Cross Reference Guide & Index : Index : Thematic



Free Will
choice and responsibility for our actions, II:193, III:63
choosing to love one another, III:67
does God possess it? - what are the implications?, I:37
does Man possess it? - what are the implications?, I:37
Humankind’s possession of - not predestined, II:141
responsibilities implicit, II:195
why God would need Man to possess it in order to expand His own knowledge, I:66


God (see Creator and Causative Force)
absence of judgement or revenge, I:341
accepting His true nature - what we first need to do, I:30
atheists - their relationship to God and belief, I:26
beginnings - where did He come from?, I:27
concept of panentheism and the consequences of subservience, II:90
concept of religion within society, II:59
creating Humankind in its image, II:197
creation of the Universe, II:52
creator of all things, but who created Him?, I:27
creator of reality, II:191
definitions and names - are they accurate?, I:315
does He possess complete knowledge?, I:64
environment a sacred realm, II:142
expanding essence, II:140
expanding his omnipresence, omnipotence, and omniscience, I:267
faulty and limited conceptions, I:315
free will and Man’s destiny, I:37
His historical relationship with Man, I:26
His knowledge, and why He would need to create Man, I:65
how does Mankind’s present perception limit the Creator? – what can we do to resolve the problem?, I:193
Humankind acting as servants, II:45, 58
Humankind importance, II:187
Humankind’s perception of inferiority, II:142
Humankind’s theistic beliefs, II:18
hurt and abuse by our actions, II:193
importance and significance for people, II:205
importance and value of people, II:137
importance of every soul, II:199
importance of every soul’s journey, II:210
importance of Humankind, II:192, 194
importance of the soul, II:192
isolating portions of Himself to attain more knowledge, I:67
limits on God without Humankind, II:35
Man’s picture of Him - is it accurate?, I:37
Man’s purpose to create knowledge through experiences and creativity, I:223-224
Mankind’s existence, I:320
monotony inherent in possessing complete and absolute knowledge, I:110
myths removed - finding the truth about God, I:26
nature and status of Humankind, II:61, 173
necessity for growth and change, II:55
not limited by Mankind’s definitions, I:318
omnipotence, omniscience, and omnipresence, II:208
people being a portion of God, II:202
philosophical discussions, II:159
presence in reality, II:43, 48
raising Humankind to equal level, II:30
reality in time, II:44
recognition of purpose in reality, II:209
relationship to reality, II:115
relationship to theistic beliefs, II:66
relationship with Humankind, II:21, 57
setting the soul free, I:272
status and hierarchy within society - what are the implications for the soul?, I:203
status of Humankind as inferior, II:65
status system, II:143
subjecting to abuse by our actions, II:188
theistic religions, II:69
travelling reality, II:144, 156, 193
understanding His true nature - going back to the beginning, I:28
universal or particular - do we possess an accurate knowledge of His true nature?, I:27
violence directed, II:198
what is His true nature? - is it compatible with Mankind’s perception?, I:193
who is He? - is He really as established religions portray him?, I:27
wonder and significance of in reality, II:149


does it exist?, I:166
relationship to eternal existence, III:134

how it relates to responsibility, I:82
responsibility to Mankind and your fellow-man - what is needed?, I:37

does it exist?, I:166
relationship to eternal existence, III:134

ancient religion, III:40
Causative Force and self are identical, III:39
concept of dissolving Universe, III:182
establishing concept of the soul, III:30
establishing monotheism within society, III:29-30
eternal nature of the soul, III:38
Humankind’s impact on eternity, III:38
incorporated into other religions, III:39
monotheistic foundations, III:38
reinforced by panentheism, III:40
reinforcing panentheism, III:32
relationship to other religions, III:33
relationship to panentheism, III:31
respect and equality, III:37
significance for Humankind, III:34
significance of the individual, III:33, 35
significance to other life forms, III:37

how would ‘the Philosophy’ approach the question of Man’s behavior?, I:186
what do we need to do to hear its message?, I:184, 186
what has it taught us ?, I:184, 186

expanding our understanding of life, III:258, 261
implications for the Universe, III:255
reinforcing significance of existence, III:257
relationship to Causative Force, III:263
relationship to panentheism, III:256, 264
sapiens o last of its species, III:253
significance for other life forms, III:261
significance for our species, III:260
significance in eternity, III:262
what does its conceptual framework have to offer us?, III:254
what it has to offer individuals, III:259

Humanism and Adjustment
effects upon society, III:381
helping us to understand life, III:386
implications for the Universe, III:383
relationship and significance for panentheism, III:384
relationship to Causative Force, III:391
significance of Humankind in eternity, III:390
significance of life and existence, III:385
what it can offer other life forms, III:389
what it can offer us as a species, III:382, 388
what it can offer us as individuals, III:387

Humankind (see Mankind)
accepting a new perception, II:80
acting as servants of God, II:58
anger at the Creator, II:88
belief in inferiority to God, II:17
beliefs leading to slavery, II:23, 25-26
changing self-perception and value, II:77
choice to be subservient or be a piece of God, II:37-38
consequences of reaching into space, II:94
expanding perceptions of reality, III:36
feelings of despair over status, II:51
feelings of inferiority to Creator, II:56
feelings of inferiority to God, II:143
function within reality, II:19
historical opportunities for self-destruction, II:141
importance and value, II:137
institutions and beliefs, II:74
lacks a universal philosophy, II:24
making choices - consciously or by default, II:141
not native to Earth, II:29
not servants, but equals, II:137
occupying niche unaffected by time, III:254
origins in violent past, II:33
perception of the Creator, II:63
purpose beyond reality, II:53
purpose in reality, II:16, III:36
relationship to Causative Force, III:32, 147
relationship to Creator, II:67
relationship to God, II:57
remaining subservient to God, II:143
significance and importance, II:50, III:46
significance of Causative Force, III:48
significance of Hinduism, III:34
significance of Judaism on our understanding of Causative Force, III:45
significance of the soul and monotheism, III:47
significance of the soul to Causative Force, III:51
significance to Causative Force, III:36
status and relationship with God, II:96
status of God as superior, II:65
value and purpose to the Creator, II:98


consequences of Buddhist philosophy, III:59

accountable for actions, III:83
beliefs reinforced by symbiotic panentheism, III:88
Causative Force and omniscience, III:258
concept of justice, III:86
consequences of injustice, III:84
establishing justice within society, III:77-78
Humankind’s relationship to Causative Force, III:87
justice and Causative Force, III:78
justice in this life, III:83
justice will not be denied within the Universe, III:79
nature of the Universe, III:79-80
offers all life forms the concept of justice, III:85
reinforcing significance of life, III:81-82
relationship to panentheism, III:80
significance of Humankind in eternity, III:86
significance of our species, III:84
significance of the individual, III:83


Jesus Christ
Christianity and ‘the Philosophy’ are compatible, I:361
purpose to turn Mankind away from violence, I:364

importance and significance, II:136

building the bridge from East to West, III:41
Causative Force and omniscience, III:258
concept of eternity and Humankind, III:45
effects on society, III:41
helping Humankind to understand life, III:46
holds to the concept that there is only one Causative Force, III:44
introduced concept of monotheism to the West, III:42
monotheistic religion, III:44-45
reinforced by panentheism, III:52
significance for Humankind as a species, III:48
significance for other life forms, III:49
significance of the soul and Humankind’s relationship to Causative Force, III:51
significance of the soul and monotheism on Humankind, III:47
significance of the soul in eternity, III:50
teaching Humankind about the nature of the Universe, III:43
teaching Humankind about the significance of existence, III:45

Judas - have we treated him fairly?, I:149-150

Islamic teaching and eternity, III:87