what religion are you?

Kalvaer

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Roman Catholic. I converted last year after many years of being Agnostic one day, Athiest the next.
 

dotVIBE

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@DotVibe, years of Qigong practice, has given me a whole new perception of the idea of energy.
So be one with the force my son.

P.s. Your name isnt Luke is it ?:D
Ummm, say that, theoretically of course, it was.

Would that then make you my father/son? Because if it does then I'm not. Luke I mean.

:D
 
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JK8

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I currently tend to find relevance personally for me in Pantheism (though not in its classical definition), Buddhism and Taoism
Err this not an attack or anything.

But isnt Taoism a bit like the Matrix?
 

Nanfeishen

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Err this not an attack or anything.
But isnt Taoism a bit like the Matrix?
Taoism, or Daoism, is about the search for balance within and without, the idea (basically), is by creating or achieving a balance within oneself, the microcosm, we effectivly start to balance the world around us, the macrocosm.
It deals with our ralationship to the wolrd around us, in a balanced non-interfering manner.
 

Necuno

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was trained into NG-christianity then moved to Charasmatic-Christian-fanatic to fully atheist.

later on into shamanisn and wicca with some eastern influence, now currently don't conform to any religious sect.

i base my believes on a mixture of:

spiritualist, Skepticism, wicca, shamanism, buddist/bushido with Taoism/Daoism

been into ritual magick for more than year now - magick science and other beleives apart from the 'norm' isn't that easy to study in this non-christian-phobia country and soceity ;)
 

Neo

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Just your average, run of the mill, atheist who's still a bit pissed-off that I had to figure out for myself my 'christian' schooling was a bunch of lies. Took many years to do this and many more to calm down....

It taught me a few things though:

- Never take anyones word at face value but do listen to what they have to say.
- Study everything yourself and make sure you cover all angles.
- Make up your own mind.
- Make sure you can justify your views.
 

Mr TB

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Uhmmm...Yeah I have sympathy for those hanging onto idolatory...

For instance... scientism and atheism are idols of many people...

I already mentioned i'm christian , charasmatic/apostolic
 

geekchick

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Uhmmm...Yeah I have sympathy for those hanging onto idolatory...

For instance... scientism and atheism are idols of many people...

I already mentioned i'm christian , charasmatic/apostolic
Do not need your sympathy , but thanks anyway.
 

ToxicBunny

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Nobody needs your sympathy douwdouw, I will worship my idols and builds altars to their greatness, it makes me feel good inside.

But in reality, I am just a sceptic and will remain that way for the forseeable future as religion seems to be an outdated concept to me.
 
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