I made my religion up in my head and it's my reality, so it must be the only one.
If one is devoted, then one must state that their belief is true. If one is rational, one must consider that alternate truths are possible.
Therefore, my belief in God is true and infinite. Your belief in God may be different, but equally true and infinite. With this reality, we should be free to have an open discourse to see if we can learn from one another. One person's belief should never trump another's. One should not try to convince others that one's belief is true. We should each remain open, but stand by our convictions. When faced with contradictory information, we should consider that alternatives exist.
I believe in Krishna cause he's a damn good cook.
I wouldn't necessarily call it a religion, but as it involves my being a god and your being a god and our being a god, the, by dictionary standards, I guess I have to.
I came to where I am by educating myself. My worldview crashed when I discovered how much of what I had been taught was a lie. It was a very frightening time. But then, during my self-education, I discovered quantum mechanics and my life was changed forever. I've been following the advances in that field, and am delighted that some physicists have expanded into the study of consciousness itself. They call what they have found the Unified Field (of consciousness)
There are now around 1,000 studies all showing the same results. We ARE powerful beings.
Bottom line - PhDs and MDs from both quantum mechanics and the study of consciousness have debunked the christian god. Don't get me wrong. They are not saying that there is no god. They are simply saying that if there is a god, it is nothing like the christian/jewish/muslim god. At its leat, it is more like a deist god. It doesn't involve itself in the matters of its creations. At its best, it is the energy that we use as we manifest our realities.
I've taken the science and done some experimenting on myself. NOt being able to be both myself and a control, you could say that my findings are subjective, but as I learned how to manifest things and bring them into my reality, I practiced on some of the most improbable things that I could imagine. Amazing results and enough to convince me.
Religion is a kindergarten for people that need an explanation for the existence of something greater than themselves in their lives. Once Truth in the form of a SPIRITUAL experience occurs in the "believer" chances are "religion" as such will not be needed anymore as in the example;
Nirvāṇa; a central concept in Indian religions. In sramanic thought, it is the state of being free from suffering. In Hindu philosophy, it is the union with the Supreme being through moksha. The word literally means "blowing out"—referring in the Buddhist context, to the blowing out of the fires of greed, hatred, and delusion.
All organized religions are horseshit. Anyone who claims to KNOW what happens after death is a damned liar or a delusional nut.
Because all other religion are false....
Because it is. I dont believe in fary tails. If you know is there life after death google Dr sam parnia. some interesting near death research:
At 18 hospitals in the U.S. and U.K., researchers have suspended pictures, face up, from the ceilings in emergency-care areas. The reason: to test whether patients brought back to life after cardiac arrest can recall seeing the images during an out-of-body experience.
People who have these near-death experiences often describe leaving their bodies and watching themselves being resuscitated from above, but verifying such accounts is difficult. The images would be visible only to people who had done that
It makes perfect sense to me, no contradictions, and it matches with today's modern science, as my book contains scientific miracles, which strengthens my faith more and more.
Personal and universal proof.
I've looked at virtually all of them and the alternatives, such as atheism. Still learning and open to new information.