In the beginning….
“—then the Lord God formed the man of dust from the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and the man became a living creature.” Genesis 2:7 ESV
The above scripture represents the incarnation of the first soul into the human body. We are spiritual beings having a human experience, not the other way around. God or Source created man in his own image (see Genesis 1:27). The Big Bang Theory describes the “most” popular theory about the origin of our universe. Cosmology studies the physical origins and evolution of the universe. Scientists are able to study and examine, our planets, stars, and other celestial entities. However, unless you work for NASA or are an astrophysicist no one has any remote idea as to what the entire universe looks like. Since the universe was formed by God and we cannot see the universe, this encompasses why we also cannot see God or the Source of creation of the universe.
God is not meant to be seen with the human eye. But, we can see God or Source by the eyes of our soul or third eye. Denying the existence of one’s soul denies one’s purpose of incarnation onto planet earth. Earth is “the” planet for which our souls come to experience the courses or lessons, if you will, that must be learned to evolve to become closer to the image of the Creator. We have lost sight of how to be a reflection of this image and our souls sole desire is to come here to reclaim what was distorted by the origin of sin. This especially since the soul’s reflective image of its Creator has been tainted and obscured by the mark sin leaves upon the soul.
Suggested readings: Seat of the Soul by Gary Zukav