Is Agnosticism an intense personal experience of sacred reality?
No it isn't.
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The practice of questioning the existence of a god or supremebeing.
People shape the reality when they discuss their thoughts about other define their surroundings and create their own identity.
In case you haven't noticed all men are different.
Judaism worships only God, who is without form. There are no sacredpeople in Judaism.
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In Christianity, Islam, Hinduism a sacred experience is to be confronted with the deity or an angel or similar who does something special. In Buddhism there are none of these …- no deities, no devils, no angels - so a scared experience is impossible to experience. In general Buddhists can achieve enlightenment which is that instant when all the pieces of the puzzle of living your life right click into place and you internalize them. Zen Buddhism would call this "satori" (Japenese for 'awakening") It is special. It's not sacred.
Immanence. The Divine is seen to be manifested in or encompassing the material world. Contrasted with transcendence, whereas the divine is seen to be outside the material …world.
We have enough scientific evidence through the artificial duplication of death/death-like states, that the "near death experience" is a natural phenomenon that occurs when the… brain starts to die (ie through suffocation) and is actually a form of hallucination as synapses start firing at random. When the person dies quickly there is no "near death experience" but when a person dies slowly, or comes close to death and is resucitated, they all generally report the same forms of hallucination (though they may have a personal, subjective interpretation or twist to it).
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Well, we all live in the same reality. So in some aspects yes. But people live differentives, and think differently.
The word 'are' is not a pronoun at all. The word 'are' is a verb , a word for the state ofbeing of a subject; and an auxiliary verb for an action verb. The verb 'are' is the… second person, singular, present of the verbto be. Examples: Violets are my favorite flower. They are walking to the store. A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence. Example: Jack and Jill are not here. They are walking to the store.