Holy Spirit

“[T]he Spirit of God that lives in you, which is what Holy Spirit means, likewise encompasses the love beyond attributes that God is.”   Choose Only Love bk.4, 1:III

We haven’t had a good handle on Who the Holy Spirit really is, and today we discover–the Spirit of God. Though part of the Trinity, the Holy Spirit is nothing really separate, even as the Son (and Daughter) are not actually separate from God–for God lives in all, the All, everything.

The Way of Mastery refers to “a” holy spirit that overshadowed Jesus in his time on earth. Yes, a holy spirit really did overshadow him. And that Spirit was the Spirit of truth (though we can see that truth in reality is really Love).

We have moved into the time of Christ now, the time in which all of us following God’s pathway do indeed embody Christ. Christ is not limited to one entity, Jesus. Jesus welcomes us all into his mantle.

Ask that our truth today be informed by the love that truth really contains. We need each other, and we need each other in love.

2 Replies to “Holy Spirit”

  1. We were made in the image of God, entering this world in God’s image of love (holy spirit) and truth (word). This is why we feel love when we look into the eyes of a newborn child, and why a child is incapable of lying until it is taught fear. But we soon began replacing love with fear and truth with lies, this holy spiritual power diminished within us, which according to scripture begins just past the age of 4. I believe Jesus was “overshadowed” between the ages of 18 and 30, over a period of 12 years, as the number 12 represents judgment (Matthew 19:28), a spiritual/internal judgment through which we too can be “overshadowed” via “the spirit of truth,” our “love of truth” activating the spiritual power of our heart, through which we do the spiritual works that restores this holy spiritual power to the pure state in which we received it at birth. Godspeed

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