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The Holy Spirit is our higher self, that is to say the symbol for all that is luminous, powerful and divine in us

 
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The Holy Spirit is our higher self, that is to say the symbol for all that is luminous, powerful and divine in us
"On Pentecost Sunday, Christians commemorate the descent of the Holy Spirit on the apostles in the form of tongues of fire. In reality, the Holy Spirit’s descent is a symbolic event found, in one form or another, in all religions. Since the Holy Spirit is said to have come down to the apostles, you might think it is an entity outside of human beings. But actually, no, the Holy Spirit is our higher self, that is to say the symbol for all that is luminous, powerful and divine in us. When we say that people receive the Holy Spirit, it means that their own spirit, that is their higher self, takes possession of them.

The higher self is part of us, but it is unable to come down and manifest in people so long as they have not cleared the impurities obstructing its path. When the day comes where humans truly purify themselves and achieve true sanctification, the Holy Spirit, their higher self – powerful, luminous and radiant – will descend into them and perform wonders."
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Re: The Holy Spirit is our higher self, that is to say the symbol for all that is luminous, powerful and divine in us
"Matter is alive because it is animated by the spirit. If human beings are alive it is because their physical body is animated by the spirit. Human beings are therefore subjected to two influences: one from the spirit that stimulates them and the other from matter that paralyzes them and engulfs them. This is why they must always fight and if they are not vigilant, if they are not enlightened, they give in to inertia and become like a swamp, with its stagnating water full of bugs and producing miasma. People who allow matter to dominate, who do no spiritual work, run the risk of stagnating. The disciple, on the other hand, is someone who opens the doors to the spirit, giving it every opportunity to manifest, and so the spirit, which then becomes king, begins to bring everything into harmony and enlivens and enlightens everything."





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