What path should we follow to reach God?

What shall we do to find the Creator’s

image and likeness within ourselves?

Which is the right religion to follow?

Freud believed that
sexual drive was
the guiding force that
moved life forward. 
Schopenhauer used
to say that man was
driven by passion
and aspirations.
Jung believed that 
man searched for a 
balance between the
body and the physche,
or between the mind
and the spiritual content
Jung said that
believing in Gods
was nothing more
than projecting our
psychological imprints,
about which our ego
had no sort of
knowledge whatsoever.

Carmen Viana believes that people look for the approval of one or several superior 

beings and the force that drives this search is codified within our 

human genetic material 

In Search for the Divine

Since the dawn of intelligent life on Earth, man looks for the divine, for something greater than him, some kind of deity whose steps he can follow and, by doing that, to attain a divine state of being.
Along the years, this sublime state of being has been given several names.
Some people gave it a tangible and physical connotation and called it the Eden, or Paradise. Others called it Nirvana, while the muslims named it Al-Yanna, and the Nordic people, Valhalla – and so the abode of the Gods has received and still receives an infinite number of names, depending on the faith and on the people who follow it.
The more spiritualized people took it in a more subtle way – not as a physical place, but as a state of spirit called Samadhi – which is a state of feeling and understanding reality around us, where the illusion of matter is dissolved, and consciousness shares a perfect state of union with the big Divine Consciousness, where all anxieties and suffering disappear.