Tuesday, 25 October 2016 20:11

People on earth are ghosts of their real selves!

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See if you can understand this piece; this universal teacher of God is trying to help folks extricate themselves from the bastardized religions called Christianity and Islam and come to know God.


Ozodi Osuji

People are literally ghosts, apparitions of their real selves; therefore, if you respond to their behaviors you are responding to the behaviors of their ghosts, not their real selves.

What happens in what we call social interaction is that one ghost, you, responds to what another ghost, the other person did. Thus, two ghosts relate to each other and affirm each other's apparent ghostly reality. In doing so both of you remain as ghosts in the ghost town called planet earth.

If you see other ghosts do something and you, a ghost, refuses to respond to them as ghosts' expectations warrants and let their behavior go you have refused to affirm their ghost nature.

In refusing to reinforce other folks as ghosts you affirm their real selves, the sons of God who are not in body, who are formless part of a formless God.

God is a wave of spiritual light, not physical light; spiritual light transmuted a part of itself to physical light, just as physical light transmuted parts of itself to matter and lots of it remain physical light; by the same token, a part of  spiritual light was transmuted to physical light but over 99% of it remain spiritual light.

God's wave of light begin and ends nowhere; each of us is a particle in that wave; particle and wave are one; as in quantum physics, if you choose to see a particle the wave disappears from your awareness (goes into what Neils Bohr called superposition and Hugh Everett called other worlds) and you see the particle but if you choose to see the wave the particle disappears from your awareness.

As Bohr's complementarity principle states, you cannot see both wave and particle at the same time; it is either you see one or the other. As Werner Heisenberg's uncertainty principle states, you cannot ascertain both the position and momentum/velocity of the electron inside the atom at the same time; if you ascertain the position you lose sight of the velocity and if you focus on the velocity you lose sight of the position; you cannot see both at the same time.

In prose, if you choose to see you as a separated self you see you and other people as separated selves in bodies; if you choose to experience you and other people as unified self you experience all people as one formless unified spirit self, aka God.  It is either or; you cannot be in separation and experience union and if you are in unified state you do not see the world of separated selves.

If you focus on separation you see separation; on the other hand, if you focus on union you experience God as unified state; but you cannot see both a separated world and experience the unified world of God; it is either one or the other.

You are not to respond to what people around you do to know that you are not the apparition, ghost that you and they currently seem to be; if you ignore other people's behaviors you would experience yourself, first, as Christ self, a self in light form and, ultimately, as the formless son of God, a particle in the wave of spiritual light folks call God.

That wave of light, aka God, is pure intelligence, pure knowledge; it is infinite knowledge.

As long as you see what people do as real you assume that you are like them, an apparition, and a ghost and in so doing you deny your real self and stay in the hell of the ego's existence, dream of separation!


In the past, I had assumed that Igbos are people but they are not people; they are ghosts of their real spirit selves; what I see them do that annoys me is the behavior of ghosts. Therefore, I must choose to ignore their behaviors and love the Christ self in them.

When you see a person standing in front of you, you are literally seeing an ego in body, an apparition, a ghost; if you take him as real you take your own ghostly apparition as real but if you overlook his ghost and behaviors you see the Christ in him, the light self (you will literally see that person take on light form) and ultimately experience oneness with him in formless unified state (what Catholics call the mystical union of God and his son; Hindus call Samadhi, Buddhists call Nirvana and Zen calls Satori and A course in miracles calls Holy Instant).

Until you have experienced oneness you cannot conceptualize it, for it transcends ego separated thinking. It is an experience where you know yourself as one with all people yet have a self; it is an experience of knowing that the part and the whole, particle and wave of light share one self and one mind; in it you feel eternal, permanent and changeless and know everything. In it you feel total peace and joy, bliss.

To have unitive experience you must be a loving person, you must forgive all people their ego behaviors and love their real selves. In the current world only one person has had this experience!


What kind of God would create people and place them in bodies' that would die; bodies' that perform disgusting activities such as defecation and having sex; only apparitions, unreal figures can do such things.

The sons of God are not in bodies so you are not seeing them when you see people in bodies. If what people call God created the empirical universe he is not God; therefore atheism is the most honest mental state.

One must deny the existence of a God who has his children in bodies, bodies that die; the nonsense that he resurrects them will not do.

If God, in fact, exists we are not in bodies and do not do what bodies do and do not die; we are merely dreaming that we are in bodies and playing ghosts of our real selves.


If God exists and I went through the hellish existence I had since my birth on earth, pains every day, discrimination etc. he must be crucified.

But if I did it all to me to reject my body, the ego and this world so as to remember my real self then I accept the existence of God.

If not atheism is the only appropriate belief; agnosticism is wishy washy cowardice, is refusal to make up one's mind and accept the reality that this world is nothing.


White folks behaviors are civilized; since they are still egos hence non-existent, are dream figures we might call them civilized ghosts; black people, especially Africans, such as Igbos, are uncivilized in their behaviors so we might call them uncivilized ghosts.

If Igbos are real people and behave in the primitive manner they do, degrade people in everything they do, what is appropriate for them is to gather all of them in a warehouse, pour gas on them and burn them to death; but if they are ghosts and one learns from their absurd behaviors, reject their behaviors and focus on the Christ in them to see the Christ in one so as to wake up then one does so and let them go on being who they are and not respond to their dastardly egoistic behaviors.



If you are motivated to have ideal and powerful ego, as I was, you believe that that is good; that desire drives you to go places (I was driven to succeed; for an African I was a success because I obtained the PhD and was teaching at a university before age 30). Such neurotic success is rewarded with anxiety, fear, anger, depression, paranoia and other mental upsets.

The desire for idealism and power is actually desire to become mad, for if you were to attain ego idealism and power you would become a mad man, literally, a powerful mad man.  You will be defending your imaginary ideal big ego and feeling fearful.

The healthy motivation is to lose the ego altogether, to have no ideal, powerful ego; to have no ego at all, to have no separated self.

If you have no ego you have no anxiety, fear, anger, paranoia and depression; with no ego you live in peace and joy.  Peace and happiness are the gifts of the Holy Spirit (the Holy Spirit is God in the temporal universe, the world of time).

Ozodi Osuji

October 25, 2016


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Ozodi Osuji Ph.D

Ozodi Thomas Osuji is from Imo State, Nigeria. He obtained his PhD from UCLA. He taught at a couple of Universities and decided to go back to school and study psychology. Thereafter, he worked in the mental health field and was the Executive Director of two mental health agencies. He subsequently left the mental health environment with the goal of being less influenced by others perspectives, so as to be able to think for himself and synthesize Western, Asian and African perspectives on phenomena. Dr Osuji’s goal is to provide us with a unique perspective, one that is not strictly Western or African but a synthesis of both. Dr Osuji teaches, writes and consults on leadership, management, politics, psychology and religions. Dr Osuji is married and has three children; he lives at Anchorage, Alaska, USA.

He can be reached at: ozodiosuji@gmail.com (907) 310-8176