The realization of the recognition of spiritual values is an experience which is superideational. There is no word in any human language which can be employed to designate this "sense," "feeling," "intuition," or "experience" which we have elected to call God-consciousness. ~ The Urantia Book, (103:1.6)
Every human being very early experiences something of a conflict between his self-seeking and his altruistic impulses, and many times the first experience of God-consciousness may be attained as the result of seeking for superhuman help in the task of resolving such moral conflicts. ~ The Urantia Book, (103:2.4)
To see God—by faith—means to acquire true spiritual insight. And spiritual insight enhances Adjuster guidance, and these in the end augment God- consciousness. ~ The Urantia Book, (140:5.13)
Our Real Business
"If we know God, our real business on earth is so to live as to permit the Father to reveal himself in our lives..."
Jesus, The Urantia Book, (132:7.2)
Unafraid and Uncomplaining
The God-conscious mortal is certain of salvation; he is unafraid of life; he is honest and consistent. He knows how bravely to endure unavoidable suffering; he is uncomplaining when faced by inescapable hardship.
The Urantia Book, (156:5.20)
Hearing God's Spirit
"When man hears God's spirit speak within the human heart, inherent in such an experience is the fact that God simultaneously hears that man's prayer."
Jesus, The Urantia Book, (146:2.4)
Inspire Men's Souls
Descriptive words of things beautiful cannot thrill like the sight thereof, neither can creedal words inspire men's souls like the experience of knowing the presence of God.
The Urantia Book, (195:9.8)
Identity With Reality
The finding of God, the consciousness of identity with reality, is the equivalent of the experiencing of self-completion—self- entirety, self- totality.
The Urantia Book (196:3.3).
God-consciousness is equivalent to the integration of the self with the universe, and on its highest levels of spiritual reality
The Urantia Book (196:3.35)
The God-knowing man describes his spiritual experiences, not to convince unbelievers, but for the edification and mutual satisfaction of believers.
The Urantia Book, (1:6.6)