A God-image will be acknowledged and widely accepted that in its creative manifestation shows that it comprises masculine and a feminine creative spiritual elements and forces. This creating divine is creator and a creatrix in one. These divine creative forces were since ancient times, felt as spirits and projected onto the surrounding world, and later depicted as gods and goddesses attributed with a myriad of abilities and properties.
The goal of these creative forces is the spiritualization of the individual. This spirit as intra-psychic force aims at the creation of human beings who are able to straddle the biological and spiritual aspect of their nature, and thus are spiritually and biologically based individuals.
These people are conscious-aware of their spiritual nature and experience the presence and spiritual activity within the unconscious part of their psyche (or soul) and know how it affects their lives. They know enough of their spirit, its will and ways, to be able to communicate with it and take it into account of their lives.
It will be the task of religious institutions to provide an understanding of the nature of the divine spirit, how it makes mature individuals by means of these masculine and feminine creative principles, and to help people to connect to the spiritual aspect of their being.
Religion will return to its original function and serve as an instrument/a given sacrament that will provide insight into and educate people about the nature of the spirit.
[[ In development: spirit to be lived, so that a degree of mutual assimilation can be realized-deed over creed-comparing Tzaddik views with those of the Baha’i faith