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This question entertains the hypothesis that a "divine creator" (e.g. deities ubiquitous to monotheistic schoolswe are the product of thought) created usone intelligence/consciousness and that our life purpose is to refine our souls to the degree that are once again one with this source. The expected answer is hypothetical and therefore within the parameters of the provided hypothesis.

On numerous occasions, I've read that our spiritual apex is for our souls to be refined, through incarnations and experiences thereof, to the point that we become one with the supposed creator of all souls. This is also described as "returning to the source" in New Age esotericism. The book "Conversations with God" also outlines this precept in detail and I'm pretty sure Hermetic Alchemy touches on this.

To me, this is the ultimate form of death, not a mere mortal death but an esoteric death. What if I wish to retain my individuality? What if I don't want to be assimilated? I want to be more than a mere experiential conduit for my creator.

This question entertains the hypothesis that a "divine creator" (e.g. deities ubiquitous to monotheistic schools of thought) created us. The expected answer is hypothetical and therefore within the parameters of the provided hypothesis.

On numerous occasions, I've read that our spiritual apex is for our souls to be refined, through incarnations and experiences thereof, to the point that we become one with the supposed creator of all souls. This is also described as "returning to the source" in New Age esotericism. The book "Conversations with God" also outlines this precept in detail and I'm pretty sure Hermetic Alchemy touches on this.

To me, this is the ultimate form of death, not a mere mortal death but an esoteric death. What if I wish to retain my individuality? What if I don't want to be assimilated? I want to be more than a mere experiential conduit for my creator.

This question entertains the hypothesis that we are the product of one intelligence/consciousness and that our life purpose is to refine our souls to the degree that are once again one with this source. The expected answer is hypothetical and therefore within the parameters of the provided hypothesis.

On numerous occasions, I've read that our spiritual apex is for our souls to be refined, through incarnations and experiences thereof, to the point that we become one with the supposed creator of all souls. This is also described as "returning to the source" in New Age esotericism. The book "Conversations with God" also outlines this precept in detail and I'm pretty sure Hermetic Alchemy touches on this.

To me, this is the ultimate form of death, not a mere mortal death but an esoteric death. What if I wish to retain my individuality? What if I don't want to be assimilated? I want to be more than a mere experiential conduit for my creator.

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This question entertains the hypothesis that a "divine creator" (e.g. deities ubiquitous to monotheistic schools of thought) created us. The expected answer is hypothetical and therefore within the parameters of the provided hypothesis.

On numerous occasions, I've read that our spiritual apex is for our souls to be refined, through incarnations and experiences thereof, to the point that we become one with the supposed creator of all souls. This is also described as "returning to the source" in New Age esotericism. The book "Conversations with God" also outlines this precept in detail and I'm pretty sure Hermetic Alchemy touches on this.

To me, this is the ultimate form of death, not a mere mortal death but an esoteric death. What if I wish to retain my individuality? What if I don't want to be assimilated? I want to be more than a mere experiential conduit for my creator.

On numerous occasions, I've read that our spiritual apex is for our souls to be refined, through incarnations and experiences thereof, to the point that we become one with the supposed creator of all souls. This is also described as "returning to the source" in New Age esotericism. The book "Conversations with God" also outlines this precept in detail and I'm pretty sure Hermetic Alchemy touches on this.

To me, this is the ultimate form of death, not a mere mortal death but an esoteric death. What if I wish to retain my individuality? What if I don't want to be assimilated? I want to be more than a mere experiential conduit for my creator.

This question entertains the hypothesis that a "divine creator" (e.g. deities ubiquitous to monotheistic schools of thought) created us. The expected answer is hypothetical and therefore within the parameters of the provided hypothesis.

On numerous occasions, I've read that our spiritual apex is for our souls to be refined, through incarnations and experiences thereof, to the point that we become one with the supposed creator of all souls. This is also described as "returning to the source" in New Age esotericism. The book "Conversations with God" also outlines this precept in detail and I'm pretty sure Hermetic Alchemy touches on this.

To me, this is the ultimate form of death, not a mere mortal death but an esoteric death. What if I wish to retain my individuality? What if I don't want to be assimilated? I want to be more than a mere experiential conduit for my creator.

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What if I don't want to become one with my supposed creator?

On numerous occasions, I've read that our spiritual apex is for our souls to be refined, through incarnations and experiences thereof, to the point that we become one with the supposed creator of all souls. This is also described as "returning to the source" in New Age esotericism. The book "Conversations with God" also outlines this precept in detail and I'm pretty sure Hermetic Alchemy touches on this.

To me, this is the ultimate form of death, not a mere mortal death but an esoteric death. What if I wish to retain my individuality? What if I don't want to be assimilated? I want to be more than a mere experiential conduit for my creator.