A theos is “something with powers beyond one’s ‘ego.’” “Theos” is pronounced “th-ee-oh-s.” It rhymes with “Rio” plus an “s” sound.
Every person relies on a “god” (note quotes). Here we are using the word “god” in the sense of “something with powers beyond one’s ‘ego.'”
The Bible is the final authority on the definition of God from the theological, theopsychological, theopsychiatric and other perspectives.
The collective unconscious is an approximation of the defintion of God. The constant unconscious is a more precise definition of God.
Matter is NOT reality, though it USUALLY coincides with a part of reality. #fb
The CONSTANT unconscious is the precise formulation of the COLLECTIVE unconscious, in relation to reality and a proof that God exists. #fb
Reality is the intention of God.
Experience is NOT reality, though it USUALLY coincides with reality. #fb