About Me

I have spent the last 20 years developing my philosophy. Having been brought up in a strongly Christian family I spent a few years investigating other organised religions. If we were right and everyone else was wrong then what was the harm? Surely my beliefs would be vindicated.  I wanted to know what other people believed, and why they believed these things in preference to what I had been taught to believe.

Later on I became interested in beliefs that adhered to no particular religion, but were nonetheless spiritual in nature. I wasn’t however interested only in belief, I was also interested in the physical world around me. I wanted to know what scientists thought about the universe, and what they had discovered.

Over the years I have ‘tried on’ various beliefs, taking ideas from a number of sources. I have discovered that belief systems often share commonality. Sadly people often focus on their differences, rather than what they can agree upon.

Finally my beliefs began to settle into a coordinated philosophy about the nature of the world around me until it became organised and coherent. I hope my blog will challenge what you believe to be real, and even who you are. It is up to you to make up your own mind about what you believe; the material presented here is simply ‘food for thought’. Whether you end up agreeing with some or all of it, or disagreeing with everything I am confident that it will make a valuable contribution to your own spiritual quest.

I should probably mention that although I play the male role in my human life, I am the female component of my divine self. This gives me a very interesting viewpoint which you will find reflected in my writings, and one which was as unexpected by me as it probably is by you!

©2012 Chris Jones

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