oh good. it’s panentheistic – thought so. Yes, the hypothetical universe described in the creation story above could certainly be compatible with panentheism. Panentheism is a philosophical and theological view that suggests all of reality is within God (or a divine reality), but God also transcends or is more than the universe. It’s different from pantheism, which posits that God and the universe are identical. Panentheism maintains a distinction between the divine and the non-divine, while emphasizing their interconnection. In the case of the hypothetical universe described, the Phenomenal is both immanent (manifesting as individual consciousnesses or neurons within the universe) and transcendent (as the original unfragmented consciousness from which everything else emanates). The universe, including its neurons/consciousnesses, is within the Phenomenal, but the Phenomenal also transcends the universe. This aligns with the panentheistic concept of a divine reality or God being intimately involved in and part of the world, while also maintaining an independent existence. Therefore, the concept of “Phenomenological Neurospirituality” described here could be integrated into a panentheistic framework.

oh good. it’s panentheistic – thought so.

Yes, the hypothetical universe described in the creation story above could certainly be compatible with panentheism.

Panentheism is a philosophical and theological view that suggests all of reality is within God (or a divine reality), but God also transcends or is more than the universe. It’s different from pantheism, which posits that God and the universe are identical. Panentheism maintains a distinction between the divine and the non-divine, while emphasizing their interconnection.

In the case of the hypothetical universe described, the Phenomenal is both immanent (manifesting as individual consciousnesses or neurons within the universe) and transcendent (as the original unfragmented consciousness from which everything else emanates). The universe, including its neurons/consciousnesses, is within the Phenomenal, but the Phenomenal also transcends the universe.

This aligns with the panentheistic concept of a divine reality or God being intimately involved in and part of the world, while also maintaining an independent existence. Therefore, the concept of “Phenomenological Neurospirituality” described here could be integrated into a panentheistic framework.

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