Are there not many truths in life and experience and interpretation?
How do you experience my reality?
I'm suggesting that it "exists" for your physical human experience because it is a manifestation of you.
You see, what I experience (repeatedly) is that I am part of a vast totality/oneness, that is NOT a being and not a god. From that place, anything can be and is manifested -- while there are no rules or limitations or judgments or agendas or human-thinking (try imagining that! ) -- it is simply creative, and there is no separation between it and all. Nothing "matters" in one way or another... as ALL IS ONE, and therefore all is safe and all is fine. It is only in the physical human realm of judgments and limitations that the drama and manifestations feel real and significant.
So, based on my experience, I can see how your physical experience includes a god, and mine does not, and everyone else can have their own unique experiences.
This is absurdly over-reaching of you.
So in this whole world (and throughout all of time), you think that you see a truth that is more true and accurate than what all of these other people (who see differently) can see. And you don’t think that’s suspiciously self-serving at all?
Just try to remove yourself for an instant -- as if watching and hearing someone ELSE tell you that THEIR god is your god whether you realize it or not. How do they know your experience better than you do? How does that sound to you?
So why can't your entire experience -- all of the ideas and imagery -- be something that is conjured? Why would your "view" be unretouched, while everyone else is not seeing your singly true view? Why would your god do that?
As you can see from what I have explained of my own experience, the same creative potential is reflected without being a god. My experience is of being part of it and complete in it... not of there being an "it" and a "me". All ONE.
This is an interesting statement. "Does not necessarily make their belief a truth?" So, theirs COULD be true?