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What is OSR?
Open Source Religion (OSR) is the practice of mixing religious and non-religious beliefs in an individual, even across multiple religions.

Our community aims to share, learn from, and edit our beliefs to better ourselves. Join us to define and refine the practice of OSR together.


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Confucius says: The Top 10 Quotes by Confucius

Posted by Kernel John on October 29, 2014 at 7:36pm

Do We Live in a Computer Simulation?

Posted by Kernel John on October 16, 2014 at 10:16pm

Feeling, meaning

Posted by Alexander on October 11, 2014 at 10:30am

Does religion separate us "and" belief unite us ?

Posted by db on August 2, 2014 at 4:09pm — 1 Comment


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Consciousness uncovered 11 Replies

When I get a blow to the head I can easy become unconsciousness. Does thus mean consciousness is linked to matter?    Read More

Started by Alexander in Open Source Religion. Last reply by Kernel John Dec 24, 2014.

What is Consciousness

What is consciousness?  Does matter produce consciousness?  In other words, does the physical brain produce consciousness or is consciousness an attribute that is separate from matter?  In this video Brendan Hughes presents a view of holism that considers the emergence of universal consciousness based on new theories of particle behavior, genetic mutation, and social media.Hughes is a lawyer, technology entrepreneur and author of …Read More

Started by Kernel John in Belief Modules Arena Dec 21, 2014.

Question More - Dare to Know 2 Replies

What do you think?Read More

Started by Kernel John in Open Source Religion. Last reply by Kernel John Nov 29, 2014.

Kinds of truth

Imagine your mind is constrained by peer pressure and societal norms like tradition, and other aspects which constrain our mind to think inside a box. If a chemical that has the effect of dissolving the walls of that box or at least making them become transparent, we would be given a different way to view the world.Our development in the arts and sciences would surely be enriched.    …Read More

Tags: reality, consciousness, Hawkins, David, falsehood

Started by Alexander in Open Source Religion Nov 28, 2014.

Is Reality the Best/Shortest Discription of God Possible? 74 Replies

Please answer formally, and concisely with your point clearly and shortly stated.

Started by Sidian M.S. Jones in Archives. Last reply by Alexander Nov 11, 2014.

Do We Live in a Computer Simulation?

As mentioned previously, in this framework, there are two domains:The Physical (sub-light speed universe of matter) andThe Metaphysical (beyond the speed of light [time-space]).The second assumption (working premise) here is that I am a Soul - a metaphysical (infinitesimal) point of self-conscient energy that enters the universe of matter to experience and express.The metaphysical dimension, which is beyond time and space is, from this perspective, never changing.  (note: The essence of time is…Read More

Tags: simulation, Computer

Started by Kernel John in Belief Modules Arena Oct 16, 2014.

Scientists discover 'near death' evidence 22 Replies

Looks like the preliminary results of the AWARE (AWAreness during REsuscitation) study are now beginning to be released and reported.  The study was initiated in 2008 (more) and discussed on this site - see video.These preliminary results point to the idea that a unified consciousness exists for some time…Read More

Tags: out-of-body, AWARE, NED, Experience, Near

Started by Kernel John in Archives. Last reply by Kernel John Oct 12, 2014.

We struggle to explain what we know. 11 Replies

It seems to me that many on RG struggle to explain what they know within themselves, but cannot satisfactorily express it to the understanding of others.  Where does this innate knowledge come from?"Sometimes during solitude I hear truth spoken with clarity and freshness; uncolored and untranslated it speaks from within myself in a language original but inarticulate, heard only with the soul, and I realize I brought it with me, was never taught it nor can I efficiently teach it to another." …Read More

Tags: truth, soul, language

Started by David Bee in Open Source Religion. Last reply by Kernel John Aug 29, 2014.


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