All of what has been written in this section of this website I still know to be true in its theological essence, however I have found that Christianity and Western religion as a basis for these views stands to do more for the elaboration of my findings. As is customary for this website, I shall write a basic framework to serve both as a summary of my views as well as a translation tool to self-elaborate with using the previous writings.
1. God exists as the whole of all creatures who have transcended in to sentience. This is the message of Jesus Christ, a son of God, but nonetheless a Man. The bible says to act as Jesus, and to act as Jesus is to know your own divinity. The Buddha conveyed a similar message (Nirvana), as does the concept of Moksha in Hinduism.
2. Natural law is of utmost important, and goes along with number two. Human divinity is a fact not to be trifled with, and it is for this reason that man must respect and love his fellow man. He must not hinder him in his pursuits of speech, relationship, love, and righteous struggle.
3.All things and creation exist only because of the dualism of energy and nature. Good and evil, cold and hot. The Taoist philosophers demonstrate this best. Joy is not joy without memory of pain. Pain is not pain without memory of Joy or innocence.
4. As such, there exists simply that which is spiritual and that which is material. The material is as real as the eternal, though the material is insignificant due to its transience. This is because creation was supplied by the divine order, the eternal Eros which has created in order for anything to exist at all. As put beautifully in the Tao Te Ching "Tao produces unity; unity produces duality; duality produces trinity; trinity produces all things."
5. The trinity: The Father, The Son, The Holy Spirit. These represent the three realms of everything. They represent the 3 aspects of all souls. The Father is the highest, creative order of God and Man that begets the rest. It is the Brahman. And if The Father is the Brahman, then the Son is the Atman. Christ in a way was simply a man so well aligned and wise with his knowledge that the Son and Father are the same, that he became a savior to Humanity. The spirit, the most difficult of the three to grasp perhaps, but certainly obvious once one realizes it is both the unifying and contrasting element between the Father and Son. It is the Duality and the Unity. It represents in a sense, the Trinity itself, yet is not God.
6. By this trinity one finds that there are 3 planes at which Man can be enlightened and existent at. First, the material - or the plane of the Son. Truly the most unenlightened. Second, the spiritual, the plane of the Holy Spirit. This is the plane of duality, knowing God and his word, truly knowing yourself and your soul, but not yet grasping that in yourself is the entirety of God too. In this plane, there are infinite realms of souls. You may think of it as a modern depiction of Heaven. A beautiful and joyous place in which all are individuals, yet all are with God. Third, the omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent plane. Here, one has become one with God. Their divine spark as powerful as the God that begot them. This is the Hindu knowledge of Brahman being identical to Atman. At this plane, one's divinity knows no bounds. They embody both the Eros and the Logos. Creation and Law - Chaos and Order is now at their behest. And like Branches and Roots from a great tree, infinite universes and realities shall stem from enlightened souls.
7. Knowing you have this divinity, you can only treat yourself and others with respect. If there is no love in your heart, then no enlightenment shall ever come, and you shall wander this earth or others until your spark fades. Love is how you know God resides in your chest.