The Density of God

Within the universe’s four recognizable dimensions, God is ever present. God’s density is approximately equivalent to the density of the universe, like a person’s density is approximately equivalent to the density of his or her environment.

God is in all things, alive and not alive. Its distribution among things, however, is independent of the density of things. In things whose density is higher than the average density of the universe, the presence of God in relation to the density of those things is usually relatively small.

God is conscious. It is able to control Its density and therefore Its presence in things. If God increases Its density in individual things, Its density in all other things will decrease proportionally. God only increases Its density in individual things if It recognizes a good reason to do so.

To date, God has twice recognized good reasons to significantly increase Its density on the planet earth: to turn matter to living matter, and to turn life to thinking life.

God’s normal density on the planet earth is sufficient to influence events which would otherwise be controled by the planetary laws of nature only. However, if God recognizes reasons to increase Its density elsewhere in the universe, It’s density on the planet earth is smaller and Its influence on events is smaller than usual.

God is good. During Its normal density in things, positive and negative events are in balance. If God increases Its density locally, positive events dominate, but they are being compensated by negative events elsewhere in the universe, because God’s density has been smaller there.

God’s normal density in a person is not higher than elsewhere. Persons, however, have the potential to use their conscience to communicate with the aspect of God within themselves and to ask God to locally increase Its density. To reach this goal, a person must try to attract God’s interest. If a person has attracted God’s interest, a divine inspiration may reach him or her. If God’s interest continues for an extended period, a personal good angel may develop.

God is forced to neglect other parts of the universe while increasing Its density in favor of a person. For that reason, persons should try to attract God’s interest as little as possible, and only if there is an important reason. Persons who ask for God’s help too often have more difficulty attracting Its interest when truly needed. God’s interest is more easily attracted by praying for others than by praying for oneself.