Using philosophy, mathematics, theology, quantum mechanics, and personal stories, The I of God takes the reader on a journey from being in a relationship with God to being god ourselves.
In our world, the F-word is more acceptable than the G-word because we have consigned God to the realm of religious propaganda as opposed to the realm of living.
The I of God removes God from being the old man who sits up in the sky, judging us, to putting us in the driver’s seat.
This is not a religious/spiritual book but a book about how tough it is to realize our potential as humans. It requires courage to be ourselves and not go by our beliefs about who we should be.
The I of God shows how we understand our creative divinity by experiencing our human qualities.
Our conscious ability to daydream, have drives, tell stories, remember our histories, and have personal, spiritual, and cultural views of the world are a reflection of our godliness at the primordial level.