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The world needs a new philosophy

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A Course In Miracles Has A Condescending Attitude To Society And Its Laws; What Is Needed Is A New Philosophy That Enables People To Live In The World While Accepting Spirit

Ozodi Osuji

A course in miracles has a condescending and patronizing attitude towards society and its laws; it sees laws as something done by the sleeping sons of God that they think keeps them in the dream (while in fact they are still in spirit); their various laws, be they society's laws, nutrition laws, economic laws, medical laws and medications and so on are all meant to keep people in the dream.

This is a patronizing approach to what people do and if you accept it you would not have respect for the laws of society; if people come to their senses they would forget the stupid laws of man and wake up to the laws of God.

The world, the human body and the ego are all projections of the sleeping minds of the sons of God; they are not real; the real self is the sons of God who is not in the physical universe.

So keep quiet and let your real-self come through your mind, not the ego mind that currently occupies it. Let go of the world you see with your eyes and do not try to adapt to it; this is the teaching of A course in miracles; to it adapting to this world is adapting to a dream world, a delusion, madness; to be mentally sane you have to tune out the world and awaken to your real mind.

This philosophy takes away your desire to struggle to do what adapts to this world, such as do science, technology and business and making money to use in surviving in this world.

This philosophy negates the world and seems no good but it is useful for it gives one peace of mind for it enables one to see this world without the illusion that it is worthwhile.

A COURSE IN MIRACLES GIVES GOOD PSYCHOLOGY

Regardless of whether A course in miracles is true or not it provided a very useful psychology; it makes one feel that the world is nothing; it is as pessimistic as existentialism; its only saving grace is that it promises heaven after folks die, a promise that like the heaven that other religions promise, no one has verified and has to be accepted on belief, not experience.

I have no need for the metaphysical aspect of A course in miracles but I accept its psychology.

MY HIGHER SELF IN THE GUISE OF JESUS CHRIST ASKED ME TO DO MY OWN THINKING AND LEAVE A COURSE IN MIRACLES ALONE; WHEN I PERSISTED IN THE COURSE I GOT INTO A CAR ACCIDENT; HOW MUCH FEEDBACK DO I NEED TO STAY AWAY FROM A COURSE IN MIRACLES?

God, the Holy Spirit, Jesus Christ, my higher self (all are part of unified spirit) ask me to propound spirituality as I see it and leave other paths alone; I am here to articulate God in a new way, a legitimate way. My new approach is like new wine: it cannot mix with old wine and cannot be put into old wine bottles (old religions); it is a standalone thought system. It is not Western Gnosticism or Oriental religions or A course in miracles; it is simply a new rational thought system.

What the world needs is my new philosophy, a new rational approach to phenomena; an approach that is close enough to science but is not science for science deals with matter, space and time but not with the human mind.

What I have accomplished is incredible; throughout human history no African has given the world a thought system; the world is subjected to the thoughts of the Semitic race (Jews and Arabs); Hindus and Chinese and Europeans (Europeans gave us science). I am the first black man to give the world a worldwide philosophy that is rooted in pure reason and science.

My ideas will shape the world in the next five thousand years. This is not ego grandiosity, for I am not speaking from the ego.

I have transcended the ego, as much as is possible while still living in body and the world (body and the world is the abode of the ego). The self in light form is found in the world of light forms while the formless self is found in formless unified state, aka heaven.

Ozodi Osuji

October 29, 2016

www.centerformindscience.org

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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