Consider: is our reality of the spirit, and how do you know this?

asked 14 Dec '10, 07:36

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edited 14 Dec '10, 09:27

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Yes i do. God IS spirit..not A spirit.

Were all spirit mostly, with the tip of the iceburg being physical.

God and us are one.

If Gods in a state of grace,so are we.

Whatever God is ,i am.

You cant see the join.



answered 14 Dec '10, 10:54

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Monty Riviera

I agree with everything you said in your first sentence! Thank you for your answer.

(23 Dec '10, 02:28) Inactive User ♦♦

I apologize for the late response to all of you, but I was injured, and I am now feeling a little better!

(23 Dec '10, 02:34) Inactive User ♦♦

Hope your fit again Vee.Have a good holiday season.

(23 Dec '10, 09:54) Monty Riviera
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Spirit is the essence of our being - it is who we are at the core. It always has been and always will be , it is our connection to the Divine. And since the whole is the same as the sum of it's parts then it follows that if Source or God is in a state of Grace, then we too at the core of our being must be in that same state of Grace.


answered 14 Dec '10, 12:32

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I really like your answer, and it sits well with me! Thank you.

(23 Dec '10, 02:25) Inactive User ♦♦

Thanks - you're very welcome Vee :)

(23 Dec '10, 13:15) Michaela

god is the biggest light and we are all smaller light that as the same potential trying to achive the same level as god. and this is with out the body as light pure counscience awareness. as for the grace it is the golden light of god that go every where and connect everything by what every awareness communicate. so that you believe me or not does not matter. experiance and enjoy.


answered 17 Jul '11, 03:22

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white tiger

edited 03 Aug '11, 01:23

Yes when we can experience something for ourselves it becomes our personal experience, and enjoyment, thank you.

(23 Jul '11, 05:51) Inactive User ♦♦

I like Graham and Michaela's answers :-) Synchronistically, spirit wanted three independent sources providing answers, here's mine:

Let's probe it another way. If you are not Spirit, then what are you?

Scientifically we know that physical matter does not really exist. All kinds of people throughout history have said and are still saying that the reality we see is merely illusion. And although our experience of the illusion is real, that illusional reality is, obviously, not really real per se.

So we're left with an illusional reality, which includes our body, our mind and (if you believe it) our soul. Everything we can possibly imagine, experience, or believe in, is not real, so what is left? What is it that occupies our body, mind and soul, animates them and experiences the illusional reality through them?

We can call it Spirit, Creator, Source or whatever other name we make up, but the moment we label it as that, as an absolute; it's no longer that and it never will be that.

Some people call it Love. Feel It...


answered 14 Dec '10, 12:40

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It is absolutely amazing how we can each interpret the essence /spirit very differently. I enjoy reading your response. Thank you.

(23 Dec '10, 02:21) Inactive User ♦♦

Spirit is the non physical. The law of attraction also applies in the spiritual world. Similar thoughts attract. The difference is that manifestation is realized instantly. Spirit is neither good or bad so I would not define it as a state of grace. It just is.


answered 14 Dec '10, 20:46

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You have made a great point, and something to think about! Thank you.

(23 Dec '10, 02:14) Inactive User ♦♦

It must be of the spirit becasue humans eventually die. Something physically leaves the body and it just lays there. There must be some backing to our reality which we can not see, which is spirit to me.

there are so many quantum physics experiments that have also proven an "ether" exists, that there is a universal consciousness and that there is an intelligent design to the human body that is unexplained or actually some think it was aliens that designed us. To me, I think more points to a good that dwells in us and that is spirit. However, I think it is important to realize we do have free will in the physical world in addition to being of the spirit.


answered 14 Dec '10, 22:21

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We do have free will, since the spirit is a free spirit that lives in us!

(23 Dec '10, 02:08) Inactive User ♦♦

if forever without any interruption, not likely,
we are creatures of cycles, rarely staying at one lonely vibration,
it is part of how we learn universality


answered 15 Dec '10, 00:52

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I guess that is another way of looking at it! Thank you.

(23 Dec '10, 02:11) Inactive User ♦♦

the reality of the spirit is to be conscious of it... forever means nothing to spirit, this term implies time and space...spirit is.


answered 03 Aug '11, 06:56

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blubird two

How do you know forever means nothing to spirit, and are we not all spiritual being in a physical body?

(12 Aug '11, 06:34) Inactive User ♦♦

Depending on which spirit your referring to and for how long an individual tries to gracefully hold on to that spirit. One cannot contain the spirit of happiness or the spirit of sadness forever. If your referring to spirit as a whole then yes, we are gracefully spirited our entire life.


answered 29 Jan '12, 12:21

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