The Awareness of & Desire for Perfect Justice & Goodness (Indication of the Interior Sense of God: #6)
Most of us have heard the familiar refrain from brothers, sisters, children, and friends, “That’s not fair!” You may have never thought about this, but this familiar refrain reveals yet another indication of your transcendental nature.
Parents love a newborn baby unconditionally and, in a sense, perfectly. They don’t need a reason to do this – something within their being forms an incredibly strong interpersonal bond with their child which gives rise to profound care and love.
The first of the five transcendentals is truth. Aristotle said that our ability to ask questions is the beginning point of all knowledge.
We all have a remarkably similar experience of the sacred and good power, as well as a remarkably similar experience of the evil powers who are against it.
As St. Augustine noted in his Confessions – God has created us for perfect truth, love, goodness, beauty, and home, and only He can fulfill these desires within us.
The Awareness of a Cosmic Struggle Between Good & Evil (Indication of the Interior Sense of God: #3)
For centuries, cultures throughout the world have written myths about a cosmic struggle between good and evil – and the importance of a hero or heroine who finds themselves drawn into the struggle.
The second of eight indications that mankind has an interior sense of God, is a certain awareness of sacredness in the world.
The Numinous Experience is the first of eight indications of the interior sense that each and every human being has of God. What is the Numinous Experience?
Around the world there is a consistent awareness of and belief in a deity which stands at the foundation of the world’s religions.
The Shroud of Turin is a burial shroud that apparently covered a man who suffered the wounds of crucifixion in a way very similar to Jesus of Nazareth.