Technically, "atheist" literally means "without" or "abscence of" (the Greek prefix a- or an-) and theos means (god) (or it can be theoi, gods). It doesn't necessarily indicate a complete lack of experience of or belief in supernatural or metaphysical things. It just means someone who does not perceive or recognise god/s, deities.
In fact, some forms of Buddhism are technically atheist (in the sense of the word given above, not in the modern sense of the "New Atheist" movement).
Originally Posted by Luciddd
At times my believe in God is in God, but not in a personal God but in a non-personal God like some time of energy or something, with intelligence but its not a person.
Would that make me an atheist at those times?
Well, if you really feel the need for a label, I'd say "pantheist" or "deist".