beliefs.

Sadhguru puts it clearly when he says it is natural to imagine God as a larger version of ourselves. If we are born as cows, we may look around and imagine God as a huge version of ourselves.

God to me is literally everything. He/She is everything we see and can’t see. Physically It is the current of electricity and the atoms moving around creating the shapes of things in this worldly realm. That is how He can say He knows when one blade of grass stirs. He is also the energy that creates that blade of grass. Metaphysically He is the consciousness in everything. There is no gender though He/She/It can manifest as anything and does. He is the consciousness of everything. He does not judge. But we do. Constantly. It wants us to experience life and to create a satisfying life experience growing as we do. Our growth adds to Her growth and expansion. He is us and there is no separation unless we think there is. He is our co-pilot enjoying life’s ride with us, except He is sitting in the same seat we are. This life is a co-creation using the power of our thoughts. He created all of us and this to experience life through us. She created us out of love. A love of life. He loves us all.

And if you need proof He as intelligent consciousness, and intelligence and awareness that we as mere mortals can only attempt to understand a tiny bit of His enormity, just go look down and watch an ant at work. Ants are amazing pieces of work. And they are tied into the entirety of the universe.

Look in the mirror. Who thought it would be a good idea to give you two eyes in front of your face to appreciate this world? And shy only one nose to smell it all? And a head that can swivel around? And hands that at the very least have opposing thumbs? Wow. How smart is that?

Coincidence? She also gave us a sense of humor.

How to communicate with God

When trying to answer the question of who or what God is, it can be helpful to look for evidence in different places. Here are some places you can look:

In the holy books through time. From and before the Greeks, and before the Bible. The Bible is one of the most important sources when looking for evidence of who or what God is. It contains stories about creation and many other aspects of faith. It can be a great place to start your exploration if you come from a Judeo-Christian background. But it is often misinterpreted and there is evidence it has been altered by among others, and organized religion. I can also suggest other holy books from other faiths.

There are metaphysical Bible dictionaries. This can offer a new way to view the Bible and interpret it in a way that can answer questions.

Look at books from different viewpoints of God. From the Dead Sea Scrolls to the well-known spiritual philosophers, sages, and spiritual explorers. There is a wealth of info on YouTube and Tiktok that shows a rainbow of varying ideas on who is God.

In Nature: Nature can also provide clues about who or what God is. For example, if you believe that nature is a reflection of divine power, then looking at nature can help you find evidence for your beliefs. When nature is studied, the idea that all this was created by accident and coincidence is preposterous.

Science can prove God exists. The more I learn from science the more proof it is that there is some magnificent power that created all this. Science can explain how something happens sometimes. It shows what water is made of. But it can not answer when it was created, where the ingredients came from, and what made those ingredients combine. For example, let’s see the smartest university professor create dirt or water.

Nature of God In Other Religions: Exploring other religions can also help answer the question of who or what God is. You may discover similarities in beliefs between different faiths or gain new perspectives that shape your understanding of God. We hear different ideas about God from different cultures and societies. They share similarities and differences, but the similarities in the themes are surprising, even when the details seem so different.

For example, to me, the Native Americans have beliefs similar in ways to Buddhists in their appreciation of nature and non-belief in a central personification of God. No Santa Claus figures there.

Most importantly, look inside. Hear that little faint voice urging you in a positive direction. Learn to trust it. Neale Donald Walsh in Conversations with God says that it is so strange that we humans put so much stock in books that are thousands of years old and so little faith in our own hearts and the feelings we may feel.

Meditation. One possible use of meditation is it is said that it can help one communicate with God and the universe. I can say that I have experienced an awakening for a split second through meditation. For a split second, I realized that my body was made of the same material, the same as the wooden beam next to me. And Buddha can also testify to the powers of meditation.

The news – we all know the news is usually bad, and there is a commercial reason for that in that bad news and fear grabs more viewers. Same with Goddip. But if you keep your ears open you will hear stories that restore your faith. Stories of people risking themselves to help strangers.

Proof of God’s Existence

When seeking evidence for who or what God is, it can be helpful to examine logical arguments, the experiences of others, and your own experiences.

Logical Arguments: Logical arguments can be used to support a belief in the existence of a higher power. For example, some people argue that since the universe exists, there must be something that created it—and that something is likely to be whatever your definition of God is.

Experiences of Others: Many people have had experiences that they attribute to God or some higher power. Reading these stories can help you understand different perspectives on the concept of God and gain insight into how others perceive him/her/it.

Your Own Experience: Ultimately, it’s up to you to decide who or what God is based on your own experiences and beliefs and what makes sense to you – common sense.

Unfortunately, when it comes to God, common sense seems not so common.

You may find evidence for your beliefs through prayer, meditation, or other spiritual practices, but for me, He is inside.


At the end of this blog post, we hope that you have a better understanding of who or what God is for you. We’ve discussed giving God human characteristics, where to find evidence for him/her/it and ways to prove his/her/its existence. Ultimately it’s up to you to explore your beliefs and decide who or what god is for yourself.

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