I received the following naïve question from a follower of Infinitiaty, Nannook, from Kardiäck, Alaska, USA:
I am ready to accept the Gods into my heart, but I fear that with an infinite number of Gods there won’t be adequate room for them all in my heart.
Nannook, your question is living proof that God One is sometimes excessively stingy when handing out brains.
The Gods do not occupy any space, nor do they have mass. There is nothing in our material world to which we can compare Them. The closest analogy is that Gods are like pure energy.
Because they dimensionless and weightless, you could fit any number of Gods in the smallest space imaginable. However, I wouldn’t recommend doing so because a lot of them don’t get along with each other. Believe me, you don’t want to be in the same universe where Gods are fighting ferociously in an unimaginably small space.
All of that is beside the point. Why would you want to take the Gods into your heart in the first place? The heart is just a pump.
Brains Beat Hearts
The essence of humanity is our intelligence. The organ that you should accept the Gods into is, therefore, your brain.
Having all of the Gods in your brain and, as a result, in all of your thoughts has the advantage of not leaving any opportunity to think about anything other than Infinitiaty and the Gods. This is a good thing because independent thought can lead to headaches. Although, considering the capacity of your brain as indicated by your question, I don’t imagine that independent thinking has occupied much of your time so far.
That having been said, the Gods are always looking for a nice place to stay. So, if you want to take them into your heart, they are perfectly happy to oblige and take up residence there.
One word of caution: Although they don’t have size or mass, for some unknown reason, the Gods tend to initiate clots if they get into your bloodstream. Consequently, it’s a good idea to take daily low-dose anticoagulants, such as baby aspirin, if you accept any of the Gods into your heart.